domingo, 19 de novembro de 2017

Rupert Gregson-Williams | The Crown

 Main Theme | Hans Zimmer
Soundtrack from the Netflix Original Series
Season One | November 2016

The Crown is a biographical drama television series, created and written by Peter Morganand produced by Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television for Netflix. The show is a biographical story about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. The first season covers the period from her marriage to Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in 1947 to the disintegration of her sister Princess Margaret's engagement to Peter Townsend in 1955. A second season has been commissioned, which is intended to cover the Suez Crisis in 1956 through the retirement of the Queen's third Prime MinisterHarold Macmillan, in 1963 following the Profumo affair political scandal.


01. The Crown Main Title 0:00 02. Duck Shoot 1:24 03. Sagana 5:31 04. Government 10:03 05. The Letter 14:09 06. Limerick 22:06 07. Edward Returns 24:56 08. In This Together 26:59 09. Margaret and Townsend 32:57 10. The Anointing 36:11 11. Someone Remarkable 41:24 12. Where Does That Leave Me? 45:40 13. Margaret Calls Elizabeth 47:20 14. Bit of Fluff 51:21 15. Dressing Down 53:52 16. Mary is Dead 57:01 17. Mary and Edward 58:47 18. Chasing Margaret 1:02:18 19. Head of the Family 1:03:46

Max Richter | Taboo

Music from the Original TV Series

Taboo is a British television drama program produced by Scott Free London and Hardy Son & Baker for BBC One and FX. The show premiered on BBC One in the United Kingdom on 7 January 2017, followed by the United States premiere on FX on 10 January 2017. The program was renewed for a second series in March 2017. It was created by Steven Knight, Tom Hardy, and his father, Edward "Chips" Hardy, and is based on a story written by Tom and Chips Hardy. The eight-part series, set in 1814, begins with James Delaney (Tom Hardy) returning to England after twelve years in Africa with fourteen stolen diamonds, following the death of his father and as the war with the United States is nearing its end. Kristoffer Nyholm and Anders Engström each directed four episodes of the first series. The music was composed by Max Richter. The show has received generally favorable reviews, with critics praising Hardy's performance. Two more series are planned.

01. Openings 02. The Inexorable Advance Of Mr. Delaney 03. Song Of The Dead 05. A Lamenting Song 06. Shadows 07. This Little Pig Went To Market 08. Zilpha (Recollection) 09. Song Of The Beyond 10. I’d Hoped To Settle This... 11. Nocturnal 12. The Onrush Of Events 13. Zilpha Alone 14. Attend To The Matter 15. Lamentation For A Lost Life 16. Taboo Lament (Antimatter Fellini Waltz) (Bonus Track) 17. Celesta Taboo Lament (Title Edit) (Bonus Track)

sábado, 18 de novembro de 2017

Big Band Swing Music

Instrumental Music, Vocal Best Of, the Best Bands of the swing era

00:00 - Artie Shaw - Temptation 02:57 - Chick Webb - Liza 05:40 - Ella Fitzgerald - Flying Home 08:08 - Count Basie - Flight Of The Foo Birds 11:30 - The Mel Tones - What Is This Thing Called Love ? 14:24 - Benny Moten - Moten Swing 17:44 - Django Reinhardt - Minor Swing 20:32 - The Andrews Sisters - Beer Barrel Polka 23:24 - Charlie Barnet - Skyliner 26:24 - Duke Ellington - Honeysuckle Rose 30:41 - The Boswell Sisters - Cheek to Cheek 33:34 - Earl Hines - Honeysuckle Rose 36:50 - Teddy Wilson & Billie Holiday - Here's Tomorrow Again 39:34 - Glenn Miller - Perfidia 42:53 - Jimmie Lunceford - Yard Dog Mazurka 46:07 - Benny Goodman - Rose of Washington Square 48:45 - Tommy Dorsey - On the Sunny Side of the Street 52:00 - Andy Kirk - Little Joe from Chicago 54:50 - Stan Kenton - Peanut Vendor 57:33 - Gene Krupa - Bugle Call Rag 01:00:44 - Charlie Barnet - Caravan 01:04:00 - Benny Carter - When Lights Are Low 01:06:50 - Artie Shaw - The Skeleton In the Closet 01:09:36 - Fletcher Henderson - Wrappin' It Up 01:12:14 - Jimmie Lunceford - For Dancers Only 01:14:53 - Duke Ellington & Ivie Anderson - I Got It Bad 01:18:12 - Casa Loma - Casa Loma Stomp 01:20:44 - Jay McShann - Swingmatism 01:23:24 - Paul Whiteman & Austin Young - Changes 01:26:14 - The Andrews Sisters & Glenn Miller - Begin the Beguine 01:29:08 - Benny Goodman - Stompin' At the Savoy 01:32:25 - Harry James - Strictly Instrumental Brought to you by The Wnts Jazz Education Program

Jennifer Scott Trio | Dream A Little Dream

Jennifer Scott is a singer and pianist born in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She specializes in jazzblues, and world music. She is considered one of the more important jazz artists working in Canada and the United States today


