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Dr. Billy Taylor, Art Ensemble of Chicago and More

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We begin the 593rd Episode of Neon Jazz with singer Stacey Kent. From there, we take a listen to the cool of Art Blakey, Billy Taylor and Mark E. Walker. Over the course of the show we profile the mighty Dayramir Gonzalez, Chris Jentsch and listen to a new cat on the NYC scene known as Fumi Tomita. We finish things off with style with Frank Kimbrough doing his take on Mr. Thelonius Sphere Monk.

Playlist

  • Stacey Kent "Double Rainbow" I Know I Dream (Sony Masterworks) 00:00
  • Host talks 4:53
  • Art Blakey "Theme" Live at Slugs NYC (One Media Publishing) 7:08
  • Mark E. Walker "Timba Blues" You Get What You Give(Fliposphere Music) 13:03
  • Host talks 16:20
  • Dr. Billy Taylor "Where You've Been"1981 (Concord Jazz) 17:16
  • Dayramir Gonzalez "West Coast Exchange" The Grand Concourse (Machat) 22:52
  • Host talks 28:26
  • Chucho Valdes Y Ikarare "The Real Cuban Music Latin Jazz Club Remasterizado" San Francisco (Mack Avenue Records) 30:07
  • Jentsch Group No Net "Meeting at Surrat's" Topics in American History (Jentsch Music) 34:15
  • Host talks 40:20
  • Art Ensemble Of Chicago "Get in Line" A Jackson in Your House (Affinity) 41:33
  • Fumi Tomita "Wind-Up Bird nd Tuesday's Women" The Elephant Vanishes (OA2 Records) 46:59
  • Host talks 52:25
  • Frank Kimbrough "Two Timer"Monk's Dreams (Sunnyside) 53:27

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