Friday, December 26, 2008

Ohio Players (1968 - 1981) (18 albums)

The Ohio Players combine funk, disco, country, jazz, soul, and rock to create a uniquely danceable, multilayered, and memorable sound. The band reached an apex of popularity in the 1970s during the funk and disco era and with the advent of rap and hip-hop, has enjoyed an enthusiastic renaissance since the mid-1990s.

The brainchild of guitarist Robert Ward, the group began as the Ohio Untouchables in Dayton, Ohio, in 1959. Bassist Marshall Jones, saxophonist and flutist Clarence "Satch" Satchell, and trumpeter Ralph "Pee Wee" Middlebrook comprised the unchanging core of the group over the decades. Apart from this trio, the band's membership changed countless times over the course of almost four decades. Guitarist and vocalist Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner, keyboardist and percussionist William "Billy" Beck, conga player Robert "Kuumba" Jones, trumpeter Marvin "Merv" Pierce, percussionist James "Diamond" Williams, and rhythm guitarist and vocalist Clarence "Chet" Willis completed the band in the 1990s.
As the Ohio Untouchables, the group worked backup in Detroit for the Falcons--whose lead singer was the young and incomparable Wilson Pickett--on their 1962 hit single "I Found a Love." Five years later, in 1967, the Untouchables changed their name to the Ohio Players, moved back to Dayton, and performed as a funky, soulful octet.
The group then moved to Los Angeles and remained there until the end of the 1960s before relocating once again back to their home state of Ohio. The funk and rhythm and blues music of the early 1970s was heavily influenced by bands like Sly & the Family Stone-- bands that fused rock with funk and soul. The Ohio Players were eager to experiment as well, and their funky sound grew more progressive and distinctive. "Sugarfoot" Bonner added a nasal, almost comical quality to the band's vocal sound, rendering their singles danceable and catchy.
The Ohio Players released their debut album, Pain, in 1971 on Detroit's Westbound Records, a label shared by George Clinton's Funkadelic band. They followed their debut with Pleasure a year later, then Ecstasy in 1973. The albums were only moderately successful, but the recording experience was invaluable for the band to hone its signature trademarks: large horn-powered tracks, odd background sounds such as whistles and alarms, and absurd, salacious lyrics. In 1974 the Ohio Players signed with Mercury Records; by then the band's fluctuating membership had finally stabilized.
The Ohio Players' southern Ohio environment shaped their diverse tastes and the breadth of their musical knowledge. James Brown recorded many of his greatest hits in Cincinnati's King Records studio in the 1950s and 1960s, the soulful Isley Brothers and funk superstar Bootsy Collins were both products of the Cincinnati music scene, and during the 1970s and 1980s dance groups such as Lakeside, the Deele, Midnight Star, and Slave also emerged from the southern Ohio region.
There were no radio stations in southern Ohio that played strictly black music in the early and mid-1970s, so the Ohio Players would cover whatever was on the radio, which was usually an eclectic mix such as Peter, Paul & Mary, Grand Funk Railroad, Tower of Power, and the Jazz Crusaders. To attract the attention of record store browsers, the band became known for its racy album jackets, usually featuring an undressed woman in a suggestive pose. When they switched over to Mercury Records, the risque cover tradition continued; for example, one album pictured a nude woman covered in honey. In time, even people who did not purchase the Ohio Players' albums began to look forward to the band's next album jacket.
In 1974 the Ohio Players released their first album for Mercury, Skin Tight, and ushered in a three-year run at the top of the R&B and dance music charts. The singles "Skin Tight" and "Jive Turkey" were both Top Ten R&B hits. The Ohio Players were adding more and more sound effects with each album, and when Fire was released in 1974, it pushed the envelope even further with sirens, high-pitched squeals, and space bleeps.
Fire is arguably the crown jewel in the Ohio Players' collection of albums. The bandmembers listened to the LP's tracks--without the vocals--in Los Angeles with Stevie Wonder, and they each knew even then that the album was going to be a tremendous hit. The title track was created out of a high-octane instrumental jam session, fusing funk, rock, and fiery drums. It became the band's first Number One single on the pop charts.
Fire also included a rare stab at social commentary with the single "I Want to Be Free." Aside from this album, the Ohio Players avoided heavy or moralistic lyrics, preferring a lighthearted, silly, almost nonsensical approach to their music. The band's next Number One single was "Love Rollercoaster" on the Honey album in 1975, followed by "Who'd She Coo?" in 1976 on Contradiction; then the string of hit singles ended. "O-H-I-O," released on Angel in 1977, was the band's last major single to become a hit, but the Ohio Players continued to tour well into the 1990s.
The influence of the Ohio Players is obvious in the music of the 1990s. Their songs have been heavily sampled by West Coast rap and hip-hop groups, most notably Dr. Dre and his "G-Funk" sound. Primus, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Soundgarden have all borrowed stylistically from the Ohio Players, and Soundgarden covered their single "Fopp" note for note.
With an extensive touring schedule and the 1995 release of the Mercury/Chronicles "Funk Essentials" collection--a seven-album overview of 1970s funk-rock-soul music that includes a compilation of the Ohio Players' material called Funk on Fire!--the band remained in the musical limelight two decades after the release of their best-known songs.