Jennifer Scott Trio Dream A Little Dream Label: The Jazz Project 2011

1. Dream a Little Dream of Me 00:00 2. Agua de Beber 03:36 3. Bye Bye Blackbird 08:45 4. Baby What You Want Me to Do 12:40 5. Estate 17:37 6. Secret Love 22:41 7. Someone to Watch Over Me 26:59 8. Here Comes the Sun 32:19 9. Roll Along Prairie Moon 35:34 10. I’ve Never Been in Love Before 38:41 11. I’m Just a Lucky So and So 43:30 12. If I Only Had a Brain 46:15 13. Hallelujah 51:08

quarta-feira, 15 de novembro de 2017

Blue Mitchell

Jazz, bop, hard bop, soul jazz

Blue Mitchell was born March 13, 1930 in Miami, Florida. He took up trumpet in high school where he acquired his nickname. After high school, he toured with R&B bands led by Paul Williams, Earl Bostic, and Chuck Willis. After returning to Miami, he was heard by Cannonball Adderly, who took him to New York to record for Riverside in 1958. Mitchell gained a reputation working with Horace Silver’s quintet from 1958 to March of 1964, where his lyrical playing and beautiful tone perfectly complemented Silver’s simplified, soulful brand of bop. When Silver disbanded in 1963, Mitchell formed his own group, employing most of his fellow musicians, with Silver's place being taken by Chick Corea. This band continued until the end of the decade, at which time Mitchell joined the band that was backing Ray Charles. During the early 70s, Mitchell played with a number of artists in fields outside jazz, notably bluesman John Mayall and popular singers such as Tony Bennett and Lena Horne. Resident in Los Angeles from the mid-70s, Mitchell freelanced in both small and big bands, including those led by Harold Land, Louie Bellson and Bill Berry.
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00:00 - The Way You Look Tonight 03:19 - Sir John 09:21 - Scrapple from the Apple 13:18 - There Will Never Be Another You 18:20 - Promenade 20:00 - The Head 24:25 - Nica's Dream 30:57 - When I Fall In Love 36:36 - Minor Vamp 40:16 - Peace 44:11 - The Nearness of You 47:32 - I Wish I Knew 51:55 - It Could Happen to You 57:48 - Park Avenue Petite 01:01:42 - Sweet Pumpkin 01:06:00 - Blue Soul Brought to you by The Wnts Jazz Education Program


terça-feira, 14 de novembro de 2017

Beethoven | Piano Concerto No. 4 | Daniel Barenboim

The Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58 is a work that begins - unprecedentedly - with the solo instrument alone, playing softly and gently ("dolce") and expounding the first subject over five whole bars. Particularly interesting about this theme are its thrice repeated quavers, which are vaguely reminiscent of the pounding motif associated with fate in the opening movement of the Fifth Symphony. Surviving sketches indicate that the opening themes of these very different works were indeed conceived at more or less the same time. The Fourth Piano Concerto dates from 1805-6, a period that also witnessed the composition of the Violin Concerto and Fourth Symphony. The Fourth Piano Concerto and Fourth Symphony both received their first performances at a concert at the Viennese home of Prince Joseph Franz Maximilian Lobkowitz in March 1807. Once again the composer himself was the soloist. A review of a second performance of the concerto described the work as "a new pianoforte concerto of tremendous difficulty that Beethoven performed astonishingly well at the fastest possible speeds".

From the Klavierfestival Ruhr in the Jahrhunderthalle Bochum Daniel Barenboim, soloist and conductor Staatskapelle Berlin

0:50 I. Allegro moderato (19:41) 20:49 II. Andante con moto (5:16) 26:10 III. Rondo. Vivace (12:48)

Mozart | Piano Concerto No. 9 | Yuja Wang

Walt Disney Concert Hall
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Lionel Bringuier

0:00 Allegro 10:10 Andantino 22:00 Rondo (Presto)

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Tuck Andress | Reckless Precision

AllMusic Review by 

Tuck Andress is the instrumental half of the successful Windham Hill guitar and vocal duo Tuck And Patti. On his first solo album Andress's extraordinary technical skills and musical range are given center stage. For sheer virtuosity few guitarists can match his pyrotechnical wizardry. He has developed a unique style that allows him to play lead, rhythm and bass parts simultaneously, often at dizzying speeds, but never sacrificing warmth and sensitivity in the process. Recorded live in the studio, without overdubs, the material ranges from Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror" and the garage rock classic "Louie Louie" to the jazz standards "Body and Soul" and "Begin the Beguine" to a Wizard of Oz medley "Over the Rainbow/If I Only Had a Brain." Three originals are included: "Sweet P," dedicated to his wife and musical partner Patti Cathcart, "Manonash" written at the tomb of his spiritual teacher Meher Baba, and the extended collage "Grooves of Joy." Though it was never in doubt, the aptly titled Reckless Precisionshould solidify Andress's reputation as one of the most brilliant guitar players alive today.

Tuck Andress
Reckless Precision Label: Wndham Hill Jazz Year: 1990

A1 Man In The Mirror 00:00 A2 (Somewhere) Over The Rainbow / If Only I Had A Brain 03:50 A3 Louie Louie 08:33 A4 Body And Soul 12:18 A5 Sweet P 17:12 A6 Stella By Starlight 21:24 B1 Manonash 25:52 B2 Manha De Carnaval 29:47 B3 Grooves Of Joy 35:23 B4 Begin The Beguine 46:32

Sharply Detached | Rough Around The Edges

Smooth Jazz but not too smooth, a little Rough Around the Edges
Sharply Detached is Stevie T and Michael Arthur

While producing a record for somebody else, Stevie and Michael found themselves with some left over studio time and a great group of musicians warmed up and ready to go. It only took a few minutes to record their first original song (Blue Miles) and everyone agreed they should be doing their own project.

Sharply Detached Rough Around the Edges Year Of Release: 2015 Label: Sharply Detached

1. Mock 7 00:00 2. Something Else 04:56 3. Rhodes Thang 09:58 4. Trusty Suit 14:26 5. And so I Am Today 18:51 6. Blue Miles 23:19 7. Aaisha 28:01 8. Just Trying Too 32:48 9. Why 37:34