01 David fathead newman - Kepp the dream alive 02 Lonnie liston smith - Give peace a chance 03 Deodato - whistle bump 04 Mike Mandel - Jupiter Finger 05 Eddie Henderson - Butterfly 06 Jimmy McGriff – Outside Looking In 07 Sea Level - 54 08 George Duke - Brazilian Love Affair 09 Eddie Russ - Zaius 10 Mass Production - Cosmic Lust
“Kind of Blue”, do trompetista Miles Davis, é um dos trabalhos mais importantes do jazz, de um músico que é facilmente um dos nomes mais criativos do gênero. O lançamento completa 60 anos em 2019. Entenda porque ele deixou a música do artista mais africana e menos europeia. Dicas Black Midi – Speedway https://open.spotify.com/track/5gkUvoww4DaFJRPMYL0kgn?si=9j0n2chyREO2k2IEykdiMQ MC Tha - Rito de Passá https://open.spotify.com/track/7mQF4G6Syae2fCUSSxPjRX?si=VyU4xl7bS_uTxuESlPETbA Prince - Nothing Compares 2 U https://open.spotify.com/track/70Ukvwcp6LkgfRiuUhGV7l?si=B6aQOSiGTI-w0BS2P0Badg Músicas do programa Miles Davis - Blue In Green Miles Davis - So What Dizzy Gillespie - Bebop Miles Davis - Budo The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Take Five Miles Davis – Blue'n'boogie Miles Davis – Freddie Freeloader Miles Davis – Milestones Miles Davis – All Blues
The Shadow of your smile song by Frank Sinatra Music
Original by Dusty Springfield.
The only version of HARVARD BLUES with Lester Young playing the tenor solo.
Elusive - Alien Simulation Farnell Newton - Bamboo Kiefer - 10,000 Days 30/70 - Tempted Dream Shanti - Music In Our Dreams Oscar Hernandez - Alternative Roots Tiago Frugoli Ensemble - Estrada Jazzmeia Horn - Searchin' Makoto Terashita + Harold Land - Dragon Dance Yakul - Bad Karma Midlife - How Long Does It Take Louie Vega and Leroy Burgess - Barely Breakin' Even Tuxedo - You & Me Seeds Of Fulfillment - Namaste (Live) Yazz Ahmed - Ruby Bridges Miles Davis & Lalah Hathaway - So Emotional Joe Armon-Jones - Yellow Dandelion ft Georgia Anne Muldrow McCoy Tyner - Utopia Jaco Pastorius - Kuru / Speak Like A Child Kenyatta Beasley Septet - Simone
Here's my arrangement of Shanice's R&B classic, "I Love Your Smile." It features Camille Thurman on vocals, Tia Fuller on alto sax. personnel: Christian Mcbride - Bass Zaccai Curtis - Piano Stacy Dillard - Tenor Andrae Murchison - Trombone Josh Evans - Trumpet Jerome Jennings - drums and percussion AJ Jennings - percussion
For full tracklisting and Leo Svirsky's latest album 'River Without Banks' on @unseenworlds click here: link.bleep.com/bleep-mix-75-leo-svirsky American composer Leo Svirsky has selected an eclectic 10 tracks for the latest in our Bleep Mix series in line with the release of his latest album River Without Banks, in honour of his first piano teacher Irena Orlov. Ranging from an exert from John Cage "Lectures On The Weather" through various forms of jazz from the likes of Archie Shepp and Charlie Haden, Bromley folk from Comus, Japanese self-released cassette only material from Jack Or Jive and finishing with a beautiful track from "Spirits Rejoice!" by the Louis Moholo Octet.
