The 698th Episode of Neon Jazz kicks off with a veteran musician that has delighted fans for decades; Eddie Daniels joined by an impressive line up including Dave Grusin and Bob James with new music from 2020 release Night Kisses. From there, we take a trip to Cuba with Harold Lopez-Nussa and the Cuban Jazz Combo. This hour is also dedicated to emerging musicians who are making the world vibrant in 2021 with Kansas City pianist Eddie Moore and the duo of Laura & Anton in San Francisco. We finish it up with a cut from a livestream concert via Kansas City pianist Michael Pagán with his big band. Enjoy the jazz, my friends.
Eddie Daniels "Amor (Love)" Night Kisses: A Tribute to Ivan Lins (Resonance Records) 00:00
Host talks 4:46
Alix Combelle "Passee-Temps" A Hollywood Pastime (Old Time Classics) 7:11
Harold-López-Nussa "Jazzton" Te Lo Dije (Mack Avenue Records) 10:18
Host talks 13:30
Cuban Jazz Combo "Long Train Running" Afro Disco Connection (Funky Juice rec) 15:20
Jams McGowan with Mondosaurus "Hey Bud!" 4K (Wrap it Up) 18:37
Host talks 24:13
Les Brown and his Orchestra "Rhapsody in Blue" 1944-46 (Hindsight Records) 25:22
Julia Werup "Born to be Blue" The Thrill of Loving You (Stunt Records) 28:40
Host talks 33:50
Eddie Moore "We Chillin'" Single (Outer Circle Music) 34:51
Ken Stubbs "Old Folks" Big Hush (Cherryk) 37:23
Host talks 42:26
Jerry Bergonzi "You Can Tell" A Different Look (Double-Time Records) 43:59
Laura & Anton "Castles in the Air" Live Recordings (693583 Records DK2) 49:41
Host talks 53:31
Michael Pagan Big Band "Eerie Ballad" Virtual Concert Live at JCCC 2021 (JCCC Recordings) 54:19
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