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    Mat, I liked your Dutch track.
    I will list some of the names from Spotify to see if they are a true reflection of your own know how.

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    As promised Mat;
    Adam Malowicz; Eva Bem; Polish Jazz Quartet; Czeslaw "Mali" Bartkowski; Jerzy Milian Trio;
    Krzysztof Sadowski; Jarek Smiatana; Lopatowski Bros;Mikal Urbeniak; Big Band Katowice.

    All names from Spotify but I havent listened to much yet.

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    Hey John,

    These are top-shelf jazz musicans. In fact, I think I've posted some vids of Milian and Sadowski before.

    I'm sure you'll enjoy listening to them.
    Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.
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    Just want to share jazz of Philippines by Charmaine Clamor.





    Lahat ng Araw ( Charmaine Clamor)

    Sa bawat sandali tayo ay magkapiling (Every single moment that we're together)
    Sa bawat lunggati pakinggan ang hiling (Every single hope is to hear my desire)
    Ang puso ko't budhi ay hindi sinungaling (My heart and soul are telling the truth)
    Sana ay ulinigin damdamin ko, giliw-- (Please hear my feelings for you my dear)
    Asahan, pangarap nitong buhay (Count on it, my life's dream)
    Lahat ng araw kita'y mamahalin (Is to love you all of my days)
    Iwasan ang iyong alinlangan
    ¨Lahat ng araw kita'y mamahalin. (Remove all your doubts; I will love you all of my days)
    Sa labi ng imbing kamatayan
    ¨Itangi yaring pagmamahal (Even on the brink of death my love for you will prevail)
    *Tulutang magtapat sa 'yo hirang
    ¨Lahat ng araw kita'y mamahalin. (Allow me to express my sentiment: I will love you all of my days)
    Last edited by jazzlover; Dec-01-2011 at 07:29.

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    That's some soulful and skillful playing. Are you sure he's from Finnland, though? I've browsed through his other vids and under one of them I saw his replies to people's comments. From what he wrote under this clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBM9rt9Lydo&, seems like he might be Hungarian?
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsBhF...eature=related
    argentinian gato barbieri playing the john coltrane classic equinox.dont know what steve will make of this. gord

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat View Post
    That's some soulful and skillful playing. Are you sure he's from Finnland, though? I've browsed through his other vids and under one of them I saw his replies to people's comments. From what he wrote under this clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBM9rt9Lydo&, seems like he might be Hungarian?
    Hi mat, I think the spiel below this track proves Finnish origin http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4HqS...yer_detailpage

    Incidentally I dont like this track as much.

    Back again Mat,
    I've just realised that the track I introduced as by Marzi Nyman is really by someone named David Homola (playing music by Nyman).
    (Yes , you have every right to think I'm stupid - old age is my only excuse).
    However I feel I can properly describe the above track as Finnish

    Cheers John
    Last edited by OLDUDE; Dec-03-2011 at 19:00.

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    Don't be so hard on yourself, John. Everyone's allowed to make ONE mistake

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-17LxR4rRLU
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat View Post
    Don't be so hard on yourself, John. Everyone's allowed to make ONE mistake

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-17LxR4rRLU
    But what if they are mounting up to say 21?

    Incidentally I really rate your P.J.Quartet track. I hope I can find some of the excellent Polish jazz you have promoted at a reasonable price - I'm off to Amazon looking for downloads.

    Cheers John


    PS here is some Brazilian music you led me to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmaf6...yer_detailpage
    Last edited by OLDUDE; Dec-04-2011 at 20:04.

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    John, I'd be curious to know - what style would you say that Elias track is in?

    Here's something that might be posted your "recent jazz" thread as well:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGasDH7aQcQ
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    Hi Mat,
    Answering your 1st Question - I believe it to be beautiful, individually styled, jazz piano of the highest quality and I could listen
    to her all day playing such.
    However I really like her voice and on the whole she concentrates on that aspect, with piano solos as a fill-in, and the theme often being
    Bossa Nova style because of her background.
    I expect to buy her CD "Dreamer" sometime soon. Sample - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxKet...yer_detailpage
    Thank you for giving me this great lead.

    Your 2nd point - I reserve judgement - I am not a fan of male jazz singers , and anyway, is this jazz? I leave it to you to enter him for the "recent jazz thread" if you wish.
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    Hello John,

    To be honest, my opinion after having listened to a couple of her tracks is that I miss more up-beat tunes, like the one I posted here. But then again, I've really only listened to a few clips on Youtube. And based on these clips, I have to say I prefer her playing (not that the singing is bad; it's just not as good).

    Quote Originally Posted by OLDUDE View Post
    Your 2nd point - I reserve judgement - I am not a fan of male jazz singers , and anyway, is this jazz? I leave it to you to enter him for the "recent jazz thread" if you wish.
    Somehow I knew you wouldn't like this track (even if you didn't clearly state it), but I hope Teddy will give it a listen, as it inculdes a decent soprano sax solo.
    Last edited by Mat; Dec-07-2011 at 01:29.
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    OK Mat I agree that her piano is superb and I would love to hear more of it.
    Eliane Elias plays Jobim is excellent on Spotify (which you unfortunately cant get).
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EFt6...yer_detailpage
    Mat, See my response to your off/topic point in "lovely bit of jazz thread"

    Here is some Danish big band music http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPdU3...yer_detailpage
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