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Count Basie & Kenny Drew

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Simply becuase we love that large and needed big band sound, we begin episode 612 of Neon Jazz with Dan Bonsanti leading his group of masterful musicians with their take on the jazz. From there, we zig zag around the jazz universe to show listeners where we have been and how far we are going wtih the art form. From the new cats like Lafayette Gilchrist to the sounds of Kenny Drew. We strive to give you the audio thoughts from the musicians to the music that makes up this jazz universe we dig the most.

Playlist

  • Dan Bonsanti & The 14 Jazz Orchestra "Blue Miles" The Future Ain't What It Used to Be (Dabon Music, LLC) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:00
  • Danny Gottlieb "Nairobi Trio " Jazz Classics (Import) 7:52
  • Lafayette Gilchrist "And You Know This" Dark Matter (Creative Differences) 12:40
  • Host talks 16:40
  • Count Basie "Scooter"Count Basie KC (Fantasy Records) 17:48
  • Michael Felberbaum "Italian Waltz" Michael Felberbaum 3Elements (Fresh Sounds) 22:31
  • Host talks 26:08
  • Carmell Jones "Business Meetin'" Mosaic Select Carmell Jones [Disc 2] (Cool Sounds) 26:51/li>
  • Michel Camilo "Yes" Essence (Resilience Music) 31:45/li>
  • Host talks 36:06
  • Pillars of West Coast Jazz "Travisimio" Legacy Lives On (Mack Avenue Records) 37:00
  • Stefano Travaglini and Massimiliano Colclite "Ethos" Two Pianos: The Long Line (Odradek Records) 41:01
  • Host talks 43:47
  • The Marsalis Family "Sultry Serenade" A Jazz Celebration (Marsalis Music) 44:47
  • Kenny Drew "Suddenly It's Spring" Recollections (Timeless Records) 49:43
  • Host talks 53:18
  • Ray Obiedo "Sharp Aztec" Carousel (Rhythmus Records) 54:14

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