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  • Best of Jazz Fusion and Funk Music - Too Hot Too Tight


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    01. Lo Greco Bros, Fusion Funk Foundation - Soul Sister 00:00
    02. Lo Greco Bros, Fusion Funk Foundation - So Easy 04:49
    03. Lo Greco Bros, Fusion Funk Foundation - Temptation 11:49
    04. Lo Greco Bros, Fusion Funk Foundation - Too Hot 17:59
    05. Lo Greco Bros, Fusion Funk Foundation - Beat Your Booty 23:32
    06. Lo Greco Bros, Fusion Funk Foundation - Boogie Day 28:20
    07. Lo Greco Bros, Fusion Funk Foundation - Rio Soul 34:04
    08. Lo Greco Bros, Fusion Funk Foundation - Touch 39:31
    09. Lo Greco Bros, Fusion Funk Foundation - Pride and Glory 44:30
    10. Lo Greco Bros, Fusion Funk Foundation - Too Tight 51:25

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  • Top 10 Most Influential Jazz Rock Fusion Guitarists


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    The Top 10 Most Influential Jazz Rock Fusion Guitarists in my life that have affected me musically in one way or the other. I have chosen these based on the direct effect that they're playing, techniques and teachings have influenced the way that I play and think.

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    Guthrie Govan:
    Erotic Cakes
    Tres Caballeros
    Culture Clash

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    Frank Gambale:
    Chop Builder
    Speed Picking

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    Wayne Krantz:
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    Long to be Loose


    Tim Miller:
    Trio 1
    Trio 2
    Trio 3

    Allan Holdsworth:
    Reaching for the uncommon chord
    Instructional video
    Just for the curious

    Live at Yoshi's

    Alex Machacek:
    FAT Living the Dream
    FAT Awesome


    The Art of Scale Weaving


    Guitar Tutorials 10 Modern Fusion Licks

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  • 5 Albums to Get You Into JAZZ FUSION


    Today I’m doing 5 Albums to Get You Into JAZZ FUSION, some really fantastic albums talked about in this video.

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    1) Miles Davis - Bitches Brew (1970)
    2) Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Inner Mounting Flame (1971)
    3) Return To Forever - Romantic Warrior (1976)
    4) Weather Report - Heavy Weather (1977)
    5) Vital Tech Tones - Vital Tech Tones (1998)


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  • Favorite 80s Jazz-Fusion Groups


    If I could sum up the musical roots of my channel, it would definitely this video here. These are a collection of 15 of my all-time favorite USA jazz fusion groups from the mid-late 80s era. Out of my entire collection, I go back with these artists the most, and the albums/songs featured. I have 94Q Jazz Flavors in ATL to thank for introducing me to all these artists, and they will always have a special place in my collection. You don't hear jazz-influenced instrumental fusion like this made today, with that eccentric, lively, improvisational nature. The 80s jazz-fusion years was a unique time, never to be repeated again...

    RIP T. Lavitz, Lyle Mays, Michael Brecker and Dave Samuels!

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  • Best of 1980s Smooth Jazz/Fusion MIX --- Vol. 2


    This is the absolute best of the best of oldschool jazz!! I have been working on compiling some of the best into the ultimate playlist for some months now. The first playlist I made months ago turned out to be a big hit, so I wanted to go all out on this one, focusing on mid 80s smooth jazz/fusion instrumentals. It is impossible for me to fit all of the best jazz that the 80s had to offer in one playlist, but these are some of my very favorites from Cds, vinyls, and Cassettes from my collection, a lot of which I have shared on my channel at some point over the years! I wanted to re-create the feel of 94Q Jazz Flavours with this mix, and bring back to life these rare & out of print gems. I guess this could be a small scale 80’s 94Q, WNUA 95.5, CD 101.9, KJZZ, KKSF, etc. This mix is perfect for those long drives, the working week, or just ‘chillaxing’ with a glass of wine in hand ;) Enjoy the nostalgia of what was, and still is a fantastic genre of music!

    I host two smooth jazz radio shows on WQNA, in Springfield, Illinois, and have uploaded airchecks from my shows here:

    Absolutely NO profit is being made. The purpose of this video is to shed light on a somewhat lost musical genre, and to share the music gems, all of which is long out of print and rare.

  • Intro to Jazz Fusion | Off Beat


    An exploration of the birth and aesthetics of jazz fusion.

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  • Top 20 Jazz Fusion Bassists of All Time


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    In today’s new video we’re going to be looking at the 20 best jazz fusion bass players of the 1970s. This was an insanely hard list for me to nail down because I’m such a HUGE fan of jazz fusion!

    So much so, that I’ve actually split this video into 2 parts: Part 1 is going to feature the bass players who were born before 1970. Part 2 is going to focus on the guys who were born after 1970. If that sounds crazy, you’re right, it is - but any list like this is always a bass player’s bunfight!

    Here’s who I think deserves to sit among the 20 greatest jazz fusion bass players in history. Let me know in the comments section if I’ve missed any of your favourites!

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  • 10 Japanese Jazz-Fusion Albums that will funk you up!


    Japanese jazz is a very special and talented school, the jazz-fusion funky-rock branch that was developed during the 70's is pure energy and groove. Discover 10 of the very best albums from that period!

