Music

Purcell – Dido & Aeneas – When I am laid in earth (Dido’s lament)

Tomaso VITALI : CIACONNA “Parte del Tomaso Vitalino” – Clematis – Stéphanie De Failly

Keith Jarrett – Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Tim Garland Solo sax and electronics

Theo Travis’ Double Talk – Everything I Feared (Live 2015)

The Matthew Herbert Big Band – Café De Flore

George Thorogood – The Madison Blues

Snarky Puppy – What About Me? (We Like It Here)

The Impossible Gentlemen – Let’s Get Deluxe

Steve Swallow – Ladies in Mercedes – Live 89

Steve Melling Trio@Seven Jazz Leeds “Prelude to a kiss”

Stefano Bollani – Piano solo (da sogno)

Gary Valente trombone with Carla Bley Hallelujah the Lord is listening to yah!

John Coltrane, Stan Getz, Oscar Peterson, – Hackensack

Sons of Kenet  –  In the Castle of my Skin

Slowly Rolling Camera ‘Riga’ (Official Video)

Sam Crockatt Quartet –  Happy

Roger Beaujolais Quartet play “Joe Beam” live at the Forge, Camden

Robert Balzar Trio – Alone

Albatross – Zacc Harris Group

Gioachino Rossini : The Barber Of Seville – Overture

Ravi Coltrane – “Leaving Avignon”

Prokofiev – Peter And The Wolf March

Sons Of Kemet – Play Mass

Pinski Zoo – Stutter Strut

Phronesis ‘Abraham’s New Gift’

Philip Glass – Mad Rush

Peter King with Charlie Parker Alto Sax

Paul Motian Quintet ~ How Deep Is The Ocean

Paul Bley — Ida Lupino

Pat Metheny  –  And I love her

Partisans  –  Swamp

ODDARRANG – Quiet Steps

Golden Slumbers/ Carry that Weight/ The End  –  Beatles

Oriole – Medem / Temba 

Larry Bartley & Just Us @ jazz re:freshed

Go Your Own Way – Fleetwood Mac

Kronos Quartet – The Beatitudes

Avishai Cohen – ‘Samuel’

Rachmaninov – Prelude in C Sharp Minor

Glory Days – Bruce Springsteen

KENNY WHEELER ~ WINDMILL TILTER (1968)

Girlfriend Is Better – Talking Heads

Kenny Garrett Quartet – Song for Difang

Massenet – Meditation from Thais

Gimme Shelter – Rolling Stones

Gimme Hope Joanna – Eddy Grant

Gimme all your lovin’  –  ZZ Top

Rachmaninoff Prelude Op 23 No 5

Gaucho – Steely Dan

Keith Jarrett from the Koln Concert

Funeral for a friend – Elton John

Free Bird  –  Lynyrd Skynyrd

Kate Williams Quartet – “All Kinds Of Fun”

For Emily – Simon and Garfunkel

Renée Fleming & Berliner Philharmoniker – Giacomo Puccini Gianni Schicchi Lauretta Aria 2010

Every New Day – Oriole

Fools Rush In – Ricky Nelson

Fool If You Think It’s Over – Chris Rea

Nils Pettar Molvaer – Intrusion VII

Fly Like An Eagle – Steve Miller Band

The Hours – Philip Glass

Five Years – David Bowie

First We Take Manhatten – Leonard Cohen

Fire Lake  – Bob Seger and the silver bullet band

Find a River – Lowell George

Nils Landgren.&.Esbjorn Svensson – Hopsi – from Layers of Light

Fernando – ABBA

Feeling Good – Nina Simone

Feats Don’t Fail Me Now – Little Feat

Mozart – Emma Kirkby – Exsultate Jubilate

Father and Son – Cat Stevens

Fat man in the bathtub – Little Feat

Fast Car – Tracy Chapman

Lars Danielsson quartet – Sogliano Cavour (LE) 

Family Affair – Sly & the Family Stone

Delfeayo’s Dilemma – Wynton Marsalis Quintet at Ronnie Scott’s

Evil Woman – Electric Light Orchestra

Everybody I Love You – Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

Every Breath You Take – The Police

Every knows – Leonard Cohen

Philip Glass – Morning Passages

Everybody I love you – Crosby Stills Nash and Young

Andy Sheppard — Dear Prudence

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Piano Concerto No. 21 – Andante

Every Breath You Take  –  Police

Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers – Alone Together

Everybody Hurts – REM

Europa – Santana

Englishman In New York – Sting

Lars Danielsson Trio – FOLLOW MY BACKLIGHTS

End Of The Line – Travelling Wilburys

Electric Avenue – Eddy Grant

El Farol – Santana

Monteverdi – from Vespro della beata Vergine

Per Jørgensen – The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress (live, Til Radka, 2009)

