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Jack DeJonette, Miles Davis & Terri Lyne Carrington

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The first song on the 743rd Episode of Neon Jazz is from Terri Lyne Carrington and acts as a recurring theme throughout the episode. Periods of her impressive jazz career are highlighted with stories and music from Quincy Jones, Rahsaan Roland Kirk and Jack DeJohnette. Along the way, we hear from other musicians who are making 2022 a tasty year for new music. From the likes of Lauren Lee, Andrew Nixon and Larry Douglas. We finish off the episode with a song off the new album called The Parable of the Poet from Joel Ross. Dig the music, my friends.

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  • Terri Lyne Carrington "Jazz is a Spirit" The Act Years (ACT Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:57
  • Quincy Jones Big Band "Parisian Thoroughfare" Live & Rare (Verve) 6:27
  • Darren Barrett "Word Dr. Byrd" First One Up (J. Curve Records) 9:34
  • Host talks 15:00
  • Miles Davis "Two Bass Hit" 'Round About Midnight (Columbia) 16:00
  • Lauren Lee "Mad House" The Queen of Cups (Lauren Lee) 19:06
  • Host talks 22:51
  • Rahsaan Roland Kirk "Stormy Weather" Third Dimension (Verve) 24:00
  • Jeff Lederer "Right Effort" Eightfold Path (little(i)music) 28:32
  • Host talks 33:26
  • Jack DeJohnette & Co. "Straight No Chaser" Camp Meeting (Sony) 34:14
  • Andrew Nixon "Blues for Audrey" Incongruence (Andrew Nixon) 37:00
  • Host talks 41:38
  • Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band "Millenberg Joys" 1942 Series (Fantasty Recordings) 42:31
  • Larry Douglas Alltet "Dedications (The Theme}" Dedications (L.T. Douglas) 46:06
  • Host talks 50:42
  • Joel Ross "Doxology (Hope)" The Parable Of The Poet (Blue Note) 51:54

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