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Kurt Elling, Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio & Buster Williams


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From legendary bassist Buster Williams, we stride into the 748th Episode of Neon Jazz. After Buster, we hear from his old friend, guitarist Larry Coryell. In that esteemed group of veterans, we also hear from the 95-year old guitarist George Freeman and a new song off his 2022 album Everybody Say Yeah. Along with old school songs, we hear new songs from Anna Laura Quinn, Kurt Elling, Delvon Lamarr and Ron Jackson. Finally, we hear music from a 1966 Norman Amadio re-issue. Enjoy the jazz, my friends.


  • Buster Williams "Well You Needn't" Well You Needn't (Smoke Sessions) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:34
  • Larry Coryell "Swing Me Around" New York Blues (Teorecords) 7:54
  • Kabir Dalawari "A Moment in Time" Awareness (Kabir Dalawari) 13:12
  • Host talks 20:26
  • George Freeman "Marko" Everybody Say Yeah! (Freeport Records) 21:24
  • Anna Laura Quinn "Comes Love" Open the Door (Anna Laura Quinn) 24:00
  • Host talks 28:08
  • Kurt Elling "Where to Find It" SuperBlue (Edition Records) 29:10
  • Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio "Pull Your Pants Up" Cold as Weiss (Colemine Records) 33:48
  • Host talks 38:34
  • Joey DeFrancesco "Reboppin" Reboppin (Columbia) 39:26
  • Samuel Mösching "The Belief in Magic" Ethereal Kinks (Samuel Mösching) 43:01
  • Host talks 46:33
  • John Coltrane "Bessie's Blues" Crescent (Verve) 47:12
  • Ron Jackson "Walk Fast" Standards and My Songs (Ron Jackson) 50:21
  • Host talks 53:57
  • Norm Amadio Trio "The Skies" After Hours (Panda Digital) 54:25

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