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Tony Tixier, David Larsen, Charlie Mariano, Miles Donahue and more!

Read "Tony Tixier, David Larsen, Charlie Mariano, Miles Donahue and more!" reviewed by Joe Dimino


We begin the 709th Episode of Neon Jazz with the talented Paris-based Tony Tixier with new material off his latest 2020 album I am Human. He has a history with many Kansas City musicians and is a great fit to begin a new episode featuring music from brilliant young cats. We also profile new music from Dan Blake, Miles Donahue, Chris Pattishall, David Larsen and Larry Newcomb. Finally, we keep everything tied together with music from the masters including Mary ...

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Album Review

Tony Tixier: Life Of Sensitive Creatures

Read "Life Of Sensitive Creatures" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Following two semi-pastoral Tony Tixier originals, “I Remember The Time Of Plenty" and “Denial Of Love," the listener is treated to a commendably loose interpretation of Louis Armstrong's timeless “Tight Like This," which apparently Tixier's grandmother enjoyed singing. Whilst it retains some of the hooks of the 1920's tune, it is transformed into something completely different. The album follows a similar pattern to the above tracks, variously populated by dulcet or forceful numbers. “Illusion" manages to combine both of these ...


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