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  • [Painted Plummet] Let Me Explain
    [RP]retribution
    01:27
    Painted Plummet
    1,815

    'bout time art by @thedboy pp discord: https://discord.gg/AKJubTw

  • 100% Lounge
    iwamizu
    48:03
    2,876

    From his 20,000 songs collection. Dedicated to all the great musicians/artists in this mix. Featured Artists: Roby Lakatos & His Ensemble, Soulstance, Roger Molls, Yves Montand, David Holmes, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Ronny Jordan, The Chillout Connection, Ramsey Lewis, Yuji Ohno, Pizzicato Five and Grover Washington Jr. Artwork, Mixed and Mastered by Satoshi Iwamizu instagram: www.instagram.com/satoshi_iwamizu/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/album/aporia/1383673304?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/63WIhANR6U2C6R3lpWLXxN Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/iwamizu_Aporia?id=Bb54z6us2vymng3os43qhkbgnxa Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Aporia-Explicit-iwamizu/dp/B07D15KHRL/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1526132941&sr=8-10&keywords=iwamizu bandcamp: iwamizu.bandcamp.com/aporia

  • 100% Piano
    iwamizu
    31:54
    1,250

    From his 20,000 songs collection. Dedicated to all the great musicians/artists, but except for me definitely, I'm not great at all :( Featured Artists: Shuhei Mizuno, Ennio Morricone, Fred Hersch, Bill Sharpe, Bill Evans, Akira Senju, Ryo Fukui, iwamizu and Seymour Bernstein Artwork, Mixed and Mastered by Satoshi Iwamizu instagram: www.instagram.com/satoshi_iwamizu/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/album/aporia/1383673304?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/63WIhANR6U2C6R3lpWLXxN Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/iwamizu_Aporia?id=Bb54z6us2vymng3os43qhkbgnxa Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Aporia-Explicit-iwamizu/dp/B07D15KHRL/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1526132941&sr=8-10&keywords=iwamizu bandcamp: iwamizu.bandcamp.com/aporia

  • 1 genji sawai/hikobae
    mulemusiq/endless flight
    02:29
    2,446

    collection of japanese obscure jazz fusion compiled by dubby(ondas) studio mule6 "2LP&CD" distributed by kompakt cover photo by mika kitamura Midnight In Tokyo 2, the second installment to the compilation series that rounds up hidden gems by Japanese artists that's perfect for listening at night in Tokyo, is here. This time the collection brings together some tasty electric jazz fusion from the '80s , compiled by Dubby, the man behind the online record store Ondas. The compilation begins with "Hikobae," a dark and slow cosmic jazz by saxophonist Genji Sawai, followed by "Danza Lucumi," an odd Caribbean-style jam by Today's Latin Project, a band fronted by Tadaaki Misago of Tokyo Cuban Boys, with arrangements by Yasuaki Shimizu. "On The Coast" is a soulful and mellow vocal track arranged by Ryuichi Sakamoto, from guitarist Shigeru Suzuki's album White Heat, and fusion boogie cut "In The Hot City" is by Mr. Theodore, which was a one-off project by a mysterious artist. The melancholic soul jazz number "So Long America" is the title track from the album Yasunori Soryo released in '82, following a stint in America with the band Brown Rice. "Twisty" is a tropical reggae tune from the album Samba Kathy, an underrated classic by Jugando which was released on Trash, a sublabel of one of Japan's finest jazz labels, Trio. "Samarkand" is an electric Latin jazz jam that sounds like something Miles Davis and Santana could have played on, performed by a Latin funk band from Fussa. "Imagery" is a primal African fusion track by Katsutoshi Morizono, a member of the prog rock band Yoninbayashi. "Windmill" is the most acoustic sounding tune on this compilation, a breezy Brazilian affair with a Hermeto Pascoal feel. "Mystery Of Asian Port" is by the band Parachute, which consisted of Japanese fusion giants like Akira Inoue, Tatsuo Hayashi and Masaki Matsubara. The cosmic jazz record sounds like something Daniele Baldelli would play in his sets. "Bay Sky Provincetown 1977" is a classic Japanese fusion tune by guitarist Yuji Toriyama. The set also features the mellow but danceable "Heatwave" by keyboardist Keiichi Oku, featuring a female vocalist (which some have identified as Rie Ida), and last but not least, closing out the 13 track compilation is "Day Dream At The Bob's Beach," a wonderful urban fusion with a beautiful vibraphone melody, from the Japanese fusion classic album that was a one-off project by studio musicians.

