L.O.V.E. (Nat King Cole / Frank Sinatra / Michael Buble)
This song is dedicated to Jan Ackermann. Thanks for the inspiration and a wonderful guitar. https://www.janakkerman.nl
A Jazz remix to Boussy's 7at eedoh yah.
This video was uploaded on the Youtube Channel Let me explain Studios, and I really enjoyed this song, so I thought I'd upload it. Original Video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZHzDwK18sQ
Featuring: Romero Lubambo: guitar Larry Grenadier: bass Bashiri Johnson: guitar Produced by Matt Pierson Recorded and mixed at Sear Sound, NYC by Chris Allen Mastered by Mark Wilder at Battery Studios, NYC
For the video accompanying this recording, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzLY1hW0TPc
Music & Lyrics by Andy Bean The Singers: Noel Wells as Dominator Fred Tatasciore as Dominator The Players: Jim Cox - Piano Michael B Green - Drums Keith Karman - Bass Guitar Andy Bean - Guitars and Organ Charles DeCastro - Trumpet Justin Rubenstein - Trombone Joshua Kaufman - Clarinet Recorded at: Capitol Studios - Los Angeles, CA Atomix Media - Van Nuys, CA Andy Bean's Garage - Los Angeles, CA Recording Engineers: Gabe Moffat, Tom Rogers, & Andy Bean Mixed by Gabe Moffat
French jazz circa 1947 - LOVE Eartha Kitt, so playful and sultry! *earphones on* Cara Manglapus (lead vocals), Alex Salva (piano, backing vocals), Xtine Mercado (bass, backing vocals), Anabec Silverio (drums)
Miles Davis - Smoke gets in your eyes
Artist: Web Web Title: Maroc Blues Catalog No: CPT 520-3 Format: Digital only !!! This upload is in low resolution quality... (128mp3) NEW ALBUM "Dance Of The Demons" RELEASE: 10/2018 PRE-ORDER HERE: https://CompostRecords.lnk.to/WebWeb_DanceOfTheDemons „Maroc Blues“ is the first single from the forthcoming second Web Web album “Dance Of The Demons”. The “german jazz super group” (Süddeutsche / SZ) invited the famous singer and Gembri player Majid Bekkas, who also performs on other tracks on the album. On “Maroc Blues” you can hear the warm sound of the Gembri’s resonating box – a three stringed skin-covered bass plucked lute used by the Gnawa people – together with Majids wonderful voice, reflecting the ancient trasition of the berbers. Web Web mastermind Roberto Di Gioia added some earthy elements for the radio version.