Benny Goodman & Paul Chambers

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After a long break from the world of jazz, California-based Pianist & Composer Dave Bass is back with a new album that is charting very well called No Boundaries. That begins yet another look into jazz with Episode 616 and digging further into the modern and old worlds of jazz. On our journey to discover the new music out there, we profile Avishai Cohen, Doug Carn, Brandon Robertson and Ryan Keberle. And in between, we dip into the older worlds of John Coltrane, Benny Carter and Les Brown.


  • Dave Bass "Swing Theory" No Boundaries (Whaling City Sound) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:30
  • John Coltrane "Softly As In A Morning Sunrise" Live at the Village Vanguard (Jazz Wax Records) 8:07
  • Avishai Cohen "New York 90's" Arvoles(Sunnyside) 14:32
  • Host talks 17:23
  • Erroll Garner "Dreamstreet"Dreamstreet (Mack Avenue) 18:26
  • Doug Carn "Free For All" Free For All (Doodlin' Records) 21:46
  • Host talks 26:39
  • Benny Goodman "By Myself'" Yale Archives (Limitless Int. Recordings) 27:44/li>
  • Brandon Robertson "The Next Thing to Come" BOATS Based on a True Story (The Sound) 31:42li>
  • Host talks 37:29
  • Paul Chambers "Reflection" We Three (Prestige Records) 38:45
  • Craig Bailey "What Would I Do Without You" A New Journey (Candid Productions) 42:53
  • Host talks 47:16
  • Benny Carter and His Orchestra "Back Bay Boogie " New York Jazz (Red Cab Records) 47:47
  • Les Brown "September Song" The Uproar (Get It Records) 50:30
  • Host talks 52:37
  • Ryan Keberle and Catharsis "Despite the Dream" The Hope I Hold (Greenleaf Music) 53:16

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