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  • Best of Fusion Funky Jazz - Relaxing Vibes


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    1 Piero Masciarelli - Lively up Yourself (feat. Carlos Sarmiento, Alessandro Bastianelli, Roberto Zamporlini) 00:00
    2 Fusion Funk Foundation - Too Hot 05:39
    3 Papik - Peep This (featuring Johann Asmundsson) 11:01
    4 Jestofunk - If You've Got It, You'll Get It 15:59
    5 Dom Um Romao - Eric's Stuff 22:07
    6 Soul Jazz Unit - Shark Tale 25:01
    7 Embora 3 - Funk Maracatu 30:39
    8 Adriano Maria - Mediterranean Mood 33:44
    9 World Electic Band - Cantaloupe Island 38:51
    10 Legato - Mosquito 43:33
    11 Honeymunch - Lisboa 49:14
    12 Max Paparella - Messed Up 52:19
    13 Black Mighty Wax - Manhattan Skyline (featuring Piero Odorici) 56:49
    14 Capiozzomecco - William's Style 01:01:59
    15 Max Paparella - Souvenir from My Last Journey 01:07:31
    16 Clangreco - Tilt 01:11:40
    17 Black & Brown -Take This Mine 01:16:21
    18 Fusion Funk Foundation - Beat Your Booty 01:21:22
    19 Piero Masciarelli - Easy Out (feat. Alessandro Bastianelli, Roberto Zamporlini) 01:26:05
    20 World Electric Band - Time Disk 01:31:23
    21 Adrianomaria - Power To The Guitar 01:34:53
    22 Embora 3 - Respiracao 01:44:12
    23 Riovolt - Starjive 01:47:46
    24 Honeymunch - Caesar 01:53:03
    25 Riovolt - Calcad·o 01:56:53
    26 Capiozzo Mecco Santimone - Back to the Future 02:03:03

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  • Timeless Smooth Jazz Fusion Mix


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  • Jazz/Fusion Mix 2012-03-19


    2012-03-19 Jazz/Fusion Tracklist:
    1. Jamhunters - Ice-J.Am (00:00)
    2. ΠR2 - Nowe Buty (04:53)
    3. NANIWA EXPRESS - Early Bird (09:38)
    4. John Patitucci - Tell Tale (16:06)
    5. Pilichowski Band - Bass Dance (20:56)

  • Jazz Rock, Jazz Rock Fusion and Jazz Rock Music Instrumental


    Jazz rock, jazz rock fusion and jazz rock music with jazz rock instrumental. This jazz rock and jazz rock fusion of jazz rock music with jazz rock instrumental is composed and recorded by David Lewis Luong, Sydney Australia.

    Featured in this jazz rock and jazz rock fusion of jazz rock music with jazz rock instrumental playlist are:

    Track 1: Breathless moments (starts at 00:00)
    Track 2: Higher love (starts at 3:22)
    Track 3: Pretty in blue (starts at 7:48)
    Track 4: Mile high (starts at 11:26)
    Track 5: New frontier (starts at 14:10)
    Track 6: Til we meet again (starts at 16:49)
    Track 7: A fare to remember (starts at 19:15)
    Track 8: Emerald once again (starts at 23:59)
    Track 9: Memories of yesteryear (starts at 30:25)
    Encore starts at 33:13

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  • 70s & 80s Best Smooth Jazz Instrumentals, Jazz Fusion Classics, Retro Jazz Favorites


    70s 80s Smooth Jazz Instrumentals, Retro Jazz Classics, Jazz Fusion

  • Psychedelic Jazz Rock Fusion - Gambardella from Barcelona, Spain @ White Noise Sessions 30-10-2017


    On the 20th of October 2017, Gambardella from Barcelona, Catalonia, visited the White Noise Studio to record a White Noise Session.
    Jazzrock? Fusion?
    Energetic, jazz rock - Psychedelic fusion with an edge! Groovy as hell. Check em out! They're about to record their second album.

    Recorded, mixed and mastered by Marlon Wolterink


    Band Bio ( Short):
    Gambardella is a trio of psychedelic jazz-rock and instrumental dub settled in Barcelona. Gambardella experiments with Mediterranean, African and American sounds of the 70s and 90s. Gambardella is formed by Oscar Altaba (drums), Jaime L. Pantaleón (guitar and synthesizers), and Victor Teller (bass).

    White Noise Sessions - Live sessions from the White Noise Studio in Winterswijk, The Netherlands.
    Home of the underground. Sort of ;-) The sessions are live recorded performances in which bands bring their best! We love bands who are left of center, interesting, thought provoking, weird, awesome, mind blowing or just plain good.

  • 1970s Jazz & 1970s Jazz Fusion: Best 1970s Jazz Funk & 1970s Jazz Bass and Jazz Instrumental


    1970s jazz and 1970s jazz fusion - best collection of 70s jazz funk and 70s jazz bass and jazz instrumental in #Jazz and #JazzMusicl. This 1970s jazz and 1970s jazz instrumental is composed and recorded for your enjoyment.

