This week its an essential musician – Joe Zawinul with opening music from Fela Kuti with Tony Allan & Ginger Baker – also music from - Emma-Jean Thackray - Nubya Garcia - Rim Kwaku Obeng and Kasa - Sault - Bryony Jarman-Pinto & Asha Puthli
Fela Kuti - Ye Ye De Smell The Diabolical Liberties, Emma-Jean Thackray - High Protection Emma-Jean Thackray - Ley Lines Nubya Garcia - Lost Kingdoms – Source Bryony Jarman-Pinto - Sour Face – Cage & Aviary Ultraísta - Tin King Sault - Street Fighter Rim Kwaku Obeng and Kasa - Love Me for Real Khruangbin - First Class Gil Scott Heron - Three Miles Down Doc Daneeka (Edit) - Backstabbin Angie for a Ten Bag Essential Musician Joe Zawinul - All About Simon Joe Zawinul – Bimoya Joe Zawinul & the Zawinul Syndicate - Badia & Boogie Woogie Waltz Zilla With Her Eyes Shut = Get Your Way (Bambooman Remix) Steve Wiliamson - Celestial Bues - vocals Jolica Anderson Bosq, Kaleta - Wake Up Alabê KetuJazz, Henrique Band - Aguéré, a Caça de Odé Asha Puthli – Lies Nubya Garcia The Message Continues - Source
En période de confinement, il est recommandé de prendre régulièrement des nouvelles de nos voisins. Nous en recevons tous les vendredis de notre ami britannique Jamie Cullum qui cette semaine, interview la multi-instrumentiste Emma-Jean Thackray à propos de la musique qu'elle écoute et de son nouvel EP. PlaylistCount Basie & Sarah Vaughan - The Gentleman Is A DopeEl Michels Affair - RubixIdris Muhammed - Turn This Mutha Out (Music Bed)Kurt Elling feat. Danilo Perez - EsperantoMiles Davis - Concierto De Aranjuez (Adagio)J Dilla - FantasticEmma-Jean Thackray - Rain Dance / WisdomEmma-Jean Thackray - MovementThe Heliocentrics - Light In The DarkHank Mobley - WorkoutKokoroko - Carry Me Home
The Mattson 2 and Emma-Jean Thackray (with Hillary Donnell)
The Major Scale
The Mattson 2 and Emma-Jean Thackray (with Hillary Donnell) Keeping the fresh and bold at the forefront, and our hats off to the legends, The Mattson 2 have been making waves with their dreamy guitar and drum-based music for awhile. Rather than try and describe their sound, just looking at their frequent collaborators speaks volumes; Ray Barbee, Money Mark, Toro Y Moi, and Tommy Guerrero to name a few. With the brothers Mattson's latest take on one of music's most sacred cows, they may have topped themselves (as well as rattled a few cages). That's right, they've gone for John Coltrane and, wait for it... his masterwork A Love Supreme! The Mattson 2 really give it a piece of their creative minds, building a lush adventure and done with loving respect, in a way Coltrane would have given thumbs up to. One of the most compelling composers working today takes cues not only from the jazz masters, but from the dancefloor and the English tradition of Collier brass bands. That artists name is Emma Jean Thackray. She's one of the shining stars of the jazz-not-jazz renaissance that's currently happening. She'll make you don your thinking cap, get you out of your seat and onto your feet! Major Scale contributor Hillary Donnell returns with a friendly chat she and Thackray had recently. ABOUT THE MAJOR SCALE: Your attention please to a new program that celebrates and takes a fresh and bold look at the great American art form- JAZZ!!! The Major Scale is the title, the motto and the mission are, Jazz- past, present, future, and everything in between. A lot of focus will be on new and fresh sounds, deep cuts, closer looks at underrated artists, taking a different look at some of the titans of the genre, and getting the two cents worth from a number of surprise guests and sources. The Major Scale can boast amongst it's guests- legends like Herbie Hancock, Tom Scott, and Ahmad Jamal. The up and coming and the underrated-Kamasi Washington, Mia Doi Todd, Michael Blake. Fresh perspectives and commentary from the likes of Rock legend Al Kooper, who weighed in on the gospel. From The New Yorker, Amanda Petrusich expounds on her article about the movement to rename the Williamsburg Bridge in honor of Sonny Rollins. We explore the Soul-Jazz experiments of the Rascals. Grace Kelly from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert talks about her pop-up/flash mob concerts. Plus Thundercat, Henry Mancini, Ghostface Killah, Jaimie Branch, Nels Cline, Badbadnotgood, Cecil Taylor, and more get pick up on the Major Scale radar. Produced in Central Florida, this program seeks to become one of the defining voices of this Native American art form, and everything else that finds itself under it's umbrella. Think about programming and content found on the likes of World Cafe, Philadelphia, PA. Tiny Desk from Washington D.C., and KEXP Live from Seattle, WA. and that's what the Major Scale strives to do. For the curious, and lovers of music who like the details in between. ABOUT KYLE EAGLE (Host): Kyle Eagle has been a contributing writer and producer for the NPR-WBGO, WUCF, WPRK, Wax Poetics, The Orlando Weekly, Artbourne, and The Fiscal Times, as well as several music and film releases- Light in the Attic's documentary "This Is Gary McFarland", and an upcoming film on composer Jack Nietzsche. Recordings- Call Me-Jack Wilson, Live at the Penthouse, Grachan Moncur III, Chico Hamilton, and Andy Bey. ABOUT CHRIS BARANYI (Producer): Chris Baranyi is a sound engineer and music producer. He splits his time between designing AV systems for theme parks and recording music. Chris has worked with many Orlando area musicians with backgrounds in jazz, fusion, hip-hop, funk, new age, and classical. Some of which have been featured on NPR's Echoes. His passion includes jazz, vintage microphones, and hot
Tru Thoughts Presents Unfold 11.11.18 with Emma-Jean Thackray, The Seshen, Roy Hargrove
Tru Thoughts presents Unfold
Quality Jazz from Emma-Jean Thackray. A track from Roy Hargrove (RIP) that was remixed by Quantic. Hip Hop from public Enemy, Vince Staples, Homeboy Sandman and Edan. Tropical Boogie from Orange Tree. Drum & Bass from Karime Kendra (remixed by DJ Die) and Break feat Celestine and a special Sister Nancy Jungle dubplate. A great track from Georgia Anne Muldrow on Brainfeeder. Plus plenty more musical treats.
Episode 2: Emma-Jean Thackray on being a multi-instrumentalist
Supreme Standards Podcast
Multi-instrumentalist and RBMA alumnus Emma-Jean Thackray talks about her studio, 'seeing music' and being a multi-instrumentalist. Tina Edwards is joined by some of the biggest names and most exciting musicians from across jazz, soul, funk and more. In association with Love Supreme Jazz Festival.