A new single from Harvey Sutherland, recorded in London. Tenor Sax: Nubya Garcia Drums: Kahlil Memphis Double Bass: Michael Shrimpling Keyboards: Harvey Sutherland Written, recorded, arranged and produced by Harvey Sutherland in London and Melbourne String arrangements by Harvey Sutherland and Tamil Rogeon Strings recorded at Smecky Music Studios, Prague Mix engineer: J. David Franzke Mastering engineer: Wouter Brandenburg at Brandenburg Mastering Lacquer cut @ Schnitstelle Artwork: Nicko Phillips A Clarity Recordings Release
BUY VINYL: http://www.darkentriesrecords.com/store/vinyl/stroer-duo-fluchtweg-madagaskar-lp/ Hans P. and Ernst Ströer are the Ströer Bros. Based close to Munich, Bavaria, they work as composers, arrangers, musicians, producers and authors, traveling between many different musical worlds. Hans plays bass, guitars and piano, Ernst plays all kinds of drums and percussion. The two of them descended from the wildly expanded jazz brew of the ’70s. In early 1979 Hans went on a six week tour through eleven African countries as a bass player in Jazz guitarist Volker Kriegel’s group Mild Maniac Orchestra. Inspired by his experiences on tour, Hans suggested to do a freestyle album together with Ernst. Avantgarde pianist Wolfgang Dauner’s Jazz label Mood Records offered them one week of studio time in the well equipped rooms of an old sugar factory between Christmas and New Years Eve 1981. They spent every minute in the studio, sleeping in the recording room, switching between mixing console and musical instruments. The brothers recorded their own performances and engineered the mixes, drumming, playing bass, guitars, all kinds of percussion and keyboards, singing and yelling. The result was the album ‘Fluchtweg Madagaskar’ (“escape route to Madagascar”) released in 1982. The contrast between African and German lifestyles, underlined by the early 80s tensions between nuclear warheads and the peace movement can be felt at the very core of this album. The fear that Germany could become an atomic battlefield made many young Germans think about emigration. Using a walkman hidden in their pocket, the brothers took numerous field recordings sampled over gripping, heavily accented rhythms. A true independent album, music and early sound design without boundaries nor limits. All songs are remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. Each copy includes double sided insert with lyrics, photos and liner notes by the duo.
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Dr. Timothy Leary Ph.D. "Part 1: How Should Psychedelic Drugs Be Used?" (LSD / 1966 / Pixie Records) Philippe Sarde "Pierre Et Hélène" (Les Choses De La Vie / 1970 / Philips) Gianni Ferrio "Le Capitaine Nemo" (L'Île Mystérieuse / 1973 / Cinevox) Pink Floyd "A Spanish Piece" (More / 1969 / Columbia/Odeon) Louis Chedid "Et Je La Vois M'Emmener (Instrumental)" (Nous Sommes Des Clowns / 1974 / CBS) Emerson, Lake & Palmer "Lucky Man" (Emerson, Lake & Palmer / 1970 / Island Records) Altin Gün "Sad Olup Gulmedim" (On / 2018 / Les Disques Bongo Joe) Nu Guinea "Nuova Napoli" (Nuova Napoli / 2018 / NG Records) Ben Sidran "Lust (Ole Smokey Edit)" (I Lead A Life / 1972 / Blue Thum Records) D.J. Harvey "C Is For Charlie (Pt. 2)" (Close To The Edit - Pt. 1 / 2006 / Razor Records) Les Paul & Mary Ford "Smoke Rings" (Bye Bye Blues! / 1952 / Capitol Records) Unknown "Canal Street (Ivan Smagghe Edit)" (A Few Things From Ivan Smagghe... / 2010 / Kill The DJ Records) Henri Texier "Le Piroguier" (Amir / 1976 / Eurodisc) Gabor Szabo "24 Carat" (Belsta River / 1970 / Four Leaf Records) The Rias Orchestra Conducted By Helmuth Brandenburg "Amram" (Babylon A.M.C. / 1978 / Intersound) Serge Gainsbourg & Michel Colombier "Cadavres En Séries" (Le Pacha / 1968 / Philips/Wewantsounds) The Aloof "Never Get Out The Boat (The Gosh Mix)" (Never Get Out The Boat / 1990 / Ffrr) Kiwi "We Are Here" (Mushroom House EP3 / 2017 / Toy Tonics) J.D. Twitch "Dalbouka" (C-Cat Trance - Screaming Remixes Vol. 1/ 2018 / Malka Tuti) Jack Cutter & Paqua Feat. David Harks "Serpent Strut (Larry Heard's Fingers Deep Club Mix)" (Serpent Strut / 2018 / Claremont 56) Ali Kuru "Causa" (Mandari EP / 2016 / Leng) John Martyn "1984 (Summer Of Lovefingers Mix)" (Blackdisco Vol. 1 / 2007 / Blackdisco) Can "Sunday Jam" (Can / 1979 / Mute) Supermax "Dance Dance Dance (Part I & II)" (Don't Stop The Music / 1977 / Atlantic) Nu Guinea "Je Vulesse" (Nuova Napoli / 2018 / NG Records) The 8th Day "Cheeba (Ashley Beedle Re-Edit)" (Message In The Music: The Ashley Beedle Re-Edits / 2013 / Harmless) The Mogol "Wild Flower" (Dances And Rhythms Of Turkey / 1972 / Concert Hall)
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FRANK MORGAN & GEORGE CABLES Montreal Memories HighNote Records HCD 7320 Frank Morgan, alto saxophone George Cables, piano TRACK LISTING 1. Now's the Time 6:30 2. All the Things You Are 7:02 3. A Night in Tunisia 7:46 4. ‘Round Midnight 5:31 5. Confirmation 4:59 6. Blues for Rosalinda 8:27 7. Helen's Song 8:24 8. Lullaby 5:03 9. Nefertiti / Billie's Bounce 7:23 Jazz duo recordings can provide an exceedingly wide range of musical expression including but not limited to, profundity, humor, tenderness, introspection, exuberance and a whole host of others which can all change at the drop of a flatted-fifth. This type of mercurial interplay is on full display on this live gig from the Théatre Port-Royal in Montreal, Canada. Morgan and Cables played together frequently and their improvising is imbued with an almost telepathic communication. Cables’ large piano tone is the perfect accompaniment to Morgan’s slightly dry, Bird-like sound. At the same time, their spontaneity and sheer joy of music making succeeds in even making the chestnut “All the Things You Are” sound fresh and newly wrought.
