Reposez-vous mais surtout, restez chez-vous Tracklist >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 1 - Birds of Space - Teddy Lasry (RCA, 1976) 2 - La petite fille de la mer - Vangelis (Polydor, 1973) 3 - Mike Mills - Air (Source, 2003) 4 - The way we were - Gladys Knight & The Pips (Buddha Records, 1974) 5 - Concierto de Aranjuez - Jim Hall, Paul Desmond, Chet Baker, Roland Hanna, Ron Carter, Steve Gadd (CTI, 1975) 6 - You never know - Shakatak (Polydor, 1981) 7 - Day Break - Haruomi Hosono, Takahiko Ishikawa, Masataka Matsutohya (CBS, 1979) 8 - Ten Et Tiwa Dorment - Alain Goraguer (La planète sauvage - Pathé, 1973) 9 - Je veux te dire une chanson - Angelillo Et Hamel (Barclay, 1974) 10 - UNTITLED - Kate Bollinger (Not on label, 2019) 11 - Be mine - Amandla Stenberg (Euphoria OST, 2019)
Few people asked me to make a music selection for Peace to uplift our spirit. In those dark days I found comfort in those guitars and hope in the Soul & Blues. Together we can transcend negative energies with the magical power of Music. May you be Safe, Healthy. Many blessings and much gratitude to those masters (below) for paving the way with miracles: The Isley Brothers & Santana - Gypsy Woman Shuggie Otis - Purple ZZ Top - Blue Jeans Blues B.B. King - The Thrill Is Gone Jimi Hendrix - Jungle Santana - Do You Remember Me Santana - The Calling (feat. Eric Clapton) John Mayall - California B.B. King & Eric Clapton - Three O'Clock Blues Gil Scott-Heron - Gun Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Chitlins Con Carne Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Riviera Paradise J.J. Cale - Cloudy Day Peter Green - Just for You Shuggie Otis - Sweet Thang Eric Clapton - Magnolia (feat. John Mayer) Muddy Waters - Feel Like Going Home ARTWORK: The Dove of Peace by Pablo Picasso WAÏ
Original blues song, swing it daddio!
Farid Syed a.k.a $miley is a Malaysian-French musician, vocalist and instrumentalist currently based in Kuala Lumpur. The multi-talented producer has honed his skills on instruments like the drums, piano and flute over the years by continuously experimenting with different producers and live musicians which has led him to the present. Following up on his collaborative project celêtre with fellow musician Greybox from Indonesia, $miley ventures into his first solo release with us through a track that speaks volumes on what we can expect from him in the future. Harmoniously blending the jazzy drums and dreamy piano progressions with euphonious vocals from $miley, we’re pleased to present to you, Truth Be Told. Tune in & enjoy! Produced, Mixed and Mastered by Farid Syed Composed by Farid Syed Additional Production by Greybox Additional Vocals by Monica Karina 2020 SaturdaySelects @smilepourmoi You can download the track here : https://bit.ly/3bvFjoG Artwork by Roshan (www.instagram.com/thebeardedcameragod/)
Tonight and for the first time in my musician career, I was supposed to present a personal project at the Confluent Jazz Festival in Namur, but Corona had other plans for this evening... So here is a demo of one of the numbers me and the band would have performed! ... This is really just a demo performed by myself, so be indulgent... Enjoy ;-)
songs in this one summertime- public library commute spanish joint - d'angelo the days of wine and roses - mancini, mercer
Doing a jazz/pop Frank Sinatra classic on a rainy, quarantine day.
