Joey Alexander, Kenny Barron and Ellis Marsalis

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Neon Jazz is here for during the COVID-19 pandemic. This week we start the show with the young and very talented Joey Alexander and wrap it up with the late, great Ellis Marsalis. Support the jazz and enjoy the music.

Playlist

  • Joey Alexander "Warna" Warna (Verve) 00:00
  • Host talks 7:03
  • Wallace Roney "Children's Games'" Rememberance (TCB) 9:52
  • Moses Boyd "Stranger Than Fiction" Dark Matter (Exodus Records) 16:17
  • Host talks 21:09
  • Fred Wackenhut Quartet "This I Dig of You "This I Dig of You (FW Records) 21:47
  • Win Pongsakorn "Green and Yellow" Yes It Is (Cellar Live) 25:56
  • Host talks 30:48
  • Bucky Pizzarelli "The Astronaut" Essential 45's (Memory Records) 42:32
  • Kenny Barron "Worry Later" Without Deception (Dare2 Records) 44:28
  • Host talks 49:25
  • The Ellis Marsalis Trio "Zee's Blue's"Twelve's It (Columbia) 50:31

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