Based on B. Evans 1973 live concert
CYRUS CHESTNUT - Kaleidoscope HighNote Records HCD 7317 Cyrus Chestnut, piano Eric Wheeler, bass Chris Beck, drums TRACKS 1. Golliwog's Cakewalk 5:02 2. Darn That Dream 5:06 3. Gymnopedie No. 1 6:15 4. Entre cloches 5:44 5. Jimbo's Lullaby 5:26 6. Father Time 5:29 7. Lord I Want to Be a Christian 4:28 8. Son binocle 4:04 9. Smoke on the Water 4:33 10. Gnossienne No. 1 6:57 11. Gymnopedie No. 3 4:07 12. Turkish Rondo 3:37 13. Prayer for Claudine 5:13
Kojoe - Vocals Aaron Choulai - Piano Recorded live at The Jazz Lab, Melbourne Australia, Dec 2017 for Mapping Melbourne Festival
Let us to introduce you our version of good old blues standard - Hoochie Coochie Man material from Wikipedia " "I'm Your Hoochie Cooche Man" I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man single cover.jpg Single by Muddy Waters B-side "She's So Pretty" Released 1954 Format 10-inch 78 rpm & 7-inch 45 rpm records Recorded Chicago, January 7, 1954 Genre Chicago blues Length 2:47 Label Chess (no. 1560) Songwriter(s) Willie Dixon[a] Producer(s) Leonard Chess "Hoochie Coochie Man" (originally titled "I'm Your Hoochie Cooche Man")[b] is a blues standard written by Willie Dixon and first recorded by Muddy Waters in 1954. The song references hoodoo folk magic elements and makes novel use of a stop-time musical arrangement. It became one of Waters' most popular and identifiable songs and helped secure Dixon's role as Chess Records' chief songwriter."
FIRST THING IVE EVER MADE AT BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC IF YOU DONT KNOW CANTALOUPE ISLAND THEN YOU WONT GET IT
This is my fingerstyle version of The Sleeping Observer by Hans Mathisen
'Summertime' with full band compliment: 'de Visser Swing' is Sara Jones on vocals, Steve Street on drums, Chris Collis on keys, and Jaydee on double bass
yeah so i got my sax back from the repair shop so i decided to play with it for a bit. and that turned into 7 hours of practicing and editing to get this! sadly it became "quiet time" or whatever the fuck its called but tomorrow or something i should be able to finish it. anyways enjoy
An airy piece. A combination of many musical ideas and genres I've been trying to combine for a while.
Performed by Eli and Moritz on trumpet, Jonathan on saxophone, Aron on guitar, Luis on bass and Lorenz on drums. Mixed and mastered by Tom Etter at SSL, mastered by Contrasting Vibes (https://soundcloud.com/cvibes). Composed and arranged by Aron. SPOILER ALERT :) The story that served as inspiration for this music goes as follows: a person is living her busy but boring regular life. One day out of the blue, she discovers a source of inspiration and decides to pursue a new passion. Fearful of failure and discouraged by her mistakes, she falls into despair and gives up on her self-worth and dreams. In the end, however, she realizes that her mistakes were necessary for success and that doing what you love is a success in itself, no matter the result.
Mike Nicholls & Miles Le Voguer
The Barry Miles Trio Arr. by Barry Miles Barry Miles - piano Andy Lalasis - Bass Bob Shomo - Drums