    Featured in this 70s and 70s jazz playlist are:

    Track 1: Dawn of joy (starts at 00:00)
    Track 2: On a night like this (starts at 3:39)
    Track 3: Bring me tomorrow (starts at 7:32)
    Track 4: Memories of dusk (starts at 12:03)
    Track 5: Close to you (starts at 16:51)
    Track 6: When tomorrow comes (starts at 22:01)
    Track 7: Echoes of paradise (starts at 27:00)
    Track 8: Flashback (starts at 32:02)
    Track 9: Uptown girl (starts at 37:00)
    Track 10: Cruising midnight (starts at 40:48)

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  • Zakir Hussain and Dave Holland: Crosscurrents | JAZZ NIGHT IN AMERICA


    Tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain, prolific bassist Dave Holland and their international ensemble perform together as Crosscurrents, a musical exploration of the influence of Indian music on the jazz and rock scenes of the '60s.

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    Virtuosity — of a dazzling, ebullient, yet altogether generous sort — might be the most obvious bridge between David Holland and Zakir Hussain. But there's also a deep cultural foundation behind their musical dialogue, which forms the beating heart of a project called Crosscurrents.

    Hussain, a peerless master of the Indian tabla, and Holland, an English-born bassist of sterling jazz renown, were both shaped in some way by the 1960s, a decade of awakening and convergence. In this episode of Jazz Night in America, we'll explore the influence of Indian music on the jazz and rock scenes of that era — as well as the less familiar story of jazz's influence on the subcontinent, embodied by musicians like pianist and composer Louiz Banks.

    We'll hear music from a recent Jazz at Lincoln Center concert led by Hussain and Holland. Crosscurrents also features Banks, his son, drummer Gino Banks, along with acclaimed American saxophonist and flutist Chris Potter, Bollywood vocal star Shankar Mahadevan and Mumbai-based jazz guitarist Sanjay Divecha. We'll also get some valuable outside perspective from percussionist Sameer Gupta and other musicians in Brooklyn Raga Massive, which pursues a similar form of thrumming exchange.


    This set was recorded at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Rose Hall on May 5th, 2018 in New York City.

    3:28 - Radhe Rani
    15:06 - Hope
    26:06 - Shadows
    37:08 - Rama Rama
    57:56 - Doors
    1:13:40 - Solace
    1:20:40 - Finding The Light
    1:29:00 - Encounter / Breathless

    Zakir Hussain (tabla)
    Dave Holland (bass)
    Shankar Mahadevan (voice)
    Chris Potter (saxophone)
    Sanjay Divecha (guitar)
    Louiz Banks (piano)
    Gino Banks (drums)

    Thumbnail photography by Lawrence Sumulong for Jazz at Lincoln Center.



  • KJZZ-FM Jazz Fusion/New Music radio tapes 1992


    A subscriber named “80sjazzrocks” emailed me wave files of these cassette tapes he recorded off-air from KJZZ (K-Jazz) 91.5, out of Phoenix, Arizona in 1992. From what I’ve read, KJZZ was a college campus-based station that played “lite fusion” and what was termed “new music,” much like late 80s 94Q Jazz Flavours, but not much info about the station’s past is available. There are many ethereal early 90s gems on here that I have not heard in decades. I have been looking for the unknown piece at 1:34:48 for over 30 years! This tape recording is the first time I have heard that piece since!! To Mr. 80sjazzrocks: Thank YOU so much for sending me these to share on here!!!

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  • Miles Davis - So What


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  • Ultimate 80s Smooth Jazz/Fusion MIX!!


    Here is the biggest 80s jazz fusion compilation yet! My last two mixes were big hits, but have become ad-ridden. This mix is a collection of some of the rarest 'lost gems' of the 80s-early 90s contemporary jazz realm, all selected from my large collection of LPs, cassetts and CDs. A lot of these songs are unheard & have been forgotten about by most, and have never been heard online. Many of the albums featured in this ultimate mix I've shared at some point on my channel. I wanted to recreate the feel of tuning into 94Q Jazz Flavours, WNUA, The Wave, KJZZ stations back in the 80s-early 90s era!

    So...enjoy a non-stop 7-hour playlist of some of KJC's choice selections, and maybe a martini or two!!

    I host two smooth jazz radio shows on WQNA, in Springfield, Illinois, and have uploaded airchecks from my shows here:

  • Chick Corea, Jazz Fusion Pioneer, Dead at 79


    Chick Corea, Jazz Fusion Pioneer, Dead at 79

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  • Anthony Brancati: Neo-Funk


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    Written by Anthony Brancati & Robi Botos
    Produced By: Anthony Brancati

    Anthony Brancati: Lead Keys
    Robi Botos: Rhodes/Clav
    Larnell Lewis: Drums
    Wesley Allen: Bass
    Anthony Wright: Moog Key Bass
    Andrew Kesler B3 Hammond Organ
    Ian Culley: Lead Guitar
    Tom Ionescu: Rhythm Guitar
    Peter Kim: Trumpet
    Emily Ferrell: Trombone
    Julian Nalli: Alto Sax
    Graeme Wallace: Tenor Sax

    Engineered & Mixed By Nick Bonin
    Assistant Engineers: Andre St. Denis, Graham Ko
    Mastered By: Peter Moore
    Recorded Live @ Humber Studios on January 25, 2014

    Video Production and Editing By Anthony Brancati
    Video Footage By Tim O'Reilly, David Killing, Joanna Glezakos, and Charlie Jemmett

    Special Thanks to Giovanni Campanelli, Andrew Mullin, Andre St-Denis, Andrew Kesler, and Ewen Lewis Photography

