(2007/UNIVERSAL) 14 tracks, feat. James Bond songs on a hammond organ! Recorded between 1963 and 1966!Medium 1ThunderballYeah, Dr. NoGoldfinger007 Bond...... more
(2007/UNIVERSAL) 14 tracks, feat. James Bond songs on a hammond organ! Recorded between 1963 and 1966!Medium 1ThunderballYeah, Dr. NoGoldfinger007 Bond StreetJames Only Lives TwiceMidnight BossaNovaFrom Russia With LoveSharp SharksTV-SwingPlaygirlPhantom's WalkVabanque At Casino RoyaleSoul TwistLet Live And Die
100 All-time Jazz Greats for saxophone, clarinet, flute and trumpet - Peter Lavender
Book Only SAXCLTFLTTPT(S) 208 printed pages. Wind: Popular Repertoire. Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Trumpet, with chord symbols. CONTENTS: Various: A Night In...... more
Book Only SAXCLTFLTTPT(S) 208 printed pages. Wind: Popular Repertoire. Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Trumpet, with chord symbols. CONTENTS: Various: A Night In Tunisia, African Waltz, Angel Eyes, Bark For Barksdale, Basin Street Blues, Bernie's Tune, Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home, Black Coffee, Blue Haze, Canal Street Blues, Caravan, Chelsea Bridge, Cute, Desafinado, Django, Don't Dream Of Anybody But Me, Doxy, Drop Me Off In Harlem, Early Autumn, Everything But You, Fly Me To The Moon, Flying Home, Four, Girl From Ipanema, Good Bait, Hip Twist, Honeysuckle Rose, How Insensitive (Insensatez), I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free, I'm Beginning To See The Light, In A Sentimental Mood, Intermission Riff, Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't (Ma'Baby), It's A Raggy Waltz, Jersey Bounce, Lean Baby, Lemon Drop, Line For Lyons, Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be), Lullaby Of Birdland, Lush Life, Manhattan Spiritual, Manteca, Meditation, Midnight Sun, Miles Ahead, Mississippi Mud, Moanin', Mood Indigo, Moonglow, Night Train, Nine-Twenty Special, No Line, Oop Bop Sh-Bam, Ornithology, Paul's Pal, Pent Up House, Perdido, Petite Fleur (Little Flower), Pompton Turnpike, Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars, Recado BossaNova (The Gift), Red Top, Ruby My Dear, Salt Peanuts, Satin Doll, Seven Come Eleven, Seven Eleven, Short Stop, Skin Deep, So Nice, Solitude, Someday (You'll Be Sorry), Song Of The Jet (Samba Do Aviao), Soul Eyes, Soul Junction, Stomp, Look And Listen, Strutting With Some Barbeque, Sweetheart Of Sigmund Freud, Take Five, Take The A Train, Tel Aviv, The Hawk Talks, The Lonesome Road, The Preacher, Time's A-Wastin', Tune Up, Tuxedo Junction, Undecided, Very Early, Walkin' Shoes, Waltz For Debby, Way Down Yonder In New Orleans, Weep No More, Wheatland (From The 'Canadiana Suite'), Why Phillis, Will You Still Be Mine?, Yardbird Suite, Yes Indeed, Yesterdays.
The stunning four-CD Musical Biography of Quincy Jones is a great companion to Quincy Jones' excellent autobiography. It's also a great compilation of his...... more
The stunning four-CD Musical Biography of Quincy Jones is a great companion to Quincy Jones' excellent autobiography. It's also a great compilation of his eclectic genius, which has touched everyone from bebopper Clifford Brown to hip-hop rapper Ice-T. The Grammy Award-winning composer and producer has something for everybody here. His jazz sides include his first recorded trumpet solo on "Kingfish" with the great vibraphonist Lionel Hampton. There's also his swinging composition "Stockholm Sweetnin'" and his hip arrangements for Peggy Lee, Count Basie, Sarah Vaughan and Miles Davis. Film buffs will love Jones' swinging soundtrack music, including the Latin lilt of "SoulBossaNova" from Austin Powers, the gritty vocals of Ray Charles on "In the Heat of the Night", the bluesy "Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)" from The Color Purple and the hilarious "Sanford & Son Theme (The Street Beater)". Then, there's Michael Jackson's mega-hit Thriller and Frank Sinatra's "Fly Me to the Moon" and some long-lost gems, such as the Brothers Johnson's immortal rendition of Shuggie Otis's spacey classic, "Strawberry Letter 23", Lesley Gore's bubblegum tune, "You Don't Own Me" and the all-star track, "We Are the World". Jones's best work as a solo artist includes his slick renditions of Benny Golson's "Killer Joe" Herbie Hancock's lush "Tell me a Bedtime Story" and the rarely-heard ballad "Everything Must Change". This collection summarises Quincy Jones's brilliant career, and it showcases the best of our musical heritage. --Eugene Holley, Jr.
Advantages: Some true classics. Disadvantages: None of note.
...I suppose when most people think of Queen albums, Jazz is not one of those that immediately springs to mind. But this Platinum selling album is quite a wonderful piece of music and in my eyes has always been one of the best. It is a mixture of styles and tunes and has the rough edge of the earlier albums.
We kick off with the underrated and wonderful Mustapha. A gentle beginning which...
Advantages: Great Music, Very Clear, Relaxing Disadvantages: Limited Broadcasting,
...This radio station is very good; it has soul and jazz mainly. It has very good programming and good signals, if you live in the North East (100.4), or the South West (102.2), of England. The site is great if you just want to chill after a hard day.
Reception = 9/10
The reception of this radio station is very good; the only problem is that it is quite limited to broadcasting...
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Review of 102.2 Jazz FM
Advantages: Very cool, majority of tracks outstanding Disadvantages: Not to everyones taste
...long), sultry vocals and a bit of Bossa Nova, bit long, not the best track on the album.
3. Know You Know
Loveley, funky, soul jazz combo, Simon Cowell would say hotel lobby music, i say, smooth.
4. F**k Me Pumps
Prbbaly one of the better known songs on the album, quite 'now', very groovy and a bit of an ironic look at the dating, player, getting together, breaking up scene.
5. I Heard...