Clifton Anderson, Reggie Quinerly & Allan Harris

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We devote a full hour of Neon Jazz to the music and artists of 2021. A lot of music was backlogged from 2020, but it was time to take a long look at the artists who are making 2021 a special year for jazz. We start off with NYC trombonist Clifton Anderson and make our way down an impressive list of musicians including Florian Arbenz, Reggie Quinerly, Alan Harris and Henry Robinett. Enjoy the jazz, my friends.


  • Clifton Anderson "Mission Statement" Been Down This Road Before (Ropeadope) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:08
  • Florian Arbenz and Hermon Mehari "Groove A" Conversation #1 -Condensed (Bandcamp) 8:26
  • Reggie Quinerly "New York Nights" New York Nowhere (Redefinition Music) 11:47
  • Host talks 15:12
  • Veronica Swift "This Bitter Earth" This Bitter Earth (Mack Avenue Records) 17:01
  • Makram Aboul Hosn "Betcha Sting" Transmigration (Makramusic) 21:09
  • Host talks 24:17
  • Mike Jones "All By Myself" All By Myself (Bandcamp) 35:51
  • Allan Harris "I Grew Up (Kate's Place)" Kate's Soulfood (Mack Avenue) 29:25
  • Host talks 34:26
  • Brian Charette "Time Piece" Like the Sun (BC) 36:00
  • The Verve Jazz Ensemble "Groovin' Hard" Very Live 2021 (Self Produced) 38:57
  • Host talks 44:41
  • Charlie Apicella Trio "Four" Classic Guitar (BC) 45:55
  • TuneTown "Billyish" Entering Utopia (Three Pines Records, LTD) 50:03
  • Host talks 51:54
  • Henry Robinett "Yours is My Heart Alone" Then Again: Jazz Standards Vol. 2 (Nefertiti Records) 53:11

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