  • MBK Feat. The Infamous Spoodie of the Rebirth (we at celebration hall every Wednesday night)
    TBC Brass Band
    05:02
    Jazz & Blues
    588

    To Be Continued Brass Band, or TBC Brass Band, the subject of a documentary titled From the Mouthpiece on Back, is a jazz band formed in 2002 by young men who grew up in the 7th and 9th Wards in New Orleans, Louisiana. They sought to avoid the life that befell many of their friends and classmates involving drugs and violence by creating a jazz and brass band. The band started at Carver Senior High School in New Orleans where the band's eventual leader and tuba player, Jason Slack, borrowed instruments from Carver's band director. Some of the instruments were taped together. For example, the tuba was taped with duct tape to patch a hole in the horn. The band received permission from Carver's principal to play a set on the school grounds. The school's reaction simply was "wow," and the TBC Brass Band was on its way. TBC started with no manager and no guaranteed gigs so the band played on the streets of New Orleans, establishing a presence on the corner of the legendary Bourbon and Canal Streets in the French Quarter. The band quickly became popular, and hordes of fans spontaneously surrounded the band and danced around the band's regular street corner. As explanation for the band members' support and love for another, the band's trumpet player succinctly states "We sometimes say, we're all we got. Well, we're all we got." In addition, TBC continued the time-honored New Orleans tradition of leading "second line" parades at funerals of members of their community. Second line is a unique New Orleans parade where a jazz band accompanies the family of the deceased at the grave site with somber tunes. But once outside the cemetery, as the procession hits the streets, the band erupts into celebratory life-affirming music as the bereaved dance in celebration of the life of the deceased.[1]

  • Frenesi - From Charlie Sepúlveda - Songs for Nat
    HighNote-Savant Records
    05:21
    Jazz & Blues
    604

    Charlie Sepúlveda and the Turnaround Songs for Nat HighNote Records HCD 7316 Puerto Rican trumpeter Charlie Sepúlveda has been a fixture of the Latin jazz world since the late 1980s when he played in the band of pianist and composer Eddie Palmieri. During the 1990s, a renaissance period for el jazz Latino, the brassman toured and recorded with an array of great artists including Tito Puente and the Golden Latin Jazz All Stars, Dizzy Gillespie and the United Nation Orchestra, Wynton Marsalis, Hilton Ruiz, Steve Turre, Dave Valentin, Danilo Pérez, and Paul Simon among others. He launched his own group, The Turnaround, 25 years ago, and has been turning the tables on the traditional Latin jazz format ever since.

  • 01. Tuxedo Junction - Nigels Greasy Sack
    Tuxedo Junction
    04:29
    10,955

    Seasoned party rockers Father Funk & Bear Twists deliver their first EP under their new alias Tuxedo Junction - serving up a stiff cocktail of Swing, Jazz and Bass, tailor made for the dancefloor. “Swing, Shaken Not Stirred” does just what it says on the tin, shaking up the Electro Swing sound by combining elements of Electro, Glitch Hop, Drum & Bass and Garage with the sultry sounds of Swing and Jazz. Featuring collaborations with swing veterans [email protected] in the [email protected] and Captain Flatcap, and already receiving support from heavyweights such as Stickybuds, Defunk and WBBL, Tuxedo Junctions debut EP is set to cause quite the stir (or should I say shake) this summer. Digging the swing vibes, good production and fat bass, nice job guys. - Stickybuds Super fresh and very interesting, banging! - Basement Freaks Every other swing producer should be shaking in their tiny swing pants after hearing tuxedo junction. Next level on every level - WBBL Bumpin party music with that sweet tang of swing and jazz music. Fun for all kinds of music lovers. Love the variety of beats! - Defunk Unearthing Father Funk’s new EP is like discovering the missing link between the festival dance floor of today and the smokey late night jazz clubs of yesteryear. Niiiice! - Nick Hollywood @tuxedojunctionswing www.facebook.com/tuxedojunctionswing/ @ragtime-records www.facebook.com/RagtimeRecords

  • dream a little dream of me
    Behopboy_
    02:36
    Pop
    1,034
  • TBC Fire Water Feat. SpyBoy Ju'Wan Bordreaux
    TBC Brass Band
    04:06
    Jazz & Blues
    471

