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Chris Dingman, Bobby Hutcherson, Frank Sinatra and More

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Right out of Kansas City, Neon Jazz presents episode 643 to calm the anxiety of the world. This show features Ray Mantilla and Onaje Allen Gumbs among others. Enjoy the jazz.

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  • JChris Dingman "Goddess" Embrace (Inner Arts Initiative) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:17
  • Bobby Hutcherson "Like Sonny'" Wise One (Kind of Blue Records) 7:08
  • Onaje Allan Gumbs "Betcha By Golly Wow" Just Like Yesterday (Fantasy Records) 12:48
  • Host talks 16:54
  • Hayes Greenfield "Because of You "Because of You (Dots & Lines) 17:33
  • Daniel Loomis "Appeal to a Higher Power" Jobs Trials (Loominous Records) 22:04
  • Host talks 23:10
  • Miles Davis "Jeru" Essential (Columbia) 24:11
  • Ray Mantilla "Alexandra" Head Games (Ermitage Records) 27:19
  • Host talks 32:21
  • Day Dream "Bossa 21" Originals (Pact Records) 33:01
  • Albara "Wave" Plays Jobim (AlFi Records) 38:15
  • Host talks 43:27
  • Frank Sinatra "Put Your Dreams Away" Put Your Dreams Away (Columbia) 44:22
  • Aruán Ortiz "Part I" Inside Rhythmic Falls (Intakt Records) 47:29
  • Host talks 50:06
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra "The Y's Guy"Rock Chalk Suite (Blue Engine Records) 51:09

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