1968 - First Impression (192 kBps)
1968 - Observations In Time (192 kBps)
1971 - Pain (256 kBps)
1972 - Pleasure (256 kBps)
1973 - Ecstacy (224 kBps)
1973 - Climax (320 kBps, outtakes & jams)
1974 - Skin Tight (256 kBps)
1975 - Fire (256 kBps)
1975 - Honey (256 kBps)
1975 - Rattlesnake (256 kBps)
1976 - Contradiction (320 kBps)
1976 - Gold (256 kBps, compilation)
1977 - Angel (256 kBps)
1977 - Mr. Mean (256 kbps)
1978 - Jass-Ay-lay-Dee (256 kBps)
1979 - Everybody Up (VBR)
1981 - Ouch! (VBR)
1981 - Tenderness (Various CBR)

Mighty Super Funk - Rare 45s & Undiscovered Masters 1967 to 1978 Vol 6

Our favorite kind of funk is Super Funk - and this fab entry to the long-running series definitely keeps up the groove! As before, there's plenty of rare tracks here - most pulled from obscure singles of late 60s/early 70s vintage - and some even from rare studio tapes that were never issued at the time! Most tracks are short, with a nicely gritty groove - the kind of funky 45 madness that will always keep us digging for rare 7" singles - put together by the BGP crew with a real understanding of the groove! There's some especially nice female singers in the mix - almost creating a mini Sister Funk focus on the package - but there's also great guy singers and groups too. 20 tracks in all - with cuts that include "The Sneak" by The Douzer, "Queen Of Losers" by Eleanor Rigby, "Groovy Baby" by Kim Tamanga, "It's Mookie Time" by Cleveland Eaton & The Kats, "Party Time" by James Carpenter, "Moving Woman" by 87th Off Broadway, "Bad Bad Woman (part 1)" by Marie Franklin, "He Say She Say" by Chet Ivey, "Cold Sweat" by Julio Zavalla, "Shakin Up The Nation" by The Radiations, "One Sweet Song" by Gloria Lucas, and "I'm Moving Home" by Mary Alice McCall. © 1996-2008, Dusty Groove America, Inc.

