Fly me to the moon Let me play among the stars Let me see what spring is like On a, Jupiter and Mars In other words, hold my hand In other words, baby, kiss me Fill my heart with song And let me sing for ever more You are all I long for All I worship and adore In other words, please be true In other words, I love you Fill my heart with song Let me sing for ever more You are all I long for All I worship and adore In other words, please be true In other words, in other words I love you.
A jazz version of one of my favorite Beatles songs.
Get ready for showtime, Aria da Copo. One contender will be lost tomorrow. Arrangement: Bulnosaur40 (@user-263154627) Character Represented: Aria da Copo Sources: - Songs from traditional-style indie fighters - Songs in the blues genre, or in the style - Songs related to the undead Songs used: The Thrill is Gone - B.B. King (Blues) Theme from Rawhide - The Blues Brothers (Blues) I’d Rather Go Blind - Etta James (Blues) Shotgun Blues - Dex St. Calisaya (Blues)
IU - Blueming Jazz Guitar by 010
Live in Theater de nieuwe vrede Berchem. Jarno Verheyen - Piano Jasper De Roeck - Bass Jesse Dockx - Drums
"Fly Me to the Moon", originally titled "In Other Words", is a song written in 1954 by Bart Howard.
Volume 1, an introduction featuring the most recent finds on Billy Jones’ quest for the cleanest, headiest, swinging titles of LPs released before Y2K. @billyjonesbilly @longhairedjazz CHORDS for guitar - Ellen Arkbro Big Room - Peter Van Riper Sunset - Between Fatima - Hinze/Schwab/Weber/Kovacev Barramundi - This Mortal Coil Faun House - CS + Kreme Relation Between Bisons, Bananas & Rods - Yas-Kaz Chez Le Commandeur - Hector Zazou G.B.H - Fabulous Diamonds Impulse - Chris & Cosey Rivers - Leo James Desperate Living - Fabulous Diamonds 1 - Psychic Warriors Ov Gaia Angry Purple Birds - Theo Parrish Variations Of Amande (w Theo) - Trypheme Cogitate 1.1 - Promoter The Feeling (Of Warmth & Beauty) - Richard H Kirk Bowed Glass - Ex-Terrestrial Suite Pour L'Invisible - Ana Roxanne Drain - Smagghe & Cross Sweet Surrender (Tantric Version) - The Oneness Space
back with my fourth "Bluets" show on @operator-radio, recorded on 27/10/2020, 12pm. https://www.operator-radio.com/archive/bluets-04-w-lilli-zylka enjoy! :) xx penultimate press – gesine 2 ol – cicadaskit simon whetham – singing, ringing vilod – flump far out radio systems – bolkonsky fft – new life pan american – inside elevation félicia atkinson – everything evaporate jonny nash, suzanne kraft – breath chant derek bailey, fred frith, sonny sharrock, john zorn, bill laswell, charles k. noyes – improvised music #3 jon hassell – amsterdam blue (cortège) jan johansson – visa från utanmyra martin blume, wilbert de joode, john butcher – acids alboran trio – balkan air popol vuh – ich mache einen spiegel dinosaur – interlude schntzl – dame en konijn szun waves – temple ill considered – opener (live) popol vuh – kailash: last village neil young – organ solo henning christiansen – confessions of a hollow the image is from "paris, texas" by wim wenders and robby müller (1984)
This months instalment of Poetry Credits features poetry recitals sent in by Xandria Phillips, Eli Ryn Brown and Carolina Lara Oliveira. Plus contemporary jazz and neo soul picks from Grant Green, Steve Lacy, Thundercat, and more.
Yet another collaboration with the uber talented Janine Levinson. This time her pick. One of her and my favorites.
Spirits just have a way of getting in the door, also because of the blues we got some jazz with the orchestra
I always have a story behind things. Here's another one... As a vocalist I'm intrigued by John Coltrane's "Giant Steps". I've had a longstanding desire to sing it from the soul, and not as an intellectual pursuit. So I wrote a song to the changes. (There's actually a whole other story behind this one, too. smh...) For my NEC grad recital in 2012 I wrote the tune into the printed program but never actually composed it until the morning of the recital, driving with friends from Brooklyn up to Boston. The band (instrumentalists + singers) and I tried it out in dress rehearsal for about two minutes and then played it through that evening during the actual recital, for the first time. Of all the pieces performed that evening, the energy we shared for the tune, that night, is still unforgettable to me. Eight years later, I decided as a benchmark birthday present to myself I would begin the recording process of this tune and invited four NEC students to join me. I'm still learning the song, but this is how they helped me bring it alive thus far. Nedelka F. Prescod, vocals, melody, lyrics and co-arranger Joseph Copeland, co-arranger Erez Dessel, piano Andrew Shield, e-guitar Tyler Wagner, bass and production Alex Yoo, drums The introductory sample is from the recital featuring a whole crew of amazing instrumentalists and singers that created an amazing vibe and spirit that was NEC in 2012. I will return to name everyone. Respect This recording was done virtually in the year 2020... in the midst of all that came with it. Blessings
Scott Joplin's famous composition "The Entertainer", performed on various synthesisers, double bass and programmed percussion. Arrangement and all noises by Simon Beck. Chords: Yamaha Reface CS Main melody: Behringer Crave Countermelody: Behringer Crave Bass: Stagg electric upright Percussion: programmed in Hydrogen2
A music illustration of the Autumn leaves. -- Photo by Jade Stephens on Unsplash
Every other Saturday dublab sets up shop in the empty King Georg bar in Cologne for a series of live broadcasts, putting an emphasis on all things jazz and beyond. This time featuring Jazz & Milk's Dusty.