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Wake Up People

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Welcome to a new Soul & Jazz music mix and with a tribute mix to Joe Sample (The Crusaders), who passed a couple of days ago. Another issue is the legendary Prestige Records Label. In the mix you can listen to The Rolling Stones, Kate Bush, new music from Aphex Twin, Raury, Renegades of Jazz and a floor killer track by Shakleton. What more is needed to start in the weekend.

Prestige Records was a record label, founded by Bob Weinstock in New York and had his best time in the 50s and 60s. For most of the 1950s and 1960s, the great recording engineer Rudy Van Gelder was responsible for the recordings. Prestige Records contains a significant number of jazz classics, among other things: Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, Thelonious Monk and many others. The main characteristic was that an album normally contains of 5 tracks. Without recording trial or a screen test, Weinstock was able to produce and to publish faster. Still he used failed tapes and published nearly everything. That´s the reason why Prestige Records has nearly less alternative takes. If you are interest in Jazz, have a look on records from Prestige Records.

Listen. Relax and Enjoy!

This way please, click → Wake Up People…Soul & Jazz and Beyond (40) (YouTube-Link)

Tracklist
1. Heem The Music Monsters – Wake Up People
2. Bernard Purdie – Theme from Shaft (Prestige Records)
3. Little Dragon – Pretty Girls (Lil Silva Remix)
4. Raury – God’s Whisper
5. Idris Muhammad – Superbad (Prestige Records)
6. Aphex Twin – minipops 67 [120.2]
7. Kate Bush – Army Dreamers
8. Otis Redding – You Don’t Miss Your Water
9. Shackleton – Vor Und Zuruck
10. Rusty Bryant – Fire Eater (Prestige Records)
11. The Players Association – I Like It
12. Raury – Woodcrest Manor Master
13. The Rolling Stones – Miss You
14. Renegades Of Jazz – Brownout
15. Bobby Womack – If You Think You’re Lonely Now

Alternative Link, click:→ Wake Up People…Soul & Jazz and Beyond (40) (YouTube-Link)

Joe Sample Tribute
Jazz funk innovator, keyboardist and Jazz Crusaders founding member Joe Sample redefined jazz starting out in the 60’s and for the following four decades. He passed a couple of days ago. DJ Smash selected some tracks for a tribute mix. Beginning in the early 1980s, he started a successful solo career and was guest musician on many recordings by other performers and groups: Miles Davis, George Benson, Jimmy Witherspoon, B. B. King, Eric Clapton, Steely Dan and many more.

This way please, click → Joe Sample Tribute Mix by DJ Smash (Soundcloud-Link)

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Author: Stefan

Welcome to my personal microcosmos "Freiaum/Free Zone" in the most beautiful city of the world, in Hamburg. Just someone with a camera and a mission to record the extra and the ordinary. My hearts beats among other things for Photography, Culture and Art, Visual Art, Social Media, Communication, Storytelling, Music, Literature, Blog and Text.

17 thoughts on “Wake Up People

  1. I LIKE IT :-)……..und Kate Bush ist auch mit dabei….super !!

  2. Morgen zum Frühstück. Freue mich schon!! 🙂

  3. Finde den Mix sehr gut….sogar die neue Single von Aphex🙂

  4. wunderbare Sachen sind da wieder mal dabei, lieber Stefan – und dann natürlich wieder so vor und zurück Sachen, die einen nervös machen. Aaaaach, aber dafür Otis, Kate, Raury(!) und und und…
    Danke und liebe Grüsse
    Kai

    • Wunderbar. Ganz herzlichen Dank, lieber Kai, für Lob und Kritik. Schön, dass Du trotzdem auch bei Vor und Zurück nicht abgedreht hast. Übrigens das Debut von Raury lässt aufhören. Dieser “Junge” wird bereits in der Presse als “Bigmouth” tituliert. Also beste Aussichten für den kommenden Erfolg. Ich versuche eine manchmal grenzüberschreitende Mischung zusammen zu stellen und ebenso das eine oder andere Mal die normalen Hörgewohnheiten zu brechen. Ich danke Dir sehr und wünsche Dir einen schönen Sonntag.
      Liebe Grüsse
      Stefan