01 The Love Experience - Are You Together For The New Day 03:15
02 Eleanor Rigby - Queen Of Losers 03:03
03 Kim Tamanga - Groovy Baby 02:28
04 Gloria Lucas - One Sweet Song 02:36
05 Mary Alice Mccall - I'm Moving Home 03:58
06 The Phillips Brothers - Who Stole My Cookie 03:36
07 Mr Jamo - Shake What You Brought With You 03:41
08 Los Africanos - It's Your Thing 05:40
09 Cleveland Eaton & The Kats - It's Mookie Time 02:28
10 James Carpenter - Party Time 03:59
11 87th Off Broadway - Moving Woman 02:56
12 Marie Franklin - Bad, Bad Woman Pt 1 03:14
13 Elroy Peace - New Day 02:58
14 Chet Ivey - He Say She Say 06:20
15 Adolph Jacobs - Do It 03:44
16 The Radiations Aka The Headliners - Shakin' Up The Nation 03:19
17 Julio Zavalla - Cold Sweat 03:24
18 Joe Haywood - (Play Me) A Cornbread Song 02:50
19 Sandra Phillips - Some Mother's Son 03:38
20 The Douzer - The Sneak 02:52

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Run for Cover II Mixed by Chairman Mao and DJ Muro 2008


Chairman Mao - Run for Cover II - 74:56
1 Unknown Artist What's Going On (4:16)
2 Unknown Artist Who Is She And What Is She To You (2:59)
3 Unknown Artist Give Me Your Love (2:06)
4 Unknown Artist The Message (3:37)
5 Unknown Artist The Way You Do The Things You Do (2:34)
6 Unknown Artist Grandma's Hands (2:23)
7 Willie Wright Right On For The Darkness (3:09)
8 Unknown Artist Reach Out I'll Be There (2:31)
9 Unknown Artist Stoned Soul Picnic (3:02)
10 Unknown Artist Tighten Up (1:27)
11 Unknown Artist Tighten Up (2:11)
12 Unknown Artist The Popcorn (2:17)
13 Unknown Artist It Only Takes A Minute (4:05)
14 Unknown Artist Movin' (3:08)
15 Unknown Artist Melting Pot (2:30)
16 Unknown Artist The Bottle (2:38)
17 Unknown Artist Can't You See Me (4:41)
18 Unknown Artist What You Won't Do For Love (4:55)
19 Unknown Artist La La Means I Love You (3:23)
20 Unknown Artist Over Like A Fat Rat (4:03)
21 Unknown Artist Lovely Day (3:18)
22 Unknown Artist I Want To Be Part Of You (3:21)
23 Unknown Artist Ain't No Woman (Like The One I've Got) (3:17)
24 Unknown Artist Together (3:07)

DJ Muro - Run for Cover II - 72:15
1 Unknown Artist Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child (3:31)
2 Unknown Artist Theme From The Godfather (1:05)
3 Unknown Artist Light My Fire (2:25)
4 Unknown Artist Ain't No Sunshine (1:54)
5 Unknown Artist Ain't No Sunshine (1:34)
6 Unknown Artist People Make The World Go Round (3:32)
7 Unknown Artist I Don't Know What It Is (But It Sure Is Funky) (1:52)
8 Unknown Artist Sunny (3:59)
9 Unknown Artist Summer In The City (3:28)
10 Unknown Artist Little Ghetto Boy (3:44)
11 Unknown Artist Love & Happiness (2:55)
12 Unknown Artist Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now (3:46)
13 Unknown Artist Mind Blowing Decision (4:34)
14 Unknown Artist Take Me To The Mardi Gras (3:27)
15 Unknown Artist Superstition (1:40)
16 Unknown Artist Fencewalk (1:39)
17 Unknown Artist Popcorn With A Feeling (2:59)
18 Unknown Artist Think (About It) (2:28)
19 Unknown Artist Think (About It) (2:00)
20 Unknown Artist Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved (4:09)
21 Unknown Artist Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (3:39)
22 Unknown Artist Cloud Nine (2:26)
23 Unknown Artist Apache (3:48)
24 Unknown Artist Land Of Love (2:28)
25 Unknown Artist I Can't Stop Dancing (3:15)

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Welcome To The Party (2008)

Here at Jazzman we are all about rescuing esoteric, forgotten and obscure auditory delights from yesteryear, and we unleash them onto a world that's starved for a musical alternative to popular dross. So many millions of songs, some good and many bad, have been recorded these past 50 years, yet so many of the amazing ones have slipped through the net, never to be heard of againà

Unfortunately the times present us with a situation where not everyone has access to a phonograph which will reveal the sonic delights of these plastic masterpieces. These unlucky individuals have yet to experience the hip-shaking soulful grind of Sheila Wilkerson, nor have they become enchanted by the Middle-Eastern twang of Egyptian drummer Salah Ragab and his Cairo Jazz Band. They have not been seduced by Della Reese as she swoons and sways her way around Hollywood's Playboy night club, and nor have they got down to the nitty-gritty low down funk of Bobby Williams & his Mar-Keys.

