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Music from our Tube: At Les, 20 years later

20 years ago I was somewhat into techno and stuff, especially the left-of-center music (and DJ sets) guys like Carl Craig and Stacey Pullen released.

Times change and that jazz thing has caught on pretty big the last couple of years for me. And now there’s Japanese Jazz-maestro Toshio Matsuura covering Carl Craig’s “At Les”. How great is that, right!?

Toshio Matsuura Group – At Les

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Music from Our Tube: Mopo

As heard on worldwide.fm; Mopo – Tökkö. The sound is vaguely reminiscent of Morphine due to the instrumentation no doubt, but this Finnish trio is more into jazz (their bio states; “The band draws their inspiration from jazz, punk and the Finnish nature”), but they rock big time nonetheless!

Mopo – Tökkö

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If you have time watch a concert of theirs on YouTube and if you dig them; they’ll be playing in Ghent and Leuven this month!

Music from Our Tube; Aimee Mann live on KEXP

Ever since I saw Magnolia I’ve been a fan of Aimee Mann. Not that I know all her songs, not that I listen to her music that regularly, but every time I do I regret having waited that long.

Anyway, she’s still going strong with high-quality songwriting about the not-so-pleasant aspects of life. This is her in the KEXP studios in July 2017, enjoy!

Aimee Mann – Full Performance (Live on KEXP)

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Music from Our Tube; Cossi Anatz (seventies French Afro-Occitan Jazz)

As heard on an older Gilles Peterson WorldWide-show I listened to on the train this morning.

Cossi Anatz – Aden Arabie

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About Cossi Anatz:

Comment ça va ? Cossi Annatz in french occitan means “How are you doing ?” I’m doing well when I listen to this beautiful free/spiritual jazz album recorded and produced by Michel Marre in the South of France and released on Vendémiaire (Jef Gilson’s label) with a similar style to Francois Tusques Intercommunal. Jazz Afro-occitan is written on the cover and it’s clearly the case when you put the needle on wax you instantly feel the North African, Arabic & Mediterranean influences, that are quite obvious here, especially in the brass & percussions. Some brilliant tracks like the beautiful deep jazz Al Coltrane or the monster spiritual oriental jazz Aden Arabie with great Fender solo.

(Source: http://www.diggersdigest.com/shop/product/jazz-afro-occitan-1/)