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Horace Silver, Bobby Broom & Anthony Branker


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We begin the 796th Episode of Neon Jazz with composer Anthony Branker and music from What Place Can Be For Us (Origin Records, 2023). From there, we dive into new music from the young NYC vocalist Emily Mazzella and her mentor Lonnie Leibowitz. From there, we profile tasty new music from the likes of Jimmy Farace, Frank Anthony Bruno, Bobby Broom, Julian Lage and Hailey Brinnel. The show goes out in style with the richly talented Mark Lewis and music off his 2023 album Sunshine Shines In. Enjoy the jazz, my friends.


  • Anthony Branker and Imagine "I, Too, Sing America" What Place Can Be For Us (Origin Records) 0:00
  • Host talks 4:25
  • Barney Bigard And His Orchestra "Lost in Two Flats" The Units (RCA) 6:31
  • Emily Mazzella "Only Love Can Say" Awakening (Solar Dream Records) 9:08
  • Host talks 13:12
  • Lonnie Leibowitz "Inner Earth" Terra's Ascension (New Artist Records) 15:14
  • Trio Profondo "Pannonica" Mosaic (5069735 DK Records) 18:35
  • Host talks 22:36
  • The Whoopee Makers with Harry Carney "Move Over" The Big Broadcast (Rivermont Records) 23:56
  • Anthony Bruno "Hand Glide" Self Titled (Anthony Bruno) 26:36
  • Host talks 32:27
  • Bobby Broom "Driftin'" Keyed Up (Clean Sweep Music) 33:35
  • Horace Silver Trio "Knowledge Box" Horace Silver Trio (Blue Note) 38:23
  • Host talks 41:08
  • Julian Lage "Everything Helps" The Layers (Blue Note) 41:57
  • Delauney's Jazz "I Saw Stars" Celebrate (Classic Times) 46:00
  • Host talks 48:36
  • Hailey Brinnel "I Might Be Evil" Beautiful Tomorrow (Outside in Music) 49:18
  • Host talks 53:51
  • Mark Lewis "Swami's Song" Sunlight Shines In (Audio Daddio) 54:36

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