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Buddy Rich, Donald Byrd & Eli Degibri

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We start the 753rd Episode of Neon Jazz with Israeli jazz saxophonist Eli Degibri and his tribute to his parents with Henri and Rachel. We also profile Grace Fox a young big band leader from New York and hear new music from Japanese pianist Satoko Fujii. We also hear music from storied Philadelphia bassist Mike Boone and sprinkle in some classics from Moe Koffman, The Harmlem Hamfats and The Jazz Epistles. Finally, we top it off with the Chicago bassist Tim Seisser with material off his new album. Dig this new hour of jazz, my friends.


  • Eli Degibri "Henri and Rachel" Henri and Rachel (Eli Degibri) 00:00
  • Host talks 4:57
  • Donald Byrd "It's A Beautiful Evening" NYC '61 Warwick Sessions (Blue Note) 7:05
  • Grace Fox Big Band "I Just Found Out About Love" Eleven o Seven (Grace Fox) 12:29
  • Host talks 14:54
  • Moe Koffman "Growing Up" Tales of Koffman (Stardust Records) 16:03
  • Satoko Fujii and Joe Fonda "Winter Sunshine" Thread of Light (Satoko Fujii) 19:30
  • Host talks 21:41
  • Hudson And De Lange Orchestra "Back in Your Arms" 1937 (Restless Records) 22:44
  • Andrew Boudreau "The Waters Cold" Neon (Fresh Sound Records) 25:40
  • Host talks 29:46
  • The Jazz Epistles "Looking Forward" Tempo (Audio Fidelity) 30:48
  • Quentin Bryan Angus "Enigma" The State of Things (Quentin Angus) 34:30
  • Host talks 39:56
  • The Harlem Hamfats "Oh Red" Yeseryear (The Classic) 41:06
  • Mike Boone Quintet "Blue as a Whistle" Asynchronization (Mike Boone) 43:38
  • Host talks 49:00
  • Lionel Hampton And Buddy Rich "I'll Never Be the Same" Total Swing Vol. 1 (The Moment) 49:47
  • Host talks 52:45
  • Tim Seisser Trio "The Hang" I'm Just OK (Tim Seisser) 53:40

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