Posts Tagged: Mellow

/ Jazz

Meeting By Chance – Inside Out [Interview]

Gentle, touchy, dreamy, sensitive, sounds like love. Rhythmically it’s very cool and easy, especially by it’s tempo, characterized by acoustical drum kit with an accent at jazz ride. Highly detailed production and skilled sound design by the artist perfectly swims in

/ Jazz

Meeting By Chance – Inside Out [Interview]

Gentle, touchy, dreamy, sensitive, sounds like love. Rhythmically it’s very cool and easy, especially by it’s tempo, characterized by acoustical drum kit with an accent at jazz ride. Highly detailed production and skilled sound design by the artist perfectly swims in

Darryl Reeves – Mercury

Spaced out, soulful, broken but groovy, with a strong influences of Herbie Hancock and Sun Ra musics. Still, pretty innovative in many ways! Very modern sound production that is amazingly tight in it’s colorful stereo image is definitely the first thing to

Darryl Reeves – Mercury

Spaced out, soulful, broken but groovy, with a strong influences of Herbie Hancock and Sun Ra musics. Still, pretty innovative in many ways! Very modern sound production that is amazingly tight in it’s colorful stereo image is definitely the first thing to

TM Juke – Maps From The Wilderness

It’s a mellow thing plated with beautiful singing by Alice Russel and sampled jazz records from 50s. The debut album by TM Juke, released in 2003 for Tru Thoughts record label, could be classified as a nu soul/funk release. Music filled with

TM Juke – Maps From The Wilderness

It’s a mellow thing plated with beautiful singing by Alice Russel and sampled jazz records from 50s. The debut album by TM Juke, released in 2003 for Tru Thoughts record label, could be classified as a nu soul/funk release. Music filled with

/ Jazz

Flanger – Midnight Sound

Different, jazz-tronical, futuristic and noisy, still very warm and mellow in a jazz manner. It completely fits my Jazz category, but it’s certainly not an album for jazz purists. The duo of programmer/musicians associated with the Cologne, Germany, experimental scene, Burnt Friedman and Atom

/ Jazz

Flanger – Midnight Sound

Different, jazz-tronical, futuristic and noisy, still very warm and mellow in a jazz manner. It completely fits my Jazz category, but it’s certainly not an album for jazz purists. The duo of programmer/musicians associated with the Cologne, Germany, experimental scene, Burnt Friedman and Atom

/ Soul

Bobby Womack – Facts Of Life

Facts of Life arguably isn’t his greatest release, but certainly one my favorites. Album is released in 1973 for United Artists Records as the follow-up to the 1972 classic Communication. Womack is known for his often uncomfortably real takes on love, life,

/ Soul

Bobby Womack – Facts Of Life

Facts of Life arguably isn’t his greatest release, but certainly one my favorites. Album is released in 1973 for United Artists Records as the follow-up to the 1972 classic Communication. Womack is known for his often uncomfortably real takes on love, life,

/ Jazz

Miles Davis – Kind Of Blue

As was Miles Davis’s penchant, he called for almost no rehearsal and the musicians had little idea what they were to record. As described in the original liner notes by pianist Bill Evans, Davis had only given the band sketches

/ Jazz

Miles Davis – Kind Of Blue

As was Miles Davis’s penchant, he called for almost no rehearsal and the musicians had little idea what they were to record. As described in the original liner notes by pianist Bill Evans, Davis had only given the band sketches