Composed by Bailey Maya for the CBC Jazz Ensemble under the direction of Dr. Collin Wilson solos Melissa Jones, bari Bailey Maya, tenor Diego Peralta, alto Jon Anderson, bass Personnel saxes Diego Peralta Sabastian Marichalar Bailey Maya Merisa Pfau Melissa Jones trombones Mason Allbee Jason Lindberg Chloe Schmidt Logan Terry trumpets Tobin Keddinso Elizabeth Nichols Eric Smith Stephen Osmonson piano Carey Simpson bass Jon Anderson drums Aaron Ladines
A soundtrack for an autumnal walk. Tracklist Frank Zappa – Transition (Edit) Nicholas Britell – Jezebel Piero Umiliani – Panoramica (Cinematic Orchestra Remix) Spirit – The Moving Van Elephant’s Memory – R.I.P. Steve Kuhn – Trance Ranny Sinclair – Autumn in our Town Beach Boys – ‘Til I Die (Alernate Mix) Marker Starling – Silver Morn Laurie Holloway – Corona Sault – The Black & Gold Spirit – Clear Duke Pearson – Cristo Redentor Les McCann & The Jazz Crusaders – Blues for Yna Yna Magician – House of the Purple Mist Caixa Cubo – Lua Nova Image: Shooting through leaves by billsmith2315 on Instagram
In 2018 Far Out Recordings signed a record deal with Brooklyn born, nomadic producer Jneiro Jarel. Having just put the finishing touches to the recordings, Jarel suffered an ischemic stroke while living and working in Costa Rica and his wife Indigo was forced to set up a crowd fund to cover special medical transport back to the states to receive treatment. The release was put on hold, but thanks to the generosity of friends and fans around the world, Jarel was able to get the care he needed and is now on the long road to recovery. We’re overjoyed to finally announce that Jneiro Jarel’s After A Thousand Years is now set for an October 2020 release. Throughout a career that has spanned over twenty years and seen collaborations with MF DOOM, Thom Yorke, Damon Albarn, BadBadNotGood, Portishead’s Beth Gibbons, Kimbra and Khujo Goodie (Dungeon Family), Jneiro Jarel’s consistently distinctive, forward thinking productions, as well as his love for the music of Brazil, made his partnership with Far Out a perfect fit. Recorded between New York, New Orleans, Miami and Costa Rica, After A Thousand Years features legendary multi-instrumentalist Bill Summers, famed for his work with Herbie Hancock, Quincy Jones and Eddie Henderson. The album also features Malawian-American guitarist Masauko Chipembere who has worked with the likes of RZA from Wu- Tang Clan and Ladybug Mecca from Digable Planets. For Jarel, After A Thousand Years is “a culmination of the longstanding musical contributions of the African diaspora.” Permeating the Brazilian music and Latin jazz Jarel has loved and drawn inspiration from, as well as the stateside jazz, soul and funk Jarel grew up around, the influence of Africa and its musical history, on both North and South America, is key to the album’s sound. On lead single “Banana Peel”, Jarel’s outernational perspective makes for a track that is almost impossible to place geographically: you can hear the swing of Jarel’s native New Orleans jazz, the vibrance of Costa Rican rainforests as well as the influence of Jarel’s vast collection of Brazilian records. “Viberian Waves” is equally nonconformist, morphing from funky baroque-flavoured instrumental hip hop into a bossa inspired, percussive jam. Taking its inspiration from the biblical prophecies found in the books of Isaiah, Daniel, and Revelation, foretelling the fully realized, physical and spiritual restoration of the earth and mankind after the thousand year reign of the Messianic Kingdom, After A Thousand Years contemplates and celebrates a world where everlasting love, peace, and harmony abound under a sovereign, divine rulership. After A Thousand Years will be released on Vinyl LP, CD and digitally on the 30th October 2020 via Far Out Recordings.
Live at Cafe OTO. Lyrics by Terry Day. Mixed & mastered by Peter Urpeth. Edited by Adrian Northover & Terry Day. Peter Urpeth / piano Neil Charles / bass Adrian Northover / soprano sax Joe Wright / tenor sax Dawid Frydryk / trumpet Terry Day / drums
Andy Summers - Opus Three (New York City 23-06-2000 Birdland USA) AUDIENCE RECORDING
a little song presented by "deutsche musikalische Hilfsmittel Gesellschaft.ev" ... means: made by my friend https://soundcloud.com/cosmic-ratzzz with my humble tenor saxophone addition :-) I hope u like this in-a-sentimental-mood track // collab number 13 by "The Lunatics"
With Skopje's industrial "music" in behind
A mellow, evening mood jazz piece performed by the amazing trumpetist Tonje Gravningsmyhr Composed and produced by Christian Lotvonen Berg Trumpet performed by Tonje Gravningsmyhr Samples by Christian Lotvonen Berg Recorded, mixed and mastered by Håvard Dyvesveen Cover photo and design by Benedikte Olea Solberg
Recorded live at an undisclosed location in Berlin, on the 17th of October 2020 in cooperation with John Hay. Setlist: #1 - (00:12) 0444B #2 - (03:37) 1710B #3 - (09:20) They Reminisce Over You #4 - (12:48) Drums Solo by John Hay #5 - (14:20)Carina Antistar (Album) - 2020 // rls: 22.10.2020 0444B (EP) - 2020 // rls: 22.10.2020
HaZy’s first guitar cover
Recorded at Rotterdam and Utrecht in 1980 when OMMU returned to the Netherlands for a little tour. In contrast to the earlier ‘Free Jazz’ feel of OMMU music, the flavour of the 1980s music was a tendency towards a more rhythmical feel. --- Davey Payne / saxes, flute Charlie Hart / bass, violin. Terry Day / drums, piano. --- Mixed & edited by Terry Day. Mastering by Charlie Hart.
Kawai Grand Piano: John S. Kompa, Bangkok, 2016. Inspiration was the great Keith Jarrett, his early recordings. A repeating left-hand sequence and improvising on it.
Composed by Scott Ninmer for the CBC Jazz Ensemble under the Direction of Dr. Collin Wilson solos Eric Smith, trumpet Diego Peralta, soprano Aaron Ladines, drums Personnel saxes Diego Peralta Sabastian Marichalar Bailey Maya Merisa Pfau Melissa Jones trombones Mason Allbee Jason Lindberg Chloe Schmidt Logan Terry trumpets Tobin Keddinso Elizabeth Nichols Eric Smith Stephen Osmonson piano Carey Simpson guitar Jeremy Rexus bass Jon Anderson drums Aaron Ladines