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Old 31-07-2010, 01:19 PM   #41
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Good posts, man!

Here's something I adore. One of Robert Miles' latest directions.


And yes that is THE Robert Miles who did 'Children'.

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Good posts, man!

Here's something I adore. One of Robert Miles' latest directions.


And yes that is THE Robert Miles who did 'Children'.

WOOT! This one is dope. Haven´t heard this before. Awesome shit. Reminds me alot of some classic compositions. I will buy this one...for sure. Thanks for that.

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No worries.

Got some more.


This makes me melt.


This is just mindblowng. Brilliant modern alt jazz-funk band.

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Good ones. The Acoustic Ladyland sounds really interesting.

One of the "newer" Jazz records that hides somewhere in my shelf. I have to search this one again. It´s a sideproject from my man Carl Craig straight out of Detroit. I love him (not really ).

Innerzone Orchestra - Bug In The Bassbin (Jazz Version)



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A few more for the night...

Another Holy Grail of Jazz. This Records goes for 300$ and more. Good luck in finding this one as a original. Sahib Shihab produced most of his records in Europe. He played flute and sax sometimes in a slightly different way. Very hard. But with so much soul...

Sahib Shihab - Om Mani Padme Um



Some Spiritual Jazz from the Black Jazz label. Beautiful.

Doug Carn - Western Sunrise



Dirty and raw. A real dancefloor jazz classic. And not for the average user.

Stone Alliance - Sweetie-Pie



Another classic from the scene. This one is one of their rare tunes that is even danceable. But they keep this shit real. It´s crazy playing this one in a club and watching 200 people totally freaking out.

Art Ensemble Of Chicago - Theme De Yoyo



One of my favorite Blue Note recordings. Live from 1969. So damn cool. But Lonnie did so many great albums, it was really a hard decision which one to show.

Lonnie Smith - Move Your Hands



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Some fresh Jazz to keep things alive...

The first track for today is "Baltimore Oriole" from Lorez Alexandria. Released in 1978 this one is a pure analog drum and bass track that´s more than 30 years old. As I listened to this for the first time in the studio of a friend of mine I was thinking like "What the f..k!".

Lorez Alexandria - Baltimore Oriole



Anybody here who don´t know Bill Cosby? Of course most of you know him and the Bill Cosby Show. But do you know his song "Hicky Burr"? A hell of a track which will rule every party. Enjoy his collaboration with Quincy Jones.

Bill Cosby - Hikky Burr



In some of my last posts I already mentioned Trudy Pitts. This time I show you "Organology" from her other album which was released on the Prestige label too. Beautiful artwork btw. This is how you have to play the B3!

Trudy Pitts - Organology



Dom Um Romano...woot! One of my favorite brazilian artists. This little gem has everything you need to keep the dancefloor on fire. I love this (and the Rhodes of course)! :banana:

Dom Um Romao - Samba De Nanh



Edu Lobo is another great artist from Brazil. Mostly known for his "Upa Neguinho" this one is another popular song from him. Enjoy!

Edu Lobo - Reza



From Brazil we now head straight to Poland and listen to "The Novi Singers". Some awesome vocalists with a lot of skill (and soul of course). Enjoy!

The Novi Singers - Torpedo



The last one comes from Wolfgang Dauner. "Take Off Your Clothes to Feel the Setting Sun" is the kind of hippie sound you´ll enjoy in the summer while hanging around at the beach with some of your best friends. Released in Germany in 1970. Some kind of Psyche Soul Jazz and more...

Wolfgang Dauner - Take Off Your Clothes to Feel the Setting Sun



Enjoy!

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Hi, it´s me again. I´m hanging around at my girlfriends flat, the sun is shining and I´m feeling fine. So here we go again. Some nice Jazz tunes for a nice weekend.

To Be - Glücklich



Tania Maria - Transamazonica



Quarteto Em Cy / Tamba Trio - Vento Bravo



Berry Lipman - Exotic Drums




Ambros Seelos Orchester - Mabusso



Willi Bobo & The Bo Gents - Broasted or fried



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Good morning Jazz People!

Today we start with Karin Krog, one of the most famous jazz singers from norway. Enjoy her astonishing voice in "Ode to Billy Joe" together with another exceptional artist: Dexter Gordon.

Karin Krog - Ode to Billy Joe



Some of you might know the following tune because "All Seeing I" hit #11 in the UK single charts with their cover version of it in 1998. But this one is the shit. Buddy Rich on drums with his 12-year-old daughter Cathy on vocals.

Buddy Rich - The Beat Goes On



Perphaps most of you do know Ravi Shankar. But this time I will show you his nephew Ananda Shankar who did a few highly sought after records in the 70s. Pure psychedelic Funk Jazz from India. There are far too many great tunes out there from him but how about this one...

Ananda Shankar-Streets Of Calcutta



From India back to Europe and the famous MPS (Music Produktion Schwarzwald) label from Germany. Awesome label, lot of must have records. One of them is "Noisy Silence - Gentle Noise" from the Dave Pike Set. Check out Mathar. A shure shot on every party.

