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Frank Wess, Eliane Elias & Victor Gould


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We begin the 730th Episode of Neon Jazz with pianist & composer Victor Gould with a song off his latest release In Our Time. We also travel down a familiar road with new music from Marc Johnson, Senri Oe, Gemma Sherry and Johnathan Blake. We also shine a spotlight on the debut release from Kansas City trumpeter Chalis O'Neal. Special shout out to my son Miles Dimino, who is a huge jazz fan, on his 17th Birthday recorded on his big day. Dig the jazz, my friends.


  • Victor Gould "Blue Lotus" In Our Time (Blue Room Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:24
  • Oscar Peterson Duo "Nameless" Debut: The Clef/Mercury Duo Recordings 1949-50 (Mercury) 7:10
  • Marc Johnson "Life of Pai" Overpass (ECM) 9:57
  • Host talks 14:08
  • Eliane Elias "October" Kissed by Nature (Bluebird Records) 15:02
  • Senri Oe "The Kindness of Strangers" Love Letter to NY (Sony) 20:39
  • Host talks 24:01
  • Chalis O'Neal "Return of the King" Flirting (Chalis Records) 24:42
  • Pat Coil "Letter to Evan" How Deep is the Ocean (Burton Avenue Music) 29:58
  • Host talks 34:21
  • Stan Kenton & His Orchestra "Dynaflow" By Request -Vol. 3 (Columbia) 34:58
  • Altin Sencalar "Chance" Reconnected (Outside in Music) 38:02
  • Host talks 41:17
  • Frank Wess "Apron Strings" Tenor Sax & Flute Essentials (Vintage Masters) 42:12
  • Gemma Sherry "Bim Bom" Music to Dream To (Tunley Records) 46:02
  • Host talks 48:42
  • Blossom Dearie "I'm Hip" Blossom Time at Ronnie Scott's (Verve Records) 49:07
  • Host talks 51:35
  • Johnathan Blake "Shakin the Biscuits" Homeward Bound (Blue Note) 52:33

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