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Topic: jazz videos
Posted By: Kazuhiro
Subject: jazz videos
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2011 at 8:15pm

I will also enjoy this thread.Thumbs Up




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Posted By: js
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2011 at 9:24pm

If you didn't already,  please put some up, I want to see Kazuhiro's cool videos. Thumbs Up


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2011 at 9:34pm
Thank you,John.Smile
First of all, I answer the request of John.
 
And, the video of the musician with whom I held the proposal concurrently is put here. Guitar player who has overwhelming technology. David Gilmore.Thumbs Up
 
He is not in JMA yet


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2011 at 9:40pm
The McBride-Gilmore video won't play for me.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2011 at 9:56pm
I'm sorry.Is this OK?


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2011 at 9:58pm
David Gilmore does Trilok Gurtu and some competing. This is only a sound source of a live album.
 
Sound source of the first solo album of David Gilmore


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2011 at 10:19pm
Nice stuff, I added him to the site. I really enjoyed the punk rock version of 'Boogie Woogie Waltz'. I like his guitar tone on that one, natural distortion and no chorus or flanger, its nice to hear a real guitar again.


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2011 at 10:23pm
I addded Trilok Gurtu also.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2011 at 10:25pm
Thank you really. I saw Gilmore added to JMA at once.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2011 at 11:01pm
Bill Stewart might expanded the possibility of the rhythm of Jazz further. His contribution is large. If he will be added to JMA in the future, it might be good.
Bill Stewart with Larry Goldings and Peter Bernstein
 
From "A Go Go" album


Posted By: [email protected]
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2011 at 8:47am
Great stuff ;-) are you planning on adding theses videos in the artist profile too ?


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2011 at 10:18am
Yes. I experimentally added the first video to the page of Bill Stewart. The second video is a video by the name of John Scofield Trio. Therefore, I did not intentionally add it. I will enjoy this thread. And, the video that holds the proposal concurrently might often be put. And, if the musician and the band are actually added, I will add the video to the page. I think that the addition of the video and mp3 at least leads to the promotion of sales for JMA.


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2011 at 11:00am
Originally posted by Kazuhiro Kazuhiro wrote:

Yes. I experimentally added the first video to the page of Bill Stewart. The second video is a video by the name of John Scofield Trio. Therefore, I did not intentionally add it. I will enjoy this thread. And, the video that holds the proposal concurrently might often be put. And, if the musician and the band are actually added, I will add the video to the page. I think that the addition of the video and mp3 at least leads to the promotion of sales for JMA.

Just add the Schofield trio video to the John Schofield page. 



Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2011 at 9:46pm

"Walt Weiskopf" is sax player. I am setting art of his debut album to avatar.

He is known by competing about Steely Dan and Tosiko Akiyosi



Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2011 at 10:11pm
The work that John did was faster than the transformation of Clark Kent.


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2011 at 11:12pm
No wasted time at this site ...   Evaluations while you wait or your money back, thats our guarantee!  Thumbs Up


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 06 Feb 2011 at 11:18pm
It is wonderful. Thank you.Big smile
I can concentrate on work to have to do.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 07 Feb 2011 at 8:46pm
A theoretical performance of Kurt Rosenwinkel will be expressed as an original melody. It is one of the guitar players of the next generation.
 


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 07 Feb 2011 at 9:13pm
Is post bop the best place for him?


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 07 Feb 2011 at 9:28pm
Yes. I think that Kurt Rosenwinkel should go to Post Bop.


Posted By: DamoXt7942
Date Posted: 09 Feb 2011 at 10:48pm
Originally posted by Kazuhiro Kazuhiro wrote:

A theoretical performance of Kurt Rosenwinkel will be expressed as an original melody. It is one of the guitar players of the next generation.
Clap Wonderful videos! Big smile


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Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 09 Feb 2011 at 11:18pm

Thank you for the comment, Damosan.Smile

Especially, it is good to experience Jazz live. Power and the tension are very transmitted to the audience in live of Jazz.



Posted By: js
Date Posted: 09 Feb 2011 at 11:25pm
I agree, a lot of avant-garde jazz is a lot more interesting live than on record. I know other people who will say the same thing.


Posted By: snobb
Date Posted: 10 Feb 2011 at 12:07am
It's me Big smile. I really liked live avant-garde jazz concerts for decades,but for a long time didn't listen that music on records,it took time (plenty of time!) to start liking AG Jazz albums as well.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 13 Feb 2011 at 12:00am
This tune is presented to Matt. 


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 15 Feb 2011 at 11:32pm

Hiromi Uehara, Junko Onishi.
And, the third talent that Japan sends JMA.

Her name is "Chihiro Yamanaka. "

It is a budding and spirited pianist.