Hozier - Almost (Sweet Music) (Live At YouTube) Lyrics: I came in from the outside Burnt out from the joy ride She likes to roll here in my ashes anyway Played from the bedside Is "Stella By Starlight" "That Was My Heart" The drums that start off "Night And Day" The same kind of music haunts her bedroom I'm almost me again, she's almost you I wouldn't know where to start "Sweet Music" playing "In The Dark" Be still "My Foolish Heart, " Don't ruin this on me I wouldn't know where to start "Sweet Music" playing "In The Dark" Be still "My Foolish Heart, " Don't ruin this on me Tell me who, and I'll be thanking them The numbered lovers of Duke Ellington Do I owe each kiss to lip and cheek as soft As Chet can sing "Let's Get Lost" And "Let The Good Times Roll" Let "Smoke Rings" from this "Paper, Doll" Blow sweet and thick 'til every thought of "It Don't Mean A Thing" I've got some colour back, she thinks so, too I laugh like me again, she laughs like you I wouldn't know where to start "Sweet Music" playing "In The Dark" Be still "My Foolish Heart, " Don't ruin this on me I wouldn't know where to start "Sweet Music" playing "In The Dark" Be still "My Foolish Heart, " Don't ruin this on me I wouldn't know where I wouldn't know where I wouldn't know where, I wouldn't know where I wouldn't I wouldn't know where I wouldn't know where I wouldn't know where, I wouldn't know where I wouldn't know "The Very Thought Of You" and "Am I Blue"? "A Love Supreme" seems far removed "I Get Along Without You Very Well, " some other nights The radio news reader chimes Reporting "Russian Lullabies" She'll turn to me awake and ask, Is everything "Alright" I wouldn't know where to start "Sweet Music" playing "In The Dark" Be still "My Foolish Heart, " Don't ruin this on me I wouldn't know where to start "Sweet Music" playing "In The Dark" Be still "My Foolish Heart, " Don't ruin this on me I wouldn't know where to start "Sweet Music" playing "In The Dark" Be still "My Foolish Heart, " Don't ruin this on me I wouldn't know where to start "Sweet Music" playing "In The Dark" Be still "My Foolish Heart, " Don't ruin this on me
Swinging At The Steel Pier : Elliot Lawrence And His Orchestra : Nick Travis, Bernie Glow, Al Derisi, Stan Fishelson (tp) Eddie Bert, Fred Zito, Paul Selden (tb) Hal McKusick, Sam Marowitz (as) Al Cohn, Eddie Wasserman (ts) Charlie O'Kane (bar) Elliot Lawrence (p) Russ Saunders (b) Sol Gubin (d) Al Cohn(arr) Live "Steel Pier", Atlantic City, N.J., June 16-21, 1956
Here is a teaser from the upcoming album by the great Per Texas Johansson titled "Stråk på himlen och stora hus". An epic follow up to the praised "De långa rulltrapporna i Flemingsberg". Recorded in the legendary Atlantis studio, and mixed and produced by the great Jari Haapalainen. It will be released on 180g vinyl (limited edition release on clear vinyl, 300 copies)and CD on the 20th of September, 2019. It will hopefully be avaliable from your local recordstore , but otherwise you can find us on www.moserobie.com. Per Texas Johansson – Saxophone, Clsrinets, Oboe, Flute Mattias Ståhl – Vibraphone, Marimba Konrad Agnas – Drums, Timpani Guests: Josefin Runsteen – Violin Margareta Bengtsson – Harp, Choir Rebecka Törnqvist –Vocals, Choir Sara Isaksso – Choir Peter Lindberg – Choir Graphic design by Tora Kirchmeier
LYRICS Instrumental BACKSTORY Usually it takes me a few days to settle on the chords and melody, but this one came to me all at once. Byron was all over the arrangement and picked out an awesome crew to make the noise come alive. This just might be the best one yet! CREDITS Steve Kramer: Songwriter Byron Fry: Guitars, Bass, Keys, Arrangement, Production, Soundscaping, Mix Scott Mayo: Flute and Alto Sax Bill Churchviile: Trumpet Eric Jorgenson: Trombone Drums and Percussion: Richie Garcia Dave Haddad at The Womb: Drum recording engineer Melinda Gibson of Chas Ferry Mastering: Mastering
Tracklist: Brother Joe – Listening Post (unreleased) Joseph Efi – Grey (unreleased) Flying Lotus – Getting There (ft. Nikki Randa) (Warp Records) Eun – Do It For Love (ft. Bubblerap) (self-released) Eric Lau – I'm Fine (ft. Rahel) (Brownswood) Chet Baker – I Fall In Love Too Easily (Pacific Jazz) WAYNE SNOW– Rosie (Hubert Daviz Remix) (Tartelet Records) inglewoodSiR – Hair Down (ft. Kendrick Lamar) (RCA) D'Vo – Self Respect (unreleased) Hector Plimmer – Stack (ft. pie eye collective) (Albert's Favourites) fleetdreams – EKG (Club Mix) (All City Records) BADBADNOTGOOD – Kaleidoscope (Kaytranada Remix) (self-released) K15 & Simbad – Pace & Time (Apron Records) Neue Grafik – I Miss Something (CoOp Presents) Teotima – But I Can't (K15 Remix) (First Word Records) ~ Ben Hayes in the mix ~
8:24:19, 11.16 pictures location hidden in gstatic.com/tv/thumbnails
A deep dive into the extensive discography of influential Brazilian jazz trio Azymuth. For more info on Azymuth check out Far Out recordings [website](https://www.faroutrecordings.com/collections/azymuth)
Fly Me To The Moon. Frank Sinatra.
Inspired by Antonio Carlos Jobim "Wave"