Freddie Hubbard & Alexander McCabe

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From a mainstay on the New York jazz scene, we begin the 702nd Episode of Neon Jazz with Alexander McCabe and a song off his 2020 album I'd Prefer. We spend the rest of this episode on music from Sean Nimmons, Audrey Foxx, Jeff Ellwood and Chance Hayden. Our final song on this hour of jazz comes from Kansas City Trumpeter E.E. Pointer off his release Quarantine Dreams. Enjoy the jazz.


  • Alexander McCabe "New York City" I'd Prefer (WAMCO Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:47
  • Stan Getz "Captain Marvel" Captain Marvel (Sony) 5:35
  • Alaturka "Children's Songs" In Concert with KU Jazz Ensemble I (KU Jazz) 10:40
  • Host talks 14:25
  • Freddie Hubbard "Naturally" Sky Dive (CBS Associated) 15:33
  • The Nimmons Tribute "Swing Softly" Volume 1 to the Nth (Self Produced) 21:21
  • Host talks 26:03
  • Phil Nimmons "Squits" Vintage Nimmons CBC Air Checks (Sackville) 26:56
  • Audrey Foxx "You'd Better Go Now" Stone Cold Woman (Bandcamp) 31:16
  • Host talks 34:34
  • Kurt Elling "A Happy Though" The Questions (Okeh/Sony Masterworks) 35:28
  • Jeff Ellwood "The Honeymoon" The Sounds Around the House (Jeff Ellwood) 38:59
  • Host talks 44:20
  • Yellowjackets "Thank You" A Rise in the Road (Mack Avenue Records) 44:40
  • Chance Hayden "What's Behind" Grand and Go (Atlanta Records) 48:32
  • Host talks 51:39
  • E.E. .Pointer "Tesla's Dance" Quarantine Dreams (E.E. Pointer) 53:07

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