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Ben Webster – Ill Wind

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Perfect sorta late afternoon / sunset kinda vibe:

Ben Webster – Ill Wind

Soulville, 1957

(Also found on the compilation album “Ultimate Ben Webster”)


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October 13, 2010 at 9:09 pm

Guru feat. Donald Byrd – Loungin’

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my tune for today; mindset & vibe:

Guru feat. Donald Byrd – Loungin’

Jazzmatazz Volume 1

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October 12, 2010 at 1:14 pm

Maximillian Lopp – Free Your Mind

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stumbled across this one, totallllllly lurve it and yes, while it shares the title with another totally badass song, I think this one is quite appropriate given it’s a Saturday morning music binge:

Maximillian Lopp – Free Your Mind

Blackfish Productions


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September 19, 2010 at 1:36 pm

Bebel Gilberto – Samba da Benção

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Oldie but always goodie, this track will remain on my Top list for years on end…

Bebel Gilberto – Samba da Benção

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August 12, 2010 at 6:26 pm

Seu Jorge – Rebel Rebel (David Bowie Cover)

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I have always loved Seu Jorge, and the Life Aquatic Studio Sessions freaking rock!!

Clip from the movie:

Off the Studio Sessions:

Seu Jorge – Rebel Rebel (David Bowie Cover)
Life Aquatic Studio Sessions

*I need to learn Portuguese.  Oh and BTW, Seu Jorge & Almaz are playing 9:30 Club, DC on 27 July 2010; tickets are $25 a pop.

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June 27, 2010 at 8:19 pm

Jazzanova – L.O.V.E and You and I

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Late Sunday afternoon vibes… ahhh

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May 23, 2010 at 8:29 pm

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4/20 beat numero deux: Coleman Hawkins & Ben Webster – Tangerine (1957)

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It’s midnight on April 20th.  Happy Holidays to you friends, Happy Birthday to me, then and have ye a great day all in one and one in all.  Perfect for burning the midnight oil under dimly light lights with sunflowers & bottles of wine to keep you company.  Late night jazz.  One of a kind, a distinct genre and probably one of the top five reasons I am most often sleep-deprived.

Cheers and have a good one; to all ye breaking bread, a moment of silence for the higher powers that be & sending the warmest vibes.  Bless.

Coleman Hawkins & Ben Webster – Tangerine

Coleman Hawins Encounters Ben Webster, 1957

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April 20, 2010 at 4:32 am

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