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Posts Tagged ‘jazz’

Horizon

Featuring some of smooth jazz tracks

tracklist
Paul Taylor – Horizon
Bob James & David Sanborn – Maputo
Jeffery Smith – Perspectives
Al Jarreau – We’re In This Love Together
Nils – Catalina
George Duke – No Ryhme no Reason
Brian Culbertson – The Secret Garden
Mike Gill – Forever in Love
Richard Marx feat Toni Braxton – Suddenly
Yellowjackets – Daddy’s Gonna Miss You
Randy Crawford & Joe Sample – Rio De Janeiro Blue
Bob James – Angels Theme- The Invention Of Love
Earl Klugh – Midnight In San Juan
David Sanborn – The Dream . . .
Eastbound – Fourplay
Sam Riney – Let Me Into Your Heart
Boney James – Nothing But Love

Jazz Night at Bharat Nivas

On Sunday the 16th of April 2017 a group of musicians performed some nice versions of old classics such as “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”, “What a Wonderful World”, “Feeling Good” and many more along with some of Rolf’s original instrumental compositions.

Vera -Vocals
Matt – Sax
Jurriaan – Piano
Mishko – Bass
Sreenath – Drums
Rolf – Guitar

Jazz #3

Featuring jazz standards of some great names of jazz … .free jazz

tracklist
Chet Baker – Time After Time
Dizzy Gillespie – Con Alma
Eric Dolphy – God bless the child
John Coltrane – Equinox
Ornette Coleman – Blues Connotation
Archie Shepp Quartet – The Thrill is gone (R.Henderson)
Thelonious Monk Quartet – Blue Monk
Archie Shepp – Mama Rose
Miles Davis – Boplicity
Charles Mingus – Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
Albert Ayler – Goin’ home
Alice Coltrane – Wisdom Eye
Pharoah Sanders – Astral Travelling

Summer Jazz with Jazz Night

We hosted Vera and Juriaan in our studio, and they came with an invitation to Sunday 16th of April Jazz Concert – “Jazz Nigth” at Bharat Nivas Auditorium. Apart from Vera and Juriaan we will listen as well Matt, Mishko, Rolf and Sreenath , playing some of the original compositions along with some jazz standards. And as Vera promised there will be some light Latino jazz songs to swing us into the summer.
p.s. the soundtrack is from their rehearsal at Kalabhumi studio


Comments: 0 Date: 11 Apr 2017

Violin in Jazz

Whilst no-one questions the position of the fiddler in any kind of folk band, the jazz violinist constantly has to justify himself in the face of sceptics who believe that they should stick to either Bach or barndances. The violin is still not widely seen as being a natural instrument for swing, despite a history going back to the early days of Jazz.
We are featuring some of great jazz violin players starting with Joe Venuti, Stuff Smith, Ray Nance, Stephane Grappelli, Billy Bang, Jean-Luc Ponty, Regina Carter….

tracklist
Joe Venuti – Sweet Lorraine rare
Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang – I’ve Found a New Baby
Ray Nance – Come Sunday
Regina Carter – Kothbiro
Billy Bang – All Blues
Stephane Grappelli – Souvenir de Vilingen
Django Reinhardt, Stephane Grappelli – I Saw Stars (1934)
Michel Petrucciani, Stéphane Grappelli – Flamingo
Maner-Phillips– Angles Of Repose Number One
Regina Carter – Pavane
Billy Bang – Doi Moi
Zach Brock – Common Ground
Christian Howes with Robben Ford – Groove Merchant
Jean-Luc Ponty, Stephane Grappelli, & Stuff Smith – This Can’t Be Love

Keith Jarret Tribute

Keith Jarrett , an American jazz and classical music pianist, who started his career with Art Blakey, moving on to play with Charles Lloyd and Miles Davis. Since the early 1970s he has enjoyed a great deal of success as a group leader and a solo performer in jazz, jazz fusion, and classical music. His improvisations draw from the traditions of jazz and other genres, especially Western classical music, gospel, blues, and ethnic folk music.

We are featuring just a glimpse of huge Keith Jarret opus

tracklist
Keith Jarrett – Prayer (1974)
Keith Jarret – Expectations
Keith Jarrett & Jan Garbarek – Questar
Keith Jarrett & Jan Garbarek – Tabarka
Keith Jarrett & Jan Garbarek – Country
Keith Jarrett The rich and the poor
Keith Jarrett – Le Mistral
Keith Jarrett – De Drums
Keith Jarrett – Common Mama
Keith Jarret -The Magician In You
Keith Jarrett – Radiance Part VIII
Keith Jarrett
trio- Blame it on my youth
Keith Jarrett & Charlie Haden – One Day I’ll Fly Away

Jazz, Jazz, Jazz

Featuring some of well known jazz musicians

tracklist
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messemgers, When Love Is New
Cal Tjader Soul Bird tin tin
Bobby Hutcherson – Maiden Voyage
Charles Mingus – Better Git It In Your Soul
Herbie Hancock, King Cobra
The Horace Silver Quintet – The African Queen
Freddie Hubbard – Open Sesame
Dexter Gordon – The Panther
Kenny Garrett – Sing A Song of Song
Bobby Hutcherson – Patterns
Kenny Garret African Exchange

CAT12, Tango, Horses

Friday, March 10th 4 pm at Unity Pavilion CAT 12 on Progressive Integral Economy by Yves, Micheal and the lotus group – They offer us a proposal :
A Progressive Integral Economy “Pour Tous”

GM on 16th of March at Unity Pavilion at 4:30 PM on proposal of TDC restructuring.

Within lectures at Universtiy of Human Unity at Unity Pavilion in March on Thrusdays at 7.30pm – A Series of Four Lectures About Man’s Place in the Universe by Prof. Sehdev Kumar
 Session #1: Thursday, March 9th : “What is so unique about Human presence in the Universe?”

PONDICHERRY EQUESTRIAN CHALLENGE (PEC) 2017 at Red Eart Ridding School 9-12 March

On Saturday 11th at Solitude Farm Rotem Sivam Trio

Auroville Holi Tango Fescival from 8th to 12th of March at SAWCHU, Bharat Nnivas, Pavilion of India, International Zone.

On Saturday , March 11th at 4pm at Visitor Center book shop Just Imagine…Auroville children book release

Mobility –The Working Committee had circulated a survey to the community on the topic of Public Mobility for Auroville.

Shake off all narrowness, selfishness, limitations, and wake up to the consciousness of Human Unity. This is the only way to achieve peace and harmony.

The Mother, May 1955

The Jaco Pastorius Tribute Band

An incredible performance has been played at Solitude Farm by the Jaco Pastorius Tribute Band with Mishko M’Ba electric bass, Suresh Bascara drums, Matt Littlewood sax and Aman Mahajan keys.


Comments: 0 Date: 06 Feb 2017

The Funky Side of Life

The 3rd International Potter’s Market ended on 28th January at the Visitor’s Centre with the enjoyable concert of “The Funky Side of Life”, a band composed by two vocalists Vera and Swaha, Matt at sax, Dhani guitars and vocals, Shakti piano and vocals, Sep at drums and Rolf at Bass. More than one hour of good music, well played classic jazz hits and original songs.


Comments: 0 Date: 04 Feb 2017
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