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Steve Cardenas, Cory Weeds, Zoot Sims and More

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Neon Jazz continues to focus on the new music coming out during this global pandemic. This week we focus on a Kansas City-native, New York City jazz guitarist Steve Cardenas, who has just released a great new album. We also feature songs from Duchess, Florian Arbenz, Cory Weeds, Steve Slagle and Ambrose Akinmusire. Enjoy the jazz, my friends.

Playlist

  • Steve Cardenas "Lost and Found" Blue Has a Range (Cardenas) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:41
  • Florian Arbenz "Ambar" Convergence (Florian Arbenz Hammer Recordings) 9:34
  • Duchess "A Little Jive is Good for You" Live at the Jazz Standard (Anzic Records, LLC) 14:37
  • Host talks 18:22
  • Edmond Hall and His Cafe Society Orchestra "Face" The Best (Classics) 19:41
  • Noah Preminger "Mad Town" Genuinity (Criss Cross) 22:47
  • Host talks 28:18
  • Ornette Coleman "Giggin'" Giggin' (Move) 29:02
  • Cory Weeds "It Could Happen to You" Day by Day (Cellar Live) 32:34
  • Host talks 37:35
  • Steve Slagle Trio "Alive" Alive in Harlem (Panorama Records) 38:46
  • John Bailey "Pebbles in the Pocket" Can You Imagine (Freedom Road Records) 42:56
  • Host talks 48:02
  • Ella Fitzgerald and The Chick Webb Orchestra "Holiday in Harlem" Sing Me a Swing Song (Blaricum CD Company (B.C.D.) 49:36
  • Zoot Sims "Someone to Watch Over Me" Putumayo World Music (Putumayo) 52:12
  • Host talks 54:45
  • Ambrose Akinmusire "Roy"On the Tender Spot of Every Calloused Moment (Blue Note) 55:12

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