I don't think I've ever posted this, but it's actually perhaps the second or third record I ever bought on Impulse, and it was before I was really much of a heavy collector. I just had a few records and liked Trane's later exploratory jazz, so I snagged it. It feels good to revisit. Of course, it was not properly released until 6 years after it was recorded, and 4 years after Trane's tragic and sudden death. It is a testament to his amazing talent that not only was so much of his material released posthumously to as much critical acclaim as his proper studio work, but that these things are STILL being released. We've had new releases from Trane most of the last few years, even 52 years on. This one is in a group with almost all of the quartet records after "A Love Supreme", in that there is a yearning openness to the melodic choices, there are extended bass solos, and that the line between planned and improvised sections barely exists. To understand how this music was created in the moment is to understand an enigma.
O sapateado vai além da dança: ele proporciona benefícios para a saúde e o bem-estar, melhora a coordenação motora, desenvolve o tônus muscular, a musicalidade e o ritmo.
Por ser realizado em grupo e com música, o sapateado é uma atividade lúdica e muito divertida.
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"It's definitely nice to relax to, but it has a different type of vibe. You can listen to jazz if you're cleaning the house or if you're getting ready for work or school. It relates to all different types of vibes." - Cameron, North Indy
Finally some quality time to enjoy this fantastic new release from the creative and experimental label RR Gems. Brahja is the latest one and it definitely doesn’t disappoint.
On contrary this is quite a experience and cosmic jazz ride made for modern age. It has incredible spiritual jazz foundation and captivating mellow free vibe with abstract passages where Sun Ra meets Matthew Hallsal’s Gondwana Orchestra. Through entire album you can hear chock full of tiny elements and details that keeps you wanting to listen for more and more. These small nuances that are popping out everywhere, immediately take me to my first experience with Marion Brown’s Afternoon Of A Georgia Faun. I re-listened to that album hundreds of times and still today can hear new details. Devin Waldmans playing is very soothing experience. Listening to him playing, I instantly get this feeling of satisfaction. I could listen to his sax 24/7. So good. Very energetic but still in the realm of albums spiritual style. It never gets boring, instead additions of chanting and vocals takes Brahja to deep spiritual waters where it stays and does a phenomenal job.
Tuesday, September 17th, 11:30
Itai Kriss & Gato Gordo
Grammy-nominated flutist Itai Kriss leads a stellar group made up of the best cuban and latin musicians in the New York scene in a show featuring beloved Cuban classics along with original songs by lead singer Manuel Alejandro Carro, set in diverse rhythms which represent the rich traditions of cuban music and include the Guaracha, Bolero, Chá Chá Chá, Danzón, Timba, Salsa and Guajira. Come experience the tropical beat of the “Cubana Special” tonight at the Django, as the sounds and flavors of Cuba come to life. They take over the stage at 11:30 tonight, Doors at 11:15!
At @tonara_music we can come up with many reasons to start playing guitar, but here are 10 main ones!
1. Simply plugging in your guitar, playing it, and listening to the music you’re creating can make you feel good—orgasmically so. According to a neuroscientific study hearing music triggers the release of dopamine in the brain, the same chemical that’s released during sex.
2. A dual study found that stress can be reduced on a genomic level by playing an instrument.
3. It’s not about competition
You play guitar because you love it. You can learn or be inspired by someone who is amazing but there is no reason you should compete or need to be as good as. Create your own style. That is what makes a real musician.
4. If you play the guitar—or any musical instrument, for that matter—you’re more likely to have sharper brain function, which can help guard against mental decline in the future. Open a songbook and study up.
5. Researchers found that patients who practiced music for more than 100 minutes a day showed a significant drop in blood pressure and a lower heart rate than those who didn’t. Three of the test subjects? Guitarists.
Guitar playing is a great way to interact and get to know different kinds of people😉
6. Music is emotion
A lot of famous guitar players are not that technical but are brilliant creators. So you don’t have to be an amazing guitar player to play beautiful music. While there is nothing wrong with being a good technical guitar player, in fact it is in your advantage to develop a good technique… in the end you have to move people with your music.
8. Your guitar could help you earn the big bucks: Researchers found that musicians who picked up an instrument at an early age had a better chance of launching successful invention.
9. According to a Cambridge University study, musicians continue being creative even when they’re not playing their instruments.
10. Oftentimes, guitarists record their sessions. But bring your recordings to the gym and you might see a physical benefit: Scientists found that music actually made exercising less exhausting for study participants.
When we speak about American modernist jeweler Art Smith, it’s always about rhythm, movement, dance... and jazz
He was avid about Duke Ellington. If a book was ever published about him, Arthur bought it. And read it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ Brass earrings, 1948. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀—————————————————————— Когда мы говорим об американском ювелире Артуре Смите, то речь всегда о ритме, движении, танце и... джазе.
Он обожал Дюка Эллингтона. Как только выходила книга о нем, Артур не покупал и прочитывал от корки до корки.