El Condor Pasa (If I Could) – Simon & Garfunkel

Easy Money – Lowell George

Eat that question – Frank Zappa

The Ballad of the Fallen – Charlie Haden & Carla Bley

Each And Every One – Everything but the Girl

Drift Away – Doobie Brothers

Jaga Jazzist – 220 V / Spektral Live At Bylarm

Dreamer – Supertramp

Down the Highway – Doobie Brothers

Will you still love me tomorrow  – Carole King

Doolin Dalton – Eagles

Radka Toneff – Moon’s a Harsh Mistress

Don’t You Worry Child Swedish House Mafia

Aquamarine – Dave Stapleton Quintet (live from Zagreb)

Don’t Worry About A Thing – Van Morrison & Georgie Fame

Don’t take me alive – Steely Dan

Arve Henriksen & Per Jørgensen – NYI (live, Til Radka, 2009)

Don’t Stop – Fleetwood Mac

Norwegian jazz pianist, Eyolf Dale – Prolleprepp (solo piano)

Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood – Joe Cocker

Don’t Know Why – Norah Jones

Don’t give up Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush 

Out of the ruins – Michael Nymans

Don’t Explain –  Nina Simone

Marilyn Mazur’s Mystic Family – Live at Molde International Jazzfestival, 2008. Part 1 – Åbning

Don’t Bring Me Down – Electric Light Orchestra

Don’t Be Cruel – Elvis Presley

Bibo No Aozora / Endless Flight And Babel

Domino Dancing – Pet Shop Boys

Doctor Wu – Steely Dan

Do You Feel My Love – Eddy Grant

Do it Again – Beach Boys

Bedruthan steps  –  John Surman

Do it again – Steely Dan

Beatrice – Joe Henderson

Dixie Chicken – Little Feat

Did Ye Get Healed? – Van Morrison

Diamonds – Rihanna

Desperados – Eagles

Soft Jazz – Ain’t No Sunshine

Delta Lady – Joe Cocker

Deacon Blues – Steely Dan

 Days of Old – B.B. King & Eric Clapton

Mammal Hands – Kandaiki

Day or Night – Little Feat

Danny Gatton at Gallagher 39s

Daniel  –  Elton John

Henryk Gorecki_ Symphony No_ 3

Dancing Queen – ABBA

Will Butterworth Jazz inspired piano improvisation

Dancing in the dark – Bruce Springsteen

Da le Taleo – Santana

Da Do Ron Ron – The Crystals

Stan Sulzmann+Tony Lee Trio – Green Dolphin St/Nows The Time

Van Morrison – Cyprus Avenue

Everly Brothers – Crying In The Rain

Supertramp – Crime of the Century

John Surman – Saltash Bells

Steely Dan Cousin Dupree

Corazon Espinado – Santana

Common as Muck  –  Ian Dury and the Blockheads

Comfortably Numb – Pink Floyd

Stan Tracey Starless and Bible Black with Bobby Wellins, 1965 

Come rain or come shine –  BB King and Eric Clapton

Come Away With Me  –   Norah Jones

Blue Tide – Courtney Pine

C’mon everybody   –  Eddie Cochran

Cluster One – Pink Floyd

Ann Hallenberg, “Con l’ali di costanza”, Ariodante,  – Handel

Clocks – Coldplay

Chris Allard Band live at Pizza Express Jazz Club, Dean Street Soho, London

Clandestino – Manu Chao

Chuck E’s in love – Rickie Lee Jones

China Grove – Doobie Brothers

Cheek to Cheek – Lowell George

Charlie Freak – Steely Dan

Changes – David Bowie

Clark Tracey Quartet – Seven Steps To Heaven

Champagne Supernova – Oasis

Chain Lightning – Steely Dan

Cecelia Simon and Garfunkel

Grieg’s piano concerto

Catch a Falling Star  –  Perry Como

 Caroline No – Beach Boys

Can’t get it outta my head – Electric Light Orchestra

Can’t Get Enough Of You  –  Eddy Grant

Christian Brewer Quartet – Live at MAP Studio Cafe

Can I get a witness – Marvin Gaye

California Dreaming – Mamas & Papas

Fauré Requiem – In Paradisum

Bye bye love  –  Everly Brothers

Brother in Arms – Dire Straits

Chris Potter – Body and Soul

Bridge over troubled water  – Simon and Garfunkel

Beathe – Pink Floyd

Antonín Dvořák – Mvt. 6, Lento maestoso – Vivace

Breakway – The Beach boys

Charlie Parker – All the things you are

Brain Damage – Pink Floyd

Born To Run  –  Bruce Springsteen

Gaetano Donizetti – L’Elisir D’Amore – Overture

Born to be wild – Steppenwolf

 Bookends Theme  –  Simon & Garfunkel

Silence – Charlie Haden & Chet Baker

Manu Chao-Bongo Bongo

 “Bodhisattva”  –  Steely Dan

Chopin Nocturne Op.9 No.2 (Arthur Rubinstein)

