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A short list of some of the master musicians who passed in 2020

A Jazz on the Tube playlist

1. Stanley Cowell (1941-2020) – Equipoise (00:00)
2. Lennie Niehaus (1929-2020) – Stella By Starlight (03:36)
3. Viola Smith (1912-2020) – Snake Charmer (11:18)
4. Gary Peacock (1935-2020) – The Prowler (14:06)
5. Ray Mantilla (1934-2020) – Midnight Sun (18:56)
6. McCoy Tyner (1938-2020) – Giant Steps (25:54)
7. Lee Konitz (1927-2020) – Palo Alto (29:31)
8. Henry Grimes (1935-2020) – There’ll Never Be Another You (32:05)
9. Lyle Mays (1953-2020) – Duo #1 (37:46)
10. Bucky Pizzarelli (1926-2020) – Honeysuckle Rose (44:03)
11. Lucien Barbarin (1956-2020) – Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans (51:40)
12. Ellis Marsalis (1934-2020) – The Mighty Mississippi (55:37)
13. Richie Cole (1948-2020) – Tokyo Rose Sings The Rocky Mountain Blues (59:23)
14. Jeff Clayton (1954-2020) – Don’t Get Around Much Anymore (01:05:14)
15. Jimmy Cobb (1929-2020) – If I Were A Bell (01:13:54)
16. Jimmy Heath (1926-2020) – If You Could See Me Now (01:19:43)
17. Hal Willner (1956-2020) – Amarcord (01:26:37)
18. Andy Gonzalez (1951-2020) – Misty (01:34:27)
19. Mike Longo (1939-2020) – Ocean of His Might (01:42:37)
20. Eddie Gale (1941-2020) – Afro Fire – (01:48:34)
21. Freddy Cole (1937-2020) – I’m Not My Brother, I’m Me (01:55:19)
22. Annie Ross (1930-2020) – Twisted (01:57:47)
23. Ira Sullivan (1931-2020) – Bossa for Bella (02:00:04)
24. Ryo Kawasaki (1947-2020) – Thunderfunk (02:06:25)
25. Candido (1921-2020) – Manteca (02:12:58)
26. Wallace Roney (1960-2020) – Why Should There Be Stars (02:15:50)

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P.S. At the end of every year, we put together a short (and frankly incomplete) playlist to honor some of the giants who passed in the previous year.

It’s a bittersweet project.

Sorrow at the loss of such great souls…Joy in the appreciation of what beautiful gifts they made to all of us with their lives.

Join Jazz on the Tube fans around the world in celebrating and honoring these great artists – and please share the link.

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