For tonight's Music Club, we've got the first track off of the first album by The Upsetters.
Although Brainfeeder is known for primarily being an electronic music label, they've got some good jazz artists on their roster, too. Take Kamasi Washington, for instance.
Bobby Keys, saxophonist for The Rolling Stones, has passed away.
Today, Adolphe Sax, the inventor of the saxophone would have been 200 years old!
I've talked about this talented trio from Toronto before, but since their new album is coming out soon, I figured they deserved another spot on the Music Club.
Straddling the line between free jazz and bebop is no easy task, but when you can play like Eric Dolphy, it becomes far less of an issue.
In February, Sony commissioned a remix of David Bowie's 1977 track "Sound and Vision" for an Xperia Z smartphone ad campaign. The stripped-down version lasted only 58 seconds, but it generated quite a buzz from Bowie fans, who yearned to hear the full cut. Now, they'll get their chance.
Van Morrison will revisit once of his best-loved albums with forthcoming five-disc deluxe edition of his 1969 classic Moondance. The collection will include remastered and expanded versions of the songs, and will also feature 50 unreleased tracks, including studio outtakes of favorites like “Caravan, “Moondance” and “Into The Mystic."
Nights at the Roundtable with Elena Pavlova and Pavlova Sound with Big Foot.
Nights at the Roundtable with Elena Pavlova - Eco Jazz Project with a brand new track Mind - hot off the press today.
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