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From one of the best jazz musicians still producing quality work on a consistent basis, we start the 674th Episode of Neon Jazz with Eddie Henderson and music from his 2020 CD Shuffle and Deal. We feature some cutting edge artists that are keeping jazz very fresh and innovative. From musicians like The Greg Foat Group, Sharhabil Ahmed, and Nils Landgren. Kansas City jazz saxophonist Matt Otto has a new album and we profile that on the show. Finally, we say good-bye to the legendary Candido Camero who passed on at the age of 99. Enjoy the show.


  • Eddie Henderson "Shuffle and Deal" Shuffle and Deal (Smoke Session) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:49
  • Miles Davis "The Sorcerer" he Complete Columbia Studio Recordings Of The Miles Davis Quintet January 1965 To June 1968 (Columbia) 7:45
  • Sharhabil Ahmed "Argos Farfish" The King of Sudanese Jazz (Habibi Funk) 12:47
  • Host talks 17:22
  • Matt Otto "Alliance" Alliance (Otto) 18:50
  • Greg Foat "Dark is the Sun (Lodge Waltz)" Lodge 49 (Lakeshore Records) 23:47
  • Host talks 24:14
  • Joe Temperley "Put Your Dreams Away" The Sinatra Songbook (Hep Records) 25:43
  • Beth Duncan "It All Begins with You" I'm All Yours (Saccat Records) 27:35
  • Host talks 32:10
  • Jackie Gleason Presents "I Wish on the Moon" Lonesome Echo (Capitol Records) 33:15
  • Nils Landgren "Kristallen" Kristallen (ACT Music) 36:14
  • Host talks 40:29
  • Michael Brecker "Invitation" Live in Helsinki 1995 (Random Act Records) 41:32
  • John Fedchock NY Sextet "RSVP" In the Shadows (Summit Records) 46:17
  • Host talks 52:46
  • Candido "Singing Skins -Latin Jazz" The Volcanic Sound of Candido (Fresh Sound New) 53:55

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