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  • Reginald Chapman "Jebbish (TROX Remix)"
    Fresh Selects

    A highlight from 'Prototype Remixes' – a full double-album of 13 different producers all remixing tracks from trombonist/composer Reginald Chapman's 2018 debut album 'Prototype' – out now on Fresh Selects: Remix Produced & Mixed by TROX Mastered by Kelly Hibbert @ Almachrome Artwork by Tawfiq Mardini Character Illustration by Ghostdrank Original version produced and arranged by Reginald Chapman Recorded and mixed by DJ Harrison Players: Reginald Chapman - bass trombone Marcus Tenney - trumpet John Lilley - tenor sax David Hood - alto sax Scott Flynn - trombone Devonne Harris - keys Andrew Randazzo - bass Corey Fonville - drums Follow: @reginald-chapman @trox-diesel @freshselects

    sounds good!
    Ambient, Downtempo, Contemporary Jazz, TripHop, R&B, Fusion Jazz, Modal

    MONDAY MIX - SGMM013 FREE FALLIN’ Tracklist 1. Ana Roxanne - Suite pour l’invisible 2. Ambient Jazz Ensemble - Cinematize 3. The Clifford Gilberto Rhythm Combination - Concrete Cats 4. Sen Morimoto - How It Is 5. Four Tet - Two Thousand and Seventeen 6. Arlo Parks - Super Sad Generation 7. Les McCann - Sometimes I Cry 8. Ahmad Jamal - Soul Girl 9. Miles Davis - Iris 10. Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto - By The River 11. John Carroll Kirby - Wind 12. Errol Reid - Dream (pt. 2) 13. Eli Keszler - Which Swarms Around It

  • Billy's Barefoot Adventures - 21 - Democratic Republic of Congo
    Billy Caso

    By far one of my favorite musical journeys so far, I take you to the Democratic Republic of Congo. An up-lifting mix of rhythm, Rumba, Soukous and Afro-latin grooves. After the Congo Crisis and their independence from Belgium in the 1960’s, between the 1960s and 1970s, Congolese musicians absorbed musical influences from various parts of the world. Genres included American jazz, rhythm and blues, European and Cuban music. The Afro-Latin sounds of Cuba were so influential that some Congolese musicians even sometimes sang in Spanish. New genres were created such as Congolese rumba or Soukous and the Congolese guitar style influenced numerous musicians in the African continent. Musicians based in Leopoldville (now Kinshasa) and Brazzaville were very popular and thousands of fans throughout the Congo and elsewhere in Africa danced to their songs. Legends of the scene included Docteur Nico, Grand Kallé and Tabu Ley, Franco’s OK Jazz Orchestra and Verckys. DRC has over 200 native languages including French, but in the end I found dear Cédric Dh to record the introduction in the native Lingala language. Thanks again for listening. Enjoy SOURCE: TRACKLIST Dr Nico & L’ African Fiesta Sukisa - Nayedi Abidjan Zaire Attack - Mabe Ya Mbila Jeannot Bombenga _ Vox Africa Mobali ya Ngelele Michelis Fe The Hi Fives Anna Tabuley - Joujou Zewa Belmondo Tabu Ley Rochereau - Monsieur Malonga Orchestre Sinza Ma Loukoula Dr Nico & l'African Fiesta Sukisa - BIANTONDI KASANDA Tabu Ley Rochereau feat. L'African Fiesta National - Fiesta kombo ya sika Zaire Attack - Finga Mama Munu Nico Kassanda - Aruna Dewayon - Niama Ya Zamba M'Boka M'Boka Dr Nico & l'African Fiesta Sukisa - TU M'AS DÉÇU CHOUCHOU Vicky Longomba - Viclong Julie Bemi - Nabosani Ndako Grand Kalle & African Jazz - Mama Ngai Habanera Zaire Attack - Polo Mayemba - Sam Mangwana & L'Orch Beya Maduma#Jeannot Bombenga _ Vox Africa Bebe na Jeannot Jeannot Bombenga _ Vox Africa Bebe na Jeannot L'OK Jazz, Franco - Kinsiona Tabu Ley Rochereau feat. L'African Fiesta National - L'âge et l'amour Grand Kallé - Bana Na Nwa Orchestre Kiam - Kamiki Franco, Le TP OK Jazz feat. Bitshou, Boyibanda, Youlou - Likambo ya ngana

  • Midiminuit feat. Hani - Welcome (STW Premiere)
    Stamp The Wax
    Atmospheric Modern Classical

    A sparse, hypnotic and experimental take on modern classical and jazz from French outfit Midiminuit. Taken off their second album for Hôtel Costes Studio HC series. Read More & Buy: Listen on Youtube:

  • Today I'm Facing the World (A Day in Miami Trailer)
    Sergey Neiss

    Available for download here! Written and arranged by, vocals: Sergey Neiss Drums, Mixing: Nicholas Sibley Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone: Luke Nemitz

  • Strolling - Smooth Jazz Mix (2010)
    DJ Dimsa
    Jazz & Blues

    01 00:00 Chris Standring - Good Medicine 02 04:18 Planet lounge - Shiva Dance 03 07:40 Lazy Hammock - Island Lover 04 10:55 Four 80 East - Eastside 05 16:15 Marion Meadows - Steppers...Let's Do This 06 19:57 Sophia Nelson - Woman In Love 07 25:30 Four80East - Noodle Soup 08 27:56 Chris Botti - Drive Time 09 32:55 Naoki Kenji - Let It Flow 10 35:39 Ronny Jordan - London Lowdown 11 40:28 George Benson - When Love Comes Calling 12 46:12 Rippingtons & Jeffrey Osborne - I'll Be Around 13 49:30 Down To The Bone - Long Way From Brooklyn

