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Fred Hersch & Simon Moullier

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Neon Jazz has always been swayed by the vibes and we start the 725th Episode of the show with Simon Moullier and his trio with a track from his latest release. We also look into some emerging artists in jazz who are making 2021 a memorable year. From Sarah Wilson, Vince Mendoza, Chris Standring and Dave Flippo. We sadly say goodbye and thanks to the mighty Pat Martino. Enjoy the jazz, my friends.

Playlist

  • Simon Moullier Trio "Beijo Partido" Countdown (Fresh Sound New Talent) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:32
  • Mark Turner "Lost Ocean" The Music of Mercedes Rossy (Fresh Sound Records) 5:24
  • Sarah Wilson "Quiet Rust" Kaleidoscope (Brass Tonic) 11:28
  • Host talks 14:52
  • David Larsen "Into the Light" Deviate from Standards (DL Music) 16:17
  • Ari Erev "Playground" Close to Home (Self Produced) 21:16
  • Host talks 27:07
  • Fred Hersch "Wichita Lineman" Songs from Home (Palmetto Records) 27:57
  • Vince Mendoza "Justice and Blues" Freedom Over Everything (Modern Recordings) 33:35
  • Host talks 38:01
  • Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra "You and I Know" Classics (Columbia) 39:08
  • Chris Standring "Maxine" Wonderful World (Ultimate Vibe) 41:43
  • Host talks 45:16
  • Eddie Cole "Alababiip" Best Of (New Wind Recordings) 46:09
  • Dave Flippo "Spring Joy" Dedications -Jazz from Planet Flippo (Oppilf Records) 48:47
  • Host talks 53:06
  • Pat Martino "The Visit" Givin' Away the Store -Volume 3 (Jazz Heritage Society) 54:26

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