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Jesse Mueller

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Miles Mosley  "Shadow of Doubt"  Jazz bassist and vocalist Miles Mosley's new music video for "Shadow of Doubt" premiered August 18th on Live For Live Music.The video also available on Vevo takes a look into Mosleys life on the road  following his travels and providing a glimpse at his routine as a touring musician. Mosleys albumUPRISING on Verveis available now digitally and physically. The album garnered wide praise having debuted at #4 on Billboards Contemporary Jazz Chart and #2 on the…

Miles Mosley "Shadow of Doubt" Jazz bassist and vocalist Miles Mosley's new music video for "Shadow of Doubt" premiered August 18th on Live For Live Music.The video also available on Vevo takes a look into Mosleys life on the road following his travels and providing a glimpse at his routine as a touring musician. Mosleys albumUPRISING on Verveis available now digitally and physically. The album garnered wide praise having debuted at #4 on Billboards Contemporary Jazz Chart and #2 on the…

Maurice White was a shining star to the many fans who loved the music of Earth, Wind & Fire. Under White's leadership, Earth, Wind & Fire mixed elements of funk, soul, jazz, rock and pop along with strong songwriting and a spiritual vibe that brought the band worldwide fame. The group has sold over 90 million records. We remember the legendary Maurice White with a look at some of our favorite Earth, Wind & Fire songs.

Maurice White was a shining star to the many fans who loved the music of Earth, Wind & Fire. Under White's leadership, Earth, Wind & Fire mixed elements of funk, soul, jazz, rock and pop along with strong songwriting and a spiritual vibe that brought the band worldwide fame. The group has sold over 90 million records. We remember the legendary Maurice White with a look at some of our favorite Earth, Wind & Fire songs.

Jazz music

Do Do That Be Bop! (Bespoke Jazz Live At Chatelet Les Halles) by canager-originalburning on SoundCloud

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES  Detroit, Michigan, 1959. Berry Gordy gathered the best musicians from the city's thriving jazz and blues scene for his new record company: Motown. They called themselves the Funk Brothers, and they were the greatest hit machine in the history of popular music. This is their story

Standing In the Shadows of Motown

Standing in the Shadows of Motown 2002 Documentary about the Funk Brothers, a group of Detroit musicians who backed up dozens of Motown artists.

Now this would be a great listen today #music #saturday #lazyday #Repost @loddefjordhifi with @repostapp. #nowspinning #TheloniousMonk With #JohnColtrane on #vinyl #33rpm #1961 text cut from #AllMusic : Universally regarded as one of the greatest collaborations between the two most influential musicians in modern jazz (Miles Davis notwithstanding) the Jazzland sessions from Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane should be recognized on other levels. While the mastery of the principals is beyond…

Now this would be a great listen today #music #saturday #lazyday #Repost @loddefjordhifi with @repostapp. #nowspinning #TheloniousMonk With #JohnColtrane on #vinyl #33rpm #1961 text cut from #AllMusic : Universally regarded as one of the greatest collaborations between the two most influential musicians in modern jazz (Miles Davis notwithstanding) the Jazzland sessions from Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane should be recognized on other levels. While the mastery of the principals is beyond…

Kem

Album II (Kem album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Filmmaker Norm Grant talks about his film The Celebrity Clubwhere some of the biggests names in Jazz came to Rhode Island during a time of racial tension in Rhode Island. He also talks about how Paul Gonsalves revived the Duke Ellingotn band during the 1956 Newport Jazz Festival. www.conversationsinthestudio.com aklso on Facebook: IN THE STUDIO WITH ANN MARIE SPATHARAKIS

A Explosiva Era do Jazz

Miles Davis, Birdland, New York City, © Dennis Stock Magnum Photos.

No powerhouse band, no impossibly lithe dancing, no masterful guitar fireworks. Prince framed the evening as an autobiographical struggle, the story of how he mastered the piano and emerged from the shadow of his father, a jazz pianist. Familiar melodies splintered into virtuosic cascades for a dreamlike effect, as though Prince was remembering the birth of his career in real time. Elegantly casual in his mauve pajamas, that enormous afro dominating his slim frame, Prince took a stage dec...

Prince Stuns at Emotional 'Piano and a Microphone' Solo Show

Faith Evans, Eric Benet and Aloe Blacc lead tributes to the late singer as fans gather at City Hall

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