  • When Sunny Gets Blue
    lofi hip hop

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  • WOMAD At Home - Sarathy Korwar

    Sarathy Korwar has established himself as one of the most original and compelling voices on the UK jazz scene, known for his skill in adapting Indian classical rhythms which he learned as a tabla player to non-Indian percussion instruments. In this improvised session with an ensemble comprising synths, saxophone, flute, drums and percussion, a binaural head microphone was placed in the middle of the drum kit, allowing the listener to experience the session from the drummer’s perspective. RECORDING CREDITS Sarathy Korwar – Drums and Tabla Magnus Mehta – Percussion Al MacSween – Keys Danalogue – Synthesizers Tamar Osborn – Saxophone Recorded and Mixed at Real World Studios by Oli Jacobs and Oli Middleton. Photography and Videography by York Tillyer Listen to this performance until 24/09/2020

  • One Note Samba
    Elison Nunes

    Testing XT Keyboards Rhodes MK

  • Three Farinas
    Jazz & Blues

    The Bruce MacLeod Quartet From the album: Early Work Bruce MacLeod: Composer, Guitar Ken Cook: Grand Piano Doug Miller: Upright Bass Jimmy Hobson: Drums Cover photo: Kevin MacLeod Recorded at Marin West Studios, CA Mastered by Joe Tarantino at Fantasy Records

  • Joints & Jams w/ Beat Pete - September 2020

    Beat Pete was live with Joints & Jams Episode 6. This month it’s library music and fusion for the full 120, featuring tracks from Weldon Irvine, David Axelrod, Rino De Filippi, and more.

  • Fly Me To The Moon - the Macaron’s project Cover
    Sofia Alaine Valencia
    Jazz & Blues
  • For Suko
    internet user

    luv u buddy 1 you can depend on me 2 blue daniel 3. contemplation 4. one by one 5. daahoud

  • In A Sentimental Mood - Prod. by Lee Mo
    Lee Mo
    Jazz & Blues

    An 80's spin on a jazz standard. Enjoy! All instruments: Lee Mo

  • Insomniac's Dream, Vol. 1

    Insomniac's Dream | Mixed by @wahinedj Thanks for listening. Support good music with a like/repost/comment. Subscribe: Follow: & Tracklist 1 Bakar' // Boozoo Bajou // Stereo Deluxe 2 Nowhere // Quantic & Denitia 3 Last Breath of Sunshine // Andres Y Xavi // Midnight Riot 4 San Roque // The Ipanemas 5 Umi Says // Mos Def 6 Sirmaqabe (No Secrets) // Iftin Band 7 Shida // Khruangbin 8 Hipps // El Michels Affair 9 I Am Black Gold of the Sun // Rotary Connection & Minnie Ripperton 10 Beauty // Ben Westbeech 11 Prelude (Theme from Mais al Rim) // Ziad Rahbani 12 Sell the Dub // Dave Mathmos 13 Never Be // YSE SAINT LAUR'ANT // Whiskey Disco 14 I Need Somebody To Love Tonight (Psychemagik Remix) // Sylvester // Craft Recordings 15 Keep On Rollin' // The Patchouli Brothers 16 I Don't Know Why // Paul Older // Slightly Transformed 17 Hot Hands // Eddie C 18 Desire // Levantine // Editorial 19 Start the World // D. Lord // Universal Cave 20 Tartaruguê (versāo Tapioca Discos) // Kampana 21 Joy // Buzz Compass // Editorial 22 I Don't Like Acid // LNTG 23 Femme // Shalvoy, Hifi Sean // Midnight Riot 24 Shadow Of Your Smile (DJ Goce "Prshuto" Edit) // Brother Jack McDuff 25 Nada De Sol // JKriv //Razor-n-Tape

  • ~COVER: Don’t Know Why by: Norah Jones~
    Jazz & Blues

    dont mind my random off the beat soft snapping, it’s all apart of the jazzy karaoke v. memos vibe!! 😂

  • Dream A Little Dream Of Me Cover
    Kaeli Davis
    Folk & Singer-Songwriter

    Take 01, cover of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong :)

  • Krótar - Vicente Macian
    Latino Blanco
    Jazz & Blues

    Premezcla del tema Krótar, original del saxofonista Vicent Macian, un adelanto de su disco "Llum". Vicent Macian_Saxo Tenor Carlos Martin_Trombón Alberto Palau_Piano Renier Elizalde "El Negrón" _Contrabajo Iago Fernandez_Batería

  • Ep. 49 - Claes Oldenburg's "Giant Toothpaste Tube" (1964)
    The Lonely Palette

    Somewhere between the life of the mind and the boots on the ground sits Pop artist Claes Oldenburg, who wants us to see that both of those worlds are one and the same, and that there's value, and even beauty, to our joy-sparking stuff (and maybe we can finally let ourselves admit it.) See the images: Music used: Django Reinhardt, “Django’s Tiger” The Andrews Sisters, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen" The Blue Dot Sessions, “Cradle Rock,” “Sylvestor,” “A Little Powder,” “Our Only Lark,” “Town Market,” “Contrarian,” “The Rampart” Joe Dassin, “Les Champs-Elysees" Episode sponsor: Support the show!

  • F u l l M o o n P a r t y
    Jazz & Blues

    [MapleStory BGM] Full Moon Party (Jazz Cover)