  • Ten of the Best Fusion Guitarists


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    (00:37) Daniele Gottardo - Scarecrow's Dance
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    (01:24) Alex Hutchings - March of the Machines
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    (02:05) Andre Nieri - 20 Diverse Fusion Licks
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    (03:03) Feodor Dosumov - 20 Furious Funk Fusion Licks
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    (04:05) Jake Willson - Creative Chromatics Advanced
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    (04:45) Guthrie Govan - Bigfoot
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    (05:34) Martin Miller - 20 Sunny Style Fusion Licks
    20 licks of fusion goodness:

    (06:24) Claudio Pietronik - Joy of Perspective
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    (07:07) Luca Mantovanelli - Pentatonic Masterclass
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    (07:55) Martin Miller - The Monster Lick
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  • Best of Japanese Jazz Fusion and Japanese Jazz Funk with Japanese Jazz and Japanese Jazz Music


    Best 2 hours of Japanese jazz fusion and Japanese jazz funk with Japanese jazz and Japanese jazz music. Featured in this Japanese jazz fusion and Japanese jazz funk with Japanese jazz and Japanese jazz music collection are:

    Track 1: Bring me tomorrow (starts at 00:00)
    Track 2: Memories of dusk (starts at 4:31)
    Track 3: Close to you (starts at 9:19)
    Track 4: When tomorrow comes (starts at 14:30)
    Track 5: Echoes of paradise (starts at 19:29)
    Track 6: Flashback (starts at 24:30)
    Track 7: Uptown girl (starts at 29:29)
    Track 8: Dawn of joy (starts at 33:16)
    Track 9: On a night like this (starts at 36:54)
    Track 10: Cruising midnight (starts at 40:47)
    Encore starts at 1:01:53

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  • Best of 1980s Contemporary Jazz / Fusion - MIX!!


    I put together this mix of some of my very favorite tunes of the 1980s and early 90s contemporary jazz/fusion era. I wanted to put together a playlist that celebrates “the roots” of my channel, so to speak. These are all great tunes that I have shared over the years since I started KJCMuzique. It is truly impossible for me to include all my favorite artists and tunes in one playlist of course, but this is just a small (4 hour ;) sample of my personal favorites that are especially close to my heart, and take me back to an era of amazing music! I was reminiscing with nostalgia the many great memories this music brings when putting this mix together. This playlist is perfect for long drives, while working, or just “chillaxing.” Enjoy the nostalgia!! ;)

    I now host two smooth jazz radio shows on WQNA, in Springfield, Illinois, and have uploaded airchecks from my shows here:

  • String Profiles of 18 Great Jazz Guitarists


    Have you ever wondered what string gauge your favorite jazz guitarist uses or used? Although the string gauge is just one of many factors we must take into consideration when trying to achieve a certain tone, it is nonetheless important. So with that in mind, In this video I share with you the string profiles of 18 influential jazz guitarists of all times.

    Since I obviously can't cover every great jazz guitarist and could not dig up the info on all of them, I encourage you to list in the comment section, any that I missed whose string profile you are familiar with.

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  • Jazzy Town | Lofi & JazzHop


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    00:00 Guru Griff - Long Day
    01:36 Simon Jefferis - Amsterdam In The Spring
    04:28 Thelonious Coltrane - Fades Em All
    06:07 FloFilz - quintal
    08:03 Brixton Strut // Simon Jefferis + Natty Reeves
    10:21 Nymano - early wake up
    11:48 Didi Crazzz - A Jazz Blast
    14:00 Mista Hope - Les Balauds
    17:37 Nicobox - Je bois
    19:42 Didi Crazzz - Jazz On Is
    22:14 Didi Crazzz - Breath Deeply
    24:25 Didi Crazzz - Velvety
    27:26 Didi Crazzz - Love It

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    Thelonious Coltrane
    Natty Reeves
    Didi Crazzz
    Mista Hope

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  • An Evening of Fourplay - Vol.1&2 *THE SMOOTHJAZZ LOFT*


    The fantastic foursome of FOURPLAY features Bob James on keyboards, Lee Ritenour on guitars, Nathan East on bass and Harvey Mason on drums. They are joined by special guests Chaka Khan, Phillip Bailey and Phil Perry in the spectacular live DVD An Evening of Fourplay.

    Featured in this 12-song set are 3 of their early classics: Between The Sheets (featuring Chaka Khan), After The Dance and Chant.

    Tracklisting: 1. Chant 2. Monterey 3. 101 Eastbound 4. Midnight Stroll 5. After The Dance 6. Bali Run 7. Wish You Were Here 8. Moonjogger 9. A Summer Child 10. Amoroso 11. Between The Sheets 12. Flying East

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  • Chillhop Yearmix 2019 ☕️ jazz beats & lofi hip hop


