It’s Friday afternoon and what better way to get in the mood for the weekend than with this epic reworking of Pepe Bradock and Freddie Hubbard by Ms Jessica Lauren et al. We must do it again sometime…
On this day back in 1969, Albert Ayler was putting the finishing touches to one of his most seminal albums. We think you will all agree that if music is indeed the healing force of the universe, we need to get some bigger speakers. In the meantime, play this one out LOUD! ALBERT AYLER ”Music is the Healing Force of the Universe”Taken from the album “Music is the Healing Force of the Universe” released on Impulse in 1969.
We’ve got a fresh mixtape up, this time from our new resident DJ Lukas Kuhn. It’s a fifty minute excursion into Czechoslovak jazz and it’s rather tasty, featuring plenty of fusion, big band and heavy jazz funk flavours. Give it a listen on the link below! http://www.mixcloud.com/thejazzmeet/podcast-112-200813-czechoslovak-jazz-1967-1980-by-lukas-kuhn/
A healthy slice of classic jazz from Dexter Gordon, recorded on this day back in 1962. DEXTER GORDON “Cheese Cake” Taken from the album ‘Go’, released on Blue Note Records in 1962.
A little jazz flute and guitar for your Thursday lunchtime. There’s some serious shredding on this by Coryell, Young and Sharrock! HERBIE MANN “Memphis Underground”Taken from the album ‘Memphis Underground’, released on Atlantic Records in 1969.