KRIS DAVIS – Diatom Ribbons (making-of)

Kris Davis, a 2021 Doris Duke Artist in the jazz category, is a critically acclaimed pianist and composer who was described by The New York Times as a beacon for “deciding where to hear jazz on a given night.” Since 2003, Davis has released 23 recordings as a leader or co-leader and has collaborated with… Continue lendo KRIS DAVIS – Diatom Ribbons (making-of)

OLIWOOD & TREVOR DUNN – Live in Bonn, Germany (2019)

Insane jazz by the extraordinary Berlin trio Oliwood, led by drummer Oliver (Oli) Steidle, featuring an equally extraordinary guest: American bassist Trevor Dunn, a reference figure in world music, with participation in groups such as Mr. Bungle, Melvins, Fantomas, Electric Masada by John Zorn and many others. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmeezLLMi1s Excerpt from 2nd set of the concert… Continue lendo OLIWOOD & TREVOR DUNN – Live in Bonn, Germany (2019)

EMMET COHEN & PATRICK BARTLEY – After You’ve Gone (live)

Multifaceted American jazz pianist and composer Emmet Cohen is in the vanguard of his generation's advancement of music and the related arts. A recognized prodigy, Cohen began Suzuki method piano instruction at age three, and his playing quickly became a mature melding of musicality, technique, and concept. Downbeat observed that his "nimble touch, measured stride… Continue lendo EMMET COHEN & PATRICK BARTLEY – After You’ve Gone (live)

ELLA FITZGERALD – After You’ve Gone

From Rhythm Is My Business (1962). “After You’ve Gone” is a 1918 popular song composed by Turner Layton with lyrics by Henry Creamer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99KezuYiVMU Now won't you listen honey, while I say,How could you tell me that you're goin' away?Don't say that we must part,Don't break your baby's heart You know I've loved you for… Continue lendo ELLA FITZGERALD – After You’ve Gone

DJANGO REINHARDT – Sultan of Swing [fvll albvm] (1936-53)

Jean Reinhardt (23 January 1910 – 16 May 1953), known by his Romani nickname Django (French: [dʒãŋɡo ʁɛjnaʁt] or [dʒɑ̃ɡo ʁenɑʁt]), was a Romani-French jazz guitarist and composer. He was one of the first major jazz talents to emerge in Europe and has been hailed as one of its most significant exponents. Before he had… Continue lendo DJANGO REINHARDT – Sultan of Swing [fvll albvm] (1936-53)

TREVON DUNN’S TRIO CONVULSANT & FOLIE À QUATRE – Saint-Médard

Trevor Dunn's Trio-Convulsant is an avant-garde jazz trio led by Mr. Bungle bassist Trevor Dunn with guitarist Mary Halvorson and drummer Ches Smith. AllMusic said the band combines "moody jazz with convulsive rock." https://youtu.be/R0nsA8DCMYw Provided to YouTube by The Orchard EnterprisesSaint-Médard · Trevor DunnSaint-Médard ℗ 2022 Pyroclastic RecordsReleased on: 2022-08-19Music Publisher: Convulsive Beauty Music (ASCAP)

GOLEM – Chervona Ruta (Червона рута)

NYC klezmer-rock band Golem performs Ukrainian song "Chervona Ruta." "Chervona Ruta" (Червона рута) is a popular Ukrainian song written by Volodymyr Ivasyuk in 1968. Chervona ruta (Monarda) (Ukrainian: Червона рута) may refer to a mythological or actual species of flowering plants in the rue genus of the citrus family, Rutaceae, or the rhododendron genus of… Continue lendo GOLEM – Chervona Ruta (Червона рута)

MULATU ASTATKE & BLACK JESUS EXPERIENCE – To Know Without Knowing (2020) [fvll albvm]

Mulatu Astatke (Amharic: ሙላቱ አስታጥቄ, romanized: mulatu ästaṭḳe; French pronunciation: Astatqé; born 19 December 1943) is an Ethiopian musician and arranger considered as the father of "Ethio-jazz". Black Jesus Experience are a nine piece Ethio-jazz band based in Melbourne, Australia. Since 2009 they have been best known for collaborations with Mulatu Astatke as well as… Continue lendo MULATU ASTATKE & BLACK JESUS EXPERIENCE – To Know Without Knowing (2020) [fvll albvm]

LUIS MARIANO – Qui Sait, Qui Sait, Qui Sait

A French version of the popular Spanish song by Cuban songwriter Osvaldo Farrés. The French lyrics, Qui sait, qui sait, qui sait, are by Jacques Larue. It is inaccurate to claim that it gains a slightly different meaning in French. In fact, the etymology of the Spanish word quizás (equivalent to Portuguese quiçá) comes from… Continue lendo LUIS MARIANO – Qui Sait, Qui Sait, Qui Sait