Welcome to a new Soul & Jazz Mix with the next common star FKA twigs, Soul Treasures from Marvin Gaye, Donny Hathaway and others more and some amazing cover versions. And you can watch to a wonderful Jazz movie trailer. Then you can listen to the debut album from Raury, which is big stuff.
FKA twigs aka Tahliah Barnett. She is a British singer. FKA stands for Formerly Known As. Her debut was released in August. She became known as twigs for the way her bones crack. Her style in music: she makes trip-hop for a new time. Then I am glad to share one of my all time favorite Jazz standards “The Stolen Moment”. Speedometer playing a jazzy version of “Happy”. We have Northern Soul in the mix and finally three soul giants: Donny Hathaway with his wonderful Live version of “The Ghetto, Marvin Gaye and King Curtis Live at the Filmore west. Then I found three treasures, deep in the cellar: Ananda Shankar with his “Dancing Drums”, one of my favorite track from Lee Hazlewood & Nancy Sinatra and the Brazilian Tamba Trio with “Desafinado”.
Listen, relax and enjoy!
This way please, click → Feeling Good…in the mix (38) (YouTube-Link)
1. Andy & The Bey Sisters – Feeling Good
2. Al Wilson – The Snake
3. Alice Smith – Love Endeavor (Maurice Fulton Remix)
4. Eddie Lockjaw Davis – The Stolen Moment
5. Speedometer – Happy
6. Nick Hakim – I Don’t Know
7. FKA twigs – Water Me
8. Dorian Concept – Draft Culture
9. Tamba Trio – Desafinado
10. Ananda Shankar – Dancing Drums
11. Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood – Arkansas Coal Mine Suite
12. Earl Van Dyke and The Motown Brass – Six By Six
13. FKA twigs – Two Weeks
14. Donny Hathaway – The Ghetto (Live)
15. Marvin Gaye – I Want You
16. King Curtis – Memphis Soul Stew
Alternative Link, click:→ Feeling Good…in the mix (38) (YouTube-Link)
By surprise I found the trailer for a Jazz Movie: “All Night Long” with the recently passed actor and director Richard Attenborough together with Jazz Giants like Dave Brubeck and Charles Mingus. I have never heard about the film, but the trailer with the music is fantastic and makes me curious.
All Night Long – Trailer (YouTube-Link)
For the BBC, it was the album of the week: Raury with his album “Indigo Child”. He is still 18 years young and his sample style where he mixed Folk with Soul Elements to a unique sound is great.
Listen to his debut: Raury – ‘Indigo Child’
Find more from Raury on Soundcloud