Lee Morgan, Kyle Nasser & More

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The young and very talented Christian Sands leads off this week's episode of Neon Jazz with music from his 2018 CD Facing Dragons. We then segue into his mentor Dr. Billy Taylor and profile Massachusetts native saxophonist Kyle Nasser with music from his latest disc Persistent Fancy. The talented group of young cats manufacturing a funk/jazz sound called The Black Tie Brass debuts their latest CD Mostly Covered. And, finally, we play the tune "Flimsy" form the great British outfit The New Mastersounds off Nashvilles Sessions 2.


  • Christian Sands "Samba Da Vela" Facing Dragons (Mack Avenue Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:51
  • Billy Tayior "Blue Moon" One for Fun (Rhino Atlantic) 7:45
  • Lee Morgan "Fire" The Genius of Lee Morgan(Essential Media Group) 12:35
  • Host talks 17:17
  • Don Byron "Impressions on a Golden Theme Random Dances and A-tonalities (Intakt Records) 18:24
  • Kyle Nasser "Arioso" Persistent Fancy (Ropeadope) 24:18
  • Host talks 28:26
  • Hank Jones "'Blues for Sale" Piano Solo (Fresh Sound Records) 29:35
  • John Coltrane "Lazy Bird" Blue Train (Blue Note) 33:07
  • Host talks 40:08
  • Quincy Jones "Evening in Paris"This is How I Feel About Jazz (Cool Note) 41:00
  • Black Tie Brass "Hip Hop Bebop" Mostly Covered (Black Tie Brass )—44:49
  • Host talks 47:25
  • Don Shirley "I Understand" PIano Extraordinary (Collectables)—49:00
  • Host talks 51:25
  • The New Mastersounds "Flimsy" The Nashville Sessions 2 (One Note Records) 52:50

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