Leo Parker & Theo Bleckmann

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Episode 676 of Neon Jazz is full of modern musicians that continue to give the world quality jazz during a pandemic. It starts with Jacky Terrasson and moves on into the trio known as The Lost Melody. We also hear from singers Theo Bleckmann and the legendary Sheila Jordan. Enjoy the jazz.


  • Jacky Terrasson Jazz Trio "Broadway" Lover Man (Blue Note) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:12
  • Leon Parker "Tokyo" Awakening (Columbia) 8:17
  • The Lost Melody "Leaving Montserrat" New Songs for Old Souls (CD Baby) 12:58
  • Host talks 16:48
  • Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band "Get Out of Here" Creole Jazz (Jazz Room) 18:01
  • Theo Bleckmann "A Small House Can Carry As Much Happiness As A Large One" Anteroom (Traumton) 20:52
  • Host talks 26:23
  • Sheila Jordan "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone" Sheila (SteepleChase) 27:09
  • Jennifer Wharton "Stellar" Bonegasm (Sunnyside) 30:05
  • Host talks 34:35
  • Joe Pass "For Django" Plays the Music of Django Reinhardt (Bgo -Beat Goes on) 36:09
  • Dan Liparini "Salamander" Tessellations (Next Level) 39;04
  • Host talks 44:43
  • Brian Blade "Sunburn and Mosquito" Children of the Light (Blue Note) 45:18
  • Douglas Olsen "Tailwind" 2 Cents (Douglas Olsen) 49:35
  • Host talks 52:06
  • Andrei Poliakov "La Promenade in Paris in the Moonlight" Single (Andrei Poliakov) 52:45

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