Mix of the Week #332 is "Summer Jazz - Golf Hats and Windbreakers" by Sorcerer Follow and include @sorcerermusic in your track ID requests Previous Summer Jazz mix: https://soundcloud.com/sorcerermusic/sorcerer-summer-jazz-mixx Mix of the Week: Mobile app http://dreamchimney.com/motw/app Mix of the Week: Email List http://dreamchimney.com/motw/subscribe
The Bruce MacLeod Quartet From the album: Tangent: https://music.apple.com/us/album/tangent/1147938067 Bruce MacLeod: Composer, Guitaarist Ken Cook: Piano Doug Miller: Upright Bass Jimmy Hobson: Drums
Bruce MacLeod: Solo Guitar, Composer From the album Early Work: https://music.apple.com/us/album/early-work/936589421
Updated version of this unique Style jazz tune with clearer vocals. Just some random thoughts that I wrote down that I turned into a song. Two parts of the vocals were created with the Texas wind behind me for ambience. Mid 1 jazz guitar 23 (flex- time) Mid 2 funky Dry Rock drums Mid 3 Blues shuffle drums Main vocals surround sound and composer. The rest of the vocals are Composer and surround sound Track studio Daw Beat Maker Record audio and drums. N-track-9 Studio pro extended
Denis Sedovich: acoustic and electric guitars, composition Victor Tab: acoustic and electric guitars Sergey Filippov: mixing, mastering Inspiration: Gypsy Jazz
The Bruce MacLeod Quartet Live studio recording produced and composed by Bruce MacLeod From the album: Parade https://music.apple.com/us/album/parade/267007637 Bruce MacLeod: Guitar Joe Heinemann: keyboards Victor Little: Bass Jimmy Hobson: Drums
(00:00) Sonny Sharrock - Blind Willie (1969) (04:39) Donald Byrd - Stepping into Tomorrow (1974) (09:40) Afrikan Sciences - Two in the Chamber (2014) (14:10) Roy Ayers Ubiquity - The Memory (1976) (18:39) Con Funk Shun - Candy (1979) (23:42) Lightnin' Hopkins - Mojo Hand (1962) (26:40) Moodymann - Wednesday Night People (2000) (28:33) Thin Lizzy - Little Girl in Bloom (1973) (33:12) Calvin Keys - Shawn-Neeq (1971) (38:25) YDI - Mad at the World (2015) (40:00) Lichens - Vevor of Agassou (2007) (43:51) Bobbi Humphrey - Jasper Country Man (1973) (48:32) Cloud One - Flying High (1981) (54:47) Monk Higgins - Just Around the Corner (1968) (57:39) Mass Production - Sky High (1978) (1:01:56) Parliament - Red Hot Mama (1974) (1:06:06) Jeff Mills & Tony Allen - On the Run [Edit] (2018) (1:10:59) Bukka White - Fixin' to Die Blues (1940) (1:13:43) Breakwater - No Limit (1978) (1:17:51) Wally Badarou - Voices (1984)
Hi everybody, welcome to the 25th edition of My Favorite Things, in this Jazz world I love. I’m really happy to have as guest one of the Parisian DJ’s who has had one of the best vinyl Jazz collection I’ve ever seen: DJ Yellow. I met him at Panorama Records, the Shop where I’m currently working, and I can tell you this guy knows his music! Before becoming one of the biggest name of the French touch movement with his label Yellow Productions which included artists like Dimitri From Paris, Joe Claussel, Salome de Bahia and of Course Bob Sinclar, DJ Yellow was during the 80’s a real old school Hip Hop DJ’s who has played at The Palace, les Bains douches and the legendary ‘Chez Roger Boite Funk’ Party at The Globo in Paris. After a decade of fruitful cooperations and dedication to helping other people’s careers, DJ Yellow finally decided to begin Composite Records in 2009, as an outlet for his own sounds, and that of his close friends, including King Britt, Dubfire, San Soda and more. As a producter, DJ Yellow is behind many massive club hits like “No One Gets Left Behind” on Compost Records. As a true passionate musical lover, Alain Ho, continues to dig records ton complete his beautiful collection. For My Favorite Things he did mix to trace a musical path from 60’s to nowadays. As usual I have selected the best of my last digging tracks included the brand new El Michels Affair, Jimi Tenor, Greg Foat and a new fantastic fusion jazz project called The Sultan’s Swing feat Chip Wickham. Enjoy.
First take practice reel. Just trying to get through without any major pileups. :)
Jackie Brown is proud to have Italian jazz wizard Marcello Claudio Cassanelli on board. Marcello a jazz pianist, with master degree in jazz music at the G.B. Martini Conservatory, had a successful and well know contemporary jazz album „Overtour“ from 2018, for which was well received from both audience and critics, such as Jazzit magazine. Marcello, along with Antonio Rapa on drums and Blake C.S. Franchetto on the bass, recorded a jazz-funk EP for Jackie Brown, with strong influences of house and disco music. It's a five track EP, with A side tracks „Welcome“ and „Shark“ sound like IDs from Theo Parish funk and disco sets. B side holds three tracks, with slower tempo, but with swing and groove perfect for sunset chill.
today I invite you on a holiday trip to Latin America; hoy os invito a un viaje de vacaciones a América Latina; dzisiaj zabieram Was w wakacyjną muzyczną podróż do Ameryki Łacińskiej
Performance Video: https://youtu.be/bZ_NaFj81As Art: https://www.pixiv.net/en/artworks/82761625
Radio Jazz studievært Kim Larsen spiller jazz, inspireret af den klassiske musik. Udsendelsen har især fokus på den polske klassiske komponist og pianist Frederick Chopins betydning. Chopin blev født i Polen som Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin i 1810 og døde i Paris i 1849.
Cover of Georgia On My Mind by Ray Charles (written by Hoagy Carmichael)with acoustic guitar and vocals
Hôm qua tự nhiên tìm đc bản có lời thế là lại ngồi dò hợp âm Lyric: When lonely feelings chill The meadows of your mind, Just think if Winter comes, Can Spring be far behind? Beneath the deepest snows, The secret of a rose Is merely that it knows You must believe in Spring! Just as a tree is sure Its leaves will reappear; It knows its emptiness Is just the time of year The frozen mountain dreams Of April's melting streams, How crystal clear it seems, You must believe in Spring! You must believe in love And trust it's on its way, Just as the sleeping rose Awaits the kiss of May So in a world of snow, Of things that come and go, Where what you think you know, You can't be certain of, You must believe in Spring and love
Gordon Cruikshank Quartet recorded at Gleneagles Hotel on 2 Jan 1992