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Wayne Shorter, Vince Mendoza, Lonnie McFadden & Kristin Korb


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We kick off a new 795th Episode of Neon Jazz with a powerful Denmark-based, American-born bassist and singer in Kristin Korb with material created during the COVID era. From there we hear from vocalist Diane Schuur, who was one of the first real experiences Kristin had in live jazz. We also celebrate a handful of esteemed musicians who left us during the first week of March 2023. In Kansas City, we said good-bye to Ronald McFadden and Ida MacBeth. On the global scale, we said good-bye to Wayne Shorter. Along with music honoring these musicians, we profile new material from Vince Mendoza, Chris Madsen and Vince Ector. Dig the jazz, my friends.


  • Kristin Korb "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" What If? (Double K Music) 0:00
  • Host talks 4:50
  • Diane Schuur & Count Basie And His Orchestra "Deedle's Blues" Live (UMG) 7:22
  • Wayne Shorter "Angola" The Soothsayer (Blue Note) 10:46
  • Host talks 15:30
  • Vince Mendoza & The Metropole Orchestra "Quixote" Olympians (Modern Recordings) 16:23
  • Lonnie McFadden feat Ronald McFadden "My Time" I Believe in Music (Dadahs Music) 21:17
  • Host talks 26:12
  • Bill Cunliffe Trio "Looking Back" Border Widow's Lament (Le Coq) 26:56
  • Ida McBeth "Encore" Live on the Vine at the Blue Room in Kansas City (Ida McBeth) 31:13
  • Host talks 36:20
  • Mary Lou Williams "Overhand" Boogie Woogie (Shellac Recordings) 36:57
  • Chris Madsen "Eldertown" The Trio Book (Outside in Music) 39:45
  • Host talks 47:20
  • McCoy Tyner Trio "Where is Love?" Infinity (UMG) 47:41
  • Host talks 52:43
  • The Vince Ector Organatomy Trio "Wives and Lovers" Live at the Side Door (American Showplace) 53:28

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