Jazz ( Take 1)
Finally after those sleepless night of #skripsi and #magang, i got the chance to cover a new song! :) Instrumental: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hrk4RhPf8wM
'Dorian 0437' is from the forthcoming collection of rare, previously unreleased studio and live recordings from famed Antwerp saxophonist Jack Sels entitled "Minor Works", releasing August 31 on Belgian label SDBAN (@sdban). One of the legends of Belgian Jazz and a highly influential figure on the post-war Belgian Jazz scene, Sels died in 1970 at the mere age of 48, and he remains the country’s most mythical Jazz musician almost fifty years after his death. Throughout his career he played with legends such as Dizzy Gillespie, Lester Young, Lou Bennett and Lucky Thompson, but he remained virtually unknown outside Belgium due to his reluctance to leave Antwerp. Preorder: https://sdban.lnk.to/MinorWorks
A jazz composition written for an ensemble of alto sax, tenor sax, trumpet, piano, bass and drums.
A very free cover.. Free in the built, as it doesn't respect the AABA structure, and free in tempo.. The main idea was to introduce a Db (note) in the Eb7M chord, turning it to an Eb7 (measure 5 of the grid), and it works.. Still learning that song, anyway.. Pianoteq 6 Stage.. "M3 binaural" preset.. Nebula reverb.. Image by Gustav Klimt..
The Amazing Chris Dagley featured heavily on this trio version of Cottontail. Live at Ronnie's with me and Sam Burgess
Kontrabas: Georgia Wartel Collins Trummor, vibrafon & moog: Oscar Preibsch Fioler: Amanda Michaelsdotter Eriksson, Sandra Berggren, David Diskin Wetter Saxofon: Ludvig Nordgren Tvärflöjt: Arsalan Nasiri
no_1: antonio sechi - trasparenza(year??//cuts_from: how do you know it's love?(1950) no_2: cowboy bebop OST 3 blue - road to the west (1998)//cuts_from: some rare clip of homeless guy in chicago no_3: pete drake - forever (live, 1964)=slowed+delay2 // cuts_from: character ugo from movie kiklop (1982) no_4: stevie wonder - close to you (live on talk box, 1972)=slowed+delay2 _00000// cuts-between-tracks: bob ross, the joy of painting
Nicola Conte - Love From The Sun Mausiki Scales and The Common Ground Collective - Everybody Loves The Sunshine Pat Van Dyke - Clockwork Anthony Joseph - On The Move Quart - Inspiration Jesse Fischer - Naima Bluestaeb - Last Minute Session Cut ft. Melodiesinfonie Raquel Rodriguez - Nights Over Patrice Rushen - Cha Cha Ego-Ella May - Song For Bobby Tony Allen - The Drum Thunder Suite Shaun Martin - Recorda-Me Swing Out Sister - Happier Than Sunshine Alekesam - Time Lapse Dj Harrison - Sparks Ginger Root - Brooklyn Herbie Hancock - Suntouch Herbie Hancock - Stars In Your Eyes Herbie Hancock - Red Clay Herbie Hancock - People Music Tosin Aribisala - Asiko Jacob Munk Neilsen - Between The Lines
vadimpetrenko: music, concept, mixing, guitars, voice, digital touch tools: generator, pianos, keyboards, strings, brass, drums, chinese erhu, chinese lute /pipa/, koto, guzheng, chinese kit, taiko
Sparkling from the Jazz Preludes Collection by Christopher Norton. Recently arranged for pedal harp by Savourna Stevenson and available through 80 Days Publishing.