    To Be Continued Brass Band, or TBC Brass Band, the subject of a documentary titled From the Mouthpiece on Back, is a jazz band formed in 2002 by young men who grew up in the 7th and 9th Wards in New Orleans, Louisiana. They sought to avoid the life that befell many of their friends and classmates involving drugs and violence by creating a jazz and brass band. The band started at Carver Senior High School in New Orleans where the band's eventual leader and tuba player, Jason Slack, borrowed instruments from Carver's band director. Some of the instruments were taped together. For example, the tuba was taped with duct tape to patch a hole in the horn. The band received permission from Carver's principal to play a set on the school grounds. The school's reaction simply was "wow," and the TBC Brass Band was on its way. TBC started with no manager and no guaranteed gigs so the band played on the streets of New Orleans, establishing a presence on the corner of the legendary Bourbon and Canal Streets in the French Quarter. The band quickly became popular, and hordes of fans spontaneously surrounded the band and danced around the band's regular street corner. As explanation for the band members' support and love for another, the band's trumpet player succinctly states "We sometimes say, we're all we got. Well, we're all we got." In addition, TBC continued the time-honored New Orleans tradition of leading "second line" parades at funerals of members of their community. Second line is a unique New Orleans parade where a jazz band accompanies the family of the deceased at the grave site with somber tunes. But once outside the cemetery, as the procession hits the streets, the band erupts into celebratory life-affirming music as the bereaved dance in celebration of the life of the deceased.[1]

  • Watermelon Man
    Jim Alfredson
    07:16
    Jazz & Blues
    265

    Jim Alfredson - Hammond XK5 Randy Napoleon - guitar Altin Sencalar - trombone Zach Adleman - drums

  • Premiere: Pablo Color - Parasol (7pm) [Ish Records]
    YoungOnes
    04:24
    Balearic
    596

    Since the start of last year when we first heard his mesmerising debut release, we have been keeping tabs on Zurich based artist Pablo Color. Finally, we can announce the follow up release and it’s a beautiful 7-track album. Once again, he releases via local independent label, Ish Records. Layered with that gorgeous echo-laden guitar we’ve grown accustomed to hearing from Pablo, the album, 'La Calle Roja', is a triumph from start to finish. The LP, on a Japanese-style sleeve written in both English and Japanese, features guests such as Lexx, Gigi Masin, Fu and Chee Shimizu. Premiering on YoungOnes is our pick from the LP, ‘Parasol 7pm’. Head over to the Ish Bandcamp from 16th June to listen to the rest of the album. -- EARLIEST MUSICAL INFLUENCES: PC: Tortoise - TNT, The Sea and Cake - Oui, Milton Nascimento - Club da, Esquina, Kings of Convenience, John Martyn - Solid Air / One Word, Nick Drake, Pat Metheny - Beyond the Missouri Sky and John Abercrombie - Timeless / Characters THE IDEAL SETTING TO LISTEN TO THIS: PC: Sunset and/or Blue Hour FILE IT NEXT TO: PC: Woo, Paqua and Ishinohana... -- Pablo Color: https://soundcloud.com/pablocolor www.youngonesuk.com

  • Blues for DP - from HOUSTON PERSON & RON CARTER -- Remember Love
    HighNote-Savant Records
    05:32
    Jazz & Blues
    394

    HOUSTON PERSON & RON CARTER Remember Love HighNote Records HCD 7315 Over twenty-five years ago, this duo began their first collaboration with an album entitled Something In Common. Six releases later they remain committed to the format, but with time on their side they have become empathetic and open-minded colleagues. In this session of standards, the tunes have been culled from the American Songbook with the intention of providing unabashed look at life, love youth and beauty. Person's tenor tone is smooth, warm and easygoing, and the duo format brings out his romantic side. Carter, meanwhile, is in complete charge of the music's harmony and rhythm, well aware of the manifold accompaniment possibilities each tune presents, and able to move seamlessly between an astounding number of those possibilities. So if you want to hear two masters at work, playing off and for each other, this is the place to be.

