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Jazz, Jazz, Jazz #2

Another selection of jazz classics, featuring Toots Thielemans , Chet Baker, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaugh, Thelonious Monk amongst others.

tracklist
Chris Connor – I Get a Kick Out of You
Tommy Flanagan – Willow Weep for Me
Toots Thielemans – I Loves You Porgy
Chet Baker – These Foolish Things
Billie Holiday – Body and Soul
Hank Jones – Have You Met Miss Jones ?
Nancy Wilson – The Nearness of You –
Jimmy Raney – Stella By Starlight
Jim Hall – Skylark
The Andrews Sisters – In the Mood
The Double Six – Tickle Toe
George Shearing – East of the Sun
Sarah Vaughan – Pennies from Haven
John Lewis & Bill Perkins – I Should Care
Mundell Lowe – Speak Low
Thelonious Monk – Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Manny Albam – Diga Diga Doo
Bob Derough – Polka Dots and Moonbeams
The Cats & The Fiddle – I Miss You So
Carmen McRae – Exactly Like You

Unified Frequency

In essence, everything in the world is made up of energy. We are all constantly vibrating masses of microscopic particles that are always in motion. Every object, person and organ has a healthy vibration rate called resonance. If that vibration is out of resonance, disease results. These imbalances can be treated with frequencies….

The human body is a symphony of sounds. Every chakra, every organ, every bone, every tissue, every cell has its own resonant frequency, its own sound. Together, they create a unified or composite frequency, with its own sound, like the instruments of an orchestra coming together.

the soundtrack offers Gregorian chants .from different corners, as an example of traditional frequency healers…

Frequencies, Miracle of 528Hz

With following piece we are starting a podcast on Frequencies, and Healing Frequencies with the note that everything is vibration. From the electrons spinning around the nucleus of an atom, to the planets spinning around suns in the galaxy, everything is in movement. Everything is in vibration a frequency.
Every object has a natural vibratory rate. This is called it’s resonance. One of the basis principles of using frequency as a transformative and healing modality is to understand the idea that part of the body is in a state of vibration. Every organ, every bone, every tissue, every system–all are in a state of vibration.

“You are a digital, bioholographic, precipitation, crystallization, miraculous manifestation, of Divine frequency vibrations, forming harmonically in hydro-space.”
Dr. Leonard Horowitz, author, investigator and speaker

Math scientist Victor Showell describes 528 as fundamental to the ancient Pi, Phi, and the Golden Mean evident throughout natural design. Vic Showell and John Stuart Reid (a pioneer in acoustic research and cymatic measurements) have proven that 528 is essential to the sacred geometry of circles and spirals consistent with DNA structuring and hydrosonic restructuring.

According to Dr. Leonard Horowitz, more than any sound previously discovered, the solfeggio 528hz “LOVE frequency” resonates at the heart of everything. It connects your heart, your spiritual essence, to the spiraling reality of heaven and earth
Extraordinary 528Hz Miracle Love Tone and DNA Repair Frequency


Comments: 0 Date: 03 Nov 2017

Jazz, Jazz, Jazz

For the middle of the week – absolute classics of jazz, featuring Dave Brubeck, Artie Shaw, Stan Getz, Lester Young….and more

tracklist
Dave Brubeck -Take Five
Lester Young & Teddy Wilson – Love or leave me
Bill Evans – Waltz for Debby
Stan Get – I’ve got you under my skin
Modern Jazz Quartet -Django
Lester Young – Almost like being in love
Lester Young & Oscar Peterson -I’m
confesing that I love you
Gerry Mulligan – Walking Shoes
Coleman Hawkins – Body and Soul
Charles Mingus – Slop
Ahmand Jamal – But not for me
Ben Webster – Prelude to a kiss
Artie Shaw – Stardust
Sindey Bechet – Petite Fleur
Satn Get – This foolish things
John Coltraine – Blue Train

Underwater Paradise

For a rainy monsoon day we are featuring some smooth, groovy jazz pieces… spiced with some dancing beats.
tracklist
Darren Motamedy – Love You Just So Much
Darren Motamedy – Nah Nah Nah
Konstantin Klashtorni – Morning Song
Carl Stanley – Prelude To Love
Carl Stanley ft. Gianna – Love
Carl Stanley ft. Gianna – Hold Me Close
Streetwize – Pullin’ Me Back
Carmen Rodgers – Just Believe
Mark Allen Felton ft. Makeda – Do It
Mark Harper – More Of You
Queen AaMinah – Went Me To Stay
Julia Huff – Who’s Gonna Hold Me Now?
Eddie Caldwell – Underwater Paradise
Michael Vince – After Hours
Michael Vince – Slow & Easy
Al Gomez – Erica
Yvonne J – Hold On To Love
Carl Stanley – Indigo Sky
Carl Stanley – Introlude
Carl Stanley – Postlude
Rod Williams – A Song For Karen

