Joel Ross, Wayne Shorter & Sonny Stitt

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The 687th Episode of Neon Jazz begins with vibes star Joel Ross off his latest 2020 CD Who Are You? We spend a good portion of this hour looking into a wealth of music released in 2020 from artists including Ian Hendrickson-Smith, Linda Purl, Joanna Berkebile and Alex Koo. Enjoy the jazz.


  • Joel Ross "For Real" For Real (Blue Note) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:39
  • Wayne Shorter Quartet "Orbits" Without a Net (Blue Note) 5:22
  • Ian Hendrickson-Smith "I Should Care" The Lowdown (Cellar Live) 9:47
  • Host talks 15:48
  • Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings "Got a Thing on my Mind Pt. 1" Singles Collection Vol. 1 (Daptone Records) 17:06
  • Linda Purl "Luck Day/Shooting High" Taking a Chance on Love (ReachingRecords) 20:03
  • Host talks 22:05
  • Nina Simone "My Baby Just Cares for Me" Putumayo Presents (Putumayo Records) 23:01
  • Joanna Berkebile "The Gentleman is a Dope" Love Me or Leave Me (Joanna Berkebile) 26:50
  • Host talks 31:02
  • Bennie Moten "Ding Dong Blues" Kansas City Jazz Essentials (Stardust Records) 32:09
  • Amina Claudine Myers "Thank You" SAMA ROU -Songs from My Soul (Amina C Records) 35:38
  • Host talks 39:25
  • Sonny Stitt "Old Folks" No Greater Love (Verve) 40:15
  • Alex Koo "Dune" Apple BlueSea Green (Clever Tree Records) 44:21
  • Host talks 48:41
  • Esquire All-American Award Winners "Blow Me Down" The Swing Era (Cool Note) 49:19
  • Host talks 52:00
  • Mach 6 "Mind Trip" Take Off (DDE Records) 52:50

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