- Title:Asian Influences - Ethnic Jazz
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Sosa mixes jazz influences alongside Latin rhythms, North African percussions and spoken word/rap lyrics. He also references classical music. Political and spiritual, he describes his music as an expression of humanism and Santería. On various projects his sounds have ranged from pleasant and melodic, big Latin band, piano improvisation, world music, to free jazz and avant-garde. Inspired by various musical elements and motifs from Kind Of Blue, Sosa wrote a suite of music honoring the spirit of freedom in Davis’ seminal work. The CD received a nomination for Best Latin Jazz Album at the 56th annual Grammy Awards. Live Perfomance at 29th Festival A Vaulx Jazz Vaulx-en-Velin, France 10 March 2016.
Artist: Natalia Mann Album: pasif. ist Genre: Ethnic Jazz, Harp, Turkish, World, Neo Classical Label: Rattle Records Released: 2011 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Gül Çayı (4:52). Sunshine Sister (5:06). Green Stones’ mystical setting of the Celtic harp tradition mixed with Pacific and New Zealand influences and sounds of taonga pūoro, instruments created from nature’s raw materials (the timbre of greenstone, the wing bone of an albatross, the leg bone of a dog), and Kızıl’s skillful support on drums gives us one of Mann’s most haunting creations.
Ethno jazz, also known as world jazz, is a subgenre of jazz and world music, developed internationally in the 1950s and '60s and broadly characterized by a combination of traditional jazz and non-Western musical elements. Though occasionally equaled to or considered the successor of world music, an independent meaning of ethno jazz emerged around 1990 through the commercial success of ethnic music via globalization, which especially observed a Western focus on Asian musical interpretations.
Various noted musicians have backed him in a number of his CD releases. In 1999, Zakir Hussain and Bill Laswell founded a musical group, Tabla Beat Science, which played a mixture of Hindustani music, Asian underground, ambient, Drum and Bass, and Electronica. Gurtu joined this group along with Karsh Kale and Talvin Singh. The group released three albums before going dormant in late 2003. In January 2011, Omar Sosa won The 10th Annual Independent Music Awards in the Jazz Album category for Ceremony. Sosa has received seven Grammy Awards nominations. He has played with a number of world musicians all around the globe, and often collaborates with those outside the jazz and Afro-Cuban traditions. On March 10, 2015 Sosa goes back to his Cuban roots with the release of Ilé.
Jazz Influences Your Brain According to psychology experts, jazz can reduce your stress level. Stress is the arch enemy of memory, but this monster can be defeated by listening to jazz. It can help you study or learn a new skill. Jazz originated from the music of American slaves and to some is it a reminder of oppressive times, but to others, it is the beginning of recognition for the black history and culture in America. If the music speaks to you, have a look at our special monthly Blues, Soul, Jazz & Funk auction to discover that record album that will complete your collection and lift your spirits. This week’s exceptional lots. Joe Cocker - Hard Knocks (hard to find on vinyl) - LP Album - 2010/2010.
On tenor, baritone and soprano sax, Carter touches on influences as diverse as vaudeville and hip-hop. James Carter's new album, Present Tense, takes some cues from vaudeville and hip-hop sounds. STR/AFP/Getty Images. On tenor, baritone and soprano sax, Carter touches on influences as diverse as vaudeville and hip-hop. Carter's early influences included tenor saxophonist Carlos Wesley Byas.
The Kafeney Houseband will present colourful sides of ethnic and jazz music from past and present. The musicians playing are Alkis Agathokleous (Ney), Ermis Michael (Guitar), Andreas Rodosthenous (Bass), Giorgos Koulas (Drums). Entrance: €10 Reservations necessary at 70002420. A few words about the musicians Alkis Agathokleous was born in Limassol. He studied jazz guitar and graduated from New School University of New York. In 2016 he released his debut album with his original compositions "Minor Change". He is currently teaching jazz guitar at the University of Nicosia while performing in various projects as a leader and a sideman at venues all over Cyprus, Greece, the UK and the Netherlands. Andreas Rodosthenous was born in Limassol, Cyprus in 1977. He started music by playing the electric and acoustic guitar. At the age of sixteen he started playing the electric bass.
Formerly called the Philippine International Jazz & Ethnic Arts Festival, the event is organized by the PIJazz Foundation and presents international jazz musicians along with prominent Philippine jazz and world artists. However, much of it employs the diatonic scale rather than the more Asian pentatonic scale, Traditional Filipino music is reflective of the countrys history as a melting pot of different cultures. Their debut album, Jazz Funk, was released in 1981, with 16 more albums following, the bands frontman, record producer and singer is Jean-Paul Bluey Maunick.
|1||God Only Knows|
|3||In A Persian Market|
|9||In A Doleful Mood|
|13||Like Hot Chapati's!|
|15||To The Devil!|
|18||High As A Kite|
- Published By – Arcadia Publishing
- Composed By – Seelos* (tracks: 3), Burt Lankil (tracks: 15), Jim Glass (tracks: 1,), Johannes Vogel (tracks: 4,5,17,18), Jonathan Wales (tracks: 10), Paul Honey (tracks: 12), Peter Hunt (tracks: 2), Peter Hunt (tracks: 9), Phil Mare (tracks: 11), Ron Rich (tracks: 13,14), Ryszard Szeremeta (tracks: 9, 16,19), Wolfgang Reithofer (tracks: 6-8,20)
NotesAll 20 Tunes with a 0:29 Version as well
Total 40 Tracks
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: LC 7556
- Rights Society: Austro Mechano