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  • Cry Me River (Verc. Sax)
    LR Project
    Jazz & Blues

    Instrumental version on the alto saxophone of the song Cry me River

  • The Girl from Ipanema
    Jazz & Blues
    Martin Peralta music
    Jazz & Blues

    Easy listening, smooth jazz #GetMorePlays

  • My One And Only Love
    Rob Fontana
    Jazz & Blues
  • $miley - Truth Be Told

    Farid Syed a.k.a $miley is a Malaysian-French musician, vocalist and instrumentalist currently based in Kuala Lumpur. The multi-talented producer has honed his skills on instruments like the drums, piano and flute over the years by continuously experimenting with different producers and live musicians which has led him to the present. Following up on his collaborative project celêtre with fellow musician Greybox from Indonesia, $miley ventures into his first solo release with us through a track that speaks volumes on what we can expect from him in the future. Harmoniously blending the jazzy drums and dreamy piano progressions with euphonious vocals from $miley, we’re pleased to present to you, Truth Be Told. Tune in & enjoy! Produced, Mixed and Mastered by Farid Syed Composed by Farid Syed Additional Production by Greybox Additional Vocals by Monica Karina 2020 SaturdaySelects @smilepourmoi You can download the track here : Artwork by Roshan (

  • Moonlight In Vermont (Acapella)
    Jazz & Blues

    Music: Karl Suessdorf Lyrics: John M. Blackburn Vocal arrangement by me :)

  • WAÏ - Peaceful Guitars

    Few people asked me to make a music selection for Peace to uplift our spirit. In those dark days I found comfort in those guitars and hope in the Soul & Blues. Together we can transcend negative energies with the magical power of Music. May you be Safe, Healthy. Many blessings and much gratitude to those masters (below) for paving the way with miracles: The Isley Brothers & Santana - Gypsy Woman Shuggie Otis - Purple ZZ Top - Blue Jeans Blues B.B. King - The Thrill Is Gone Jimi Hendrix - Jungle Santana - Do You Remember Me Santana - The Calling (feat. Eric Clapton) John Mayall - California B.B. King & Eric Clapton - Three O'Clock Blues Gil Scott-Heron - Gun Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Chitlins Con Carne Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Riviera Paradise J.J. Cale - Cloudy Day Peter Green - Just for You Shuggie Otis - Sweet Thang Eric Clapton - Magnolia (feat. John Mayer) Muddy Waters - Feel Like Going Home ARTWORK: The Dove of Peace by Pablo Picasso WAÏ

  • Ovi Sima - Guest Mix
    Lullabies for Insomniacs
    Lullabies For Insomniacs

    Music from Anom Vitruv, Ingram Marshall, Jansen / Barbieri, Peter Seiler, Petre Inspirescu, Ahu, D.Hansen, Samana, Conjoint, Nehoki, Singū, Yoshinori Hayashi, Дайсез & АЭМ Ритм-Каскад, Mara & Nana Vasconcelos, John T. Gast, Steve Jansen, Loma, Krzysztof Komeda, The Michel Petrucciani Trio. 'I write so the endangered thoughts roaming naked and vulnerable through the misty jungles of my mind aren't slain by the guns of practical living.' Kim Krizan

  • Honey Bee Honey
    Dan Fowler
    Jazz & Blues

    Original blues song, swing it daddio!

    sounds good!
    Jazz / Hard Bop & Soul-Jazz

    MONDAY MIX - SGMM001 Hard Bop & Soul-Jazz 1. Frank Wess - The Lizard ( Thad Jones ) 2. Hank Crawford - Mellow Down 3. Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special 4. Howard Roberts Quartet - Dirty Old Bossa Nova 5. Lou Donaldson - Peepin’ 6. Duke Pearson - I'm Tired Cryin' Over You 7. Grover Washington, Jr. - Making Love to You 8. Stanley Turrentine - Feel The Fire & My Wish For You 9. Grover Washington, Jr. - Just The Way You Are

  • DJ set at Jazz Is Dead Series with Shigeto, LA, March 7, 2020
    Jazz, Beats, Balearic

