Air – 10000 Hz Legend

October 4, 2007 at 12:45 pm (electronic, jazz, music)

Air 10000 Hz Legend

It´s hard to tell about Air (which means Amour Iganination Rêve (Love Phantasy Dream)), I´m pretty sure all of you have heard a song the one or other times, it´s kinda funky, electronic jazz stuff.

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Barcelona Zona Bastarda (VA 2CD Comp./2002)

October 4, 2007 at 12:40 pm (hiphop, jazz, music, rnb, roots, soul)


If I think back, I had a lot of those compilations of the town where I lived and the cities around, crappy pop bullshit and silly hardrock next to each other, but this is different, it gives you a good overview about the Barcelona music scene, from ska, reggae, soul, to rock or electronic. Most of the artist are unknown for me, so I can give you the tracklist, but no further information about the artist, don´t be lazy google it yourself!

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Ennio Morricone – Crime And Dissonance

September 4, 2007 at 7:47 am (classic, jazz, music)

Crime And Dissonance

Born in 1928 Ennio Morricone is today one of the most famous TV/cinema composers of the world and my favourite. It would take too long, to list all his film musics or his compositions for live concerts, but you will surely know movies like The Untouchables, For A Fistfull Of Dollars, Lolita etc.
He also worked together with artists like Celine Dion.
If you now think about Italo-Western movies and epic soundtracks, then you´re wrong here, this one is very experimental, the 30 tracks selected by Mike Patton are, like the title shows you, dissonant. Mostly composed in the 60´s and 70´s, you will find some rarities.
No music for every day, but a very special record, if you are open minded in modern-classic or if you are a Ipecac Fan.
Disc One

Disc Two 

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Miles Davis – Someday My Prince Will Come (Remastered)

August 29, 2007 at 12:59 pm (jazz, music)

Miles Davis

Miles Davis interpreting the jazz standart “Someday My Prince Will Come”, one of his most famous songs. Credited is “The Miles Davis Sextet”, but only the title track is actually played by six musicians (John Coltrane, Hank Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, Jimmy Cobb). This is the original (it includes 6 songs, the CD remaster version includes 8 songs (Blues No.2, Someday My Prince Will Come Alternate Take)), remastered in a better quality.

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Count Basic – Moving In The Right Direction (1996)

August 29, 2007 at 11:59 am (jazz, music)

Count Basic

Todays jazz day, another jazz record, this time from the austrian acid-jazz duo “Count Basic”, this one is a mixture between acid-jazz and smooth jazz, the right sound for a good wine or some expensive chocolat.

You should know, this is the american cover, the european looks different.

Try it!

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Manhattan Jazz Orchestra – Swing Swing Swing (2006)

August 29, 2007 at 11:53 am (jazz, music)

Swing Swing Swing

Grab your Martinis ladies and gentleman, it´s swing time.

With a quality of 220kbs it´s comin to your cocktail party.

The Manhattan Jazz Orchestra was formed in 1979 by famed Tokyo based record
producer Shigeyuki Kawashima and New York arranger extraordinaire Dave Matthews
as an expansion of the award winning Manhattan Jazz Quintet (MJQ).

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Sonny Rollins – Saxophone Colossus

August 24, 2007 at 2:48 pm (jazz, music)

Saxophone Colossus

Originally published in 1956, this is a 2003 reissue, of Sonny Rollins “Saxophone Colossus”, as guest artists you have Tommy Flanagan, Max Roach, Doug Watkins.


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Pete York Drum Battle

August 24, 2007 at 2:41 pm (jazz, videos)

Recorded at the Dixieland Festival ´97 you see an amazing drum-battle between the legendary Huub Janssen, Charly Antonini and Pete York (Now on tour with the german comedian and jazz musician Helge Schneider). Amazing how cool the music is and how ugly the crowd.

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Neil Young And Bluenote – This Note´s For You

August 24, 2007 at 2:04 pm (blues, jazz)

This Note´s For You

Recorded between Novembre 1987 and January 1988 this is the 29th record of folk and allround artist Neil Young. The main focus on this record is on the horns, it has a good blues sound.

Power To The People

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