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  • Sam Wilkes - Tonight
    Leaving Records
    04:39
    1,933

    LR137 WILKES world wide release October 5th www.leavingrecords.com ~ "Tonight" features Sam Gendel on Alto Saxophone, Louis Cole on Drums, and Brian Green on Acoustic Guitar

  • Chet Baker - For All We Know
    Dope ♫
    08:59
    Jazz
    3,132
  • Chet Baker - The Party Is Over
    Safena 7
    12:58
    Jazz
    3,121
  • UNNO - Walls (Live)
    Nowadays Records
    05:14
    Electro
    3,026

    UNNO - Amaai Orchestra out on august 01 Stream/Download : smarturl.it/Amaai-Orchestra UNNO : François PRZYBYLSKI, Abraham DIALLO & Joachim SOUHAB Arrangements orchestre : Stéphane TANIEL Piano & Rhodes : Stéphane TANIEL Violons : Frédéric DAUDIN-CLAVAUD & Elisabeth DELANOY Alto : Max DUPUIS Violoncelle : Véronique ROUSSELLE Contrebasse : Jocelyn LAPOTRE Choristes : Pascale MEESEMAECKER, Xavier FOURNIER & Emmanuelle PIOT Follow UNNO : www.facebook.com/WEAREUNNO @weareunno www.twitter.com/WEAREUNNO www.weareunno.com www.jay-fly.com #UNNO

  • Reginald Chapman "Hoodie"
    Fresh Selects
    08:09
    Jazz & Blues
    5,549

    From Reginald Chapman's debut album, Prototype, out now: smarturl.it/regprototype Composed & Arranged by Reginald Chapman Recorded & Mixed by DJ Harrison Reginald Chapman - bass trombone (solo) Ben Ford - trombone Reginald Pace - trombone Bryan Hooten - trombone Karl Lyden - trombone Marcus Tenney - tenor saxophone (solo) DJ Harrison - keys (solo) Andrew Randazzo - bass Corey Fonville - drums

  • (In My) Solitude
    Nico Niquo
    05:20
    Ambient
    331

    Nico Niquo - (In My) Solitude from the album Timeless Pre-order here: https://bit.ly/2MkmQCR ©2018 Daisart / daisart.info From the liner notes: Timeless sees Nico Niquo’s stylistic explorations converge at an unexpected, but long hidden reference point, Jazz-Fusion. Delivering an impassioned album that reconciles the peculiar situation of modern “Australian” music, certain touchstones are reworked into a haze of bent New Age mannerisms and Ambient passages, strung together with a pairing of Dub-Techno impulse and Impressionist musings. However, in retaining an emphasis upon hyperreal sonic landscapes, Nico has crafted a new environment for his electronic inquiries to be re- characterised into mediated form within a bizarro-Jazz realm. With the novel presence of saxophonist and childhood friend Jared Becker, Nico’s forays into the vast lineage of Jazz synthesise and re-interpret all manner of gestures: Strayhorn’s blue moods and sardonic exoticism, Miles Davis’ proto-ambient extended sessions, and the ECM rosters’ explorations into funk, minimalism, and improvisation. The album is titled in part in acknowledgement of the late John Abercrombie's’ Timeless. Puzzlement at an overabundance of gestures and signals with limitless opportunity sees Nico re-focus attention toward considering a personal alternative – one that pays due homage to Jazz and its influence on his music but moves distinctly away from many of its assumed leanings. Timeless is a significant shift from Nico’s earlier work but demonstrates an eagerness to let naturally evolve the possibilities of the project from its foundations. Writing, Production, Mixing, Vocals, Piano, Drums and Percussion by Nico Callaghan Assistant Production, Recording and Engineering by Joseph Buchan Tenor Saxophone and Clarinet by Jared Becker Mastered by Wouter Brandenburg Art, Design and Layout by Samuel Horman.

