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Charles Mingus said jazz was a word invented to separate musicians from their money. Music for a Free World brings us together, drawing listeners to the healing power of smooth free jazz. Each week, surprise guests bring their own sides to spin and their instruments of choice to spontaneously jam.
October 10, 2020: Jamal Moore, Baltimore saxophone player and Coppin State professor’s bracing avant-garde music pushes emotional and technical boundaries.
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|Artist||Track||Album||Label||Comments||Approx. start time|
|Mojuba Duo||Hardship||Hardship, The Land, And The Shining Sun||Topology||Hardship|
|Konjur Collective Trio||Wade in the Water||Blood In My Eye (a soul insurgent guide)||will be out soon||0:21:52 (Pop‑up)|
|Cher Jey Spririt Investigators||Blacks in Blacker Face||Sekhmet Rising||Bandcamp||Cher Jay||0:26:30 (Pop‑up)|
|Jamal Moore Organix Trio||Insurected 2015||Psalms of Baltimore||Sa Ankh Djed||0:51:26 (Pop‑up)|
|Pharoah Sanders||Morning Prayer||Thembi||Impulse!||0:57:25 (Pop‑up)|
|Pharoah Sanders||Bailophone Dance||Thembi||Impulse!||1:06:12 (Pop‑up)|
|Alice Coltrane||Isis and Osiris - part II||Journey In Satchidananda||1:11:50 (Pop‑up)|
|Jamal Moore Organix Trio||Souls of Transition||Psalms of Baltimore||Sa Ankh Djed||1:23:27 (Pop‑up)|
|Jamal Moore Organix Trio||To Be a Black Male in America||Ancestral Communion||Sa Ank Djed||1:51:21 (Pop‑up)|
|Jamal Moore an Dave Sewelson||What Ever and Ever||Live on WFMU||GTDR Records and Tapes||2:01:36 (Pop‑up)|
|Jamal Moore Organix Trio||And When They Spoke||Ancestral Communion||Sa Ankh Djed||2:23:05 (Pop‑up)|
|Jamal Moore||Frequency Movement 1||Frequency||Sa Ankh Djed||2:43:54 (Pop‑up)|