    To close off the year, here are 2.5 hours of the best chillhop / lofi hip hop
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    00:00:00 No Spirit - Careless
    00:02:38 dryhope - White Oak
    00:04:32 Toonorth - Effervescent
    00:06:54 Xander - Our Adventures
    00:09:35 Ouska - Alive
    00:11:57 knowmadic - Faces
    00:14:06 Leavv - Driftwood
    00:16:46 Aviino - Goodmorning
    00:19:08 middle school - Do You Want To Pretend We're In Love Sometime?
    00:21:23 sleepy fish - I Wish It Would Never Stop Snowing
    00:24:31 SwuM - Stay.
    00:26:32 Tom Doolie - Lemon
    00:28:19 Moods - Where I Met You
    00:30:35 Swørn - Flower
    00:33:08 plusma - Marmots Dance
    00:35:33 Blue Wednesday, Shopan - Murmuration
    00:38:05 less.people - what will you do?
    00:41:10 j'san. - Awakening
    00:44:50 blnkspc_ - Quietly
    00:47:28 Psalm Trees - Clocks Forward ft. Guillaume Muschalle
    00:49:45 L'indécis - Second Wind
    00:52:42 saib. - Whale Call
    00:56:23 Allem Iversom - 01 Action
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  • Jazz Restaurant - Cool Music 2020


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    01 00:00 Running Away - Urban Love, Ivette Moraes
    02 03:23 Everyday Is Like Sunday - Eve St. Jones
    03 06:24 Take My Breath Away - Flora Martinez
    04 09:54 Human - The Cooltrane Quartet
    05 13:01 Wonderful Life - The Cooltrane Quartet
    06 16:10 Marie - Jazzystics
    07 19:20 Baby - Jazzystics, Ituana
    08 22:34 Jamming - Groovy Waters
    09 25:19 Take It Easy - Jamie Lancaster
    10 28:35 On The Beach - Groove Da Praia, Shelly Sony, Luca Giacco
    11 32:06 When The World Is Running Down - BossArt Ensemble, Os Alquimistas, Natascha
    12 35:09 Two People - Shelly Sony
    13 38:09 If You Want Me To Stay - Don & Gene
    14 41:11 Golden - Jamie Lancaster
    15 44:38 Love You Inside Out - Beluga's Trio, Shelly Sony
    16 48:21 I Feel It Coming - Eve St. Jones
    17 51:57 Come Go With Me - George White Group
    18 56:00 Love Hurts - Sarah Menescal
    19 58:56 Seven Days In Sunny June - Luca Giacco
    20 01:02:27 Happy - Flora Martinez
    21 01:05:55 Back Down South - Stereo Dub, Karen Souza
    22 01:08:40 Hurts To Be In Love - Michelle Simonal
    23 01:11:17 Right Down The Line - Scubba, Dinah York
    24 01:14:31 You Get What You Give - Amazonics
    25 01:17:47 The Tide Is High - Cassandra Beck
    26 01:21:10 Mistake Number 3 - Scubba, Dinah York
    27 01:24:29 Cryin' - Sarah Menescal
    28 01:27:48 The Captain Of Her Heart - Flora Martinez
    29 01:31:57 Adventure Of A Lifetime - Sarah Menescal
    30 01:35:53 Say Say Say - Eve St. Jones
    31 01:39:02 The Lady In Red - The Cooltrane Quartet
    32 01:42:49 Back To Black - Eve St. Jones
    33 01:46:55 More Than I Can Bear - Luca Giacco
    34 01:50:53 I Just Wanna Stop - Michelle Simonal
    35 01:53:16 One Of These Nights - James Farrelli, Ituana
    36 01:56:29 Every Rose Has Its Thorn - Dinah Eastwood
    37 02:00:59 (They Long To Be) Close To You - Beluga's Trio, Apollinare Rossi
    38 02:04:51 Sahara Night - George White Group
    39 02:07:47 I Ran (So Far Away) - Dinah Eastwood
    40 02:11:49 Passionfruit - Amazonics
    41 02:15:54 Riders On The Storm - Apollinare Rossi, Jazzystics
    42 02:19:41 Foxey Lady - Apollinare Rossi
    43 02:23:23 I Finally Found Someone - Jamie Lancaster, Cassandra Beck
    44 02:26:35 She Drives Me Crazy - Urselle
    45 02:29:39 Run To You - Groove Messengers, Dinah York
    46 02:32:37 Big In Japan - Banda Do Sul, Isa
    47 02:36:58 Whotta Lota Love - Apollinare Rossi, Les Crossaders
    48 02:40:21 Reminiscing - Michelle Simonal
    49 02:43:39 Go Your Own Way - Nova Bossa Ltd., Marvin, Natalie Renoir
    50 02:46:26 Halo - George White Group, Luca Giacco
    51 02:50:55 Undercover Of The Night - Cassandra Beck
    52 02:55:27 Everyday Is Like Sunday - Karen Souza
    53 02:59:09 Candy - Jamie Lancaster, Ituana

    【カフェ音楽】大人の雰囲気 - 夜に聴きたいアコースティックジャズ - Smooth Jazz • Music for Grownups and Other People.

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  • Jazz Audiophile Recommended - Various Artists


    Jazz Audiophile Recommended - Various Artists includes 5 immortal jazz CDs from the High End world. Albums released by Hitman Jazz label in 24bit high quality CD format (HQCD)
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  • Positive Mood JAZZ - Sunny Jazz Cafe and Bossa Nova Music


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  • Jazz History: An Introduction To The Series / Jazz Tactics


    This video introduces the Jazz History series on this channel. It explains how it came to be, what it covers and what it seeks to accomplish. The full series comprises approx. sixty episodes, posted weekly, usually on Wednesdays.

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    On this channel, jazz trumpeter and author Chase Sanborn offers advice and tips for musicians and music students, based on more than forty years of experience as a working musician. Check out the playlists and subscribe for weekly videos on brass playing, jazz improvisation, and the business of being a musician.






