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Joe Martin, Joe Chambers & Roy Eldridge

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New York City bassist Joe Martin has Kansas City roots and is featured on the 689th Episode of Neon Jazz. Following his lead is a great group of musicians whi are constantly releaseing material keeping the world of jazz an innovative artistic medium. They include Patrick Cornelius, Tarik Hassan, Joe Chambers and Gerald Beckett. Enjoy the music.

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  • Joe Martin "Ma hattanville" Passage (JM Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 7:26
  • Woody Herman "Northwest Passage" Night and Day (DCE Pop Music) 9:05
  • Michael Thomas "Event Horizon" Event Horizon (Bandcamp) 12:03
  • Host talks 20:28
  • Terence Blanchard "Perpetuity" The Malcolm X Jazz Suite (Columbia) 21:33
  • Patrick Cornelius "Maybe Steps" Maybe Steps (Positone Records) 26:03
  • Host talks 31:22
  • Roy Eldridge and His Orchestra "All The Cats Join In" After You've Gone (GRP Records) 32:26
  • Tarik Hassan "Yalla!" Yalla! (Tarik Hassan) 35:24
  • Host talks 40:37
  • Joe Chambers "Rio" Samba de Maracatu (Blue Note) 41:43
  • New Orleans High Society "Ice Cream" New Orleans High Society (Slammin Media) 45:59
  • Host talks 50:06
  • Gerald Beckett "Swinging at the Haven" Oblivion (Summit Records) 51:35

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