Click the play button to listen to this episode of Jazz Bastard.
In the late seventies and early eighties, Susan and Jim Neumann helped keep the be-bop flame burning by starting the boutique Beehive Records label. They featured middle-aged boppers left behind by fusion frenzy who just wanted to record some solid blowing datesand one semi-forgotten vocalist who made his final great recording for the label... and captured Clint Eastwood's heart doing so. For pop matters, things take a swerve for the jazzy when Mike discusses a live Kurt Elling show in detail. Did it make his dreams come true or not? Listen and find out.
Discussion of Nick Brignola's album Baritone Madness (Beehive) 8:45
Discussion of Curtis Fuller' album Fire and Filigree (Beehive) 17:20
We sent a confirmation message to . Look for it, then click the link to activate your account. If you don’t see the email in your inbox, check your spam, bulk or promotions folder.
Thanks for joining the All About Jazz community!