01 The Har You Percussion Group - Welcome To The Party 04:00
02 Sheila Wilkerson - Baby Your A Jive Cat 02:36
03 Salah Ragab - Egypt Strut 04:52
04 Little Beaver - Do Right Man 02:47
05 Noro Morales Quintet - Saona 02:38
06 Sohail Rana - Soul Sitar 02:07
07 Al Escobar - Tighten Up 02:47
08 La Lupe - Fever 02:43
09 Della Reese - It Was A Very Good Year 03:1
10 Bobby Williams - Soul Brother Party 06:29
11 Ricardo Marrero And The Group - Babalonia 03:28
12 The Natural Yoghurt Band - Soft Cheese 04:03

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Keep On Struttin': A Tribute To The Meters 2009

A massive tribute to The Meters - one that features rare versions of some of their best funky classics! If you dig The Meters, you'll no doubt recognize most of the tunes - but you've probably never heard them in these versions before - as most of them are pulled from the farthest reaches of the 60s and 70s funky underground! Most numbers change things up a bit in terms of instrumentation - using a guitar where you might normally hear an organ, tipping the rhythm a bit more towards one speed or another - but all of them continue strongly that chunky, gritty approach to instrumental funk the New Orleans combo first forged in the late 60s - a legacy that still lives on in lots of current work, but which sounds even fresher in these rare gems from years back. There's also a few original compositions by some of these artists, but they're all tunes that fall strongly within a classic Meters groove - and titles include "Cissy Strut" by Rod Piazza, "Flight Of The Phoenix" by Dennis The Fox, "Slot Machine" by Duke Of Burlington, "Cissy Strut" by King Herbert & The Knights, "Cardova" by Syd Jones & The Gay Troubadours, "The Cissy's Thang" by The Soul Seven, "Look Ka Py Py" by The Invaders, "Chicken Strut" by King Herbert & The Knights, "Madrox" by Big Band Katouuice, "Cissy Strut" by Sacramento Senior High School, "Big Splash" by Band It, and "Soul Heart Transplant" by Ebony Rhythm Band.

01 03:35 Syd Jones and The Gay Troubadors - Cardova
02 03:42 King Herbert and The Knights - Cissy Strut
03 02:18 Duke Of Burlington - Slot Machine
04 02:34 Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band - Cissy Strut
05 02:24 Billy Ball and The Upsetters - Sissy Walk
06 03:15 Band It - Big Splash
07 03:11 Dennis The Fox - Flight Of The Phoenix
08 04:09 Rod Piazza - Cissy Strut
09 02:53 Ebony Rhythm Band - Soul Heart Transplant
10 02:34 Joe Bravo - Cissy Strut
11 02:22 The Soul Seven - The Cissy's Thang
12 02:38 The Invaders - Look Ka Py Py
13 02:20 Los Masters - Cissy Strut
14 03:41 King Herbert and The Knights - Chicken Strut
15 03:36 Big Band Katouuice - Madrox
16 00:47 Sacramento Senior High School - Cissy Strut (Outro)

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Soul Unsigned - Volume 1 (2008)

A CD containing 14 tracks from unsigned and independent artists that have been featured on the "Soul Unsigned" radio shows.
The "Soul Unsigned" radio shows, which are broadcast in the UK, USA, Sweden, Spain and New Zealand, focus on unsigned and independent soul, funk and jazz artists. The Soul Unsigned Record label releases compilations of some of the best tracks featured on the shows. This full-length complation CD picks up where EP:001 and EP:002 left off....introducing 9 new acts from around the world; Kre8iV 4ce and Kaldera from the UK, Al Campos, Dreemtime, Yohimbe and Maintain from the USA, Kan Sano from Japan, Majahba from Poland and The Black Style Mood from Switzerland. The CD also includes *new* tracks from artists previously featured on EP:001 and EP:002 - Moses Mayes, Excellent Gentlemen, Harambe, Mothergroove and Groove's Back Productions. A great collection of 14 soulful grooves.


