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Bluesy jazz ?
Gillian posted a topic in RecommendationsHi all, I would like to know what's for you the best "bluesy jazz"? I mean a melancholic jazz who seems like blues. Here are some songs I gathered. I'm looking for stuff like this. Thanks a lot for your recommandations. Freddie Hubbard - Lonely Soul - A Soul Experiment Tony Scott - Blues For Charlie Parker - Born to be Blue Jazz Charles Mingus - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat - Ah Um Art Pepper - The Prisoner - Winter Moon (Remastered) Alif Tree - I Feel Blue - French Cuisine Horace Parlan - Oh So Blue - The Complete Horace Parlan Blue Note Sessions (2000 - Remaster) Jackie McLean - Love And Hate - Destination...Out! Stanley Clarke - Yesterday Princess - Stanley Clarke Kai Winding - Laura - Suspense Themes In Jazz Nicholas Payton;Dr. John;Dianne Reeves - Blues In The Night - Dear Louis Studio Musicians - Blues for the Weepers - Jazz Cabaret Songs Blue Mitchell - Park Avenue Petite - Blue Soul [Keepnews Collection] Donald Byrd - Cristo Redentor - A New Perspective (The Rudy Van Gelder Edition) The Viscounts - Harlem Nocturne - Single Version - Harlem Nocturne Wynton Marsalis - Indelible and Nocturnal - Standard Time Vol. 2: Intimacy Calling Miles Davis - Blue in Green - Kind Of Blue (Legacy Edition) Shelly Manne;And His Men - The Wind - The Vinyl Masters More Swinging Sounds Zoot Sims - Evening in Paris - Zoot Sims avec Henri Renaud et son orchestre Here is the spotify link :
Bruce Burrows posted a topic in Offering and Looking For...I have many pre-recorded 10" reels for sale (15 IPS). Lots of rare jazz and blues and a some BBC concerts. email me for a play list. email@example.com
4am contento jazz
Roberto Marcello Giddio posted a topic in New ReleasesSome cool stuff here! https://soundcloud.com/roberto-gs-elevator-jazz/4am-contento-jazz-2015
Self-Accompanying Jazz Artists
allthatjazznj posted a topic in ArtistsI am preparing a program on self-accompanying jazz artists and am not sure if this is the precise forum to post this question. Of course, there are jazz pianists who also sang, notably Nat King Cole. Of course, there is Nina Simone and Diana Krall. There are Slim and Slam. I am not looking for blues, rock, or folk artists. There are tons and tons of them who accompany themselves. I would appreciate other artists who sing and who also play an instrument. Many thanks
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