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  • Earl Klugh Live at Java Jazz Festival 2013


    Earl Klugh feat. Nelson Rangell live at the Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival 2013, March 3rd - D2 Hall JiExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta - Indonesia.
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    1 Brazilian Stomp
    2 Across The Sand
    3 Midnight In San Juan
    4 DOC
    5 Wishiful Thinking
    6 Earl Solo - This Time
    7 Vonetta
    8 Living Inside Your Love
    9 Sonora
    10 Dr. Macumva
    11 Twinkle
    12 Heart String

  • George Duke Trio Its On Live at Java Jazz Festival 2010


    George Duke Trio performs It's On live at Java Jazz Festival 2010 - March 6th, C1 Hall JiExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta - Indonesia

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  • Fusion Funk Backing Track C Minor Groovy Ballad


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  • New York Jazz Music 10 Hours - Relax Jazz Bar Classics


    The Best Playlist of Relaxing New York Jazz Bar Classics Music for Full 10 Hours! Music by Richard Freeman

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  • BeBop | The History of Jazz | Bebop Era Mix Jazz & Swing


    00:00:00 Charlie Parker Blue Bird (1947)
    00:02:50 Dizzy Gillespie Anthropology (1948)
    00:05:26 Miles Davis All-Stars Milestones (1949)
    00:08:01 Tadd Dameron The Squirrel (1948)
    00:10:58 Charlie Parker Ah-Leu-Cha (1948)
    00:13:54 Bud Powell Celia (1950)
    00:16:56 Dizzy Gillespie Salt Peanuts (1945)
    00:20:11 Charlie Parker Billie's Bounce (1945)
    00:23:19 Red Norvo Bop! (1945)
    00:26:23 Miles Davis And His Orchestra Venus De Milo (1950)
    00:29:32 Tadd Dameron Symphonette (1949)
    00:32:38 Wardell Gray Twisted (1949)
    00:36:05 Dizzy Gillespie A Night In Tunisia (1946)
    00:39:07 Charlie Parker Bird's Nest (1947)
    00:41:52 Sarah Vaughan What A Diff'rence A Day Made (1948)
    00:44:38 Django Reinhardt - Babik (Bi-Bop) (1947)
    00:47:23 Dizzy Gillespie Oop Bop Sh'bam (1947)
    00:50:22 Thelonious Monk 'Round About Midnight (1948)
    00:53:30 Charlie Parker Donna Lee (1947)
    00:56:05 Dizzy Gillespie 52nd Street Theme (1947)
    00:59:07 Charlie Parker Sextet Air Conditioning (1950)
    01:02:06 Miles Davis Budo (1949)
    01:04:41 Charlie Parker Scrapple From The Apple (1948)
    01:07:35 Fats Navarro Goin To Minton's (1947)
    01:10:28 Dizzy Gillespie Groovin' High (1947)
    01:13:03 Charlie Parker Constellation (1948)
    01:15:30 Bud Powell Tempus Fugue It (1950)

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    Bebop or bop is a style of jazz developed in the early to mid-1940s in the United States, which features compositions characterized by a fast tempo, complex chord progressions with rapid chord changes and numerous changes of key, instrumental virtuosity, and improvisation based on a combination of harmonic structure, the use of scales and occasional references to the melody.
    Bebop developed as the younger generation of jazz musicians expanded the creative possibilities of jazz beyond the popular, dance-oriented swing style with a new musician's music that was not as danceable and demanded close listening. As bebop was not intended for dancing, it enabled the musicians to play at faster tempos. Bebop musicians explored advanced harmonies, complex syncopation, altered chords, extended chords, chord substitutions, asymmetrical phrasing, and intricate melodies. Bebop groups used rhythm sections in a way that expanded their role. Whereas the key ensemble of the swing era was the big band of up to fourteen pieces playing in an ensemble-based style, the classic bebop group was a small combo that consisted of saxophone (alto or tenor), trumpet, piano, guitar, double bass, and drums playing music in which the ensemble played a supportive role for soloists. Rather than play heavily arranged music, bebop musicians typically played the melody of a composition (called the head) with the accompaniment of the rhythm section, followed by a section in which each of the performers improvised a solo, then returned to the melody at the end of the composition.
    Some of the most influential bebop artists, who were typically composer-performers, are: alto sax player Charlie Parker; tenor sax players Dexter Gordon, Sonny Rollins, and James Moody; clarinet player Buddy DeFranco; trumpeters Fats Navarro, Clifford Brown, Miles Davis, and Dizzy Gillespie; pianists Bud Powell, Mary Lou Williams, and Thelonious Monk; electric guitarist Charlie Christian, Joe Pass and drummers Kenny Clarke, Max Roach, and Art Blakey.

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  • My Top 10 Jazz Guitarists! - Jens Larsen


    ➡️➡️Check out Jens Larsen's YouTube Channel here:
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    Today, Jens Larsen is here to share his Top 10 Jazz Guitarists!

    1. Charlie Christian
    Christian is arguably the godfather of jazz and one of the first people to really start using the electric guitar. He was the guitar player with Benny Goodman, a clarinet player and a really big star at the time, so that got him a lot of good exposure.

    2. Jim Hall
    Coming out of the bebop era, everyone was playing long lines and lots of notes, but Jim Hall was always playing fewer notes, and was still so rhythmically interesting and very melodic.