01. Kre8iV 4ce - She 5:33
02. Al Campos - New York Feeling 4:21
03. Exellent Gentlemen - No Doubt About It 3:15
04. Moses Mayes - Intrafusion 5:01
05. Mothergroove - Don't Waste Your Time 3:42
06. Harambe - Lazy 3:28
07. Dreemtime - Sisco (Gentlemen Players Remix) 5:56
08. Kaldera - What The Rhythm's 4 5:22
09. Yohimbe - Love ESC 5:02
10. The Black Style Mood - Closer 4:47
11. Groove's Back Productions - Gently Ft. AmariM 3:07
12. Maintain - Shed Some Light 4:07
13. Majahba - Womanizer 4:48
14. Kan Sano - Inner Sun 5:14

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Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Feliz Natal

- Feliz natal a todos que frequentan este blog !!! Não se esquecendo que o homenageado do dia de hoje não e o Faditico " Papai Noel" como todos achan e sim ( Jesus Cristo).Papai noel nunca vez e nunca ira fazer nada por você, enquanto Jesus Morreu por você !!!

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Chick Corea & Return To Forever - Musicmagic (1977)

01. The Musician
02. Hello Again
03. Music Magic
04. So Long Mickey Mouse
05. Do You Ever
06. The Endless Night

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Mo Horizons - 10 Years Of ... (2008)


Disco 1

01. Oye Bossa
02. Foto Viva (Radio Version)
03. Flyin Away
04. Fever 99
05. Bosshannover
06. Remember Tomorrow
07. Superworld (Bassic Instinct Remix)
08. Pe Na Estrada (Radio Version)
09. Drum'n Boogaloo
10. So Ma Guisee
11. A Touch Of Hope
12. Mambuloo
13. Ai Mi Morena (Radio Version)
14. My Bombombomb (Radio Version)
15. Brandnew Shoes (Radio Version)
16. Green Day (Radio Version)

Disco 2

01. My Bombombomb (Flamingo Star Remix)
02. Kikiribu (The Bahama Soul Club Remix)
03. Don't Bring Me Down
04. Green Day (Una Mas Trio Remix)
05. Tu Fiesta Personal (TM Juke Remix)
06. Sunshine Today (Alan De Laniere Remix)
07. Lovely Day Inside (Jazz Juice Remix)
08. Ay Y N'Ama (DJ Day Remix)
09. Insatiable (Mr.Confuse Acoustic Remix)
10. You Know I Don't

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Saturday, December 20, 2008

George Cates - Polynesian Percussion

1 Pagan Love Song
>> - George Cates - Polynesian Percussion " target="_blank">2 The Hawaiian Wedding Song >>>
3 Hawaiian War Chant
>> - George Cates - Polynesian Percussion " target="_blank">4 The Moon of Manakoora >>>
5 Drifting and Dreaming
6 Chant of the Jungle
7 Bali Ha'i
>> - George Cates - Polynesian Percussion " target="_blank">8 Now Is The Hour >>>
9 Beyond the Reef
10 Ka-Lu-A
11 My Isle of Golden Dreams
12 Song of the Islands

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Guiro, Boo-bams, Rhythm Logs, Celeste, Marimba, Xylophone, Bells, Pu Ili (or Pui
Sticks), Kalaau, Uli Uli, Tympani, Timbales, Conga Drum, Bongos, Maracas, Finger
Cymbals (or "Ching-Chings"), Electric Bass, String Bass, and Triangle.