Blue Moon – The Marcels

Blue  – Joni Mitchel

Charles Lloyd – Ne Me Quitte Pas

Blood on the Rooftops – Genesis

Blackbird – Paul McCartney

Brahms – Symphony No.3 – Poco Allegretto

Black Friday – Steely Dan

Birdcall Morning – Joe Walsh

Betty Lou’s gettin out tonight –  Bob Seger

Chick Corea & Gary Burton – Chega de Saudade (Burghausen 2011)

Better Things  – Massive Attack

Beside You  –  Van Morrison

Bizet’s Carmen, Gypsy Dance scene, with Waltraud Meier

Beneath your beautiful  –  labrinth

Being Boring – Pet Shop Boys

Beautiful World Coldplay

Beethoven – Mass in C – Agnus Dei

Beautiful Vision  Van Morrison

Beautiful Loser – Bob Seager & The Silver Bullet Band

 Be Natural  –  Manic Street Preachers

Alfonsina  –  Bobo Stenson Trio

Band On The Run – Wings

The Meaning Of The Blues –  Bobby Worth

Ballerina  –  Van Morrison

Back in the USSR  –  Beatles

 LA TRAVIATA, VERDI Prelude…Dell’invito trascorsa

Back In The High Life Again – Stevie Winwood

Babylon Sisters  –  Steely Dan

Baby come back  –  Eddy Grant

Theo Travis & Robert Fripp – When The Rains Fall (from Follow) 2012

Autumn leaves  –  Eva Cassidy

Are You Ready For The Country?  –  Neil Young

The Beaujolais Band – Ain’t No Sunshine

Apron Strings – Everything But the Girl

Pari Intervallo – Arvo Part

Any Major Dude Will Tell You – Steely Dan 

Any Colour You Like  –  Pink Floyd

Paul Bley, Gary Peacock, Paul Motian – Noosphere

Another Revolutionary –  Eddy Grant

Another bridge – Everything but the Girl

John Coltrane / McCoy Tyner  – After the rain

Annie’s Song – John Denver

Joshua Redman quintet – Hide And Seek

And she was  –  Talking Heads

Alcandro, lo confesso…Non sò, d’onde viene  – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

American Pie – Don McLean

A Farewell To Maria  –  Tomasz Stanko

Simon & Garfunkle –  America

Always on my mind – Pet Shop Boys

EST – Strange Place For Snow

Almost Gothic – Steely Dan

Verdi: Requiem Mass – Requiem Aeternam & Kyrie 

Eleanor Rigby  Beatles

Wagner_ Stehe Still!  – Jessye Norman

Little Feat – All that you dream

All over the World – ELO

Alien Oriface – Frank Zappa

Aja – Steely Dan

Janet Baker: Wesendonck Lieder (Der Engel) by Richard Wagner

Ain’t That Loving You Baby?  – Van Morrison

Ain’t Got No, I Got Life – Nina Simone

Santana – Africa Bamba

Bill Evans – Spring is Here

A Whiter Shade Of Pale – Procol Harum

Pink Floyd A great day for freedom

TINGVALL TRIO – SEVILLA (LIVE at ELBJAZZ 2011)

A Change Is Gonna Come – Otis Redding

Snarky Puppy – Young Stuff (groundUP)

Lowell George  – Easy Money

Don Mclean American Pie 1972

GoGo Penguin – Last Words (Gondwana Records 2012)

L’Elisir d’Amore: Act II Duet (Matthew Polenzani, Anna Netrebko)

L’Elisir d’Amore: Excerpt from Act II Duet. Matthew Polenzani (Nemorino), Anna Netrebko (Adina). Production: Bartlett Sher (2012). Conductor: Maurizio Benini. 2012-13 season.

Gaetano Donizetti – L’elisir d’amore – “Una furtiva lagrima” (Leopold Simoneau)

Theo Travis – Northern Lights

A wonderful piece of music from the album “Heart of the sun”

Sky Sketchbook Page 3

Tim Whitehead plays a piece of music inspired by the watercolours of Turner.

Nik Bärtsch’s RONIN

Marius Neset Golden explosion

Donny McCaslin Group – Madonna [2008]

Loose Tubes – Mr Zee

Mr Zee by Steve Berry performed live at the Bath Festival 1986. Solos: Django Bates – Keyboards, Tim Whitehead – Tenor Sax

Tomasz Stanko – Terminal 7

Tommy Smith Group “Blues To You”

Tommy Smith Group, live at Bratislava Jazz Festival, October 2000 . Tommy Smith (sax), Sebastiaan De Krom (drums), Gareth Williams (piano), Orlando le Fleming (bass)

Nat Birchall – Dance of The Mystic [Sacred Dimension, 2011]

Nat Birchall – saxes; Adam Fairhall – piano; Corey Mwamba – vibes; Rachael Gladwin – harp; Nick Blacka – bass; Andy Hay – drums
One day i’ll fly away – Keith Jarrett & Charlie Haden

Ambrose Akinmusire – Confessions To My Unborn Daughter

Bobo Stenson Trio – Polska of Despair

Brad Mehldau – Bittersweet Symphony & Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana. 

