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Jazz, Jazz, Jazz#5

Toady’s jazz mix goes really in classic of the genre with some jazz standards, featuring Dave Bubeck, Miles Davis, Horace Silver, Charlie Parker….and others

Miles Davis – Freddie Freeloader
Dave Brubeck – Take Five
Miles Davis -So What
Horace Silver – Song for My Father
John Coltrane – My Favorite Things
Kenny Dorham – Una mas
Art Pepper – You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To
Bud Powell – Collard Greens and Black Eyed Peas
John Coltrane – Naima – John Coltrane
Duke Ellington – Take the a train
Charlie Bird Parker – Yardbird Suite
Thelonious Monk – Straight, No Chaser
John Coltrane – Giant Steps
Lee Morgan-Ceora
Oliver Nelson – Stolen Moments
Charlie Parker- Confirmation
Wynton Kelly Trio (Wes Montgomery) Unit 7

Christmas Angels

CRIPA hosted two musicians who posed as Christmas angels in the form of their divine voices on Friday, the 26th of December.
Three individuals came together to share and recreate their love for music and part it to the world, with Angeline on the vocals and guitar, Jurriangelo on the piano and the clarinetist Paul.
A beautiful piece played with the clarinet in the background completed the charm of the soulful evening at Kalabhumi. The compositions – one mentionably touching called ‘Vulnerable’; were original creations of the artist, and their devotion to their harmonies could be felt in her reverberating voice and his gentle fingertips on the piano board.
The magic of the evening has been recreated in this performance recording by the Auroville Radio, so enjoy it and let it overpower you in the shades of a jazzy dewy winter sunset.

Comments: 1 Date: 27 Dec 2014

Jazz Standards

Fresh Saturday night in the beginning of monsoon, but we were lucky because rain had stopped before the concert started. Gathered audience could listen to some classic jazz songs, sung by Nuria, whos voice is highly trained but more inclined to opera singing, and was accompanied by Matthew on keyboards, Keith on bass and Suresh on drums. The mellow and somehow nostalgic mood of Duke Ellington songs was brightly interrupted by short Suresh solo on drums, which earned him laud applause from the audience.

Comments: 0 Date: 30 Oct 2010
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