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The Jazz Defenders, Joe Henderson, Tim Lin & Eyal Vilner

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Straight from the UK, we begin the 858th Episode of Neon Jazz with The Jazz Defenders with material off their 2024 album Memory in Motion. In honor of their influences, we move into a recent reissue of Horace Silver's LP Late Night. From there, we hear new music from Julieta Eugenio, Flávio Silva and Lenny Marcus and reissues from legends Joe Henderson and Cannonball Adderley. There is also a great new album from the late Chick Corea and Bela Fleck. Before we head out the door, we hearn new music from the talented Eyal Vilner and his Big Band. Dig the jazz, my friends.

Playlist

  • The Jazz Defenders "Meanderthal" Memory in Motion (ITI Records) 0:00
  • Host talks 4:36
  • Horace Silver "The Risin' Sun" Late Night (UMG Records) 6:37
  • Kelsey Grant & Andrew Scott "The Problems of Your Future" Horizon Song (KA Inc.) 11:18
  • Host talks 15:37
  • Cannonball Adderley and Bill Evans "Nancy (With The Laughing Face)" Know What I Mean? (Concord Records) 16:00
  • Julieta Eugenio "Sunday Stranger" Stay (Julieta Eugenio) 20:07
  • Host talks 25:27
  • Joe Henderson "Black Narcissus" Power to the People (Remastered) (Craft Recordings) 25:57
  • Sam Anning "Transitive States" Earthen (Earshift Music) 30:41
  • Host talks 34:09
  • Tim Lin "Yardbird Suite" Birdwatching (Linsanity Music) 34:44
  • Flávio Silva "To Bladed and Cowherd" Eko (Flávio Silva) 40:03
  • Host talks 45:35
  • Chick Corea & Bela Fleck "Small Potatoes" Remembrance (Thirty Tigers) 46:08
  • Eyal Vilner Big Band "Chicken an Dumplins" Swinging Uptown (Eyal Vilner Big Band) 49:21
  • Host talks 52:27
  • Lenny Marcus Trio "The In Crowd" Blackwaters Sessions (Lenny Marcus Trio) 53:03

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