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Smooth Modern Jazz

Today’s musical podcast features some of the smooth modern jazz pieces, of which you might even find remixes of evergreen songs of different genres

tracklist
Tainted Love – Gloria Jones
Jazzistic feat. Karen Souza – Personal Jesus
Smokey Bandits – Subway Hustler (Renegades Of Jazz – Remix)
Mop Mop – Mr. Know It All
The Distractions Band – Ain’t No Sunshine/Please Don’t Stop The Music
Chet Baker – Almost blue
Creep – Vintage Postmodern Jukebox ft. Haley Reinhar
Richard Cheese – Down With The Sickness
Mop Mop – Blue Soul
Silje Nergaard – Every Time We Say Goodbye
N’ Jazz – Toxic
The Cooltrane Quartet – Wonderwall
Alice Russell – Heartbreaker

Garba Dance

Garba is a form of dance which originated in the state of Gujarat in India. The name is derived from the Sanskrit term Garbha (“womb”) and Deep (“a small earthenware lamp”). Many traditional garbas are performed around a centrally lit lamp or a picture or statue of the Goddess Shakti. The circular and spiral figures of garba have similarities to other spiritual dances, such as those of Sufi culture (garba being an earlier tradition). Traditionally, it is performed during the nine-day Hindu festival Navaratri Nava = 9,nights). Either the lamp (the Garba Deep) or an image of the Goddess, Durga (also called Amba) is placed in the middle of concentric rings as an object of veneration.

tracklist
Ghoomar
Podina
Mor Bole Re
Chand Chadhyo Gignaar
Chirmi
Rupido To Le Mein
Dholida Dhol Dhimo Vaghad (Gujrati)
Odhani Odhu To
Mele Jaun Chhe (Gujarati)
Banna Re Bagan Mein
Ud Ud Re
Pallo Latake
Thane Kajaliyo Banalyun
Chudi Chamke
Mhari Chudiya
Ital Peetal
Gorband Nakhralo
Rumal
Nakhralo Devariyo
Dhol Dhol Majira
Sagar Pani Bharba
Holiya Mein Ude Re Gulal
Dungar Upar Dungari
Mhara Chhail Bhanwar Ka
Kalyo Kood Padyo
Dohe


Vocals in Modern Jazz

Today’s musical podcast is about jazz, and vocal in jazz, mostly. Featuring Kellylee Evans, Nenna Freelo,, Ella Fitzgerald, and many more….
tracklist
Kellylee Evans – Feeling Good
Dave Brubeck – Take Five
Sophie Milman – No More Blues
 Kellylee Evans – Lose Yourself
 Mop Mop – So High
Toco – Samba Noir
 Nenna Freelon – Better Than
Sophie Milman – So Long, You Fool
 Ella Fitzgerald – All that jazz
 Carmen Lundy – So Beautiful
 Yvonne Sanchez – The Girl
Sophie Milman – Something In The Air Between Us
Kellylee Evans – Ordinary People
Alice Russell – Crazy
 Diana Krall – Just The Way You Are
Lisa Ekdahl – Only You
Yvonne Sanchez – Old Devil Moon
Nnenna Freelon (Stevie Wonder) – Overjoyed
 Sophie Milman – La Vie En Rose
Feel Good, Inc. – Gorillaz Smooth Jazz Tribute
Richard Cheese – Chop Suey

Motown, Soul & Oldies

“Motown” is both a style of music and a label; in fact, no other label (with the possible exception of its grittier ’60s brother, Stax) is more identified with the sound it produced. Although Motown started as a straight R&B label and later moved into genres from Psychedelic Soul to New Jack Swing, “The Motown Sound” as it’s usually understood by fans and historians.Most Motown songs were written on piano and based on a piano riff, although there were occasional ballads that broke the mold (the Temptations’ “My Girl”).


tracklist
The Way You Do the Things You Do – The Temptations
Tears of A Clown – Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
I Can’t Help Myself ( – The Four Tops
It’s All Right – The Impressions
Knock On Wood – Eddie Floyd
Baby Don’t You Go – Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Diana Ross & The Supremes
Soul Man – Sam & Dave
Stop In the Name of Love – Diana Ross & The Supremes
Hold On I’m Comin’ – Sam & Dave
I Got You (I Feel Good) – James Brown
Ain’t No Woman Like the One I’ve Got – The Four Tops
Lonely Teardrops – Jackie Wilson
Reach Out – The Four Tops
I Got the Feelin’ – James Brown
My Girl – The Temptations
What Becomes of The Broken Hearted – Jimmy Ruffin
Nowhere to Run – Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
Where Did Our Love Go – Diana Ross & The Supremes
Neither One of Us – Gladys Knight & The Pips
I Second That Emotion – Smokey Robinson & The Miracless
I Heard It Through The Grapevine – Marvin Gaye
Stand by Me – Ben E. King
I want You Back – Jackson 5
Wonderful World – Sam Cooke
I’ll be There
– Jackson 5

Rippling Waves

Dreamy mix of classical pieces for sunny Sunday afternoon. Featuring .Albeniz, Francisco Tarrega, G.F.Haendel, F.Hiemenz, Debussy…and others.

Shaman's Call

Following musical podcast is a collection of solo flute pieces from Navajo-Ute musician R. Carlos Nakai is an evocative delight. The album consists of mostly original material, from the composition “Canyon Reverie,” to the improvisational “In Media Res,” to “Athabascan Song,” an arrangement of a traditional song. The latter in particular stands out, with a faster rhythm and more lifting melody than most of the other pieces. There’s also “Ancient Dreams,” performed on a bone whistle; the instrument almost exceeds the upper range of human hearing, and Nakai occasionally sounds like he’s imitating bird calls. A classically trained musician, Nakai blends musical traditions to create a whole that reminds one, on occasion, of Japanese shakuhachi music. 

