Al Di Meola, Richie Cole, Oscar Peterson and More

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This week we feature guitarist Al Di Meola with music off his 2020 Tribute to The Beatles, Across the Universe. We pay deep respects to the late Richie Cole and honor the spirit of Bootsie Barnes. We continue bringing you jazz in all its current and progressive forms to cope with this COVID-19 world.


  • Al Di Meola "Here Comes the Sun" Across the Universe (earMUSIC) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:40
  • River Cow Orchestra "Word Is'" First Bliss (Fieldinfoserv Records) 6:59
  • Richie Cole "Starburst" Starburst (Genes Records) 10:44
  • Host talks 15:47
  • Oscar Peterson "It Don't Mean a Thing if It Ain't Got That Swing "Stuff Smith/Dizzy Gillespie/Oscar Peterson (Verve) 17:20
  • Seba Molnar "Level Up" Level Up (Seba Molnar) 21:46
  • Host talks 26:27
  • Wynton Marsalis "One by One Live (Orange Leisure) 27:28
  • Bootsie Barnes "Three Miles Out" The More I See You (Cellar Live) 32:39
  • Host talks 37:40
  • Mike Casey "Degobah" 2020 Single (Mike Casey) 38:37
  • Meghan Stewart "Yesterdays" Yesterdays (Bubble Bath Records) 43:39
  • Host talks 48:10
  • Hadley Caliman "Joe Joe Dancer Bossa Nova" Gratitude (Origin Records) 48:55
  • Host talks 52:22
  • John Stein "Kobe"Watershed (Whaling City Sound) 53:31

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