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Jordan Seigel, Christopher Burnett, Kamasi Washington


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We start the 697th Episode of Neon Jazz with Jordan Seigel, an Los-Angeles-based pianist and composer who has done TV and film scores with a song off his 2020 release Beyond Images. We also catch up with another Los Angeles-based musician and actor in Clifton Davis who teams with Beegie Adair on his debut album. Kansas City-based saxophonist and busy man Christopher Burnett returns to the program with new material off his CBQ plus 5 album. Finally, we feature some newer, modern jazz from bassist Matt Dickun and the saxophonist Kamasi Washington. Enjoy this eclectic hour of jazz, my friends.


  • Jordan Seigel "The Abyss" Beyond Images (Wonderbird) 00:00
  • Host talks 4:12
  • Charlie Barnetl "Pompton Turnpike" Best of the Big Bands (Shami Media Group 3) 7:00
  • Adonis Rose "Maurice's Rap" Live at the Blue Llama (Storyville Records) 9:59
  • Host talks 15:26
  • New Orleans Jazz Band "Mindin' My Business" NOJB (Jazz Oracle) 17:15
  • Clifton Davis "I've Never Been in Love Before" Never Can Say Goodbye (Clifton Davis Productions, LLC) 20:05
  • Host talks 22:44
  • Glen Gray "Smoke Rings" The Best of the Big Bands (Shami Media Group 3) 24:17
  • Christopher Burnett Quintet -CBQplus5 "Corcovado" Standards Volume 1 (ARC Records) 27:07
  • Host talks 34:07
  • Coon Sanders Original Nighthawk Orchestra "Yes Sir That's My Baby" The Naughty 20s (Grammercy Records) 35:48
  • #Bloomerangs "Home" Moments and Fragments (Bloomerangs Music) 38:39
  • Host talks 41:37
  • The Echo Park Project "Charanga in Q" It's My Turn (Blue Note) 42:47
  • Matt Dickun "Joaquin Phoenix" El Chapo -Breaking Out (Dickun Records) 46:47
  • Host talks 49:30
  • Kamasai Washington "Street Fighter Mas" Heaven and Earth (Young) 52:02

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