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Arturo Sandoval & Max Haymer

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From a new live album recorded in Los Angeles, we start the 708th Episode of Neon Jazz with Max Haymer. We also delve into new material from musicians making 2021 vibrant from the likes of David Detweiler, Dave Shelton, Hailey Brinnel and Tobias Meinhart. In between, we listen to tracks from a variety of mentors to these players like Arturo Sandoval and Clark Terry. Enjoy the jazz, my friends.

Playlist

  • Max Haymer "Proof of Evil " Whirlwind -Live at Sam First (Emerald City Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:48
  • Arturo Sandoval "Englishman in New York" Americana (N-Coded Music) 8:31
  • David Detweiler "Singularity" The Astoria Suite (Outside in Music) 12:17
  • Host talks 17:43
  • Lars Gullin "Danny's Dream" Volume 1 with Chet Baker 1955-56 (Dragon) 18:34
  • Dave Shelton Trio "On the Street Where You" Drift (Dave Shelton) 22:46
  • Host talks 28:17
  • Rufus Reid "The Crying Blues" Out Front (Motéma Music) 28:19
  • Hailey Brinnel "Easy to Love" I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles (Outside In Music) 33:55
  • Host talks 36:50
  • Branford Marsalis Quartet Featuring Terrance Blanchard "Say Hey" Music from Mo Better Blues (CBS) 38:08
  • Tobias Meinhart "Neowise" The Painter (Sunnyside Records) 41:16
  • Host talks 46:39
  • Clark Terry "Trust in Me" The Jazz Collection (Columbia) 47:27
  • Host talks 51:27
  • Yaniv Taubenhouse "Roads" Roads (Fresh Sound Records) 52:27

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