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Slide Hampton, Joe Pass, Woody Hermon & Champian Fulton


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From the always evolving pianist Champian Fulton, we begin the 807th Episode of Neon Jazz with a celebration of live music off her 2023 album Meet Me at Birdland. We follow that up with the legendary pianist Erroll Garner doing his rendition of "Lullaby of Birdland." From there, we dig into some vocal jazz with new music in Lauren Henderson, Roberta Donnay and Janice Borla. In between, we hear classic cuts from Slide Hampton, George Gershwin and Joe Pass. The Varsity Eight wraps up a full Summer episode of music. Dig the jazz, my friends.


  • Champian Fulton "Too Marvelous for Words" Meet Me At Birdland (Champian Records) 0:00
  • Host talks 6:02
  • Erroll Garner Trio "Lullaby of Birdland" This is Jazz, Vol. 13 (Columbia) 7:39
  • Lauren Henderson "Wish You Love" Conjuring (Brontosaurus Records) 10:59
  • Host talks 13:57
  • Slide Hampton "Gorgeous George" Essential Jazz Masters (Stardust Records) 14:31
  • Roberta Donnay "The Party's Over" Blossoming (Village Jazz Caffe) 16:45
  • Host talks 19:50
  • George Gershwin "Someone to Watch Over Me" El Sodino (RGS Music) 20:47
  • Arturo O'Farrill "Un Poco Loco" Legacies (Blue Note Records) 23:59
  • Host talks 29:02
  • Mike Casey "Shift (Take 1)" Outtakes 'Law of Attaction' (Mike Casey) 29:35
  • Janice Borla "Jazz Habit" From Every Angle (Blujazz) 31:24
  • Host talks 35:45
  • Woody Herman "Detour Ahead" Essential (Columbia) 37:07
  • Seth Kibel "Clown on a Stick" Clown on a Stick (Azalea City Recordings) 40:14
  • Host talks 45:02
  • Joe Pass "How the West Was One" Capitol Vault Series (Capitol) 45:30
  • Michael Wetherwax "Cool Walk" Big Band Trax By WAX-Music Of Michael Wetherwax (Trax by WAX) 48:27
  • Host talks 53:51
  • Varsity Eight "Doo Wacka Doo" Varsity Eight 1923-26 (Timeless Records) 54:31




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