Beats & Pieces Big Band – Live at Ronnie Scott’s

This endearing band of 14 first played together four years ago while students at the Royal Northern College of Music.

THE ALAN SKIDMORE QUINTET – Once Upon A Time

Bass – Harry Miller, Drums – Tony Oxley, Flugelhorn – Kenny Wheeler, Piano – John Taylor, Tenor Saxophone – Alan Skidmore

Charles Lloyd Quartet – The Water Is Wide ( Mirror 2010 )

With virtuoso pianist Jason Moran, polyrhythmic drums wunderkind Eric Harland, and the poised and powerful bassist Reuben Rogers.

Abstract Jazz

Tubby Hayes/Jimmy Deuchar – Suddenly Last Tuesday – 1965

A rip-roaring piece of British modern jazz from the 1960s, from the very wonderful ‘Jazz 625’. Here, the Tubby Hayes Big Band plays ‘Suddenly Last Tuesday’.

Paolo Fresu & Uri Caine – Jazz sous les Pommiers Live (2010)

Keith Jarret – Mirrors

Shankar – Garbarek – Gurtu – Vasconcelos live at Debrecen 1985

Lakshmirnarayana Shankar, Jan Garbarek, Trilok Gurtu and Nana Vasconcelos live at 14th Debrecen Jazzdays 1985. Handycam fragments from the legendary live performance from Debrecen Sport Hall, Hungary. After the more than one and half hour show one more hour standing ovation… And after the concert (on the outside of the hall, at early morning) the communist police attacked the peaceful and happy music celebrating people…

Mathias Eick – Cologne Blues

Verneri Pohjola Quartet – Deism

Verneri Pohjola – trumpet; Aki Rissanen – piano; Joonas Riippa – drums; Antti Lötjönen – bass.

Andy Sheppard — Dear Prudence

Paolo Fresu – Passalento

Steely Dan – Brooklyn Owes The Charmer Under Me

Inaki Arakistain – FAT CAT

Avishai Cohen Trio With Bohuslan Big Band 2008
55 minutes of great music BROADCAST: 10.10.2008 In Södra Teatern, Stockholm

Keith Jarrett Quartet – Blossom

Esbjorn Svensson Trio – Eighthundred Streets by Feet

Steve Coleman – 06 – Change The GuardSteve Coleman and Five Elements, Nancy Sean Rickman, Dave Dyson

Ravi Shankar – 【Jazz Et Ragas】- Raga Hamsdhwani

Ravi Shankar: – sitar, N.C. Mullik: – tamboura, Kanai Dutta – tabla

Triosence – live – heart in the head

Triosence is a German jazz group founded in 1999. The members are Bernhard Schüler, Matthias Nowak and Stephan Emig

Roy Hargrove Quintet – Strasbourg Saint Denis

Roy Hargrove – tp, Justin Jobinson – as, Gerald Clayton – p, Danton Boller – b
Montez Coleman – dr

Miles Davis at U. Jazz 89 – Rick Margitza Solo on Human Nature

Miles Davis – trumpet, keyboards, Rick Margitza – saxophone, Foley Mc Creary – guitar, Adam Holzman – keyboards, Kei Akagi – keyboards, Benny Rietveld – bass, Munyungo Jackson – percussion, Ricky Wellmann – drums

The Brecker Brothers – Not Ethiopia

Ibrahim Malouf – Beirut

Ibrahim Maalouf is a trumpeter, trumpet instructor, composer and arranger. He was born in Beirut, Lebanon and now lives in Paris, France.

Michel Camilo & Orquesta Nacional de España – Rhapsody in Blue

Michel Camilo – Piano
Orquesta Nacional de España
Jesús López Cobos – Conductor

Earthworks “Up North”

Bill Bruford (drums), Iain Ballamy (sax), Django Bates (horn & keys) and Tim Harries (bass).

Dave O’Higgins – Nostalgia in Times Square

Recording at JVGs in London 28 Oct 2011 with Nigel Price (guitar), Adam King (bass) and Matt Home (drums)

Black Motor – Sorrow Wave (video Jyrki Kallio)

Simo Laihonen drums, Ville Rauhala double bass and Sami Sippola saxophone at Telakka, Tampere, Finland 12.10.2012. Composer Ilmari Heikinheimo.