This album best captures the timeless serenity of the solo Native American flute. R. Carlos Nakai’s music speaks to the spirit with a simplicity that transcends place and time. Includes original compositions, traditional Athabascan and Omaha melodies.

Ray Carlos Nakai (a.k.a. R Carlos Nakai ) was born in Flagstaff Arizona on April 16, 1946 and now resides in Tucson, Arizona. He is a Native American of Navajo-Ute heritage who began his musical career as a freshman at Northern Arizona University studying brass instruments.
Nakai says that most of his inspiration comes from the expressions of native communities and his desire to preserve his own Native American heritage. In addition, he likes to blend his native music with that of other cultures thereby helping to preserve their heritage as well.

tracklist
Shaman’s Call
Canyon Reverie
In Media Res
Gateway
Athabascan Song
Coyote Animus
Song Of The Evening Star
Ancient Dreams
Catfish Muse
Star Chant
Aura Aurealis
Crystal Canyon
Omaha Song
Nemi
Earth Spirit

The Divided Island

The island of Hispaniola is divided in two by an invisible line cutting down its central mountain range. On one side is Haiti, the other the Dominican Republic: one colonized by the French, the other by Spain. . It was home to the first–and only–successful slave revolt when Haiti rebelled against France in 1791. For decades, Eurocentric elites in the Dominican Republic have painted Haitians as inferior and threatening. Today, there is an uproar around the issues of Haitian immigration to the D.R., and politicians who are lobbying to build a wall between the two countries.
Despite the conflicts, Dominicans and Haitians are linked by deeply interwoven histories, economies and cultures. The songs are always performed in Haitian Kreyòl and typically celebrate the African ancestry of the Afro-Haïtian masses. Vodou is often implemented through the procession. The genre was imported to the Dominican Republic , where it is known colloquially as Gaga. Follwoing is an unique mix of old, and new songs featuring from Tabou Combo….to Luis Vargas.

tracklist
Papa Legba
Tabou Combo 
Nemours Jean Baptiste 
Fabre Duroseau “Haitian Piano”
Angel Viloria “Bajo El Cerezo”
Various Artists “Los Merengues Favoritos de Trujillo”
Boukman Eksperyans – Papa Legba
Legba, Gangan, Dantor’s food
Gede
Mi Gente – J. Balvin, Willy William – FitDance
Various Artists – Mpoko ka diw bye ” Hommage à Black Alex ”
Danny Ocean – Me Rehúso
Diomedes y El Grupo Mio “Diomedes el Bum Bum del MerengueWilfrido Vargas 
Wilfrido Vargas- Lo Ajeno Se Deja Quieto
Carolina Camacho – Leona
Ogou
Strings – Confirmation
Carolina Camacho – Ninfa de las Aguas
Luis Vargas A Esa Mujer la Borrare
Yoskar Sarante – Guerra de Amor

 

Segue the cello and voice

For the love of cello, enjoy. Yo-Yo Ma is an acclaimed breathtaking cellist the world cannot replace. Bobby McFerrin’s voice and imitational play of instrumental music is one of a kind. Some collaborative works between Bobby and Ma give new life to classical music through the magic tireless voice and cello fusions.

1. Dvorak – Humoresque
2. Bizet – Carmen Habanera – Bobby McFerrin & Aziza Mustafa Zadeh
3. Bobby McFerrin & The Kuumba Singers Circle Song
4. Bobby McFerrin & Bulgarian Voices Angelite Tapan Bie
5. Vivaldi – Concerto for two cellos in g minor – Bobby McFerrin
6. Yo-Yo Ma & Bobby McFerrin
7. Saint Saens – The Swan – Yo-Yo Ma, Kathryn Stott
8. Bach – Cello Suite #1 – Yo-Yo Ma
9. Elgar – Cello Concerto 1st Mvt – Yo -Yo Ma

Enminential Rythmn of Ancestors

In the realm of so called “new age” music Eric Levi with musical project +eRa+ definitely stands out, and fall into many categories from medieval, ethno .. to world music.
Era (styled as +eRa+, acronym for “Enminential Rythmn of the Ancestors”) is a New-Age music project by French composer Eric Levi. They use lyrics (by Guy Protheroe) which, although similar to Greek or Latin, are, in fact, deliberately devoid of any exact meaning. Musically, the project blends Gregorian chants with modern elements and genres, especially rock, pop and electronic music.

tracklist
Prayers
M Mirror
Looking for Something
Thousand Words
Wankatakiya Spirit Magic
Reborn
Omen Sore
Sentence
I Bleive in G
Ave Paternum Deo
Divano
Sinfoni Deo
Madona (victoria frances art)
Abbey Road Blues
Without Horizon.
Tara Shakti Mantra
Mother
Kilimandjaro
After Thousand Words

Mzanzi Beats

Mellow chill music from Mzanzi with Zulu and other languages to fill your ears and mood. Find classic, film, jazz, liberation songs to uplift you. Fly high in musical ecstacy.

1. Yvonne Chaka Chaka – Makoti
2. Steve Kekana – Hlala Nami
3. Bayethe – Shosholoza
4. The Mahotella Queens – Ziphatheni Kahle
5. Letta Mbulu – Mahlalela
6. Zahara – Umthwalo
7. Lumumba – Skorokoro
8. Mahotella Queens – Awuthele Kancane
9. Imithente – Dudula Sodubulana
10. Mbogeni Ngema – Stimela sase zola
11. Izingane Zoma – Udidwa Yini
12. Shaka Zulu theme
13. Hung Masekela – Afro Beat blues

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