Five Twenty One Equals Eight

In today’s music edition we continue with free and avantgarde jazz – Roscoe Mitchell as one of the key figures in the genre, and Antohony Braxton who’s music is difficult to categorize, and because of this, he likes to refer to his works (and the works of his collaborators and students) as simply “creative music”. He has claimed in numerous interviews that he is not a jazz musician, though many of his works have been jazz and improvisation oriented, and he has released many albums of jazz standards.

tracklist
Roscoe Mitchell (with Anthony Braxton) – Composition One (40Q) 1978
Roscoe Mitchell (with Anthony Braxton – Five Twenty One Equals Eight
Rosoce Mitchell & Kikanju Baku
lyv
Roscoe Mitchell / Marco Zurzolo / Famoudou Don Moye Quintet “OM”
Roscoe Mitchell & The Note Factory “Step One, Two, Three”
Roscoe Mitchell Quartet – Tnoona
Roscoe Mitchell Sextet – Ornette
The Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble – Tatas-Matoes
Art Ensemble Of Chicago – Theme de Yoyo
Max Roach & Anthony Braxton – Birth
The Art Ensemble of Chicago – Nonaah
Anthony Braxton Quartet: Ju-Ju (W. Shorter)

Jazz Lounge – Body and Soul

In today’s musical podcast we are featuring some jazz, rock, r&b, soul…. standards, rendered in an softer “lounge” jazz version

tracklist
Sunny (Hebb)
Satin Doll (Rodgers/Heart)
Wave (Jobim)
Summertime (George Gershwin)
Moon River (Mancini/Mercer)
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (Stevie Wonder)
Michelle (Lennon/Cartney)
Killing Me Softly (Fox/Gimbel)
All Of Me (Marks/Somons)
Just The Two Of Us (Donald/William/Withers)
As Time Goes By (Hupfeld)
In A Sentimental Mood (Ellington/Kurz)
Desafinado (Jobim/Mendonca)
Take The A-Train (Warren/Gordon)
Body and Soul (Green)
All The Things You Are (Marks/Somons)
One Note Samba (Jobim/Mendonca)
Misty (Garner/Burke)
Round Midnight (Monk)
Corcovado (Jobim)
Bei
mir biste scheen‘ (Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin)
How Insensitive (Jobim/Moraes)

Tribute to Carlos Santana

In musical circles Santana is well know on his virtuosity on guitar and numerous collaborations from jazz, rock, and latin music while creating his own unique style.
Born July 20, 1947) is a Mexican and American musician who first became famous in the late 1960s and early 1970s with his band, Santana, which pioneered a fusion of rock and Latin American music. He experienced a resurgence of popularity and critical acclaim in the late 1990s. In 2003 Rolling Stone magazine listed Santana at number 20 on their list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. He has won 10 Grammy Awards and three Latin Grammy Awards.
Today we are featuring just few of his huge opus

tracklist
Carlos Santana Oneness , Silver dreams golden smiles
Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin – Naima
John Lee Hooker, Carlos Santana and Etta James – Blues Boogie Jam
George Benson & Carlos Santana – Breezin’
Carlos Santana (Gardenia)Smooth Jazz
CarlosSantana – Luz, Amor Y Vida
Carlos Santana – Margarita ft. Romeo Santos
Carlos Santana Feat. Dave Matthews – Love of My Life
Carlos Santana Africa Bamba
Carlos Santana Black Magic Woman Alicia Keys
Carlos Santana – El Nicoya
Carlos Santana – Corazon Espinado ft. Mana
Carlos Santana – Maria Maria ft. The Product G&B
Carlos Santana Feat Feat Lauryn Hill & Cee-Lo – Do You Like The Way
Carlos Santana ft Sade Adu – Why Can’t We Live Together
Carlos Santana – Indy ft. Miguel
Carlos Santana – Why Don’t You & I ft. Alex Band
Santana – La Flaca ft. Juanes
Santana – Cry Baby Cry ft. Sean Paul, Joss Stone

Left Alone

An eclectic mix of contemporary or free jazz, featuring known names such as John Coltrane, Max Roach, Archie Sheep, Bud Powell, Clifford Brown

Faded Pictures

Dreaming mix for a dull, cloudy day with some soul, r&b beats, featuring amongst others Jill Scott, N’Dambi, Will Downing, Amel Larrieux, The Roots….

tracklist
The Foreign Exchange – I Wanna Know
The Internet – Girl (feat. KAYTRANADA)
Vikter Duplaix – Nothing Like Your Touch
Dalminjo – Departure Lounge
Phonte & Eric Roberson – Never the Same Smile
N ‘Dambi – Rain (Original)
9th Wonder – Ways I Love
The S.O.S. Band – Tell Me If You Still Care
Jill Scott – Honey Molasses
Will Downing – Satisfy You
Amel Larrieux – We Can Be New
Gramatik – Don’t You Know
Angie Stone – Pop Pop
Case & Joe – Faded Pictures
Pharoahe Monch -So Good (Explicit)
Sade – By Your Side (Neptunes Remix)
Jesse Boykins III – Amorous
Chrisette Michele – Love Is You
The Roots – The Notic (Live)
Jeff Bradshaw – On My Way
Jill Scott – Beautiful Love (feat. BJ the Chicago Kid)

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