The beautiful music of Polynesia, including Hawaii, has many surprises. At its best,
as in this superbly recorded and arranged package, it represents a fusion of the
melodic approach of American popular music with the rhythm of the Latin American
countries. Similarly, this unusual and brilliant album contains many surprises. Who
would think that The Hawaiian War Chant, for example would make a perfect
cha-cha? Would you believe, without hearing it, that Now /s The Hour could be
played in three-quarter time, and yet not sound like a "waltz" in the traditional
Viennese sense? Through the imagination of George Gates, these and many other
musical miracles have been achieved. "Now Is The Hour," for example, keeps that
same distinctly latin percussive pulse which, although in three-quarter time,
completely removes the feeling of a waltz.

The foundation for all these exciting performances is provided by nearly a score
of percussion instruments, some familiar, such as the tympani marimbas and
xylophones; some exotic, including the Uli Uli, the Pu Hi, and the Boo-Bams. (A
detailed list of all of the percussion is to be found below). Two noteworthy
contributions to the melody elements should be mentioned: that of Buddy Cole, who
used his Novachord so effectively, sometimes as a "string section" other times as
part of the percussion effect, and often as the melody instrument; the other, the
deft use of three soprano voices in combination witii an alto flute, in such numbers
as The Wedding Song, Beyond The Reef and, of course, Aloha Oe, without which
one could hardly depart from this musical visit to those romantic islands. The soloist,
Norma Zimmer, incidentally, was also the lovely voice which s»ng the obligate on
George Gates' famous recording of Moonglow, with the added theme from Picnic.
These elements, carefully planned and beautifully executed, add up to a stereo-hi-fi

Walter Wanderley - Batacuda

1. On the South Side of Chicago - Walter Wanderley, Zeller, Phil
2. O Barquinho - Walter Wanderley, Boscoli, Ronaldo
3. Batucada - Walter Wanderley, Valle, Marcos
4. It Hurts to Say Goodbye - Walter Wanderley,
5. Os Grilos (The Crickets Sing for Anamaria) - Walter Wanderley, Valle, Marcos
6. Minha Saudade - Walter Wanderley, Donato, Hal Joao
7. É Preciso Cantar - Walter Wanderley, Valle, Marcos
8. So What's New? - Walter Wanderley, Pisano, John
9. Wave - Walter Wanderley, Jobim, Antonio Carl
10. Ainda Mais Lindo (More Beautiful) - Walter Wanderley, Valle, Marcos
11. Ela E Carioca (She's a Carioca) - Walter Wanderley, Jobim, A. C.
12. Jequibau (Pretty Butterfly) - Walter Wanderley, Pereiro, C.

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Walter Wanderley (12 May 1932 - 4 September 1986) was an organist and pianist, born in Recife, Brazil and best known for his lounge and bossa nova music.

Already famous in his native country by the late 1950's, he became an internationally renown star through his collaboration with the singer Astrud Gilberto and her husband, João Gilberto. During 1966-67, he recorded three notable albums on the Verve label with the Walter Wanderley Trio (consisting of Walter, Claudio Slon (drums) and Jose Marino (bass). These albums, "Rainforest", "Cheganca" (complete with gatefold sleeve) and Astrud Gilberto's "A Certain Smile, A Certain Sadness" were produced in the United States by Creed Taylor, who initially brought the Trio to the U.S. to record. Wanderley's U.S. recording of "Summer Samba" reached #26 on the Billboard charts in the summer of 1966.[1]

After the Trio disbanded (though they were briefly reunited in 1971 for "The Return of the Original" on Canyon Records)[2], Wanderley himself continued to record albums on Verve, A&M/CTi, and GNP Cresendo. During this time he also made numerous personal appearances, including a concert tour of Mexico.

