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Harry Connick, Jr., Ahmad Jamal & Eric Vloeimans


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From the mind of Dutch trumpet master Eric Vloeimans we begin the new 784th Episode of Neon Jazz. As 2022 comes to a close, we profile new music from several Kansas City natives including Eddie Moore and Matt Villinger as well as David Bloom and Tomas Janzon. Piano maestro Ahmad Jamal celebrates his prowess in a live environment with Emerald City Lights. We close out the show with Artie Shaw. Dig the jazz and the holiday season, my friends.


  • Eric Vloeimans "HOP!" HOP! (V-Flow) 0:00
  • Host talks 3:31
  • Eric Vloeimans and Will Holshouser "Deep Gap" Two for the Road (V-Flow) 6:03
  • Eddie Moore "Brave Enough" Intuition (Outer Circle Music) 11:46
  • Host talks 15:08
  • JMatt Villinger "Cruisin' in the Prius" All Faded (Matt Villinger) 16:22
  • Heather Ferguson "All the Things You Are" Lush Life (Heather Ferguson) 20:06
  • Host talks 23:19
  • Harry Connick, Jr. "Oh! Ain't That Sweet" Other Hours Connick On Piano, Vol. 1 (Marsalis Music) 24:15
  • David Bloom and Cliff Colnot "Beeb's Dues" Shadow of a Soul (Bloom Music) 28:43
  • Host talks 32:14
  • DR Big Band with Mike Stern "Summertime" Chromosome (Red Dot—VME) 33:25
  • Tomas Janzon "Search for Peace" Nomadic (Tomas Janzon) 39:18
  • Host talks 43:00
  • Chick Corea & Gary Burton "Hot House" Hot House (Concord Jazz) 43:57
  • Ahmad Jamal "Who Can I Turn To? " Emerald City Lights—Live at the Penthouse 65-66 (Elemental Music Records) 47:46
  • Host talks 52:49
  • Artie Shaw & His Orchestra "Back Bay Shuffle" The Fabulous Swing Collection (RCA Bluebird) 53:22

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