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Harold O'Neal, Dexter Gordon, Joe Pass and More

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The 639th episode of Neon Jazz begins with pianist Harold O'Neal. He has deep Kansas City roots and shows off his further evolution with his new CD Once Upon a Time. We profile the new Kansas City group Purna Loka Ensemble with Bassist Jeff Harshbarger. Finally, we play new music from New York City saxophonist Mike Casey. Playlist Harold O'Neal “Agent M" Once Upon a Time (Piano Cinema) 00:00 Host talks 4:22 Pat Metheny Group “First Circle (Live)" ...

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A Conversation with Harold O'Neal

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Harold O'neal's latest release, the solo piano album titled Piano Cinema, is a distinctively curated collection of songs that highlight Harold's excellent piano abilities while taking you on a subtle filmic journey. Join Harold and me as we talk about Beyonce, Ahmad Jamal, the sounds of film, and other unrelated but connected subjects. Playlist Harold O'neal “Scenes from a Dream" from Piano Cinema (Self-released) 00:00 Harold O'neal “Sam and Sam" from Piano Cinema (Self-released) 27:45 ...


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