Ever since I watched Sakamichi No Apollon (Kids On The Slope), I have been obsessed with this song. I hope you enjoy.
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
From "Let There Be Love" a live album recorded with the Ronnie Scott's house band, celebrating Nat "King" Cole.
2h de mix Konpa Live avec les meilleurs sons Live konpa de l'année 2017. En vous souhaitant une bonne écoute et surtout bonne et heureuse année 2018 en pleine santé ! ;)
Earliest musical influence? I: Mostly funk and disco music from the 80’s. Giorgio Moroder, Sly and the Family Stone, Red Hot Chili Peppers early albums... Ideal setting to listen to this? I: Cozy living room, with a glass of vine after a good Italian dinner. File it next to? I: Billy Cobham - Spectrum See more: https://bit.ly/2u7UzY6 -- Ichisan's Aperitiv (https://soundcloud.com/ichisan/sets/ichisan-aperitiv-bordello-a-parigi-rec-2017), released last year, was so good that Amsterdam based Bordello A Parigi decided to return for a second helping from his sumptuous debut album. Four choice cuts have been selected and reworked with a specific instrument focus. The harpsicord version of 'Hotel Jama' keeps the intoxicating melody of the original but allows beats to relax as notes shine with an incandescent brilliance. Drums put their feet up for the Rhodes version of 'Modri Tunel'. Deep strings and lounging lines mingle in this work of smoke swirling seduction. 'Kozmetika (Trumpet Version)' dances to a different tune. Rich bass is again central but this time brash and bold brass intertwine with funk filled bars. The last waltz arrives with the piano version of 'Terminal E'. Alluring notes ascend, rising and falling against heartwrenching guitar strings for a finale to end this ballroom inspired beauty. Ichisan: https://soundcloud.com/ichisan Bordello A Parigi: https://soundcloud.com/bordelloaparigi www.youngonesuk.com
http://eartheatrerecords.com http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/ear-theatre-vol.-2/id428181067 http://www.amazon.com/Ear-Theatre-Vol-2/dp/B004YZKJQC “My Funny Valentine” was composed by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart for the Broadway musical “Babes in Arms”, in 1937. Over the years “My Funny Valentine” has become one of the most recorded and performed song in history. The range and depth of artists who have recorded this masterpiece is almost endless and includes iconic artists such as Miles Davis, Chet Baker, Bill Evans, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Ella Fitzgerald. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook! http://twitter.com/#!/eartheatre http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ear-Theatre/144536342258111
If you can, please follow me on Apple Music & Spotify https://itunes.apple.com/se/artist/christian-lindquist/id288579941?l=en https://open.spotify.com/artist/2QiW536ikg1NgIkaCvRg8s "Over the Rainbow" (often referred to as "Somewhere Over the Rainbow") is a classic Academy Award-winning ballad, with music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. The youtube version of my recording is https://youtu.be/cCSYwAnYT4I It was written for the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz, and was sung by actress Judy Garland in her starring role as Dorothy Gale.
Composed by Anthony Hamilton Arranged by Daniel Jamieson Live from the 2013 North Sea Jazz Festival
Who said melodicism and swing couldn't blend with big fat bass? · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · STEEZMONKS return with a hit remix for the epic ''Louis Armstrong - It Don't Mean Thing'', legendary component of the history of swing and jazz music. After last year's cover by Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett, it was difficult to imagine a melodic house dance version of this track. However, Steezmonks have done it. ''The new melodic tendency in dance music was getting a bit too soft for us. We as composers and musicians really appreciate melodicism and live instruments over electronic sounds, but without failing to fill up those lows in order to make people bounce. This track totally reflects this; it is a super fusion of swing/deep/nu disco/techno with a very sexy and elegant essence for everyone to get down to, day and night :D '' - Steezmonks. · Free download: https://steezmonks.toneden.io/spotlight/louis-armstrong-aint-got-that-swing-steezmonks-remix-3 · Steezmonks on FACEBOOK: facebook.com/Steezmonks
über das glück - hermann hesse miss you - trentemøller dexter - ricardo villalobos die blaue stunde - Ingeborg bachmann stufen - hermann hesse nocturne op. 55 no.1 - chopin dancing dommune - acid pauli (set) vorlesung über den satz der identität - martin heidegger la maza - mercedes sosa der prozess - franz kafka (leser unbekannt) in a sentimental mood - chet baker youtan -yør kultura lied vom kindsein - peter handke barfuss durch gras - hauschka melody day - caribou (four tet remix)
"Don't Know Why" is the second single by Norah Jones from her breakthrough 2002 album Come Away with Me. Music & Arrangement : Stephanus Jason (Guitar) https://soundcloud.com/stephanusjason Edwardkeyz (Piano) https://soundcloud.com/edward-ricky-nainggolan Make sure to go and check out their stuff!!!
This track is from Red Baraat's debut album, Chaal Baby. Sunny Jain - dhol / drumset / percussion Rohin Khemani - tavil / doumbek Tomas Fujiwara - drumset Arun Luthra - soprano sax Mike Bomwell - tenor sax Sonny Singh - trumpet Mike Williams - bass trumpet Dave Smith - trombone John Altieri - sousaphone Recorded/engineered by Sal Mormando at Kaleidoscope Sound, Union City, NJ Mixed by Paul Wickliffe at Skyline Productions, Warren, NJ Mastered by Michael Fossenkemper at Turtle Tone Studio, New York, NY Cover art by Namita Kapoor Produced by Sunny Jain