Charles Lloyd, Coleman Hawkins and Brandi Disterheft

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From a brilliant crop of young bassists on the New York City scene, we begin the 703rd Episode of Neon Jazz with "My Foolish Heart" from Brandi Disterheft's Surfboard. We also hear from her mentor Ron Carter and a crop of the old guard and young lions. The great Charles Lloyd, Coleman Hawkins and Bennie Maupin represent a lot of history. The group of Joe Bowden, Chris Rottmayer and Chien Chien Lu represent the youth. Enjoy the jazz my friends.


  • Brandi Disterheft "My Foolish Heart" Surfboard (Justin Time Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 7:10
  • Ron Carter "Cominado Reprise" Foursight -Stockholm Volume 1 (IN+OUT Records) 10:40
  • Joe Bowden "Jazz Day" Roots: Tales of the Urban Yoda (Independent) 12:42
  • Host talks 16:44
  • Charles Lloyd & The Marvels "Peace" Tone Poem (Blue Note) 17:52
  • Richard Howell "Try Not Yo Dance" Moon Over Tiburon (Indie) 21:01
  • Host talks 26:12
  • Coleman Hawkins All American Four "Make Believe" Just One of Those Things (Jazz Classics) 27:18
  • Grifin HIltz Trio "Ladies from the Eighties" Arcade (GH Records) 31:57
  • Host talks 38:32
  • Slide Attack "Struttin'" Road Trip (Strut Slide) 39:38
  • Chris Rottmayer "Nostalgia in Times Square" Sunday at Pilars (Chris Rottmayer) 44:56
  • Host talks 49:51
  • The Bennie Maupin Quartet "Inside the Shadows" Early Reflections (Cryptogramophone) 50:34
  • Host talks 52:39
  • Chien Chien Lu "We Live in Brooklyn Baby" The Path (Chien Chien Lu) 53:44

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