Derrick Gardner, Logan Richardson & Barry Harris

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We start with a track off of big band director's Derrick Gardner 2020 album Still I Rise. We add some Kansas City spice with Charlie Parker and stellar saxophonist Logan Richardson with music from his Afrofuturism (Whirlwind Recordings, 2021) release. We also take a look at the new work from Matt Moran, Adam Shulman and Grant Stewart. The 695th Episode comes to a close with the legendary Barry Harris. A good mix of the old and new on this latest episode. Dig....


  • Derrick Gardner and the Big Dig Band "Still I Rise" Still I Rise (Impact Jazz) 00:00
  • Host talks 8:14
  • Logan Richardson "Light" Afrofuturism (WAX Industry) 11:27
  • Matt Moran Trio "Ripples" Return Trip (Bandcamp) 15:50
  • Host talks 21:20
  • Jay Hoggard "Soular Power" Soular Power (Jay Hoggard) 22:46
  • Grant Stewart "Like This" Rise and Shine (Cellar Live) 29:12
  • Host talks 34:34
  • Billie Holiday "Don't Explain" Billie Holiday (Veve) 37:26
  • Adam Shulman Septet "Nickel and Dimed" West Meets East (Cellar Live) 40:35
  • Host talks 44:59
  • Charlie Parker "Bird of Paradise" Vintage (PAZZAZZ) 45:53
  • Anders Bast "South of North Dakota" Through Space and Time (Bastsax Records) 49:05
  • Host talks 52:15
  • Barry Harris "79340" For the Moment (Uptown Jazz) 54:24

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