What a song, what a voice, what an atmosphere. And two basses? Wow, just wow!
And if you find the clip too distracting, the song works great live as well.
An epic 15 minutes of jazz from Kamasi Washington’s soul; “Truth”. I’ve been listening to this on repeat since I heard it yesterday evening on Lefto’s radioshow. So beautiful & moving, so rooted in the past and yet so fresh and timeless!
Although I feel time has not been kind to Laurent Garnier’s music (it sounds rather dated now, but it could just as well be me getting old), but I do love listening to his “It is what it is”-radioshow on Radio Meuh which he duefully also uploads to his SoundCloud-account. Garnier’s musical taste, which he displays in his radioshow, is that broad that every show there’s at least one song that I get all excited about. This time it’s a solo improvisation from Bill Evans from back in 1958, titled “Peace Piece”. So beautiful!
A nice housey track with that much more to it then just the 4/4 beat; Theo Parrish & Waajeed, “Leave The Funk To Us”
Have a blast boys & girls!
Just picked up on Worldwide FM; James Brandon Lewis Trio featuring Anthony Pirog and Nicholas Ryan Gant (aka @ghetto_falsetto). Kind of mellow-y, which I’m not always into, but duet of Lewis’ tenor-sax and the Gant’s falsetto scatting makes for a great mix, keeping the feeling fresh and real.
And if you want to something more in-your-face; have a go at “No Filter” by the same trio. Just tenor-sax, bass & drums, but you’ll be headbanging as if you were on the front-row of a metal-festival.