terça-feira, 12 de dezembro de 2017

Blues Music 3








0:00:00 - Joe Bonamassa - Give Me One Reason (Feat. Lee Ritenour's 6 String Theory & Robert Cray) 0:05:11 - Matt Schofield - Anything But Time 0:08:45 - Lurrie Bell - I Feel So Good 0:12:57 - B.B. King - Bad Case Of Love 0:18:21 - Kirk Fletcher - Ain't No Way 0:21:19 - Magic Slim - Crazy Woman 0:27:05 - John Lee Hooker, Jr. - She Wasn't Nothin' But A Devil 0:31:10 - Carl Verheyen - Distracted Girl 0:37:13 - Lonnie Brooks - A Little Rock And Roll And Some Country Blues 0:41:42 - Mitch Kashmar - We're Sittin' Home Tonight 0:45:59 - Seth Walker - Miss Ann 0:49:16 - John Primer - Poor Man Blues 0:52:54 - Scott Henderson - Tore Down House (Feat. Thelma Houston) 1:00:30 - Coco Montoya - Woman Have A Way With A Fool 1:04:59 - Kenny Wayne Shepherd - Born Under A Bad Sign (Feat. Keb' Mo' & Rebirth Brass Band) 1:09:18 - Ronnie Earl & Duke Robillard - Lookin For Trouble 1:13:43 - Ben Poole - I Think I Love You Too Much 1:19:24 - The Mannish Boys - Reconsider Baby (Feat. Finis Tasby & Frank Goldwasser) 1:22:29 - Albert Cummings - Say You Love Me 1:26:57 - Joe Beard - Long Tall Shorty (Feat. Duke Robillard) 1:29:59 - Albert Castglia - Drowning At The Bottom 1:34:30 - Climax Blues Band - Fool For The Bright Lights 1:40:28 - The Jimmy Rodgers All Stars - Ludella 1:44:19 - Henrik Fleischlader - Too Cool For Me 1:51:55 - Kim Wilson - Don't Bite The Hand That Feeds You 1:56:08 - Albert Collins - If You Love Me Like You Say 2:00:14 - Mississippi Heat - Chicago Is My Home 2:05:01 - Jessy Martens And Band - Touch My Blues Away (Live) 2:10:48 - Koko Taylor - Put The Pot On 2:14:36 - Aynsley Lister - Handful Of Doubt 2:19:28 - Freddie King - I'm Tore Down 2:23:38 - Chris Duarte - My Way Down 2:28:13 - Eddie Burns - Don't Let Money Change You



This Is The Blues | 2006







Modern Electric Blues 2006
Michael Dotson Cold Day In Chicago 00:00:00 Harmonica Shah I've Got To Help My Own Damn Self 00:06:37 Harmonica Shah The Twelve Year Old Boy 00:11:51 Phil & Buddy Guy He's My Blues Brother 00:17:10 Joey Gilmore You Put The Rush On Me 00:24:31 Joey Gimore Steal Away 00:30:13 The Daddy Mack Blues Band A Real Good One 00:35:15 The Daddy Mack Blues Band Black Magic Woman 00:41:02 Jimmy Burns Leaving Here Walking 00:45:31 Jimmy Burns Three O'Clock Blues 00:52:01 Chicago Bob Nelson That's Why I Love You 00:58:17 David Lee Durham Doing Me Wrong 01:02:24 David Lee Durham My Heart Is Filled With Misery 01:10:48 Nick Moss & The Flip Tops I Love The Woman 01:18:52 Michael Dotson Grampa Blues 01:29:02 Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials Nobody's Fault But My Own 01:35:38



