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Diana Krall & Marty Elkins

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The 707th Episode of Neon Jazz is heavy on vocalists and starts with New York singer Marty Elkins and bassist Mike Richmond with a cut from their latest album 'Tis Autumn. We also hear the vocals of Staci Griesbach, Diana Krall and Vanessa Tagliabue Yorke. From there, we dig into new music from Mariel Bildsten, Julian Lage and Doug MacDonald. Another solid hour of jazz. Enjoy.

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  • Marty Elkins and Mike Richmond "All Or Nothing At All" 'Tis Autumn (Jazzheads) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:14
  • Doc Severinsen "Moon Over Miani" Doc and Friends (Remastered Records) 7:04
  • Doug MacDonald Duo "Flamingo" Toluca Lake Jazz (Doug Records) 9:22
  • Host talks 13:23
  • Buck Hill "Scope" Scope (Steeplechase) 14:31
  • Staci Griesbach "Sweet Dreams" My Patsy Cline Songbook (SG Records) 20:25
  • Host talks 23:38
  • Diana Krall "Almost Like Being in Love" This Dream of You (Blue Note) 24:33
  • Billy Lester "Jamba Swing" Unabridged (CD Baby) 27:51
  • Host talks 33:10
  • Ben Selvin and His Orchetra "I Wonder Where My Baby is Tonight" Roaring 20s (Vintage) 34:01
  • Vanessa Tagliabue Yorke "La Luna Non" Contradanza (Abeat) 37:00
  • Host talks 39:39
  • Duke Ellington "S'Mada" Masterpieces by Ellington (Columbia) 40:06
  • Mariel Bildsten Quintet "The Lamp is Low" Backbone (Outside In Music) 42:46
  • Host talks 46:33
  • Sonny Rollins "Lust for Life" Sonny Plays Sonny (Classics) 47:09
  • Julian Lage "Twilight Surfer" Squint (Blue Note) 51:15
  • Host talks 53:14
  • Sam Donahue and His Orchestra "Coffee and Cakes" The Classics (RCA) 53:51

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