Oscar Peterson & Charlie Parker

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During this time of COVID-19 and live jazz being silenced, Neon Jazz brings you a new episode honoring the best in today's jazz world. We also honor the legacy of the late Manu Dibango.


  • Tim Ray "Paint if Black" Excursions and Adventures (Whaling City Sound) 00:00
  • Host talks 4:34
  • Oscar Peterson "Just a Sittin' and A Rockin'" Jazz for a Lazy Day (MMT) 6:29
  • Manu Dibango "Ode to Billie Joe" Ramblin' Sax (E.G.T.) 9:59
  • Host talks 13:17
  • Roy Campbell Pyramid Trio "Ethnic Stew And Brew "Ethnic Stew And Brew (Delmark) 13:56
  • Duane Eubanks "Brainfreeze" Live at Smalls (Smalls) 18:31
  • Host talks 24:06
  • Harry James "Concerto for Trumpet" Presenting... (Past Perfect) 25:12
  • Tarabu "Gypsy Tune" Odyssey (Tarabu) 28:20
  • Host talks 32:34
  • Jason Marsalis "Blues for Now" The 21st Century Trad Band (Basin Street) 33:08
  • Amber Weekes "After You've Gone" Pure Imagination (Amber Inn Productions) 37:08
  • Host talks 39:40
  • Duke Ellington "One Two Buckle My Show" Ellington Vol. 3 (Archive of Folk & Jazz Music) 40:51
  • Kansas City Area Youth Jazz "Light Dark" The Single (ARC) 43:38
  • Host talks 49:33
  • Connie Han "Iron Starlet" Iron Starlet (Mack Avenue) 50:10
  • Host talks 52:55
  • Charlie Parker "Cheers"West Coast Time (Spotlite) 53:51

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