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Jazzy Moments To Chill For

Jazzy Moments To Chill For

Playing tracks by

Pharoah Sanders, Santana, WEATHER REPORT, Bugge Wesseltoft , Herbie Hancock and more.

This is a sit back, relax and drift off into a sublime world of jazzed up loveliness kind of session - strictly deep, vocal free, late night instrumentals only. A cherry picked selection spanning 4 amazing decades of music making by some incredible artists is brought together into one beautiful hour's worth of listening.

Download available at http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?x53sfuabgrr4trc

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Comments

mastakaspa

listeners who enjoyed this mix also will enjoy that:
http://www.mixcloud.com/Masterosos/jazz-transgressions-mix/
:)

Marc Fox
Marc Fox

great selection-many thanks-astral travelling started and i thought i was listening to the first song on caravanserai

Capricorn Productions

Thanks for the nice comments:))))

Matthew Foord

Quite simply beautiful. Good mixture of old and new stuff...hats off for Santana and grand to hear the underrated Heights of Abraham...Miles and then finishing off with the Mighty Global Communication mix of Natural High...bravo :-)))

Bob Osborne -  Radio Shows

Thanks for the follow.....nice to see some Bugge being played

Capricorn Productions

Thanks once again - yeah this one had been crying out to be done for a while now. Too many good oldies and newer classics to squeeze in but this is the shortlist I came up with. As you say, there's little difference between the old and new as long as the quality is there. I look forward to your 'ambient jazz mix'. I recently used a Lonnie Smith track, 'Afrodesia' on a funk cloudcast - a real mindtrip of a track if you don't know it. Cheers for now.
http://www.mixcloud.com/PhilipRiordan/original-funk-essentials-session-01/

Cityzenkane

You beat me to it, my next mix is going to be an ambient jazz mix. some classic tunes here. Fila Brazilia and of course the amazing and soooo soothing natural high. Perhaps a touch of Lonnie Liston Smith would have gone down well, I suspect thats him though on the Pharoah Sanders track. A truly great mix here fusing the old with the new, high lighting thats theres little difference between the two.

A must listen!!