Posted By: js
Date Posted: 16 Feb 2011 at 12:10am
She's very good. The first video was Post-Fusion Contemporary and the second was Post Bop, which style do you think she plays mostly or is most recognized for?


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 16 Feb 2011 at 12:18am

Yes. I own only her one album. Of course, it has listened to other sound sources.

I think that you may go to Post-Fusion Contemporary if it thinks about her style overall.

She often performs Post-Bop. However, her styles are not legitimate all Bop.

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 It was seen to have been added.
Thank you.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 16 Feb 2011 at 11:05pm
Lee Ritenour & Bob James Version
 
Fourplay Version


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 16 Feb 2011 at 11:26pm
Jesse Van Ruller might be one of the guitar players of the next generation perhaps as well as Kurt Rosenwinkel.


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 17 Feb 2011 at 8:04am
Hey Jazzu, I'll check out these videos later, but we don't have Bob James on the site Shocked  thats just crazy. I'll get him up right away.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 17 Feb 2011 at 6:04pm

Lee Ritenour and Bob James were seen to be added. Thank you.

I knew neither Lee Ritenour nor Bob James were in JMA. I should have obediently said it. However, I told it with the video.

I am shy. Or, it is a peculiar, bad Japanese habit.



Posted By: js
Date Posted: 17 Feb 2011 at 6:42pm
No, you don't want to turn into a angry rude American do you? Wink

I'm still checking out the proper place for the others.


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 18 Feb 2011 at 12:21am
Ha ha, when you came up with Bob James and Lee Ritenour, I knew Dave Grusin was next. These were the stars of late 70s jazz radio in the states, along with John Klemmer, Hubert Laws, Ronnie Foster, George Benson and Lonnie Liston Smith. I'll check into all those tomorrow and make sure they all here.



Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 25 Feb 2011 at 10:52pm

As for the album of Eumir Deodato, popularity gathers in the work in the especially 70's.

"Also sprach Zarathustra" is his famous tune.



Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 27 Feb 2011 at 10:18pm

Dave Pike played master's role for Bobby Hutcherson.

The vibraphone of Dave Pike has good atmosphere. However, the music character of his album is indeed abundant. I cannot specify the subgenre of Dave Pike yet.



Posted By: js
Date Posted: 28 Feb 2011 at 9:45am
Nice stuff Kazu, the first one is Cool Jazz and the second Pop Jazz, but All Music has him in Hard Bop, so that is where he will go.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 28 Feb 2011 at 6:01pm
Thank you for the addition of Dave Pike.
The fixation of the subgenre is OK.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 28 Feb 2011 at 10:05pm
It is said that Ann Burton willingly listened to various singers' songs. And, it is especially said that Shirley Horn was a favorite singer.
Ann Burton is a singer from the Netherlands. There might be good gloss in the singing voice.
 


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 01 Mar 2011 at 5:56pm
Ann Burton was seen to be added. Thank you. Smile


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 01 Mar 2011 at 10:56pm

Jutta Hipp is a pianist from Germany. She had the painter and the designer as an occupation.

Competing with Zoot Sims is known.



Posted By: js
Date Posted: 01 Mar 2011 at 11:04pm
She sounds Hipp.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 01 Mar 2011 at 11:36pm
I follow to the opinion of John.
 
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"Hipp Bop" was seen to be added. Smile


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 01 Mar 2011 at 11:54pm
Whoops, I was re-listening and it sounded more like hard bop and sure enough, thats what All Music has her as, so I will change it.


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 01 Mar 2011 at 11:55pm
Actually the first clip is hard bop, the second is cool jazz.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 02 Mar 2011 at 12:37am
Thank you. The fixation of the subgenre is OK. Thumbs Up


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 02 Mar 2011 at 10:37pm
Steve Kuhn is a pianist from New York. It is known by competing about Steve Swallow and Pete La Roca. And, the album in ECM might be still popular especially.
 
 


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 02 Mar 2011 at 10:51pm
I have the album that the second cut comes from. 
Musicbrainz was giving me a hard time earlier. I'll try it again.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 02 Mar 2011 at 11:05pm
We wish to express our gratitude for doing it.


Posted By: EntertheLemming
Date Posted: 05 Mar 2011 at 8:20am
I was so impressed with the Tigran Hamasyan video of Just Friends that I rushed out like a mad impetuous mammal and bought 'A Fable' - First impressions are extremely favourable - sorta Monk in leather pants plays Bartok fuelled by half a gallon of industrial strength caffeine. (It's not particularly jazzy but I guess its inspiration is principally the folk music of Armenia) Hope to submit a review of this critter soon.


Posted By: snobb
Date Posted: 05 Mar 2011 at 12:33pm
^ It's great to know you like his musicBig smile. There are all list of less known Central/Eastern European,Caucasian and Central Asian interesting artists who deserved more attention. Speaking about Armenian folklore, this music is very high energy,emotive and rhythmic (in part influenced by Eastern tradition -Iranian and Turkish).