  • [Painted Plummet] Customer Service
    Plaine Bagel
    00:52
    246

    fifi shut up

  • 2 today’s latin project/danza lucumi
    mulemusiq/endless flight
    01:44
    1,355

    collection of japanese obscure jazz fusion compiled by dubby(ondas) studio mule6 "2LP&CD" distributed by kompakt cover photo by mika kitamura Midnight In Tokyo 2, the second installment to the compilation series that rounds up hidden gems by Japanese artists that's perfect for listening at night in Tokyo, is here. This time the collection brings together some tasty electric jazz fusion from the '80s , compiled by Dubby, the man behind the online record store Ondas. The compilation begins with "Hikobae," a dark and slow cosmic jazz by saxophonist Genji Sawai, followed by "Danza Lucumi," an odd Caribbean-style jam by Today's Latin Project, a band fronted by Tadaaki Misago of Tokyo Cuban Boys, with arrangements by Yasuaki Shimizu. "On The Coast" is a soulful and mellow vocal track arranged by Ryuichi Sakamoto, from guitarist Shigeru Suzuki's album White Heat, and fusion boogie cut "In The Hot City" is by Mr. Theodore, which was a one-off project by a mysterious artist. The melancholic soul jazz number "So Long America" is the title track from the album Yasunori Soryo released in '82, following a stint in America with the band Brown Rice. "Twisty" is a tropical reggae tune from the album Samba Kathy, an underrated classic by Jugando which was released on Trash, a sublabel of one of Japan's finest jazz labels, Trio. "Samarkand" is an electric Latin jazz jam that sounds like something Miles Davis and Santana could have played on, performed by a Latin funk band from Fussa. "Imagery" is a primal African fusion track by Katsutoshi Morizono, a member of the prog rock band Yoninbayashi. "Windmill" is the most acoustic sounding tune on this compilation, a breezy Brazilian affair with a Hermeto Pascoal feel. "Mystery Of Asian Port" is by the band Parachute, which consisted of Japanese fusion giants like Akira Inoue, Tatsuo Hayashi and Masaki Matsubara. The cosmic jazz record sounds like something Daniele Baldelli would play in his sets. "Bay Sky Provincetown 1977" is a classic Japanese fusion tune by guitarist Yuji Toriyama. The set also features the mellow but danceable "Heatwave" by keyboardist Keiichi Oku, featuring a female vocalist (which some have identified as Rie Ida), and last but not least, closing out the 13 track compilation is "Day Dream At The Bob's Beach," a wonderful urban fusion with a beautiful vibraphone melody, from the Japanese fusion classic album that was a one-off project by studio musicians.

  • What's Going On
    C.SN
    04:17
    Jazz-Funk
    394

    “What’s Going On” is the second of five tracks from “Parallel Disguise” Written by Marvin Gaye Mixed by C.SN Mastered by X:144 Rhodes, Synths - C.SN Vibraphone - Joe Martone Trumpet, Guitar - Nathan Kent Bass Guitar - Scott Fulton Drums - Julian Hogan

  • Chet Baker - I'm a Fool to Want You lofi loops remix
    Nassem
    03:33
    844

    자면서 쳐 들으쇼 ~

  • Wyld Magnolia Feat. Glen David Andrews
    TBC Brass Band
    02:55
    Jazz & Blues
    287

    To Be Continued Brass Band, or TBC Brass Band, the subject of a documentary titled From the Mouthpiece on Back, is a jazz band formed in 2002 by young men who grew up in the 7th and 9th Wards in New Orleans, Louisiana. They sought to avoid the life that befell many of their friends and classmates involving drugs and violence by creating a jazz and brass band. The band started at Carver Senior High School in New Orleans where the band's eventual leader and tuba player, Jason Slack, borrowed instruments from Carver's band director. Some of the instruments were taped together. For example, the tuba was taped with duct tape to patch a hole in the horn. The band received permission from Carver's principal to play a set on the school grounds. The school's reaction simply was "wow," and the TBC Brass Band was on its way. TBC started with no manager and no guaranteed gigs so the band played on the streets of New Orleans, establishing a presence on the corner of the legendary Bourbon and Canal Streets in the French Quarter. The band quickly became popular, and hordes of fans spontaneously surrounded the band and danced around the band's regular street corner. As explanation for the band members' support and love for another, the band's trumpet player succinctly states "We sometimes say, we're all we got. Well, we're all we got." In addition, TBC continued the time-honored New Orleans tradition of leading "second line" parades at funerals of members of their community. Second line is a unique New Orleans parade where a jazz band accompanies the family of the deceased at the grave site with somber tunes. But once outside the cemetery, as the procession hits the streets, the band erupts into celebratory life-affirming music as the bereaved dance in celebration of the life of the deceased.[1]