Known for his smooth style and mastery of the Hammond B-3 organ, he died of cancer in 1986.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Gecko Turne - Manipulado


01 monosabio blues (philip owusu remix) 03:26
02 45.000$ (guapa pasea) (afrodisiac soundsystem remix) 04:32
03 tontotorrone (gecko's tonto edit) 03:57
04 un lim'n en la cabeza (quantic mix) 04:51
05 en la calle, on the street (the dining rooms afrojazz remix) 04:51
06 rainbow country (instituto mexicano del sonido remix) 03:53
07 toda moja?ta (dutch rhythm combo remix) 06:58
08 sycamore blues (dublex inc. remix) 05:43
09 afrobeatnik (seiji remix) 06:19
10 tieso (y sin desayun?) (gordon blackbeard's scotch mist remix) 07:19
11 dizzie (boozoo bajou remix) 05:59

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Mr. Confuse - Feel The Fire (2008)


01. Hurricane Jane (Introduction)
02. Lookout Weekend
03. Going Somewhere
04. Balkan Funk
05. It's Just A Blues
06. Do It Right Now
07. Lay It Down
08. Feel The Fire
09. En Movimiento
10. Groovin' On The Spot
11. The Groove Merchant
12. When I Hear Music
13. Imovel
14. The Arrrgh Theme (Outroduction)

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The Dizzy Gillespie Big 7 At The Montreux Jazz Festival 1975


1 Lover, Come Back to Me 16:43
2 What's New? 12:13
3 Cherokee 11:01

Dizzy Gillespie - Trumpet
Milt Jackson - Vibraphone
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Sax (Tenor)
Johnny Griffin - Sax (Tenor)
Tommy Flanagan - Piano
Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen - Bass
Mickey Roker - Drums
Norman Granz - Producer

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A Love Affair - The Music Of Ivan Lins

Ivan Guimaraes Lins (born June 16, 1945) is a Brazilian musician. He has been an active performer and songwriter of Brazilian popular music (MPB) and jazz for over 30 years. His first hit, Madalena, was recorded by Elis Regina in 1970. Beyond his own performance of his compositions, Simone is his most notable and respected interpreter.


01. Sting - She Walks This Earth (4:41)
02. Vanessa Williams - Love Dance (5:10)
03. Grover Washington, Jr. - Camaleao (4:29)
04. New York Voices - Answered Prayers (E De Deus) (4:28)
05. Chaka Khan - So Crazy For This Love (Cru-Cre Corroro) (4:19)
06. Lisa Fischer & James 'D Train' Williams - You Moved Me To This (4:06)
07. Brenda Russell - Nocturne (Noturna) (4:25)
08. Peter White - Elis (Leva E Traz) (4:07)
09. Freddy Cole - I'm Not Alone (Anjo De Mim) (4:59)
10. Dianne Reeves - Sweet Presence (Doce Precensa) (5:24)
11. Ivan Lins - Somos Todos Iquais Nesta Noite (4:14)

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Dj Premier - Time 4 Change [Bootleg (2008)

01 DJ Premier & Biggest G - Time 4 Change
02 Nygz - Policy
03 Big Shug - When I Strike
04 House Of Reps - U Gotta Love Us
05 Termanology - Hold That
06 Blaq Poet - Ain’t Nuttin Changed
07 Prodigy - Veterans Memorial Pt. 2
08 Statik Selektah Ft. MOP, Jadakiss - For The City
09 Young Maylay - I Showed You
10 D-Flow (DITC) - Like Dat
11 Scarface - Emeritus
12 Jake One Ft. Little Brother - Bless The Child
13 Ludacris Ft. Floyd Mayweather - Undisputed
14 LL Cool J - Dear Hip Hop
15 DJ Revolution Ft. Planet Asia - School
16 Bumpy Knuckles - The OG Pt. 3
17 Royce Tha 5′9″ - I Gotta Shake This
18 DJ Revolution Ft. KRS-One, DJ Premier - The DJ
19 Black Milk Ft. Pharoahe Monch, DJ Premier, Sean Price - The Matrix

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Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Jamiroquai - Emergency on planet earth

