Jonathan Kreisberg, Clifford Jordan, John Clayton and More

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This week we open with a live recording from Jonathan Kreisberg off Capturing Spirits and then we honor the spirit of Kobe Bryant with music by John Williams and celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs on their Super Bowl run for ending their 50-year drought and making it to Super Bowl LIV by playing a 1960's jazz tune from the Kansas City Chiefs band. We profile Yvonnick Prene and Andy Bianco. Enjoy the Super Bowl and the jazz, kids.


  • Jonathan Kreisberg "Known You Before" Capturing Spirits (New for Now Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 7:27
  • John Williams "Dear Basketball" Kobe Bryant Tribute Soundtrack (KB) 10:16
  • Will Boyd "Marching to the Freedom" Freedom Soul Jazz (Will Boyd) 14:41
  • Host talks 19:47
  • Clifford Jordan "Glass Bead Games" Glass Bead Games (Pure Pleasure) 20:44
  • Yvonnick Prene " New Yorker" New York Moments (Steeplechase) 22:25
  • Host talks 31:48
  • Toots Thielemans "Images" Images (Candid Productions) 33:24
  • Vine Street Rumble "Swingmatism" KC (VSR Records) 38:22
  • Host talks 40:52
  • John Clayton "Pebbles in the Pocket" Can You Imagine (JC Records) 41:49
  • Andy Bianco "Tsk" NYC Stories (NextLevel) 47:06
  • Host talks 50:50
  • Kansas City Chiefs Band "Kansas City Chiefs Zing March with Singers" Chiefs Jazz (Winus) 54:07

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