Posts Tagged ‘jazz’

Song of the Day: Idris Muhammed “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This? (Leftfside Wobble Edit)”

Posted by: DJ D-Mac
Aug 08, 2014

Idris Muhammed’s Loft classic, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?” is here edited with a light touch by Leftside Wobble.

Song of the Day: Zara McFarlane “Police and Thieves”

Posted by: Neville C.
Feb 24, 2014

A few folks have covered Junior Murvin and Lee “Scratch” Perry’s “Police and Thieves,” but as far as I know no one has done a jazz version until Zara McFarlane!

Song of the Day: George Michael “Kissing a Fool”

Posted by: Ange
Jan 07, 2014

I don’t think I have ever professed my love for George Michael on this (or any other) site before. I have loved him since the 80′s and have a deeper appreciation of him as an adult.

Song of the Day: George Shearing and The Montgomery Brothers “No Hard Feelings”

Posted by: DJ D-Mac
Nov 08, 2013

Thanks to my father, I’ll always have a soft spot for this 1961 pairing of pianist George Shearing and The Montgomery Brothers.

Jane and John’s backyard wedding reception in Darnestown

Posted by: Neville C.
Oct 04, 2013

I love backyard weddings (especially when the house is owned by the parents of the bride or groom) as it always makes for a more familial affair!

Song of the Day: Charles Earland “Leaving This Planet”

Posted by: DJ Meistro
Mar 27, 2013

I first learned of this Loft Classic through Yam Who’s? remix of Damn’s! dance floor interpretation of the Charles Earland masterpiece, “Leaving This Planet.”

Song of the Day: The Bryan Ferry Orchestra “Love is the Drug”

Posted by: DJ D-Mac
Feb 18, 2013

40 years in on an enduring career as an musical innovator and indelible style icon, Bryan Ferry reinvents his own musical catalog as artifacts of the Jazz Age.

Song of the Day: Placebo “Humpty Dumpty”

Posted by: DJ Nitekrawler
Mar 13, 2012

Placebo were a Belgian jazz band with a four-piece brass section that cut albums from 1971 to 1974. Their debut LP, Balls Of Eyes, is known as being their best effort (it also won a prize at 1972’s Montreux Jazz Festival). Off that LP comes this track, “Humpty Dumpty,” with a fusion of jazz, funk, and chillness. Famously sampled by J. Dilla.

Download: Don Patterson “Holiday Soul”

Posted by: DJ D-Mac
Dec 21, 2011

One of jazz organist Don Patterson’s best and rarest albums is a collection of traditional Christmas tunes called Holiday Soul (Prestige 7315 (mono) & 7415 (stereo)). I’ve digitized it—crackles and pops intact—and made it available for you and yours to enjoy!

Song of the Day: Dave Brubeck “Take Five”

Posted by: Neville C.
Dec 19, 2011

“Take Five” by Dave Brubeck was the first jazz song I ever liked, and I mean really really liked! Even though my parents had a fairly large record collection they were NOT jazz fans. Maybe it was the fact that I discovered this gem on my own that made it (still makes it) special to me.

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