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McCoy Tyner, Bill Evans & More

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Off a brand new album called 400 by veteran jazz bass cat Avery Sharpe, we charge straight on into a new episode of Neon Jazz. We continue the music with a look into the world of Matt Slocum, Curtis Nowosad and Brad Turner with new projects and revelations from their music minds. We also pepper in some John Dokes, Bill Evans, Louis Russell and Harry James. We conclude our hour of jazz from a strong, wise and gifted Kansas City vocalist Molly Hammer.

Playlist

  • Avery Sharpe "Harlem and the War to End All Wars" 400 (400 An African American Musical Portrait) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:54
  • McCoy Tyner "You Taught My Heart to Sing " The Real McCoy (Synergie OMP) 8:03
  • Matt Slocum "Romulus" Sanctuary (Sunnyside) 13:57
  • Host talks 18:44
  • Louis Russell and His Orchestra "Freakish Blues"Harlem Big Bands (Verve) 19:53
  • Curtis Nowosad "Never Forget What They Did to Fred Hampton" Self-Titled (Sessionheads United) 23:30
  • Host talks 28:32
  • Yaron Herman Trio "Just Being" Songs of the Degrees (Universal) 29:32
  • John Dokes "You Are Too Beautiful" True Love (Rondette Jazz) 33:30
  • Host talks 37:05
  • Bill Evans "Turn out the Stars" Smile with Your Heart (Resonance Records) 37:38
  • Brad Turner Quartet "The Enthusiast" Jump Up (Cellar Live) 42:33
  • Host talks 49:02
  • Harry James and the Boogie Woogie Trio "Boo Woo" Best Of (Document Records) 49:40
  • Host talks 52:33
  • Molly Hammer "Pell Me a Grape"Live at the Green Lady Lounge (Jazz Daddy Records / Green Lady Radio) 52:12

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