Steve Davis, Paul Desmond & Walt Weiskopf

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We begin the 684th Episode of Neon Jazz with veteran jazz trombonist Steve Davis and follow that up with a song by his mentor Jackie McLean. Quite a bit of music came out during 2020 and that trend continues into 2021. We look back at music released by Walt Weiskopf, Joshua Redman and Andrea Brachfeld in 2020. Then we look into the current wave of new music this year with Cory Weeds and Mike Casey. We also say good-bye to the prolific performer Eugene Wright. Dig it....

Playlist

  • Steve Davis "For Real" For Real (Posi-Tone Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:16
  • Jackie McClean Quintet "Watercircle" Ode to Super (Disk Union) 8:27
  • Walt Weiskopf "Introspection" European Quartet (Amm) 13:43
  • Host talks 18:54
  • Cory Weeds "On the Stairs" O Sole Mio (Cellar Live) 20:05
  • Steve Treseler and Ingrid Jensen "546" Invisible Sounds for Kenny Wheeler (Whirlwind Recordings) 25:59
  • Host talks 29:45
  • Redman Mehldau McBride Blade "Floppy Diss" Round Again (Nonesuch) 30:53
  • Eduardo Mercuri "Zodiac" Zodiac (EM Records) 36:09
  • Host talks 40:41
  • Paul Desmond with Eugene Wright "Rude Old Man" Easy Living (Sony Music Canada Inc.) 41:54
  • Andrea Brachfeld "Double Rainbow" Brazilian Whispers (Origin Records) 47:31
  • Host talks 52:26
  • Mike Casey "Great Green Earth" Lofi Coffee Single (Mike Casey) 54:03

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