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Mary Lou Williams, Sheila Jordan & CeCe Gable


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The voice and range of Reno-based veteran jazz singer CeCe Gable kicks off the 760th Episode of Neon Jazz with music from her new album Next Year's Song. We follow that up with music from an inspiration to many in the jazz world, Sheila Jordan and a song from Live at Mezzrow. More music from talents including Evan Drybread, Mark Winkler and Deanne Matley keep the hour moving. Also, we feature new music from Deanna Witkowski and pay homage to Mary Lou Williams. Finally, we spin a new track from pianist Josh Nelson and bassist Bob Bowman. It all closes with Wilbur Sweatman and his Original Jazz Band. Dig the tunes, my friends.


  • Cece Gable "I'm Gonna Laugh You Right Out of My Life" Next Year's Song (OK Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:57
  • Sheila Jordan "Bird Alone" Live at Mezzrow (Cellar Live) 6:30
  • Evan Drybread "Hight Preiestess" Tiger Tail (Evan Drybread) 9:34
  • Host talks 14:09
  • Wes Montgomery "Diablo's Dance" Echoes of Indiana Avenue (Resonance Records) 15:00
  • Mark Winkler "Don't Be Blue" Late Bloomin' Jazz Man (Mark Winkler) 19:11
  • Host talks 22:35
  • Eddie Condon "Ida" 1944 Jam (Jazzology) 23:30
  • Deanne Matley "The Alberta Lounge" The Alberta Lounge (Barbette Records) 26:41
  • Host talks 30:10
  • Oscar Peterson "C Jam Blues" Night Train (Verve) 30:47
  • David Francis "Deed I Do" Sings the Songs of the Twenties (David Francis) 33:18
  • Host talks 35:26
  • Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra "I Must Have That Man" Greatest Hits (RCA/Victor) 36:18
  • Deanna Witkowski "Gjon Mili Jam Session" Force of Nature (MCG Jazz) 39:45
  • Host talks 44:23
  • Mary Lou Williams "Steppin' Pretty" The Art of Mary Lou Williams (EPM) 45:00
  • Bob Bowman and Josh Nelson "Tomorrow is Not Promised" Tomorrow is Not Promised (Bob Bowman and Josh Nelson) 47:47
  • Host talks 53:31
  • Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band "Kansas City Blues" Ragtime 1919 (Timeless Records) 54:40

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