Blues & Rock Ballads Relaxing Music | Vol.2








Willie Edwards - Helpless, Hopeless Feeling 00:00:00 Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan - Come Undone 00:06:08 Lucky Peterson - Who Been Talking 00:11:35 Vargas Blues Band - Del Sur 00:16:15 Roy Roberts - What Should I Do 00:20:50 Marc Benno - Love Junkie 00:24:14 Rob Tognoni - Someone To Love Me 00:29:32 Blues Company - What Love Can Do 00:34:47 Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa - I`ll Take Care Of You 00:39:06 Misty Blues - House Of The Rising Sun 00:43:44 Blues Trackers - Smells Like Trouble 00:48:12 Tony Joe White - (You're Gonna Look) Good in Blues 00:52:50 Peter Garstenauer - Down for You 00:57:24 Scott Holt - I've Got A Mind To Give Up Living 01:03:05



Thelonious Monk | Straight, No Chaser


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This is the sixth studio album cut by Thelonious Monk under the production/direction of Teo Macero for Columbia and as such should not be confused with the original motion picture soundtrack to the 1988 film of the same name. The band featured here includes: Monk (piano), Charlie Rouse (tenor sax), Ben Riley (drums), and Larry Gales (bass). This would be the final quartet Monk would assemble to record with in the studio. While far from being somber, this unit retained a mature flavor which would likewise place Monk's solos in a completely new context. At times, this adaptation presents itself more subtly than others. For instance, Monk's extended solo in "Locomotive" never reaches beyond itself due in part to the tempo-laden rhythm section. The contrast of styles, however, appreciates the caliber of this particular solo, including an obvious assertion by Monk which leads the band, albeit temporarily, into playing double-time. Other recommended quartet selections on this disc include a liberated version of the title track, which highlights some stellar interaction between Monk and Rouse. The same can be said for "We See," which features the hardest bop on the album. In addition to the quartet sides, Straight, No Chaser contains two unaccompanied piano solos: "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" and "This Is My Story, This Is My Song." [The original disc only included six performances, half of which were edited due to the stringent time constraints of vinyl; subsequent reissues not only restored all of the previously abridged performances, but also added a trio of sides, two of which ("I Didn't Know About You: Take 1" and "Green Chimneys") are issued here for the first time.]




Thelonious Monk Piano Charlie Rouse Tenor Sax Lary Gales Bass Ben Riley Drums
Producer: Teo Macero



01 - 00:00 - Locomotive [Th. Monk] 02 - 06:41 - I Didn’t now About You [Take 4] [Duke Ellington] 03 - 13:33 - Straight, No Chaser [Th. Monk] 04 - 25:02 - Japanese Folk Song [Kōjō no Tsuki] [Rentarō Taki] 05 - 41:45 - Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea [Harlod Arlen] 06 - 49:22 - We See [Th. Monk] 07 - 61:00 - This Is My Story, This Is My Song [Phoebe Knapp] 08 - 62:42 - I Didn’t Know About You [D. Ellington] 09 - 69:32 - Green Chimneys [Th. Monk]



Jazz House Instrumental


Electronic » House » Jazz-House

The fusion of house rhythms and jazz atmospheres is a difficult style to pin down, most likely because so many artists have been influenced by jazz that it undoubtedly colors every house production ever put on wax. Also, the methods of Jazz-House producers vary widely, from simply translating the atmosphere in an electronic setting (Swayzak, Herbert, Kevin Yost, Jazzanova) to attempting a synthesis of electronics with jazz soloing (Innerzone Orchestra, St. Germain, Spacetime Continuum, As One). Jazz-House is more of a way to identify artists caught between the polar extremes of mainstream house/techno and ambient/intelligent electronic music. Larry Heard, the first great house producer, was also the first to layer his productions with jazz-based chords and atmospheres. Thanks in part to his continuing influence, dozens of producers began looking back to jazz heroes like Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, and Lonnie Liston Smith for inspiration. Perhaps the epitome of jazz-house's emphasis on a global-village community is Nuphonic Records, a British label home to productions by New Yorkers (Blaze, Ten City, Joe Claussell), Chicagoans (Free Chicago Movement, Roy Davis, Jr.), and a Japanese act (Natural Calamity) as well as several Brits (Black Jazz Chronicles, Faze Action, Soul Ascendants, Idjut Boys).