Guitarra Solo - Luísa Freitas Baixo - Bruno Millan Bateria - Mateus Nogueira Guitarra Base - Yuri Federsoni Ninho de Vespa, grande composição de Dori Caymmi. Gravado e mixado por Lucas Maggieri e masterizado por Fernando Sobreira Rala no estúdio da Faculdade Santa Marcelina. Gravando o primeiro frevo de muitos ! A música foi um grande desafio e um prazer enooorme de montar. Mesclando o frevo com a linguagem do fusion, e, claro, muitos pedais.
Pinner and I are back again with our original edgy funky fusion, Oh No! Stephan Lipinski's such a marvelous musician, and weaves his guitar soloing through this modal, behind the beat, syncopated groove. Follow Stephan's extensive collection of jazz and blues inspired recordings: https://soundcloud.com/pinner And for a playlist of the 40+ tunes we have recorded together: https://soundcloud.com/jamie-rhind/sets/smokin-with-stephan-stephan Thanks as always for your generous time listening, for your comments and for your shares
Recorded direct from a DV Mark Little Jazz playing a Soloette Songbird Jazz.
RS Berkeley Legend Series Chris Potter mouthpiece, Otto Link Florida era "T" ligature, Rico Orange box 3.5 reed.
Anne QUILLIER : Rhodes, Moog, Composition Pierre HORCKMANS : Clarinette Guillaume BERTRAND : Batterie Enregistré en novembre 2017 au studio l'Artscène Adrian BOURGET : Prise de son, mixage, réalisation Raphaël JONIN : Mastering, studio J Raph ing - France Benjamin FLAO : Dessin Bruno BELLEUDY : Artwork
I do not play the guitar in this track, all credit for the guitar track goes to Sua Voz e Violão on YouTube Thanks :^)
Live Session w/ Tomchess (NY) & Esat Ekincioğlu (IST) Live recorded at Kasheme 5.9.18 An Improvised Music informed by Oriental Music, Free-Jazz, World Roots Music, and a total universe of internal information moment to moment. Simultaneously a means to an end and an end in itself; both journey and goal, a combination of virtuosity, sensitivity and curiosity; an expression of natural spontaneous balance creating its own style as a soundsign continuum. Tomchess and Esat Ekincioglu together spontaneously create a unique musical language that alter perceptions and encourage us to imagine different alternatives in music and life. www.kasheme.com https://www.facebook.com/kashemezurich/
Bit of the ol' razzle dazzle. My cover of a tune knocked together by Louis Prima. Made from a combination of the old standard “I Ain’t Got Nobody” and an Austrian song about a former soldier who has to make money by being a hired dancer. Such a fun song to sing
PAT BIANCHI - In the Moment Savant Records SCD 2173 Pat Bianchi, organ Paul Bollenback, guitar • Byron Landham, drums TRACK LINTING & GUEST ARTISTS 1. Humpty Dumpty 3:41 w/ Joe Locke & Carmen Intorre, Jr 2. Blue Gardenia 7:20 w/ Peter Bernstein 3. Don't You Worry ‘Bout a Thing 7:31 4. Mr. PM 3:45 w/ Pat Martino & Carmen Intorre, Jr 5. Barracudas 7:47 6. Crazy 5:24 7. No Expectations 6:52 8. I Want to Talk About You 5:42 w/ Kevin Mahogany 9. Fall 7:10 w/ Joe Locke & Carmen Intorre, Jr 10. Four in One 4:28 w/ Joe Locke & Carmen Intorre, Jr Capable of everything from vibrato-laden intimate murmurings to sermonizing at a roaring volume, the jazz organ can sometimes be strangely dispiriting - like being stuck at a bar with a non-stop talker. PAT BIANCHI will have none of that, eschewing all the clichés and displaying the instrument’s versatility with a setlist that ranges from Chick Corea to Patsy Cline to Monk and Billy Eckstine. For this, Bianchi’s first recording on Savant, the leader has brought along a number of friends and colleagues including PAT MARTINO, JOE LOCKE, CARMEN INTORRE, JR. the late, lamented KEVIN MAHOGANY and others making for an extra-special debut recording.
Autumn Leaves (Originally Performed By Nat King Cole) YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/YP_9eOrgo_w
audio sampled: 'the way i love you' (acapella) ~ ashanti 'a night in tunisia' & 'monk's moods' (live) ~ art of brass vienna 'heather on the hill' ~ robert farnon & george shearing 'the things we did last summer' ~ vic damone visual art: scene from david lynch's 'fire walk with me'