1. When You Gonna Learn (Digeridoo) (3:52)
2. Too Young To Die (6:08)
3. Hooked Up (4:38)
4. If I Like It, I Do It (4:55)
5. Music Of The Mind (6:25)
6. Emergency On Planet Earth (4:07)
7. Whatever It Is, I Just Can't Stop (4:09)
8. Blow Your Mind (8:36)
9. Revolution 1993 (10:19)
10. Didgin' Out (2:35)

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Mother Earth - Stoned Woman (1992)


1. Riot On 103rd Street
2. Look To The Light
3. Stoned Woman
4. The 5th Quadrant
5. Jonathan E
6. Bad Ass Weed
7. Knowledge (Rap)
8. Knowledge (Instrumental)

9. Look To The Light (Alternate)


Creative Music Studio - Woodstock Jazz Festival, Vol 2

Track Listing:

1 – Impressions
Performed by: Chick Corea, Anthony Braxton, Jack DeJohnette, Miroslav Vitous

2 – No Greater Love
Performed by: Chick Corea, Anthony Braxton, Jack DeJohnette, Miroslav Vitous, Lee Konitz

3 – All Blues
Performed by: Chick Corea, Anthony Braxton, Jack DeJohnette, Miroslav Vitous, Lee Konitz & Pat Metheny

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Creative Music Studio - Woodstock Jazz Festival, Vol 1

Track Listing:

1 – Waltz
Performed by: Chick Corea, Jack DeJohnette, Miroslav Vitous

2 – Isfahan
Performed by: Chick Corea, Jack DeJohnette, Miroslav Vitous

3 – Stella By Starlight
Performed by: Chick Corea & Lee Konitz

4 – Round Midnight
Performed by: Chick Corea & Lee Konitz

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Chick Corea - Electric Chick (2008)

Track Listing:

1. Slinky
2. The One Step
3. Sicily
4. Fickle Funk
5. Hot News Blues
6. Friends
7. Love Castle
8. Wind Danse
9. Leprechaun is Dream
10. The Mad Hatter Rhapsody

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Jimmy Smith - New Sound ... A New Star...

Jimmy Smith - New Sound ... A New Star...

CD 1
01. The Way You Look Tonight [0:05:03]
02. You Get 'Cha [0:04:24]
03. Midnight Sun [0:04:25]
04. Lady Be Good [0:05:47]
05. The High and the Mighty [0:04:21]
06. But Not For Me [0:04:29]
07. The Preacher [0:04:34]
08. Tenderly [0:03:55]
09. Joy [0:03:16]
10. The Champ [0:08:36]
11. Bayou [0:04:52]
12. Deep Purple [0:07:15]
13. Moonlight in Vermont [0:04:33]
14. Ready 'N Able [0:06:29]

CD 2
01. Turquoise [0:04:12]
02. Bubbis [0:04:32]
03. Gone With the Wind [0:02:56]
04. Jamey [0:06:00]
05. My Funny Valentine [0:06:20]
06. Slightly Monkish [0:05:28]
07. I Can't Give You Anything But Love [0:04:47]
08. Judo Mambo [0:05:32]
09. Willow Weep for Me [0:05:42]
10. Lover Come Back to Me [0:06:41]
11. Well You Needn't [0:06:21]
12. Fiddlin the Minors [0:05:09]
13. Autumn Leaves [0:04:44]
14. I Cover the Waterfront [0:03:37]

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Nina Simone -Jazz As Played In An Exclusive Side Stre (1958)

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VA - Putumayo Presents - Women Of Jazz (2008)

1. Melody Gardot - Goodnite 03:07
2. Madeleine Peyroux - Dance Me to the End of Love 03:57
3. Cassandra Wilson - Lover Come Back To Me 04:16
4. Sophie Milman - Lonely in New York 03:16
5. Hope Waits - I’ll Be Satisfied 02:56
6. Kate Paradise - Mean to Me 04:29
7. Jennifer Hartswick - Lover Man 03:11
8. Stacey Kent - Shall We Dance? 03:42
9. Della Griffin - It Could Happen to You 04:12
10. Etta James - Since I Fell for You 06:04

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