01. Duran y Garcia - Heavy Piano 00:00 02. Key Tronics Ensemble - Music You Got Me [Free Piano Mix] 04:03 03. Duran y Garcia - Jazz Expression 10:07 04. Don Carlos - House of Blues [Club Mix] 16:17 05. The Loop Experience - No More II [Rhodbass Mix] 23:14 06. Sepia Last - Tango in Paris 27:43 07. Black & Brown - Cool Affair [Eric Kupper Remix] 33:29 08. Belladonna - St. Tropez Affair 41:05 09. Duran y Garcia - Jazz Guitar 47:16 10. LTJ X-perience - Organ Mind 54:04 11. Fromwood - Drive [Interanima Highway Lights Remix] 01:02:10 12. M2 - Peninsula [Sicania Soul Recostruction] 01:09:24 13. Guido Nemola - Roots 01:17:45 14. Limo - Lost in Pads [Luca Torre Remix] 01:23:17 15. Acusmatic Group - Fish Food [Riccicomotos Barracuda Remix] 01:32:31 16. Duran y Garcia - 'Round Midnight 01:40:11 17. Key Tronics Ensemble - You for Me [Slow Latin Version] 01:45:24 18. Tito Valdez - Tumbe [The Big Nowhere Remix] 01:51:59 19. Santorini - Sempre suena 02:00:13 20. Viani DJ, Aaron T - Funker 02:07:09 21. Clan Greco - Jazzy Balls 02:14:08 22. Maestro Garofalo - Tony's Revenge 02:17:56 23. Clan Greco - Full Funk 02:20:03 24. Dom Um Romao - Sambao Jerome [Sydenham'S Ibadan Remix] 02:25:25 25. Hanna - Shimmer 02:31:17



segunda-feira, 11 de dezembro de 2017

Power Blues

Blues & Rock Ballads Relaxing Music Vol.12






(00:00) Robert Cray Band - I'm Done Cryin' (07:20) Tinsley Ellis - All In The Name Of Love (12:10) Jeff Fetterman - Bottle Full Of Blues (18:19) Danny Flowers - What Would The Father Say (23:10) Blues Company - Cold Rain (29:04) Luther Allison - Living In The House Of Blues (34:16) Rob Tognoni - Someone To Love Me (39:16) Steve Gannon - To Through With You (43:32) Sally Oldfield - No Heart (49:00) Freddie King - Only Getting Second Best (52:32) Scott Holt - I've Got A Mind To Give Up Living
(58:20) Liquid Groove Mojo - Storm Warning (1:05:14) Blue By Nature - Love Me All Night (1:10:07) Colin James - Standin On The Edge (1:13:33) Peter Garstenauer - Down for You



Kinga Głyk | Leverkusener Jazztage 2017

Kinga Głyk é uma jovem polaca de 19 anos que já realizou mais de 100 concertos por toda a Europa e é uma incrível baixista. A sua aventura no mundo da música começou aos 12 anos quando se juntou ao grupo de família Głik PIK Trio com o seu pai Irek (reconhecido vibrafonista e baterista) e o seu irmão Patrick (baterista).
Apesar da tenra idade, já teve oportunidade de partilhar o palco com excelentes músicos como Robinson Jnr, Bernard Maseli, Ruth Waldron, Natalia Niemen, Jorgos Skolias, Apostolis Anthimos, Leszek Winder, Paweł Tomaszewski, Grzegorz Kopolka, Joachim Mencel, Arek Skolik, Mateusz Otremba (Mate.o), Marek Dykta e Piotr Wyleżoł.
Atualmente, Kinga Głyk é considerada a melhor baixista polaca a representar a sua geração e está rapidamente a ganhar fama no universo do jazz e blues.
Em Março de 2015, editou o seu álbum de estreia Rejestracja que foi gravado com músicos como Natalia Niemen, Joachim Mencel, Junior Robinsone Jorgos Skolias. O resultado foi acolhido pela crítica de forma muito positiva.
O disco é feito das composições de Kinga, mas também de outros famosos compositores aos quais Kinga deu o seu próprio brilho com arranjos únicos. Entre outros, destaca-se a interpretação de “Gotta Serve Somebody” de Bob Dylan, cantado por Jorgos Skolias, ou o brilhante tema arranjado por CZeslaw Niemen “Dolaniedola”. Toda a composição é enfatizada pelo ritmo pulsante do baixo e da guitarra.  Festival de Jazz de Viseu


