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Excursions - Various - Modern Jazz Movement MJ5 (CD)

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  1. Jan 05,  · This album is one of the greatest statements yet of how the new London jazz generation can be faithful to the deep history of the music, while still making club music that .
  2. This is the entirety of our first "Mod Jazz" CD, issued in , and now on g coloured vinyl as a double LP packed in a heavyweight gatefold sleeve. Though all the tracks originated from plastic, this is the first time they have been assembled together in one hip vinyl package/5(6).
  3. Piece by Balawan and BEF. The piece combines elements of beleganjur and kebyar music from Bali with elements of American country music, bluegrass, rock, funk, and jazz. Features kilitan telu-type cymbal patterns funished by four cengceng players performing in the standard beleganjur interlocking style.
  4. I'm late bloomer to playing the Saxophone and generally learning about Jazz. I have tried to read a number of books about Jazz but they were too confusing for me. Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology is very different! Having the CD's to listen to and then each song explained in the book is the best Jazz Education for a beginner like me/5(41).
  5. Kenny Garrett’s album Songbook (Warner Brothers) is a great introduction to the world of jazz posts. In the album, Garrett alternates between a simple pop aesthetic and an aggressive modern jazz angularity. Songbook’s slick and powerful tracks earned Garrett a Grammy nomination. The album also features a hair-raising performance.
  6. Modern jazz various 50's~60's Albums/Artists MrChillin65; 54 videos; views; Dave Brubeck Quartet - Jazz Impressions Of Japan (Full Album) by All That Jazz Don Kaart.
  7. Django, a Compilation of songs by The Modern Jazz Quartet. Released in January on Prestige (catalog no. PRLP ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Cool Jazz, Third Stream. Featured peformers: Milt Jackson (vibraphone), John Lewis (piano), Percy Heath (bass), Kenny Clarke (drums), Tom Hannan (cover design), Ira Gitler (liner notes).

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