Joe Traina, John Abercrombie & Linley Hamilton

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The 706th Episode of Neon Jazz begins with veteran New York-based multi-instrumentalist Joe Traina with a track off his new 2021 album Tip of The Hat. We also profile brand new material from the likes of Rodrigo Faina, Mike Scott, Foster Joseph and the great Irish trumpeter Linley Hamilton. In between new tracks, we profile historical figures who influenced these new works including Charles McPherson and Freddie Hubbard. Enjoy the music, my friends.


  • Joe Traina "S'Wonderful" Tip of the Hat (Joe Traina Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:27
  • Charles McPherson "Portrait" First Flight Out (Arabesque Recordings) 5:35
  • Rodrigo Faina and the Change Ensemble "If I'm to Live" Different Roots (Red Piano Records) 10:27
  • Host talks 15:06
  • John Abercrombie "Promenade" Hotline (Quicksilver) 15:54
  • Mike Scott "Now and Later" Collecting Things (Mike Scott) 21:27
  • Host talks 25:50
  • Sid Jacobs "It Ain't Necessarily So" Three in One (Art of Life Records) 26:56
  • Roseanna Vitro "No More Blues" Listen Here (Skyline Records) 32:17
  • Host talks 35:17
  • Huw V. Williams "Equidistant Between" Equidistant Between (HVW recordings) 36:23
  • Foster Joseph "Candy" To Love (Foster Joseph) 41:53
  • Host talks 44:19
  • Miles Davis "Blue in Green" Kind of Blue (Columbia/Legacy) 44:56
  • Linley Hamilton "Carmel" Making Other Arrangements (Contemplate 360) 50:28
  • Host talks 53:14
  • Freddie Hubbard "Phoebe's Samba" Live at Fat Tuesday's (Heritage Jazz) 54:09

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