  • Mister Q (D. Riba)
    CINE RIVIERA, la Radio du Cinéma
    01:52
    Tribute
    376

    Music composed, performed & recorded by Damien Riba (14.08.2018) in tribute to Mister Quincy Jones (Chicago, 1933) Artcover : Quincy Jones, 1955-1959 Tribute to Mister Q (12.000 plays). Né à Chicago en 1933, Quincy Jones vit une enfance difficile : pauvreté, mère internée pour maladie mentale…Pour survivre, il est cireur de chaussures, coursier avant de rencontrer Ray Charles, son aîné de 3 ans, avec lequel il joue en combo dans les clubs puis au sein d’orchestres locaux. À 18 ans, il est boursier au Berklee College of Music de Boston et intégre l’orchestre de Lionel Hampton comme trompettiste-arrangeur... C'est cette époque qui est illustrée musicalement ici pour lui rendre hommage.

  • 01 Golliwog's Cakewalk
    HighNote-Savant Records
    05:01
    Jazz & Blues
    1,729

    CYRUS CHESTNUT - Kaleidoscope HighNote Records HCD 7317 Cyrus Chestnut, piano Eric Wheeler, bass Chris Beck, drums TRACKS 1. Golliwog's Cakewalk 5:02 2. Darn That Dream 5:06 3. Gymnopedie No. 1 6:15 4. Entre cloches 5:44 5. Jimbo's Lullaby 5:26 6. Father Time 5:29 7. Lord I Want to Be a Christian 4:28 8. Son binocle 4:04 9. Smoke on the Water 4:33 10. Gnossienne No. 1 6:57 11. Gymnopedie No. 3 4:07 12. Turkish Rondo 3:37 13. Prayer for Claudine 5:13

  • Syntheticsax - Blue Bossa (Extended Mix)
    Syntheticsax
    07:40
    Disco
    1,251

    Download Backing track and scor for sax alto, tenor, flute - https://sax1.ru/en/product/blue-bossa-disco-version-fonogramma-i-noty-dlya-saksofona-alt-i-tenor/ Download Backing track and scor for sax alto, tenor, flute - https://sax1.ru/en/product/blue-bossa-disco-version-fonogramma-i-noty-dlya-saksofona-alt-i-tenor/ Backing track and sheet music for saxophone - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/saxscore Вконтакте - https://vk.com/sax1ru Instagrm - https://www.instagram.com/russiamusic/ https://www.youtube.com/BackingtrackSheetMusicforSaxophone

  • MY FAVORITE THINGS #10 - Hosted by Psycut
    Music Is My Sanctuary
    02:39:07
    Eclectic
    582

    Hi everybody! In this Tenth Volume, as usual, you can find the best digs, both digital and vinyl. Expect deep Spiritual Jazz from Michael Gregory Jackson and Marion Brown to new things like The Gondwana Orchestra (feat. Dwight Trible), Nicola Conte & Spiritual Galaxy and Blameful Isles - definitely the music I love to listen and share with you. Also, who said that real Hip Hop is dead ? Nas' brand new "Adam & Eve" is such a killer track! Big up to my man Kaidi Tatham - my favourite Broken Beat keys player - for his "In Search of Hope" album. Thanks again to Harv Nagi, Marko Pavlovic and all the Southern Soul Festival's team for having me play their fabulous Organic Stage recently. It was a real pleasure to finish my set, like in this Mix, by Caraibe Jazz Ensemble and the Last Florian Pelissier quintet.

  • LUCHO2099- MY FUNNY VALENTINE
    LORD KANTI
    02:34
    FOOLYCOOLY
    62

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  • Dream a little dream
    BLOSS
    02:04
    2,006
  • I Wish I Knew How - Jennifer
    JVW
    03:09
    Jazz & Blues
    140

    I Wish I Knew How It Would feel To Be Free - Composed by Billy Taylor. Performed by Jennifer O'Hara accompanied by Charlie Moon on guitar. Produced by Charlie Moon at the JVW Studios.

