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Lisa Hilton, Randy Brecker, Dexter Gordon and More

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This week we open with Malibu-based jazz Pianist Lisa Hilton and end with London-based jazz fusion guitarist Jules Hay. In between, we hear some quality work from Christian McBride, Felipe Salles, Dave Glasser and many more. Enjoy the show, my friends.

Playlist

  • Lisa Hilton "Waltz from Nowhere" Chalkboard Destiny (Ruby Slippers) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:16
  • Christian McBride Big Band "Night Train" For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue Records) 7:45
  • Tbone Paxton and the RJ Spangler Quarter "Smile" Back in Your Own Backyard (Tbone Records) 13:05
  • Host talks 17:09
  • Hoagy Carmichael "Walkin' the Dog" Rockin' Chair (CTS Digital) 18:11
  • Felipe Salles and the Interconnections Ensemble "Coda (Underture)" The New Immigrant Experience (Tapestry Records) 20:51
  • Host talks 24:29
  • Randy Brecker with the DR Big Band "Goldfinger" The Jazz Ballad Song Book (Red Dot/VME) 26:00
  • Brian Scarborough "Empty Bottles" The Sunflower Song (Outside in Music) 31:19
  • Host talks 36:35
  • Louis Forbstein's Royal Syncopators "That's All There Is" Kansas City Jazz (Stardust Records) 37:30
  • Dave Glasser "Crossover" Crossover (Here Tiz Music) 40:20
  • Host talks 45:59
  • Dexter Gordon "Lullaby for a Monster" Lullaby for a Monster (SteepleChase) 47:18
  • Host talks 53:16
  • Jules Hay "Maraca Too Blue" From London to Little London (Horus Music Limited) 53:50

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