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Leon Redbone and Lawrence Leathers

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From the veteran vibes Chuck Redd we rocket into this week's episode of Neon Jazz. From there, we peer into the influences into Chuck's life with cats like Charlie Byrd and Count Basie. We take a good look into the life and music of Paul Serrato and Ashley Pezzotti and pay respects to a couple of artist that left us recently, Leon Redbone and Lawrence Leathers. Finally, we get some licks in from Godwin Louis and Slam Stewart.

Playlist

  • Chuck Redd "Tide" Groove City (CD Baby) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:55
  • Charlie Byrd "Jazz N Samba " Jazz N Samba (Hindsight Records) 7:43
  • Count Basie "Bee Blop Blues" Sixteen Men Swingin(Verve Records) 9:40
  • Host talks 12:01
  • Craig Scott Quintet "The Night We Called It a Day"Introducing (Cellar Live) 13:06
  • Paul Serrato "Encounter" Urban Fingertips (Graffiti Productions) 18:15
  • Host talks 22:30
  • Leon Redbone and Bobby Gordon "Some of These Days"Live on Johnny Carson (NBC) 24:01
  • André Carvalho "Cherries Brambles and Strawberries" The Garden of Earthly Delights (Outside in Musics) 26:26
  • Host talks 31:22
  • Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchesra "One for the Maestro"Along for the Ride (Summit Records) 32:35
  • Ashley Pezzotti "It Only Takes a Moment" We Have Only Just Begun (Ashley Pezzotti Music) 38:40
  • Host talks 41:07
  • Ella Fitzgerald "A Little Bit Later On" Ella Fitzgerald (Acrobat Music) 42:13
  • Billie Holiday Orchestra "A Little Bit Later On" I Can't Get Started (Vocal Classics) 45:09
  • Host talks 48:00
  • Cecile McLorin Salvant with Lawrence Leathers "Sam Jones' Blues"Dreams and Daggers (Mack Aveue) 48:50
  • Godwin Louis "Global Pt. IIt" The Traveler (Blue Roomi Music) 51:16
  • Host talks 53:27
  • Slam Stewart Trio "Oh Me Oh My Oh Josy"The Best of Jazz (Black Sheep Music) 54:07
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