    3. Wes Montgomery
    He managed to not only play hardcore jazz, but also cross over into more popular music. Later in his career, you will find him playing with a string orchestra, playing pop tunes. He has tons of groove, lots of arpeggios, octaves – which are his signature thing – and also chord solos.

    4. Pat Martino
    He is mostly famous for his long, flowing eighth note lines and his very complex harmonies. He essentially has his own theory on how to understand music and how to think about harmony.

    5. George Benson
    He followed in the steps of Wes Montgomery and managed to cross over into pop music. He’s a truly amazing and intuitive technical jazz guitarist. What is also amazing about him is that he is also a great singer, and he has such an incredible connection between his voice and his fingers, where he can play and also sing and scat along.

    6. Joe Pass
    His Guitar Style book is really the book that almost everybody learned to play guitar from! He did a lot of work with pianist Oscar Peterson, and vocalist Ella Fitzgerald throughout his career. His ability on the guitar, in terms of feeling like a complete orchestra by himself, is really unparalleled!

    7. John Scofield
    Scofield has been a huge influence on jazz as a whole. He has has a very long career, starting with being the guitar player for Miles Davis in the 1980s. The way that he can work with playing behind the beat, playing bluesy phrases, and also having a very modern sound is amazing.

    8. Pat Metheny
    What makes him so unique and influential is that he is always looking for new ways to create new sounds. He is also one of the first – if not the first – jazz guitarists to have a wet-dry-wet rig, which is quite an extensive set of amplifiers on the stage.

    9. Kurt Rosenwinkel
    He has these really strong melodies, but because he is also a piano player, he is also very strongly rooted in a lot of bebop. So there are signs of modern in him, but also some very traditional signs to him. He is also very good at adding chords to his solo lines, and comping himself, which is something that really sets him apart from other guitarists.

    10. Gilad Hekselman
    What drew Jens to him was his work with Ari Hoenig – a fantastic jazz drummer – and all the rhythmical things they were doing, as the way they played together was just magical. While this is a list of guitar players, Jens says that one of the most important things to him, is how the people he listens to work alongside the rhythm sections and the things they are able to do together.

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  • New York Jazz • Jazz Saxophone Instrumental Music • Jazz Standards


    New York Jazz Music from Dr. SaxLove: soft jazz standards with a flavor of the big city. Enjoy!

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    00:00 Why Don’t You Do Right
    04:12 Summertime
    08:01 My Funny Valentine
    14:37 It Had To Be You
    18:38 The Girl From Ipanema
    25:14 The Nearness Of You
    32:04 Harlem Nocturne
    37:32 Straighten Up & Fly Right
    40:54 Barbados
    45:40 Europa
    51:37 Moonlight Serenade
    57:41 Stranger On The Shore


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  • New York Jazz Lounge - Bar Jazz Classics


    Great compilation of relaxing Bar Jazz Classics.
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    01. All of Me (Gerald Marks/Seymor Simons) 00:00
    02. The The A-Train (Billy Streyhorn) 04:30
    03. Al the Things You Are (Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein) 08:15
    04. Satin Doll (Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorne) 11:49
    05. Fly Me to the Moon (Bart Howard) 16:52
    06. Autumn Leaves (Jodeph Kosma/Jacqes Prevert) 21:06
    07. My Romance (Richard Rogers/Lorenz Hart) 26:20
    08. Take Five (Paul Desmonds) 32:05
    09. How High the Moon (William Morgan Lewis/Hancy Hamilton) 35:44
    10. The More I See You (Harry Warren/Mack Gordon) 39:14
    11. Someday My Prince Will Come (Frank Churchill/Larry Morey) 42:58
    12. Don't Mean A Thing (Duke Ellington/Irving Mills) 46:38

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  • Yellowjackets Live at Java Jazz Festival 2016


    Yellowjackets Live at the
    Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival 2016
    Saturday, March 5th - A3 Hall JiExpo Kemayoran
    Jakarta Indonesia.

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  • Top 10 Jazz Fusion Bands


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  • Napalis Full Album Jazz Fusion/Prog Rock


    World class funkified fusionoid moves from this forgotten Dutch unit whose supple and fluid but busy busy busy attack and thematically sharp arrangements give the proceedings a distinct whiff of Italian jazz rock; the adrenalized bits here glancing off the likes of Arti & Mestieri and Etna and the more languid sections having a certain Perigeo and Toni Esposito je ne sais quoi. I'd posit Francois Cahen's post Magma outfit Zao as being an influence here as well, especially the burnished warmth of the work they were issuing contemporaneous with this LP on Kawana.

    1. I'll Smile, Part 1
    2. I'll Smile, Part 2
    3. Napalis
    4. Instant Thing
    5. Roslyn And Mea
    6. Venetian Splash
    7. Harmon
    8. Bitumen En Paragnosten
    9. Insert

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    Napalis is:
    Rob van den Broeck - keyboards, synthesizers
    Michael Samson - guitars
    Dick Vennik - saxophones
    Neppie Noya - congas, percussion
    Leo de Ruiter - drums
    Henny Vonk - bass
    Dick Vennik - flute

    Roy Beltman - producer

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  • Top 40s Covers


    Vibing on some top 40 covers at Ocean Prime with a jazz fusion approach.