Verneri Pohjola Quartet – Cheap Taxi Adventure

Verneri Pohjola – trumpet; Aki Rissanen – piano; Joonas Riippa – drums; Antti Lötjönen – bass; Jukka Perko – alto saxophone.

Joe Harriott and Stan Tracey – In A Sentimental Mood

Chick Corea & Gary Burton – Rhumbata (Part 1)

Live at the Munich Philharmonie. A crazy solo from Gary Burton in the middle of the piece.

Dave Holland Quintet – Vicissitudes

Esbjörn Svensson Trio (Seven Days Of Falling/Elevation of Love)

Esbjörn Svensson Live At Wackerhalle, Internationale Jazzwoche Burghausen, Germany, 2nd May 2004

Charlie Haden & Chet Baker – Silence

Chet Baker (trumpet) Enrico Pieranunzi (piano) Charlie Haden (bass) Billy Higgins (drums )
Recorded at Rome, Italy, November 11 & 12, 1987

Gwilym Simcock Live – Barclaycard Mercury Prize 2011 Albums of the Year

Bobby Wellins Quartet – “Endangered Species”.

Bobby Wellins, tenor sax, Pete Jacobsen, piano, Kenny Baldock,  bass, Spike Wells, drums.

Branford Marsalis Trio – Cherokee

Jazzfestival, Bern, Switzerland, 2nd May 1991.
Branford Marsalis: Soprano-sax, Robert Hurst: Bass, Jeff “Tain” Watts: Drums

Charles Lloyd Quartet – Caroline No

Charles Lloyd – tenor sax, Jason Moran – piano, Reuben Rogers – bass, Eric Harland – drums

Bonnie Raitt w. Crosby, Stills and Nash – Love Has No Pride – Madison Square  Garden – 2009/10/29&30

Chris Potter “Anthropology”

Chris Potter – Tenor Sax, Peter Madsen – Piano, Peter Herbert – Bass, Tom Cohen
– Drums. The Studio, New York, NY (02/11/1998)

Wayne Shorter – Footprints. 
From ‘Adam’s Apple’. Shorter (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Reggie Workman (b), Joe Chambers (d).

La Traviata – Sempre Libera

Anna Netrebko & Rolando Villazón in Verdi’s La Traviata at the Salzburg Festival, conducted by Carlo Rizzi and directed by Willy Decker

Paolo Fresu – Passalento

Jan Garbarek – Psalm!

Musicians:
Jan Garbarek: Soprano & Tenor Saxophones, Synthesizer; Agnes Buen Garnas: Vocals;  Rainer Bruninghaus: Piano, Synthesizer;
Eberhard Weber: Bass;  Manu Katche: Drums; Marilyn Mazur: Percussion

Michel Camilo – New York Band – “NOT YET”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZOCdrwGch4

Dave O’Higgins Quartet in Mexico, live at Plaza Loreto, Mexico City

Dave O’Higgins – Sax, Tom Cawley – Piano,  Aaron Cruz – Acoustic Bass, Hernan Hecht – Drums

Clark Tracey Quintet – Suddenly Last Tuesday

Esbjörn Svensson Trio: From gagarin´s point of view – live 2000 Stockholm

John Surman – Edges Of Illusion

Clark Tracey Quintet – Suddenly Last Tuesday

AFRO BLUE –

CHICK COREA HERBIE HANCOCK C. SANTANA JOHN MAC LAUGHLIN WAYNE SHORTER RAVI COLTRANE BENNY RIETVELD DENNIS CHAMBERS RAUL REKOW CHESTER THOMPSON KARL PERAZZO


Gwilym Simcock – A Typical Affair – Perception

Gwilym Simcock (born 24 February 1981 in Bangor, Gwynedd) is a British jazz pianist and composer. Holder of a first-class honours degree from the Royal Academy of Music, London and a Perrier Award winner, Simcock has been rated as one of the most exciting musicians of his generation in the UK.

Gwilym Simcock – grand piano
Phil Donkin – double bass
Martin France – drums
with
Ben Bryant – tuned and untuned percussion
Produced by Jason Yarde

Jan Garbarek – Molde canticle

Jan Garbarek – saxes, Eberhard Weber – bass, Rainer Brüninghaus – keyboards, Marilyn Mazur – percussion.

Alex Wilson performs with the Courtney Pine band.

The piece ‘Currulao Cool’ fuses Afro-Colombian music with contemporary jazz and is met with rapturous applause at London’s Barbican concert hall.

Tord Gustavsen Trio – Still There

Composed by Tord Gustavsen. Tord Gustavsen, piano, Harald Johnsen, bass, Jarle Vespestad, drums. Live on the NRK talkshow “Store studio”, April 23, 2007.

Stan Tracey –  Starless and Bible Black – with Bobby Wellins 1965

From Under Milk Wood, Stan Tracey, piano, Bobby Wellins, Tenor Sax, Jeff Clyne, double base, Jackie Dougan, drums.

