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Bobby Broom, Adi Meyerson & More

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The great New York-born, Chicago-based jazz guitarist Bobby Broom starts this week's episode of Neon Jazz with a tasty cut off his new CD Soul Fingers. As the hour moves forward, we focus on a musician that has played a great influence on Bobby, Walter Bishop, Jr., and music from modern bassist Alexander Claffy 2.

There is plenty more as this hour moves forward. We take a look into the world of Adi Meyerson on the bass and hear a great story about a live show by McCoy Tyner that she attended. We also look into the music of Martin Nevin, the great Richie Cole and Italian Violinist Anais Drago & the Jellyfish' take on the music of Frank Zappa, before closing with the New Orleans Jazz Vipers.

Playlist

  • Bobby Broom "The Guitar Man" Soul Fingers (Clean Sweep Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:14
  • Bobby Broom Deep Organ Trio "This I Dig of You" Folk Music (Origin Records) 9:33
  • Walter Bishop, Jr. "It's Only a Paper Moon" Out of the Blue(Filton Records) 15:04
  • Host talks 20:27
  • Alexander Claffy 2 "Is That So" Standards: What are you Doing with the Rest of Your Life (SMK Records) 21:36
  • Adi Meyerson "Rice and Beans" Where We Stand (A:M Records) 26:08
  • Host talks 31:22
  • McCoy Tyner "Rio" Essential McCoy Tyner (Live) (One Media) 32:47
  • Martin Nevin "A Hundred Years of Talk" Tenderness is Silent (Martin Nevin) 37:11
  • Host talks 40:28
  • Albert "Tootie" Heath with Red Garland "Hey Now" Groovy (Prestige) 41:49
  • Richie Cole "Toy" Cannonball (Mark Perna Music)—45:40
  • Host talks 00:00
  • Anais Drago & the Jellyfish "Provence's Bar'" Anais Drago & the Jellyfish (Another Music Records) 49:29
  • Host talks 53:30
  • New Orleans Jazz Vipers "Pagin' the Devil" Live and Viperizin (Independent)—54:33

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