Tag: Jazz

Three Clifford Brown albums. Brown was a young trumpet player who died an early death. Awesome player.

Today i will review the 7th album by Queen: Jazz (1979) Requested by: Rockdoo The track listing: 1: Mustapha 2: Fat Bottomed Girls 3: Jealousy 4: Bicycle Race 5: If You Can’t Beat Them 6: Let Me Entertain You 7: Dead On Time 8: In Only Seven Days 9: Dreamer’s Ball 10: Fun It 11: […]

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Thanks for watching! Plenty more on the way, so subscribe!!!! it’s easy and free 🙂 Agent Meister is available at East Coast Toys www.facebook.com/eastcoasttoys This is a review of Transform & Rollout Agent Meister (Jazz). where we take a look at the figure, accessories, and talk about novice vs experience. All music created by myself […]

Reviews of “Ready for Freddie” by Freddie Hubbard and “Blue Train” by John Coltrane

Review of “Double Booked” by Robert Glasper and “Pinball” by Marius Neset. Both are fine jazz albums recorded within the last few years.

Jazz, Blue Note, Vinyl, John Coltrane (Giant Steps), Sonny Clark (Cool Struttin’)

Showing some of my favourite Jazz records in the collection, and some thoughts on the records sent to me by Ben.

Whiplash was a great movie that got jazz wrong – admittedly in subtle ways. Come join me in this half hour (!) exploration of how the movie portrays contemporary jazz culture in NYC. AWESOME blog post by Ethan Iverson about Whiplash and Buddy Rich https://ethaniverson.com/rhythm-and-blues/the-drum-thing-or-a-brief-history-of-whiplash-or-im-generalizing-here/ Interview with Justin Hurwitz https://www.mpaa.org/2014/09/whiplash-composer-justin-hurwitz-settles-the-score/ Peter Erskine talks jazz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_b15KBLfvgw […]

Making sense of John Coltrane’s “Giant Steps.” Follow Vox Earworm on Facebook for more: http://www.facebook.com/VoxEarworm And be sure to check out Earworm’s complete first season here: http://bit.ly/2QCwhMH John Coltrane, one of jazz history’s most revered saxophonists, released “Giant Steps” in 1959. It’s known across the jazz world as one of the most challenging compositions to […]

Check out our review of Andres’ new record Heroes, Villains, and All That Jazz! Their album comes out Friday so make sure to pick it up! Let me know in the comments what your thoughts on the record are and if you’ve heard of them as well! Definitely give this band a follow! Did you […]

Oh Jazzy, Jazz, Jazzbo. We really thought you were gonna go three for three, we had faith, yet it seems your individuality and what made you amazing on your first 2 projects is barely present here. There was only enough here to tease us. We’re left feeling quite underwhelmed & wanting much, much more. But […]

Jim Hall Quartet 79 Album Review, Pacific Jazz ST-79, 1963

I review the album, including the physical CD artwork.

A CD Review video featuring CDs – jazz mostly – that were sent to me to review. All opinions, mistakes and inaccuracies are purely mine. The CDs reviewed in this here video are as follows: TAYLOR’S UNIVERSE “Almost Perfected” www.robinctaylor.com SNOW NERDS “Gup Life” www.orendarecords.com EVAN FRANCIS GROUP “Imaginary Hero” www.orendarecords.com JIM YANDA TRIO “Regional […]

This week on the Now Review, we take a look at one of the newest releases in the whole Now franchise: – Now That’s What I Call Jazz (2018) CHECK OUT THE NOW REVIEW PLAYLIST! Follow me on Twitter! – @AdamMartynActor Follow me on Instagram! – adammartynsmith9 Please like, comment, share, subscribe and check out […]

One of the most important ways to stay inspired and motivated to keep on playing and practicing is to check out new Jazz Guitar Albums or Jazz Albums. The main way that I get introduced to new music is from recommendations so I thought it would be a fantastic idea to ask a lot of […]

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William Now’s response to Jeff Party. Vinyl Jazz

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Jazz Cartier – Fleurever Album Review (Overview + Rating) Fleurever has catchy hooks, bangers & night riders to work with, but it also lacks the versatility & creativity of Jazz’s past work. 3/5 Click the following link to subscribe to my channel for more hip-hop news & reviews! – http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lukejamesbgn – And don’t forget to […]

Queen Jazz Album Review More Queen Album Reviews https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaxA-RGuEm-8ez_4SCwoJxZIbRtnupNWh Queen 7th studio album released 10 November 1978. After the success of News Of World Album Queen we’re finally reaping the financial rewards. Freddie Mercury had been to singing coach Benvenuto Finelli known as ‘the prince of high F’ who taught Bel Canto style ‘beautiful singing’ […]

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