Brad Mehldau – How Long Has This Been Going On? (Live 
in Tokyo)

Gwylim Simcock – Jazz exploration on Grieg piano concerto

Second Person – Recording “The Elements”

David Newton & Alan Barnes play “Blues In Thirds”

Another clip from a private house concert recorded 12th May 2003 by two of the UK’s finest jazz musicians. This classic was composed by Sidney Bechet and Earl Hineswas recorded by them in 1940

Charlie Haden – Quartet West – First Song

Charlie Haden – bass, Gary Foster – tenor sax, Alan Broadbent – piano, Larence Marable – drums

John Surman With Strings – Umbria Jazz 2001

J.S. Bach – Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor BWV 582

Quatuor Ellipsos & Jukka PERKO, Saxophones Quintet

Quatuor Ellipsos & Jukka PERKO plays Spiritual Finish Melodies at the Summer Ellipsos Academy on August 10th 2010 – Cathedral of Celles-sur-Belle (France)

Paul-Fathi Lacombe : Soprano sax
Joonatan Rautiola : Alto sax
Sylvain Jarry : tenor sax
Nicolas Herrouët : baritone sax
Jukka Perko : alto sax

Arrangement : N.Herrouët

Tommy Smith “SPARTACUS”

Tommy Smith (tenor saxophone), Kenny Barron (piano), James Genus (bass), Clarence Penn (drums) – for the recording of 2000 album “Spartacus” on the Spartacus label.

GRACEFUL TOUCH — Tord Gustavsen trio

Iñaki Arakistain – FAT CAT

Paolo Fresu Live at the Orvieto Jazz Festival  

Live performance from Theatre de la Ville Paris by choreographer Nasser Martin-Gousset featuring Steve Argüelles solo drumming with 10 dancers

Brad Mehldau Larry Grenadier Jeff Ballard – Knives Out

Christian Brewer Quintet – You have changed

Tommy Smith Group “Pursuance”

Tommy Smith Group, live at Bratislava Jazz Festival, October 2000
Feat. Tommy Smith (sax), Sebastiaan De Krom (drums), Gareth Williams (piano), Orlando le Fleming (bass)

Orchestra Jazz della Sardegna & C.Bley / S.Swallow / A.Sheppard

Orchestra Jazz della Sardegna with Carla Bley, Steve Swallow, Andy Sheppard – (“Dinner music” – Abno Jazz Op 2006)

Bahia – Anouar Brahem, John Surman, Dave Holland – 
Bellinzona Switzerland, 1998

Verdi-La traviata-Overture

Steely Dan- “Dirty Work”

Recorded at Steely Dan’s performance at the Canandaigua Musical Arts Center in Canandaigua, NY on July 23, 2011.

Or if you prefer the original – which I do, despite that “meedee eval”.

Mathias Eick  – Oslo

from 2011 ECM album “Skala”

The Matthew Herbert Big Band – Turning Pages. Jazzaldia

Arild Andersen, Tommy Smith, Paolo Vinaccia

October 6th 2009
Venue: Black Box
Town: Lofoten, Norway, Arctic Circle
Arild Andersen (Norway – Acoustic Bass
Tommy Smith (Scotland) – Tenor Saxophone
Paolo Vinaccia (Italy) – Drums

Jessye Norman – Habanera – Quand je vous aimerai

Stan Tracey Quartet on Later – ‘Triple Celebration’

Stan Tracey – piano,
Simon Allen – tenor saxophone,
Andrew Cleyndert – double bass,
Clark Tracey – drums.

Gary Burton Quartet with Pat Metheny – Falling Grace

North Sea Jazz Festival – 2008
Pat Metheny (guitar); Steve Swallow (bass); Antonio Sanchez (drums); Gary Burton (vibraphone).

Night Moves – Bob Seger

Neon Quartet ‘Catch Me’

Neon Quartet is a new group featuring one of the UK s finest and most respected saxophonists and composers Stan Sulzmann in the company of three of the most in demand and versatile young musicians on the British scene. Completing the quartet are BBC rising star and Mercury Music Prize Nominee Kit Downes on piano and two members of London s Loop collective Jim Hart on vibes and drummer Tim Giles. The group is a true collaboration with music written by all four musicians. It is chamber music for the 21st century. Melodic and playful with a sense of openness whilst having a very contemporary edge. Neon Quartet was reborn out of its previous incarnation Neon which was a trio led by Stan Sulzmann featuring Jim Hart on Vibes and Gwilym Simcock on piano. This group recorded for Basho Records in 2007 and was a very popular group playing in clubs and at festivals in the UK over the last couple of years. Gwilym s success as a soloist and composer led to him give up his tenure with the group but as one door closes two have opened and so Sulzmann and Hart orchestrated the metamorphosis in to the current line up. Neon Quartet have built on the virtuosic interplay that was a fundamental part of the Neon sound and have taken it to a new, exciting dimension.