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 06 Mar 2011 at 6:43pm
"Fuse One" was a session project to which Creed Taylor was related. It only announced two albums. However, it would have been a project in which the musician that this is good gathered as one of the histories of Pop Jazz/Crossover if it thought from the viewpoint besides CTI All Stars.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 06 Mar 2011 at 7:28pm
Fuse One was seen to be added. Thank you. Smile


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 06 Mar 2011 at 7:43pm


               Thumbs Up


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 07 Mar 2011 at 9:41pm
Michel Petrucciani might have announced a good performance while indeed surmounting a stumbling block. Performance influenced from Bill Evans. Or, the performance often compared with Keith Jarrett was important for the jazz scene in France.
 


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 07 Mar 2011 at 10:12pm
Very nice.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 07 Mar 2011 at 10:28pm
Thank you for the addition of Michel Petrucciani. The fixation of the subgenre is OK. Smile


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 08 Mar 2011 at 9:26pm

Enrico Rava is a trumpeter from Italy. He has been influenced from Miles Davis and Chet Baker.

The work and the music character are busy. However, the album in ECM might especially have good expression of feelings.



Posted By: js
Date Posted: 08 Mar 2011 at 9:47pm
  

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Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 08 Mar 2011 at 10:59pm
Thank you for the addition of Enrico Rava. The fixation of the subgenre is OK. Smile


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 10 Mar 2011 at 10:39pm

Pianist from Britain. John Taylor.

Various musicians and competing are accomplished. Even the Jazz scene in Europe is famous because the work in ECM is announced.



Posted By: js
Date Posted: 10 Mar 2011 at 11:06pm
and so it is on earth as it is in heaven  Wink


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 10 Mar 2011 at 11:13pm

Big smileBig smile

Thank you for the addition of John Taylor.Smile The fixation of the subgenre is OK. Thumbs Up


Posted By: Matt
Date Posted: 11 Mar 2011 at 5:36pm
Originally posted by Kazuhiro Kazuhiro wrote:

Thank you for the addition of Enrico Rava. The fixation of the subgenre is OK. Smile
I can't believe we missed him. I noticed we had missed Kenny Burrell today  Confused Big smile Getting there though. We will catch them because everybody picks up on one when we are either doing reviews or just looking around. Enrico Rava and Tomas Stanko are great trumpet players.

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Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 16 Mar 2011 at 6:44pm

It is said that David Hines has been influenced from fusion in the 70's. The lesson received to Stanley Clarke might evolved his technology. It is bass player who announces a good talent in the item of fusion.



Posted By: js
Date Posted: 16 Mar 2011 at 6:50pm
Sounds good to me, do you know his country of origin?
Also, welcome back!  Big smile


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 16 Mar 2011 at 7:01pm

Thank you, John.Big smile

There is David Hines also in the section of JR/F actually now.

And, his home is registered as the United States.



Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 19 Mar 2011 at 6:33am
Rodney Franklin is a pianist from the United States. The element of Soul/R&B also often took his music character. However, the first album of him is especially high-quality.
 


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 19 Mar 2011 at 9:24am
Yeah, I have both of those albums, thanks Kazu.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 19 Mar 2011 at 10:16am
Thank you for the addition of Rodney Franklin. The video that I put here is my favorite really tune. I think that the first album of him is really good. The drum of Jeff Porcaro might be also perfect. It is felt that the arrangement of Rodney Franklin is also of course wonderful.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 20 Mar 2011 at 8:20pm
This album to which tenor sax player's Topaz is announced as a leader has good atmosphere overall as Jam Band. It is guessed that it can feel the directionality of Velour Records of course as well as Soulive.
 


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 20 Mar 2011 at 8:25pm
And, the music character of the band that is called "Kudu" similarly announced from Velour Records might be especially strong the element of Drum and Bass. Especially, the first album of Kudu can listen to the element of spacy jazz D&B.
 


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 20 Mar 2011 at 9:11pm
I think Topaz would be good for Acid Jazz. I tried to find more songs by Kudu, but the songs I heard were not jazz. Do you have any more jazz songs by them?


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 20 Mar 2011 at 9:31pm

To our regret, I do not have other videos concerning Kudu. I have the first album of Kudu. It was felt that the album was a music character that drum and bass joins flavors of a few Jazz. It is a subjective opinion.

I was very worried about the proposal of Kudu. Whether the video and Kudu that I put here are suitable for JMA or not?

It is thought that the impression changes if I can offer mp3.

And, I know Jazzanova was similarly in the section of D&B before. However, JMA kept the quality examining various musicians again. I was anxious about those similar applications to Kudu and fitting in.

In addition, Kudu is a band of complete drum and bass now. As for it, I do not feel jazz at all.