    When I got asked to open for Shigeto a few weeks ago, I was beyond excited. I love Shigeto, and I love Jazz (duh!) Also, Motor City has been such a huge influence on me, musically - from Motown to JayDee, to Moodymann, - it’s just an endless trove of inspiration. I had such a great time DJing, and didn’t know at the time that they recorded it. I was glad they did because I don’t get to play this kind of stuff out very often these days. I used to do a lot of it 2003-2006… Only thing is, the file I was given is only the second half of my two- hour set. So I recreated the first half at home. (Thank you Serato, for the history bins!) and then I joined them…I really wanted you to hear the whole thing and how the evening built… Hope you dig. ps. This is a drawing of yours truly by Kutmah (circa 2005 - when I used to frequent his weekly party, Sketchbook…those who know, know) Including music by: Doug Carn, Black Nile, Underground Canopy, Lionmilk, Freddie Gibbs and Madlib, Elusive, Yoshinori Hayashi, Kamasi Washington, Azymyth, Dwilt Sharpp, Jeff Parker, Sam Wilkes, Saib., HYUKOH, Shinji, Al Dobson Jr., Kirby, Robert Glasper, Jamael Dean, Sweatson Klank, Chuggin Edits, BKNAPP, Destroyer, Kit Sebastian, Slum Village, Roots Manuva, Rayko, Fantab, Kid Sublime, Jazz Liberatorz, Dimlite, The Jazzual Suspects, Nightmares On Wax, Birdy Nam Nam, PPP, Miguel Atwood Fergusson (Dilla Cover), Josef Leimberg, Captain Planet, Nicole Bus, Teebs, Massimo Vanoni, Hifi Sean, Karmaa, Ratatat, Toro Y Moi, Kaytranada, Glow In The Dark, Inxxxwel, The Black 80s, Werkha, Lovebreak, Kilig...

  • Dusty Fingers - In Isolation

    Spike - Car Crash (Abel Remix) Francis Monkman - Getting Ready Joni Mitchell - Edith and the Kingpin Enzo Carella - Parigi J.O.B Orchestra - Govinda Bobbi Humphrey - Please Set Me at Ease Roy Ayers Ubiquity - The Third Eye Clive Zanda - Ogun Jean Luc Ponty - Renaissance Sunbear - Let Love Flow For Peace Bill Conti - Reflections Alain Peters - Rest’ Là Maloya Flavio Venturini - Qualquer Coisa A Haver Com O Paraiso Pierre Akendengue - Orema Ka-Ka-Ka Ashra - Oasis Giovanni Gebbia - Le Cose Attorno

  • What the World Needs Now - 3:31:20, 8.35 PM
    Jazz & Blues

    instrumental, sax, flute, miscellaneous found percussion, alto sax solo, Flute solo. Phil Chester: sax, flute, clarinet, percussion, and arrangement.

  • Il est tard, détends - toi (special lockdown)
    L'Impératrice ♕

    Reposez-vous mais surtout, restez chez-vous Tracklist >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 1 - Birds of Space - Teddy Lasry (RCA, 1976) 2 - La petite fille de la mer - Vangelis (Polydor, 1973) 3 - Mike Mills - Air (Source, 2003) 4 - The way we were - Gladys Knight & The Pips (Buddha Records, 1974) 5 - Concierto de Aranjuez - Jim Hall, Paul Desmond, Chet Baker, Roland Hanna, Ron Carter, Steve Gadd (CTI, 1975) 6 - You never know - Shakatak (Polydor, 1981) 7 - Day Break - Haruomi Hosono, Takahiko Ishikawa, Masataka Matsutohya (CBS, 1979) 8 - Ten Et Tiwa Dorment - Alain Goraguer (La planète sauvage - Pathé, 1973) 9 - Je veux te dire une chanson - Angelillo Et Hamel (Barclay, 1974) 10 - UNTITLED - Kate Bollinger (Not on label, 2019) 11 - Be mine - Amandla Stenberg (Euphoria OST, 2019)

  • brass (re)constructions
    Jazz & Blues

    just a little mix I put together featuring a slew of ridiculously funky Brass Band covers, spanning multiple genres.

  • Little B (live cover by Jay & Cecilia)
    Cecilia C
    Jazz & Blues

    Little B by Kurt Rosenwinkel Cover by Jay Yoo (guitar) & Cecilia C (vocal)

  • Gershwin - Someone To Watch Over Me
  • Bossa dos - Ricardo Pellican (Cover Damian Lamberti)
    Take one
    Jazz & Blues

    Bossa 2 - Ricardo Pellican Cover por Damian Lamberti 01 / 04 / 2020

  • Give 'Em What You've Got
    Josh Peacock
    Jazz & Blues

    New Beginnings is exciting new album that features the debut work of modern jazz trombonist and multi-instrumentalist Josh Peacock. Perfect for an hour of relaxation or for any dinner party, Josh combines classy jazz technique with the creative and exciting new world of non-traditional jazz harmonies, rhythms, and time signatures. Tracks feature Ben Davis on keyboard, Isaac Fisher on bass, and Adam Peterson on drums, while "Wherever You Are" features the multi-instrumental breadth of Josh's repertoire.