Gwylim Simcock – Jazz exploration on Grieg piano concerto

Andy Sheppard: Upstate

Jukka Perko Avara: Suojelusenkeli / Maan korvessa kulkevi lapsosen tie

Gilad Atzmon & Orient House Ensemble In Concert

Estival Jazz 2005 Mendrisio Piazza della Valle Gilad Atzmon & Orient House Ensemble

Dave Holland – Lucky Seven

Dave Holland – double bass Chris Potter – tenor saxophone, Robin Eubanks – trombone,  Steve Nelson – vibes,  Nate Smith – drums

Angela Gheorghiu – Teneste la promessa & Addio del Passato

Angela Gheorgiu, Frank Lopardo and Leo Nucci star in Covent Garden’s 1994 performance of Verdi’s La Traviata. Conducted by Sir Georg Solti.

Esbjörn Svensson Trio – Spunky Sprawl

Esbjörn Svensson Trio – Spunky Sprawl – Live Leverkuzener Jazzstage 2005

Fuzzy Logic Ensemble Flip Shuffle featuring trumpeter Tom Arthurs

This is a video taken on Fuzzy Logic Ensemble’s Mouthpiece tour in May 2008.
this tour featured guest Trumpet player Tom Arthurs
http://www.fuzzylogicensemble.com  /  www.dylanrynhart.com

Tom Arthurs trumpet, Sue Rynhart voice, Colm O’Hara Trombone, Cathal Roche soprano sax, Nick Roth alto sax, Brian Wynne tenor sax, Joe O’Callaghan guitar, Dylan Rynhart hammond organ, Derek Whyte bass, Phil MacMullan drums.

TOMMASO STARACE and ROGER BEAUJOLAIS

Live at QuarantaQattro Gatti jazz club july 2010 Monza Italy
Tommaso Starace – alto and soprano saxophones
Roger Beaujolais – vibraphone
Michele Di Toro – piano
Attilio Zanchi – double bass
Tommy Bradascio – drums

Tord Gustavsen Trio – Still There

Composed by Tord Gustavsen. Tord Gustavsen, piano, Harald Johnsen, bass, Jarle Vespestad, drums. Live on the NRK talkshow “Store studio”, April 23, 2007.

Nucleus Revisited – ‘Midinight Oil’ – Ian Carr – Trumpet, Tim Whitehead – Sax

Legendary British jazz rock outfit formed and led by trumpeter Ian Carr in the 1970s – reformed especially for the http://www.jazzwise.com/magazine/ 10th Birthday Festival held at Pizza Express Jazz Club in London’s Soho

The Very Big Carla Bley Band 1990  – ‘Who will rescue you’ –

Carla Bley – one of the greatest female jazz composer and arrangers. Very nice example of big band music with a prominent part for the trombone player, Gary Valente.

Mala Vida – Manu Chao

Mala Vida de Manu Chao del disco Radio Bemba Sound System con un par de fotillos.

Rigoletto  – Giuseppe Verdi, Gualtier Malde…Caro nome – Joan Sutherland 

Parallel Universe by Juliet Kelly – Kate Williams – piano, Tom Barlow – bass and Seb Rochford – drums.

Ellen David-Charlie Haden(BASS) Keith Jarret(Piano)

from Album “Closeness Duets” 1976 A&M Records, INC. Los Angeles

Tulug Tirpan – Paganini Trio avec Burhan Öçal – Jazzmix Festival à Istanbul 2010

Satumaa – Jukka Perko Streamline Jazztet

Little Feat – Fat Man in the Bath Tub

Steely Dan – Brooklyn Owes The Charmer Under Me

From Can’t Buy a Thrill – the best first album of all time – never ever to be superceded.

Andy Sheppard: Dancing man and women

Annie Whitehead – To Dudu

Charlie Hayden – First Song

Pete King and Art Themen

 Carla Bley and Steve Swallow – Lawns

Quintessential jazz pianist and composer Carla Bley.

Brad Mehldau Trio – House on hill

Tord Gustavsen Trio – Where breathing starts

Art Pepper – Nature Boy

Tomasz Stanko – ‘Little Thing Jesus’  – From the album ‘Soul Of Things

We Used To Know – Jethro Tull cover – Fa´s Music Mallorca Tullianos 2011

Figaro Ouverture, arranged by Sabri Tulug Tirpan

Dave Wekl

Miles Davis – Portia

Miles Davis Live at the “Philharmonie im Gasteig” Munich Germany in 1988 (“Münchner Klaviersommer”) with Kenny Garrett (sax & fl), Bobby Irving & Adam Holzman (key), Joe ‘Foley’ McCreary (guit), Benjamin Rietveld (b), Marilyn Mazur (perc), Ricky Wellman (dr)

 Davis was a man of few words. When he did speak, his words often had a similar effect to a hand grenade being lobbed into the room. In 1987, he was invited to a White House dinner by Ronald Reagan. Few of the guests appeared to know who he was. During dinner, Nancy Reagan turned to him and asked what he’d done with his life to merit an invitation. Straight-faced, Davis replied: “Well, I’ve changed the course of music five or six times. What have you done except fuck the president?”