Therefore, I feel that the opinion of John is correct. It is not thought that Kudu may be added to JMA now. However, it tried to inform them of the existence of this band.



Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 20 Mar 2011 at 9:37pm
Thank you for the addition of Topaz. Please forget Kudu. LOL


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 20 Mar 2011 at 9:38pm
I'm real interested in more DrumnBass jazz if you know of any.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 20 Mar 2011 at 9:44pm
Thank you, John. 
If the good one is found, I will put it here.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 20 Mar 2011 at 10:56pm

A little unusual in view of my tendency proposal.Big smile

Amos Milburn also has the element of Jazz Blues and a few boogie-woogies.

I did not refer the subgenre because he did the song and the piano.



Posted By: js
Date Posted: 21 Mar 2011 at 5:42am
Milburn is usually known more as a blues and RnB singer than jazz, but he was one of the early pioneers in the Jump Blues style.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 21 Mar 2011 at 6:17am
Thank you for appropriate consideration. I will widen one's view further and research.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 21 Mar 2011 at 10:51pm
Because there was no Herb Alpert, I held the proposal concurrently and put the video here.
 


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 21 Mar 2011 at 11:35pm
I have a lot of old Alpert records, I never thought of him as jazz, but I guess later in his career he played pop-jazz/disco, anyway, he's a good trumpet player.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 21 Mar 2011 at 11:40pm
Thank you for the opinion. I am esteeming the definition of John. Besides, I will also put it here if there is the good one.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 22 Mar 2011 at 7:51pm
Because there was no "Stuff", I held the proposal concurrently and put the video here.
 


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 22 Mar 2011 at 8:34pm
Oh yeah, I remember these guys,classic 70s music. I'm wondering if we have Tom Scott on here.


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 22 Mar 2011 at 10:47pm
Thank you for the addition of Stuff.
And, Tom Scott is in the section of Funk Jazz now. I have his "Apple Juice" and often listen to it.


Posted By: darkshade
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 12:26am
oh yea i have that first album, it's pretty good

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Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 12:37am

I had received the lesson of the drum for seven years before. The drum player is living in Japan now. However, the drum player had said before it visited Japan that he or she worked a little in New York.

The drum player said to me that he or she would have done Eric Gale and the session in New York. And, after the session had been done, Eric Gale was said.

"Fusion is confusion"

I liked the word and had quoted it in the part of the signature with PA before.



Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 10:25pm

Neil Larsen and Buzz Feiten are known as a studio musician. Because I had thought that this Larsen/Feiten Band contained the element of AOR, the proposal was feared.

I think that it is pop/crossover if added.



Posted By: js
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 10:46pm
Sorry Kazu, thats not jazz.    Wink


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 10:49pm
OK.Exactly. I am esteeming the judgment of John. Thumbs Up


Posted By: Abraxas
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 10:58pm
Argentinian suggestion, he was added on ProgArchives for fusion:





Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 10:59pm

OK, Branford, Wynton, and the following are Delfeayo.

Is Delfeayo Marsalis OK?

 
John becomes busy because of the check on the video.LOL


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 11:18pm
All Marsalisesesess get on, its automatic.
Hey Pablo, those two videos are the same song, at least as far as I can tell. I'd like to hear more of Herrera, I couldn't tell if his overall direction was fusion or hard bop, probably fusion. I tried to find some more music on the internet, but couldn't find any on allmusic or myspace.

I'll add these tomorrow guys, I'm outta here. Sleepy


Posted By: Kazuhiro
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 11:22pm
Sleep well, John.Smile


Posted By: Abraxas
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 11:25pm
Originally posted by js js wrote:

All Marsalisesesess get on, its automatic.
Hey Pablo, those two videos are the same song, at least as far as I can tell. I'd like to hear more of Herrera, I couldn't tell if his overall direction was fusion or hard bop, probably fusion. I tried to find some more music on the internet, but couldn't find any on allmusic or myspace.

I'll add these tomorrow guys, I'm outta here. Sleepy

Oh yeah, sorry  for that, I've uploaded all his album in YouTube, I'll edit my previous post.

Later John.


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 11:35pm
Originally posted by Kazuhiro Kazuhiro wrote:

Sleep well, John.Smile

Thanks Kazu, you too Pablo, see yawl tomorrow.


Posted By: js
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 11:46pm
I came back to say one more thing.

Happy Birthday Pablo!!!   Big smile


Posted By: Abraxas
Date Posted: 23 Mar 2011 at 11:53pm
Originally posted by js js wrote:

I came back to say one more thing.

Happy Birthday Pablo!!!   Big smile

Thanks John! Although it isn't going to be much of a happy one, unfortunately.


Posted By: snobb
Date Posted: 24 Mar 2011 at 1:20am
Happy birthday,PabloHeadbanger



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