A fried fresh off the food truck 9th Ward overdone trite trivial lesser song from the old American Songbook. LESSER?
vadimpetrenko: music, concept, mixing, guitars, digital touch tools: piano, drums, chinese kit, taiko
... little sponanous jam in two layers, played with EWI ... , each in one go ..... fast and easy :) ... why should a sax player use a breath controller ? ... yes ..... bariton sax is the most expensive :D
This Song is a tribute to the good old times of Jazz Rock and Funk Jazz in the 80th of the century. My heroes of those times were Weather Report, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Billy Cobham, Jan Hammer, Chick Corea, Terje Rypdal and so on. Those times were really good times. Have fun with it and: don't forget, to hear it loud, very loud...! © GEMA
Horizon - composed and arranged by Christopher Berner Performed Live by the Capilano University B Band on March 27, 2018 at the Blueshore Centre for Performing Arts at Capilano University. Featuring: Adrian Sowa (gtr), Julian Borkowski (tpt), and Ben Parker (drums) Photo credits to Sarisha Prasad Saxophones: Angus Tang (alto) Ryan Hashimoto (alto) Mirei Matsumoto (alto) Bryan Chung (tenor) Colin Madill (tenor) Brodie Jones (tenor) Adam Kyle (bari) Trumpets: Robin Brinkerink-Johnson (lead) RJ Abella Julian Borkowski Curtis Sharp Trombones: Gregory Dent (lead) Aaron Lee Colin La Cam Henderson (bass) Rhythm: Niko Nelson (pno) Adrian Sowa (gtr) Aidan Goheen (bass) Ben Parker (drums) Jess Jones (vibes)
W.Kline Takes us on a journey through pain on his Wet Paint Walking Album. Love Ya,
Recorded LIVE! at Punctum, Prague - March 2018, as part of the "Discourse With a Hermit" tour. Improvised music played by: Bass: Vojta Kubec Drums: Nicolas Sheikholeslami Qanun: Yael Lavie Guitar: Æladin Keys: Omri "Goldfingers" Shmulewitz Sound Sources: Sasha "The Crow" Lee Live Mixing: Yuki Mixing: Nicolas Sheikholeslami
Lullaband - an acoustic trio of upright bass, guitars, ukelele, and vocals with Al McDonough, Micah Dubinsky and Liana Rose - co-creates on this 1931 classic. Liana on lead vocals Al on delish harmonies Micah on tasty bass
Peter Guidi, Frank Giebels, Uli Glaszmann, Arnoud Gerritse 16-10-2010 Maastricht
Excerpt from the RogueArt album Jemeel Moondoc Quartet "The Astral Revelations" - ROG-0081
Mixing Youtube videos in different tabs in my browser at some points has four tunes going at once. Music from Hapsash & The Colored Coat, Henry Wolff & Nancy Hennings - Tibetan Bells, Malachi - Holy Music, Don Cherry -Brown Rice, Miroslav Vitous - Infinite Search, Brainticket, Ibliss, Lothar and the Hand People-Space Hymn, Embryo, Kalaidescope, Iggy Pop reading Walt Whitman, Tibetan Chants and Native American flutes, Jack DeJohnette - Music in the Key of Om, Klaus Schulze - My Ty She, Lucifer Was - Blues From Hellah. Not in that order and in many cases overlapping.
This bouncy, medium tempo tune features a catchy, 5-part horn line. Soloists are Miles Black on piano, Mike Moreno on guitar, and Warren Keller on tenor sax and flute.
1930's era uptempo track inspired by I Love Lucy, Dixieland, and gypsy jazz. This track is the main theme for Emoji Match, a web based matching game that is currently featured in Madison Square Garden.