Piano & Saxophone - Erik Lindgren Original music by John Legend
Following up from Sektion 1-2, Neuköllner Modelle are joined by pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach. Their music evokes questions on swing: how it is heard today and fed back to us historically. In the detailed booklet Bastian Zimmermann point out that “Neuköllner Modelle is perhaps the first serious attempt to swing once again without playing standards. The musicians develop jazz as a form of instant composition, with the energy of not only the blues but also bebop, and in the classical hierarchy of a rhythm section consisting of double bass and drums. However, all four musicians come from the areas of Free Jazz, of improvised music, or even, in Johansson’s case, of performance and conceptual music.” The excitement, and here lays perhaps the keys of swing, is connected to the way Neuköllner Modelle voices out the positioning of strong independent and co-existing ideas. Their music is striving towards a common somewhere asserting their differing assumptions and expectations. --- Bertrand Denzler / saxophone Joel Grip / double bass Sven-Åke Johansson / drums Alexander von Schlippenbach / piano --- Recorded by Andrew Levine at Sowieso, Berlin, November 2015. Mastered by Werner Dafeldecker. Cover design by Teresa Iten. Liner notes (in german and english) by Bastian Zimmermann. Produced with the support from The Swedish Art Council.
Lumpen Radio [@lumpenradio] guest mix for Paid Time Off show. 'Air Wave' selections for a hot Sunday afternoon. Featuring music by Batteaux, Lena D'Agua, Kham Lingtsang Band, Jennifer Lara and others.
Playlist: 1. Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox – Meet The Flinstones (Live) 2. Serge Gainsbourg – Relax Baby Be Cool 3. Frank Sinatra – That’s Live (ProleteR tribute) 4. The Avalanches – Because I’m Me 5. Carmen Miranda – Chica Chica Boom Chic 6. Fatnotronic & In Flagranti – Botoque 7. Jain – Come 8. Portugal The Man – Feel It Still 9. Pharrel Williams – There’s Something Special 10. The Monkees – I’m a Believer 11. Erick Saint Laurerent – J’ai Cru a Mon Reve 12. Shirley Ellis – The Clapping Song 13. Nouvelle Vague – Dancing with myself 14. Thomas Siffling Trio – The Energy of a Small Woman 15. Lord Kitchener – London Is the Place for Me 16. Gilbert Becaud – Il Fait Des Bonds 17. The Speakeasies Swing Band! – Parla piu Piano 18. Caro Emerald – Back it Up 19. Gilbert Harrison – Let’s Work Together 20. Whitefeld Brothers – Safari Strut
This Track is REMIX of Cannonball Adderley "Nancy(With the Laughing Face)"
tracklist: David Sanborn - Chicago Song Paul Jackson jr. - Walkin' Ufmo - Children Of The Ghetto Shakatak – Tortola Sunset Konstantin Klashtorni – Here and Now Xaver Fischer Trio - Bahia Quantic & Nickodemus - Mi Swing Es Tropical (feat. Tempo & The Candela Allstars)
The 14 musicians of UMLAUT BIG BAND, mostly from the new jazz guard (Un Poco Loco, ONJ, Duke Orchestra) and European improvisation (Hochstapler, Peeping Tom, Bribes 4, White Desert Orchestra, ONCEIM), have been celebrating together since 2011 the golden age of swing in the tradition of big band orchestras, whether mythical or unfairly forgotten. In EURO SWING VOL. 2 , the Umlaut Big Band documents another history of jazz in Europe between 1925 and 1940: that of American smugglers. While a first part, "Euro Swing" (Umlaut Records, 2015), was interested in European composers and arrangers, this new opus focuses on the work of American musicians on the old continent. The aim is to shed light on the role of smugglers such as Benny Carter, Duke Ellington, Sam Wooding, Willie Lewis and Fud Livingston, who have been able to play across Europe. Always in search of a surprising and sharp repertoire of music, the Umlaut Big Band exhumes again beautiful treasures forgotten. --- The Umlaut Big Band are: Pierre-Antoine Badaroux / direction and saxophone alto Antonin-Tri Hoang / saxophone alto, clarinet Geoffroy Gesser / saxophone tenor and clarinet Jean Dousteyssier / saxophone tenor and clarinet Benjamin Dousteyssier / saxophone alto and baryton Brice Pichard, Louis Laurain, Emil Strandberg / trumpet Fidel Fourneyron, Michaël Ballue, Nicolas Grymonprez / trombone Romain Vuillemin / guitar Bruno Ruder / piano Sébastien Beliah / bass Antonin Gerbal / drums --- Recorded 23-27.02.2015, at the Luisant, Germigny-L'Exempt by Ken Yoshida.