Easy listening, smooth jazz
"Memoir" represents the broad spectrum of emotions that I've experienced moving through life. 1. Jon Lucien - Kuendo 2. Terry Callier - What Color is Love 3. Kutiman - Once You Near Me 4. Stevie Wonder - The First Garden 5. Alice Coltrane - Turiya & Ramakrishna 6. Ramsey Lewis - Gemini Rising 7. Jon Lucien - Luella 8. John McLaughlin - My Foolish Heart 9. DJ Rogers - Love is On The Way 10. Lonnie Liston Smith - Peace 11. Bobbi Humphrey - You Make Me Feel So Good 12. Patrice Rushen - Before The Dawn 13. Roberta Flack - Ballad of The Sad Young Man 14. Donny Hathaway - Sunshine Over Showers 15. Syreeta - Heavy Day 16. Chico Hamilton - The Morning Side of Love 17. DJ Rogers - Saved By Love 18. Stevie Wonder - Power Flower 19. Lonnie Liston Smith - Love Beams 20. Hilton Ruiz - 'Round Midnight 21. Me'Shell Ndegeochello - The Chosen 22. The Robert Glasper Experiment - All Matter 23. Curtis Mayfield - When Seasons Change 24. Gino Vanelli - Where Am I Going
Track created as part of a recording class at Collin College. Ron arranged and plays all the parts.
Free Download ... Throwing it back to 1962 with a fresh beat... guaranteed to get hips shaking and swinging! If you're not familiar with Mel Torme, check out his stuff... he's incredible! Dapper AF! .. Enjoy Bandcamp: https://djcmanmusic.bandcamp.com/
Chaque samedi, PAM Club vous invite à danser chez vous en vous proposant les mixes de ses amis DJ. Cette semaine c'est Franck Descollonges qui passe derrière les platines avec une sélection biguine et jazz créole de haut vol. Grand collectionneur de vinyles, il nous fait l'honneur de sortir ses plus belles perles de jazz créole et biguine antillaise.
New album out now https://smarturl.it/yene_mircha It's been a long, winding road to Hailu Mergia's sixth decade of musical activity. From a young musician in the 60s starting out in Addis Ababa to the 70s golden age of dance bands to the new hope as an emigre in America to the drier period of the 90s and 2000s when he mainly played keyboard in his taxi while waiting in the airport queue or at home with friends. More recently, with the reissue of his classic works and a re-assessment of his role in Ethiopian music history, Mergia has played to audiences big and small in some of the most cherished venues around the world. With his 2018 critical breakthrough "Lala Belu" Mergia consolidated his legacy, producing the album on his own and connecting with listeners through his vision of modern Ethiopian music. Extensive touring after the record revealed an artist who is in no way stuck in the nostalgia for the “golden age” sound. The press agreed, including the New York Times, BBC and Pitchfork, calling his music “triumphantly in the present” in its Best 200 Albums of the 2010's list. Mergia's new album "Yene Mircha" ("My Choice" in Amharic) encapsulates many of the things that make the keyboardist, accordionist and composer-arranger remarkable—elements that have persisted to maintain his vitality all these years, through the ebb and flow of his career. The rock solid trio with whom he has toured the world most recently, DC-based Alemseged Kebede (bass) and Ken Joseph (drums), forms the nucleus around which an expanded band makes a potent response to the contemporary jazz future "Lala Belu" promised. "Yene Mircha" calcifies Mergia's prolific stream of creativity and his philosophy that there is a multitude of Ethiopian musical approaches, not just one sound. Enlisting the help of master mesenqo (traditional stringed instrument) player Setegn Atenaw, celebrated vocalist Tsehay Kassa and legendary saxophone player Moges Habte from his 70s outfit Walias Band, Mergia enhances his bright, electric band on this recording with an expanded line up on some songs. Mergia produced the album which features several of his original compositions along with songs by Asnakesh Worku and Teddy Afro. An artist still reinventing his sound every night on stage during his marathon live sets, this 74-year-old icon refuses to make the same album twice. His creative process in the studio—starting with the core band, then after listening extensively over weeks and months adding more sounds and instruments—is as urgent and risky as his concerts can be, pushing the band to the outer limits of group improvisation and back with chord extensions during his exploratory solos. "Yene Mircha" captures this live experience and fosters an expansive view of what else could be in store for this tireless practitioner of Ethiopian music.
I like this song. Here is a cover.
I fell in love with this version of Duke Ellington's "Mood Indigo", had to add a beat and crank the bass.