    Drums/Vocals: Isaac
    Bass: Benjamin Parker
    Keys: Alain Merville

  • Casiopea - Full Colors


    This is the 1991 Laserdisc, Casiopea: Motion Pictures From Full Colors (PIML-1100). This video features a number of short music videos for a few songs from Casiopea's album Full Colors.


    Chapter List:
    00:00 - FIGHTMAN
    03:37 - Behind The Scenes
    05:10 - PURPLE HOURS
    09:15 - THE SKY
    13:17 - FIGHTMAN -Part2-


    Note that the footage was recorded as widescreen onto the disc which limited the vertical resolution of the picture. The video was cropped for best performance.

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  • Popular Culture Jazz fusion


    Jazz fusion (also known as fusion)[2] is a music genre that developed in the late 1960s when musicians combined jazz harmony and improvisation with rock music, funk, and rhythm and blues. Electric guitars, amplifiers, and keyboards that were popular in rock and roll started to be used by jazz musicians, particularly those who had grown up listening to rock and roll.

    Jazz fusion arrangements vary in complexity. Some employ groove-based vamps fixed to a single key or a single chord with a simple, repeated melody. Others use elaborate chord progressions, unconventional time signatures, or melodies with counter-melodies. These arrangements, whether simple or complex, typically include improvised sections that can vary in length, much like in other forms of jazz.

    As with jazz, jazz fusion employs brass and woodwind instruments such as trumpet and saxophone, but other instruments often substitute for these. A jazz fusion band is less likely to use piano and double bass, and more likely to use electric guitar, synthesizers, and bass guitar.

    The term jazz rock is sometimes used as a synonym for jazz fusion and for music performed by late 1960s and 1970s-era rock bands that added jazz elements to their music. After a decade of popularity during the 1970s, fusion expanded its improvisatory and experimental approaches through the 1980s in parallel with the development of a radio-friendly style called smooth jazz.[3] Experimentation continued in the 1990s and 2000s. Fusion albums, even those that are made by the same group or artist, may include a variety of musical styles. Rather than being a codified musical style, fusion can be viewed as a musical tradition or approach.

  • Night Streets - Cover FREE MUSIC/ TAB Chick Corea Jazz Fusion Style #fusion #jazz #latin #spain


    Night Streets - Paul Devaney Chick Corea Tribute [FREE GUITAR TAB/ SHEET MUSIC]


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    This recording is a tribute to Chick Corea, a master musician and innovator of Jazz and fusion who died on 9th February 2021, at the age of 79. Many of his compositions such as 500 Miles High, Spain, Humpty Dumpty, Windows, Got A Match and Armando’s Rumba have become recognised as modern standards, forming part of the musical education of many musicians across the world.

    Chick Corea started his professional career in the early 60’s, playing with the likes of Art Blakey, Herbie Mann, Mongo Santamaria and Stan Getz and most notably moved onto playing with Miles Davis in the late 60’s. The use of electronic instruments in Davis’s band had a huge influence on him, and which he made great use of in his ground breaking fusion band ‘Return to Forever’, which he formed in 1972 with Stanley Clarke on bass, Airto Moreira on drums and percussion, Flora Purim on vocals and Joe Farrell on saxophone and flute.

    He originally recorded ‘Night Streets’ on the 1976 album ’My Spanish Heart’, which combined influences from Latin music and Jazz fusion. The album features extensive use of classic electronic synthesizers such as the ARP Odyssey, Minimoog, Polymoog and Moog Model 15 modular synthesizer along with the Fender Rhodes and Yamaha Electric Organ, combining them with traditional acoustic instruments like piano, brass section, violin, string quartet, double bass and latin percussion.

    ’Night Streets’ featured the instantly recognisable drumming of Steve Gadd, a musician that Chick Corea would perform and record many albums with during the course of his career. This recording takes inspiration from a live performance of ‘Night Streets’ by the ’The Corea/ Gadd Band’ in Foggia, Italy on 6th November 2017 ( The wonderfully dynamic performance features some incredible improvisation from the band and is a masterclass in interplay between musicians.
    The band are:
    Chick Corea - Keyboards
    Steve Gadd - Drums
    Lionel Loueke - Guitar
    Steve Wilson - Saxophone
    Carlitos del Puerto on bass
    Luisito Quintero - Percussion

  • Summertime. Popular jazz song played on sitar/piano in Indo-Jazz Fusion Style with improvisations.


    'Summertime'. Popular jazz song played possibly the first time ever 'live' this way on sitar and piano in an Indo-Jazz Fusion Style with Improvisations. Sanjeeb Sircar - Sitar, Arunava Chatterjee - Piano. Recorded using two cameras.
    About the song...
    Originally ''Summertime is an aria composed in 1934 by George Gershwin for the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess. The lyrics are by DuBose Heyward, the author of the novel Porgy on which the opera was based, although the song is also co-credited to Ira Gershwin by ASCAP.
    The song soon became a popular and much-recorded jazz standard, described as without doubt ... one of the finest songs the composer ever wrote ... Gershwin's highly evocative writing brilliantly mixes elements of jazz and the song styles of blacks in the southeast United States from the early twentieth century. Composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim has characterized Heyward's lyrics for Summertime and My Man's Gone Now as the best lyrics in the musical theater.
    Source: Wikipedia.



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