http://www.cecilemclorinsalvant.com/ Cecile McLorin Salvant will perform as part of the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival 2012: http://www.edinburghjazzfestival.com/2012-programme/artists/cecile-mclorin-salvant-quartet.html
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.
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
A demo of George Gershwin's 'Summertime', recorded live. Keep your ears peeled for more.
From "Let There Be Love" a live album recorded with the Ronnie Scott's house band, celebrating Nat "King" Cole.
Conner Lorre's voice impressions of Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin.
John Coltrane'shchx "My Favorite Things" (Recorded live in 1963)
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.
At the beginning, I put a different melody and chord progression in the chorus part of the song, but the whole song became long, I quit.Also, at first it was a quiet jazz blues, but when I shortened it changed to a different style. I do not quite understand the reason for myself :) After all, I finished it as a simple D7 blues(Blue Note Scale).In my series of solo guitar, rhythm also has parts like melody and improvisation at the same time. I enjoy and finish practicing stacking those elements like buildings.I think that it is a very useful practice method to figure out how to use the song tone scale, the blue note scale, and the chord tone. In order to simultaneously sound rhythm, melody and improvisation, picking style uses finger picking. This time, because I used the old type of Stratocaster, there is noise remaining. Please forgive me :))
Charlie Sepúlveda and the Turnaround Songs for Nat HighNote Records HCD 7316 Puerto Rican trumpeter Charlie Sepúlveda has been a fixture of the Latin jazz world since the late 1980s when he played in the band of pianist and composer Eddie Palmieri. During the 1990s, a renaissance period for el jazz Latino, the brassman toured and recorded with an array of great artists including Tito Puente and the Golden Latin Jazz All Stars, Dizzy Gillespie and the United Nation Orchestra, Wynton Marsalis, Hilton Ruiz, Steve Turre, Dave Valentin, Danilo Pérez, and Paul Simon among others. He launched his own group, The Turnaround, 25 years ago, and has been turning the tables on the traditional Latin jazz format ever since.
Grandissima traccia del maestro Chet. Enjoy!
An edit of the full LCD Soundsystem song - New York I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down, with a recording by Miles Davis.