Pat Metheny Christian McBride Antonio Sanchez: Day Trip / Tokyo Day Trip Live


Originally posted on Jazz You Too:

Choose a musical genre – I pick up Jazz, then an instrument – the guitar, which living guitarrist is immediately suggested? Pat Metheny! Then imagine him playing in a trio which is the same as saying: proportion, substance and coherence. Christian McBride, bass and Antonio Sanchez drums complete the triumvirate that produces the very best of a guitar virtuoso.

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Enrico Pieranunzi: Live At The Village Vanguard


Originally posted on Jazz You Too:

Italian jazz pianist Enrico Pieranunzi, often compared to Bill Evans, recorded this live album at The Village Vanguard – the jazz club located at 178 7th Avenue South in Greenwich Village in New York City, with two more musicians: bassist Marc Johnson and drummer Paul Motian. Indeed it was one of the last recordings of the productive and creative percussionist. August is ending with rain which was persistent along these uncommon summer days – this album goes perfectly with the my state of mind!

Track Listing: I Mean You; Tales From the Unexpected; Pensive Fragments; My Funny Valentine; Fellini’s Waltz; Subconscious Lee; Unless They Love You; La Dolce Vita.

Personnel: Enrico Pieranunzi: piano: Marc Johnson: bass; Paul Motian: drums.

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Lowdown Brass Band – Everybody Loves The Sunshine


Originally posted on Flea Market Funk:

LDBBrass bands are known for keeping it funky. There were scores of marching bands over the past ten years who combined the intensity and sheer volume of college marching bands with the ferocity of punk bands, all while covering The Meters, P-Funk, JB, and a slew of funky music. The Lowdown Brass band keep their sound in the tradition of a Southern brass band with its classic instrumentation. This ten piece power house features trumpets, tenor and baritone saxes, sousaphones, trombones, and battery (aka percussion). Influenced by these past brass bands as well as soul, funk, reggae, hip hop, and R & B, the Lowdown Brass Band flexes their chops on their new record Lowdown Sounds. A melting pot of funkiness, this record showcases a talented group of musicians who have one thing in common: they play the funk and soul like it’s the last day on earth. Needle…

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