Thursday 29 September 2016

'#bluenoteremixed vol.1' by Mark de Clive-Lowe

Mark de Clive-Lowe brings his unique style of jazz, nu-soul and house to the glorious catalogue of Blue Note Records with an improvised live remix mixtape reinterpreting classics by Herbie Hancock, John Coltrane, Donald Byrd and Duke Ellington.

Along for the ride are rappers Bambu, John Robinson and Illa J as well as frequent collaborator Nia Andrews and bass legend Pino Palladino.

This awesome project is even available as a free download so click the below link and bask in its glory:
'Koko and Lee Roe' - Gene Harris
'Pot Belly' - Lou Donaldson (f/t Bambu)
'Tidal Wave' - Ronnie Laws
'Blacks and Blues' - Bobbi Humphrey
'Oliloqui Valley' - Herbie Hancock (f/t Pino Palladino)
'Flow' - Terence Blanchard
'It’s Your Thing' - Lou Donaldson (f/t John Robinson)
'A Night In Tunisia' - Sonny Rollins
'Black' - Joe Henderson (f/t Illa J)
'Blue Train' - John Coltrane
'Autumn Leaves' - Cannonball Adderley
'Basheer’s Dream' - Kenny Dorham
'Mode for Joe' - Joe Henderson (f/t John Robinson)
'Slop Jar Blues' - Donald Byrd
'Mystic Brew' - Ronnie Foster (f/t Nia Andrews)
'Oblighetto' - Brother Jack McDuff
'Short Story' - Joe Henderson (f/t Nomad Pendergrass)
'Free For All' - Art Blakey
'Caravan' - Duke Ellington
'Zoltan' - Larry Young (f/t Nomad Pendergrass)
'Three Way Split' - Hank Mobley
'Carribean Fire Dance' - Joe Henderson
'Jack Rabbit' - Herbie Hancock

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