Spike Wilner, Count Basie, Clark Terry and more

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The world of jazz is in survival mode. The shift from live shows to livestream is now how the art form is coping. This week we open with club owner Spike Wilner and a cut off a new Live at Smalls CD. The rest of the episode focuses on artists with new material and how they are dealing with this new world, Brian Landrus, Brian Andres, David K. Matthews and Mike Casey. Enjoy the show and keep on supporting the arts.


  • Spike Wilner "Rightey O" A Set of Originals from The Smalls Live All Stars (Smalls) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:17
  • Count Basie "Dark Rapture" Exposure (Stunt) 7:56
  • Yulia Musayelyan "Numbers" Unsaid (Outside in Music) 10:34
  • Host talks 14:14
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis "Conglomerate" The Fifties: A Prism (Blue Engine Records) 16:18
  • Brian Landrus "Her Smile" For Now (CD Baby) 21:10
  • Host talks 26:15
  • Lars Gullin with Alan Dawson "Bugs" Danny's Dream Volume 8 -1953-55 (WM Sweden) 27:10
  • Brian Andres Trio "Got a Match" Mayan Suite (Bacalao Records) 30:18
  • Host talks 34:42
  • Stanley Cowell "Intermezzo" Reminiscent (US Records) 35:43
  • David K Matthews "One Mint Julep" The Fantasy Vocal Sessions Volume 2 (Effendri Records 39:51
  • Host talks 44:48
  • Clark Terry Quintet "Boomerang" Serenade to a Bus Seat (Doxy) 46:05
  • Host talks 51:59
  • Mike Casey "Best Part (Daniel Caesar / H.E.R.)" Single (Daniel Casey) 52:38

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