Sonny Rollins & Dave Brubeck

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From another legend during the pandemic putting out quality new music, we start the 678th Episode of Neon Jazz with Drummer Joe Farnsworth. He has a great new album out called Time to Swing with a stellar line up and that sets the tone for the hour of music. There have been a host of new albums that are live to counteract the world of jazz that has fallen silent. One such recent release is Sonny Rollins in Holland from the late 1960s. Enjoy the jazz, my friends.


  • Joe Farnsworth "Down by the Riverside" Time to Swing (Smoke Session Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:47
  • Sylwester Ostrowski & Jazz Forum Talents "Burnt Ends" Jammin' with KC (SO Records) 7:53
  • Barbara Dennerlein "Organ Boogie" Best of the Blues -Through the Years (CD Baby) 12:52
  • Host talks 19:23
  • Sonny Rollins "Four" Rollins in Holland (Resonance Records) 20:29
  • Wayne Alpern "Teenage Dream" Tale (Henry Elkin Music) 25:47
  • Host talks 31:32
  • Dave Brubeck "Three to Get Ready" The Essential (Sony Legacy) 32:18
  • Dana Saul "A Living Dream" Ceiling (Endectomorph Music) 37:23
  • Host talks 44:17
  • Steve Grover "Three Street" Consideration (Invisible Music Records) 45:00
  • Host talks 51:07
  • Robert Lee "Day Dreams" Day Dreams (Dream Records) 52:27

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