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Curtis Taylor, Logan Richardson, Steve Cardenas & Brian Scarborough


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From the chops of Kansas City trombonist Brian Scarborough, we open the 847th Episode of Neon Jazz with a tune full of KC in Central Standard Time. We onto Logan Richardson, who also has KC roots, with music from his 2024 release, Secret Garden. We also feature a host of new tunes from the likes of Dan Pugach, Alliance, Daggerboard and Ron Reider. We bring the hour to a close with music from Curtis Taylor's Taylor Made. Dig this hour of jazz, my friends.


  • Brian Scarborough "Central Standard Time" We Need The Wind (Outside in Music) 0:00
  • Host talks 6:15
  • Logan Richardson "Moonlight" Sacred Garden (WAX Industry) 8:29
  • Ben Allison, Steve Cardenas And Ted Nash "Tell The Birds I Said Hello" Tell The Birds I Said Hello (Sonic Camera Records) 13:46
  • Host talks 20:04
  • Dan Pugach "Bella the Bear" Bianca (Outside in Music) 20:56
  • Alliance "Wingspan" Alliance (Shifting Paradigm Records) 26:59
  • Host talks 30:34
  • Daggerboard "Concrete Din" Plays Jazz for Dancing (Jazz City Series) 21:10
  • Chris Rottmayer "On the Street Where Woody Lives" Being (Shifting Paradigm Records) 35:45
  • Host talks 42:18
  • Ron Rieder "Capitol Mayhem" Latin Jazz Sessions (Ron Rieder) 43:29
  • Vincent Hsu and The Supreme Jazz Orchestra "River is Wide" Music for the River Suite The Spirit of Lover and Mississippi River (Trrcollective) 48:21
  • Host talks 52:25
  • Curtis Taylor "Heightened Awareness" Taylor Made (Taylor Records) 53:38

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