 Quatuor Ellipsos LIVE Toccata by Maurice RAVEL

 Dave Wekl Band – The Zone

 Tubby Hayes/Jimmy Deuchar – Suddenly Last Tuesday – 1965

A rip-roaring piece of British modern jazz from the 1960s, from the very wonderful BBC’s  ‘Jazz 625’

Jan Garbarek / Anouar Brahem/ Shaukat Hussain – Sull Lull

Gwilym Simcock – Sneaky – Perception

Jukka PERKO – Maan korvessa

Dan Phillips with Gwilym Simcock, Tieow and Asaf Sirkis

Verdi – La Traviata – Parigi, O Cara

Ben Webster – The Brute

Jan Garbarek – Red Wind

KATHLEEN BATTLE & WYNTON MARSALIS – BAROQUE DUET

Jim Hart with Gemini performing ‘Rift’

Tommy Smith “The Peacocks”

African Jazz Pioneers-Way Back Fifties

Carla Bley Big Band – On Stage in Cages [1995]

Bill Evans – Blue in Green

From the album: Portrait in Jazz (1959) Bill Evans: piano, Scott LaFaro: bass, Paul Motian: drums; Composition: Bill Evans
Recorded on December 28, 1959, NYC

Bobby Wellins Quartet “Moonray”

Bobby Wellins Quartet “Moonray” (Artie Shaw) part1. Featuring: Bobby Wellins,tenor sax, Pete Jacobsen,piano, Kenny Baldock,bass, Spike Wells,drums. 1982.

Brad Mehldau – Exit Music (for a film) – Radiohead cover

“Exit Music (For a Film)” is a song by Radiohead, written specifically for the ending credits of the 1996 film William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet. Brad Mehldau.

Branford Marsalis – In the Crease

Branford Marsalis – In the Crease – Branford Marsalis – tenor sax, Joe Calderazzo – piano, Eric Revis – bass, Justin Faulkner – drums, Jazz sous les Pommiers 2009

Afro Blue – Arun Ghosh, Nat Birchall, Byron Wallen, Idris Rahman, Rachael Gladwin, Corey Mwamba

Afro Blue – performed by Arun Ghosh on clarinet with Nat Birchall on soprano. sax, Byron Wallen on trumpet, Idris Rahman on tenor, Rachael Gladwin on harp, Corey Mwamba on vibraphone, Liran Donin on double bass and Rastko Rasic on drums. Part of ‘Musical Merry-Go-Round Part V:- A Spiritual Space’ held at The Albany, London in Oct 2010. Taking inspiration from the John Coltrane arrangement of the seminal jazz standard composed by Mongo Santamaría.

Michel Petrucciani – Petite Louise

Michel Petrucciani (28 December 1962, Orange, Vaucluse,France – 6 January 1999, New York City, USA) was a French jazzpianist.

Quatuor Ellipsos & Jukka PERKO play “Oi, muistatko vielä sen Virren” Saxophones Quintet

Cannonball Adderley – Jive Samba – 1963

Cannonball Adderley – alto sax, Nat Adderley – cornet, Yusef Lateef – tenor sax, oboe, flute, Joe Zawinul – piano, Sam Jones – bass, Louis Hayes – drums

Charles LLoyd – Tone Poem

Charles Lloyd (tenor sax), Michel Petrucciani (piano), Cecil McBee (bass), Jack DeJohnette (drums).

Chris Potter’s Underground – The Wheel

Brad Mehldau Trio – Number 19 part1

BRAD MEHLDAU – piano
LARRY GRENADIER – bass
JEFF BALLARD – drums

Wayne Shorter – Bachianas Brasileiras

Shorter’s adaptation of “Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5” by Heitor Villa-Lobos, a marriage of classical and jazz idioms sounds unforced, even inevitable. Afro-Brazilian percussion sets up Shorter’s out-of-time, floating tenor sketches, which transition seamlessly to an instrument in the same tonal register, the cello of Charles Curtis, whose evocative sonorities linger on Villa-Lobos’ poignant theme. It seems unlikely that the arch formalities of Curtis’ cello could melt into the sound of Shorter’s horn, but it happens. Shorter spins corollaries of the melody before passing it back to Curtis, and then they play it together in pancultural counterpoint.

Analog Man – Joe Walsh (Live)

The last time I made a record, it was on recording tape, and we had knobs, and now there’s a mouse, so it’s all new technology I’ve had to learn.

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