  • Rise & The Heritage Ensemble - Unity Suite
    Mecca:83
    07:00
    Jazz & Blues
    3,580

    It's been 7 years since Rise last appeared. This time he's back with a full spiritual jazz suite! Free Download: https://solarsoundsystem.bandcamp.com/track/unity-suite

  • Nuages-Lenny & Larry live 1977
    Telerian
    05:34
    Jazz & Blues
    191

    You could hardly find two players more different in their approach than Lenny Breau and Larry Coryell, but they found common ground and had big fun doing it. For sure it’s frantic at times and very different from Lenny’s classic approach but it’s a real kick to hear him blow into Larry’s Django-esque style and beyond, and it shows how incredibly intuitive and adventurous Lenny could be. I think what I recall most from that evening is the pure joy they both took from the experience, pushing things further with every chorus, often surprising the audience as well as themselves. They had never played together and, if memory serves, this gig was supposed to be solo sets, Lenny opening for Coryell. But Larry asked Lenny to do a set together and they spent a few minutes between sets just to decide on a few tunes… and that was it, about as spontaneous as you can get. Anyway, it was unique in so many ways, not just the music. Like at one point in their set when Lenny was really on, Larry suddenly stood up, dramatically leaving the stage & sitting down in a chair up front (it was a performance in itself) throwing up his hands in feigned exasperation and saying something like ‘send in the calvary’! It was a trip & funny as hell, but with total respect for Lenny, who hardly noticed, as he was totally into his thing. In just a minute or two Larry rejoined Lenny and they continued their musical adventure. So here they are, at the Exit/In in Nashville, exploring Django’s classic tune, ‘Nuages’. Stephen Anderson

  • 03 Gymnopedie No. 1
    HighNote-Savant Records
    06:14
    Jazz & Blues
    921

    CYRUS CHESTNUT - Kaleidoscope HighNote Records HCD 7317 Cyrus Chestnut, piano Eric Wheeler, bass Chris Beck, drums TRACKS 1. Golliwog's Cakewalk 5:02 2. Darn That Dream 5:06 3. Gymnopedie No. 1 6:15 4. Entre cloches 5:44 5. Jimbo's Lullaby 5:26 6. Father Time 5:29 7. Lord I Want to Be a Christian 4:28 8. Son binocle 4:04 9. Smoke on the Water 4:33 10. Gnossienne No. 1 6:57 11. Gymnopedie No. 3 4:07 12. Turkish Rondo 3:37 13. Prayer for Claudine 5:13

  • Reverberation #330
    Reverberation Radio
    34:58
    Jazz & Blues
    1,599

    1. Nostalgia 77 - Cheney Lane 2. Michael White - The Blessing Song 3. Ernie Hawks & The Soul Investigators - Cold Turkey Time 4. Hamid El Shaeri - Ayonha 5. The Soundcarriers - Let It Ride 6. Mind Gamers - Come To America 7. Bobby Oroza - This Love 8. Gil Scott-Heron - Your Daddy Loves You www.ReverberationRadio.com

  • Angel Eyes
    The Warheads
    06:11
    Chill
    154

    Composer : Matt Dennis

  • Exercise 24 But Beautiful Van Heusen & Burke
    Samuel Bolaños Whangpo
    03:30
    FLjazzpiano
    350

    Exercise 24 for Jazz Course at Futurelearn with Ray D'Inverno Free exercise. A standard trying to use either root position or voicings and other tools studied in the course. No backing track. Well, this was more difficult than expected since I had to make all the choices. In this exercise I chose the standard and had no guide at all from Ray. All mistakes are mine and no one else's. But I had a lot of fun choosing the standard, and trying to figure out what to do with the chord, tune, rhythm, etc. Hopefully, I''ll be able to improve it when I learn more. I feel I'm still a basic student of jazz. By the way, my impro's mmm well, I need to work a lot on that. I did the recording with my Yamaha cp 40, but I guess the volume was too high. Tried to fix that with bit with audacity. I know very little about sound software. I guess you need external speakers to get an acceptable sound, my keyboard records in just one way and it seems sound has to be treated to be heard well in all devices, but I do not know how to do that.Something about reducing the bit rate and hertz and hmm

  • Peel Me A Grape - Jennifer O'Hara
    JVW
    04:18
    Jazz & Blues
    109

    Peel Me A Grape - Composed by Dave Frishberg Performed by Jennifer O'Hara accompanied by Charlie Moon on guitar Produced by Charlie Moon at the JVW Studios

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