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Kinga Głyk
Leverkusener Jazztage 2017



Kinga Głyk bass guitar Rafał Stępień piano, keyboards Irek Głyk drums


1. Sad & Happy Blues 2. Hope 3. New 4. Dream 5. Circle 6. Tears In Heaven

The Modern Jazz Quartet | Concorde

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After issuing 10" EPs for several years, Concorde (1955) marked two significant touchstones in the five-plus-decade career of the Modern Jazz Quartet (MJQ). One of those was the replacement of co-founder Kenny Clarke (drums) with former Lester Young quintet member Connie Kay (drums), who joined in time for the other hallmark -- this, the MJQ's very first full-length long-player. Kay remained with the combo for the better part of four decades, until his passing in 1994. The transition between percussionists is both smooth as well as sensible. Kay's understated rhythms and solid timekeeping are perfectly suited to the clever arrangements and sophisticated sound of Milt Jackson (vibraphone), John Lewis (piano) and Percy Heath (bass). One MJQ constant is the blend of classic covers and stunning original compositions that comprise their releases. Concorde is certainly no exception as the effort kicks off with a mid-tempo Jackson's "Ralph's New Blues." Immediately, Kay's contributions are ample yet discrete, as he interacts with a consistent backbeat, supporting the tasty vibe runs and improvisations from the tune's author. The title track "Concorde" is the other tune to be derived from within the band. Lewis' effervescent syncopation drives through the heart of the melody, with the pianist laying down essential interplay. Once again Kay impresses with well-placed ringing interjections that never overpower the soloist. Most notable among the reworked popular standards are the slightly brooding opulence of Cole Porter's "All of You" and the fugal, if not slightly Third Stream approach taken on "Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise" from the short-lived collaborations of Sigmund Romberg and Oscar Hammerstein II. However, the centerpiece is undoubtedly the four selections within the "Gershwin Medley." The interpretations of "Soon," "For You, For Me Forevermore," "Love Walked In" and "Our Love Is Here to Stay" are nothing short of definitive. They collectively provide keen insight into the inner-workings of the MJQ and their collective abilities to improvise with purpose, rather than simply combining aimless solos. All manner of post-bop jazz listeners will find much to enjoy throughout Concorde.


1.Milt Jackson vibraphone 2.John Lewis piano 3.Percy Heath bass 4.Connie Kay drums



01.Ralph's New Blues (Milt Jackson)...(00:00) 02.All of You (Cole Porter)...(07:12) 03.I'll Remember April (G.DePaul/P.Johnston/Don Raye)...(11:44) 04.Gershwin Medley:Soon; For You,For Me, Forevermore; Love Walked In;Our Love Is Here To Stay (G.&I.Gershwin)...(16:54) 05.Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise (O.Hammerstein II/S.Romberg)...(24:52) 06.Concorde (John Lewis).....(32:53)


Genre:Jazz/Cool. Recorded: at Van Gelder Studio,Hackensack,N.J;July 2,1955. Label:PrestigePR (7005). Producer:Ira Gitler,Bob Weinstock Design [Cover] – Bob Parent Photography By [Cover] – French Government Tourist Bureau Supervised By – Bob Weinstock Liner Notes – Ira Gitler.





Momentos








Da melancolia ao vigor,
uma palete de sons e palavras por quem sabe que o mundo real é mais dramático do que a televisão. 
Um Coyote à deriva nos desertos do éter.
Com Pedro Costa.

Coyote | Antena 3