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Chris Potter, Lee Konitz, Ben Patterson and Stephen Phillip Harvey

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We begin the 855th Episode of Neon Jazz with composer Stephen Phillip Harvey and the title track from his live album Elemental. From there, we feature new music from Win Pongsakorn, Meg Okra, Ben Patterson and Andrea Wolper. We also hear from the late Ron Miles and music from a decade-old live concert in Colorado. We say goodbye to a Kansas City vocal legend in Queen Bey and close it out with power and prestige from the late great Freddie Hubbard. Dig the jazz, my friends.

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  • Stephen Philip Harvey Octet "Elemental" Elemental (Live) (Hidden Cinema Records) 0:00
  • Host talks 5:50
  • Chris Potter "Morning Bell" Underground (Sunnyside) 7:07
  • Queen Bey "Live" American Jazz Walk of Fame at The Gem -Tribute to Queen Bey (KC Jazz) 12:33
  • Host talks 17:04
  • Win Pongsakorn "You're Getting To Be A Habit with Me" Time Has Changed (Cellar Live) 17:41
  • Meg Okura & Kevin Hays "Again n' Again" Lingering (Adhyaropa Records) 23:18
  • Host talks 26:49
  • Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh "There Will Never Be Another You" Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh (Rhino Atlantic) 27:38
  • Ron Miles Bill Frisell Brian Blade "I Will Be Free" Old Main Chapel (Blue Note Records) 32:26
  • Host talks 38:49
  • Ben Patterson Jazz Orchestra "Cheese Hat" Groove Junkies (Origin Records) 39:29
  • Andrea Wolper "Dog Day Afternoon" Wanderlust (Moonflower Music) 44:47
  • Host talks 49:51
  • Freddie Hubbard "Prophet Jennings" Hub-Tones (Blue Note) 51:03

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