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The 675th Episode of Neon Jazz is focused on jazz guitar. We start the hour with Ron Jackson and material off his latest 2019 release Standards and Other Songs. We also hear from Pat Metheny, George Russell and Alvaro Rojas. As the 2020 pandemic continues to rage across the planet, we hear from modern jazz musicians and their ideas on getting back onto the stage and how we will feel about it. You'll also hear new music from Immanuel Wilkins, Dan Willis and George Kahn. Dig it the most...

Playlist

  • Ron Jackson "Moon Dance" Standards and Other Songs (Roni Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:53
  • Pat Metheny and Bob Moses "Disappearing Blues" When Elephants Dream of Music (Wea Corp) 7:51
  • Jack DeSalvo Quintreped "February Thaw" Unseen Rain (The Jazz) 10:09
  • Host talks 17:16
  • George Russell "Juju" Guitar with Orchestra (Remastered) (Records) 18:09
  • Enzo Carniel "Unwall" Wallsdown (Jazz & People) 20:23
  • Host talks 23:52
  • Dizzy Gillespie "Ol' Man Rebop" The Essential Dizzy Gillespie (Bluebird/Legacy) 24:42
  • Benjamin Boone "The 233 Jazz Bar" Joy (Origin Records) 27:36
  • Host talks 31:28
  • George Kahn Quartet "Quarantuni Time" Dreamcatcher (Kahn Music) 32:40
  • Alvaro Rojas "Little Bell" Gran Kasa (Alvaro Rojas) 36:05
  • Host talks 41:23
  • Immanuel Watkins "The Dreamer" Omega (Blue Note) 42:25
  • Dan Willis "Crepuscule with Nellie" The Monk Project (Belle Avenue Records) 46:02
  • Host talks 49:16
  • Ted Nash "In the Loop" In the Loop (Palmetto Records) 50:22
  • Host talks 52:57
  • Hot Lips Page "Casanova Cricket" Mega Hits for You (Classics) 53:30

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