  • 02. Tuxedo Junction - Bermuda Blues
    Tuxedo Junction
    03:44
    5,768

    Seasoned party rockers Father Funk & Bear Twists deliver their first EP under their new alias Tuxedo Junction - serving up a stiff cocktail of Swing, Jazz and Bass, tailor made for the dancefloor. “Swing, Shaken Not Stirred” does just what it says on the tin, shaking up the Electro Swing sound by combining elements of Electro, Glitch Hop, Drum & Bass and Garage with the sultry sounds of Swing and Jazz. Featuring collaborations with swing veterans [email protected] in the [email protected] and Captain Flatcap, and already receiving support from heavyweights such as Stickybuds, Defunk and WBBL, Tuxedo Junctions debut EP is set to cause quite the stir (or should I say shake) this summer. Digging the swing vibes, good production and fat bass, nice job guys. - Stickybuds Super fresh and very interesting, banging! - Basement Freaks Every other swing producer should be shaking in their tiny swing pants after hearing tuxedo junction. Next level on every level - WBBL Bumpin party music with that sweet tang of swing and jazz music. Fun for all kinds of music lovers. Love the variety of beats! - Defunk Unearthing Father Funk’s new EP is like discovering the missing link between the festival dance floor of today and the smokey late night jazz clubs of yesteryear. Niiiice! - Nick Hollywood @tuxedojunctionswing www.facebook.com/tuxedojunctionswing/ @ragtime-records www.facebook.com/RagtimeRecords

  • Between Two Stars (Jazz Demo - Vintage Humbucker Guitar & Organic Fingered Bass)
    Shota Yamamoto
    01:55
    Jazz & Blues
    477

    Vintage Humbucker Guitar & Organic Fingered Bass by Fujiya Instruments Official Demo "Between Two Stars" composed by Shota Yamamoto Guitars: Vintage Humbucker Guitar V1.5 (a.k.a. Junk Guitar) https://fujiya-instruments.com/jp/products/junkguitarforkontakt.html Bass: Organic Fingered Bass https://fujiya-instruments.com/jp/products/organicfingeredbass.html (Piano: Pianoteq 6 | Drums: BFD 3)

  • 3 shigeru suzuki/on the coast
    mulemusiq/endless flight
    01:44
    954

    collection of japanese obscure jazz fusion compiled by dubby(ondas) studio mule6 "2LP&CD" distributed by kompakt cover photo by mika kitamura Midnight In Tokyo 2, the second installment to the compilation series that rounds up hidden gems by Japanese artists that's perfect for listening at night in Tokyo, is here. This time the collection brings together some tasty electric jazz fusion from the '80s , compiled by Dubby, the man behind the online record store Ondas. The compilation begins with "Hikobae," a dark and slow cosmic jazz by saxophonist Genji Sawai, followed by "Danza Lucumi," an odd Caribbean-style jam by Today's Latin Project, a band fronted by Tadaaki Misago of Tokyo Cuban Boys, with arrangements by Yasuaki Shimizu. "On The Coast" is a soulful and mellow vocal track arranged by Ryuichi Sakamoto, from guitarist Shigeru Suzuki's album White Heat, and fusion boogie cut "In The Hot City" is by Mr. Theodore, which was a one-off project by a mysterious artist. The melancholic soul jazz number "So Long America" is the title track from the album Yasunori Soryo released in '82, following a stint in America with the band Brown Rice. "Twisty" is a tropical reggae tune from the album Samba Kathy, an underrated classic by Jugando which was released on Trash, a sublabel of one of Japan's finest jazz labels, Trio. "Samarkand" is an electric Latin jazz jam that sounds like something Miles Davis and Santana could have played on, performed by a Latin funk band from Fussa. "Imagery" is a primal African fusion track by Katsutoshi Morizono, a member of the prog rock band Yoninbayashi. "Windmill" is the most acoustic sounding tune on this compilation, a breezy Brazilian affair with a Hermeto Pascoal feel. "Mystery Of Asian Port" is by the band Parachute, which consisted of Japanese fusion giants like Akira Inoue, Tatsuo Hayashi and Masaki Matsubara. The cosmic jazz record sounds like something Daniele Baldelli would play in his sets. "Bay Sky Provincetown 1977" is a classic Japanese fusion tune by guitarist Yuji Toriyama. The set also features the mellow but danceable "Heatwave" by keyboardist Keiichi Oku, featuring a female vocalist (which some have identified as Rie Ida), and last but not least, closing out the 13 track compilation is "Day Dream At The Bob's Beach," a wonderful urban fusion with a beautiful vibraphone melody, from the Japanese fusion classic album that was a one-off project by studio musicians.

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