Dave Pike - Mathar



The next one is a classic. Sampled a lot of times by numerous artists. Bob James "Nautilus" from his CTI album "One". A really deep one.

Bob James - Nautilus



IMHO one of the most important music records of all time. David Axelrods "Song of Innocence" on Capitol from 1969. Imagine one huge orchestra, some jazzy elements and a funky drummer in the background and you will have one of the most sampled records in HipHop history (Cypress Hill, A Tribe Called Quest etc). He was also the producer of Cannonball Adderley and a few others.

David Axelrod - Song Of Innocence



Another "Cypress Hill" sample. Gary Burtons "Las Vegas Tango".

GARY BURTON Las Vegas tango



The last one is another classic from the scene. Eddie Russ "Lope Song". Groove on...

Eddie Russ - Lope Song



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this is the kind of stuff that like , euro/fusion feel



oh btw Chander sardjoe ( the drummer ) is just insane , last time i saw him live it was one the best music experience in my life


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Some new Jazz Love...

A damn funky B3 Groover. This one is for your feet.

Bobby Forrester - Uncle Funky





The next one is one of the best drummers ever: Bernard "Pretty" Purdie. Very famous in the 60s & 70s. Here we go...

Bernard "Pretty" Purdie - Hap'nin






Anf for the latin lovers overhere I will recommend you a guy called Pucho. He and his latin Soulbrothers made a bunch of awesome records in the 60s. If you see one of them grab it. You won´t be disappointed.

Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers Chitterlings Con Carne





From the OST "Fritz The Cat" comes this classic. Mamblues by Cal Tjader. Enjoy!

Cal Tjader - Mamblues





And now Ladies and Gentleman: Mr. Peter Herbholzheimer. He died earlier this year in Cologne and made some great recordings in the 70´s and 80´s. Enjoy his super duper funky track "The Catfish".

Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination And Brass - The Catfish





One of my personal favorites. I played this one every night and the crowd went mad. Awesome tune from this british Jazz Rock group.

Nucleus - Rat's Bag




And now one of the funkiest combos from brazil: Banda Black Rio. Back in the days their records were so much sought after you wonn´t believe it.

Black Banda Rio - Mr. Funky Samba





Finally one of the rarest Jazz records of all time: Don Cunningham Quartet "Something For Everyone". If I remember correctly a small record company called Luv N` Haight paid more than 1000 bucks in the early 90s to grab a copy for a reissue. Only 500 original copies have been pressed and sold on concerts.

Don Cunningham Quartet - Something For Everyone






Well, that´s it for now...have a nice day and groove on! :banana:



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i don't know what took me so long to find out about this thread :d

some favourites of mine :


harmony progression goes really really crazy at about 5:00 till the end of the video

i've always loved the music of these guys...

also ... Medeski, Martin & Wood

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Bumping this thread!

I've had a bit of a Dave Brubeck period for quite a while I'm totally mental about Blue Rondo a la Turk, but I'm moving towards Charles Mingus at the moment- I've gone through a bunch of his live albums. I've also been listening to some Paco Pastorius and Weather Report the last few days. Going to post some favorites.





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Bumping this thread!

I've had a bit of a Dave Brubeck period for quite a while I'm totally mental about Blue Rondo a la Turk, but I'm moving towards Charles Mingus at the moment- I've gone through a bunch of his live albums. I've also been listening to some Paco Pastorius and Weather Report the last few days. Going to post some favorites.





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Desmond and Jim Hall are the shit
wow this is incredible, thanks!
do you know any similar artists?

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You guys should really check this out! It's NPR's Jazz Profiles a ton of great documentaries about an hour long each. Lovely material, mighty inspiring to listen to some of them.

http://www.npr.org/series/10208861/npr-s-jazz-profiles
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Jazz is close to my heart as well. I used to be Head of engineering at one of the UK's biggest radio production companies (Occasionally I still freelance for it). I used to be the engineer for a programme called Jazz on 3 on BBC Radio 3 awesome programme that just one a Sony Gold Radio award. Jazzz on 3 showcases some of the best Jazz there is and alos has no problem poking around in the fringes of Jazz and the avant garde. You can listen using the BBC I player and use the listen again feature.

Interesting I have yet to master much Jazz music though I did master this trio recently....

http://www.1224project.co.uk/#/home/4544940664

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fkin sexy version this one!! i'd love to have a transcript. alas i cant be bothered. thats the spirit!!!

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Nice one tuneboxii, you got any more?

Really loving Ornette Colemans album The Shape of Jazz to Come featuring Charlie Haden on bass. It's one of the first free jazz records notable because they have no real chord player, which was the concept. Basically they started off with a simple chord structure then Charlie Haden just followed what was playing and moved with the music. It's such a monumental and brilliant piece of work. Hauntingly beautiful if you ask me.

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