Boney James * Body Language (full album)

by The Daily Walk with Love “Body Language” is the sixth album by jazz saxophonist Boney James, released in 1999. Boney James plays tenor, alto and soprano saxophones in a style close to Grover Washington, Jr. It’s basically beguiling, sensual smooth jazz with a gentle but funky style. From all that I have read about Boney James, performing onstage is Read More …

Miles Davis – Kind of Blue – 1959: Master of Bebop & Fusion

by The Daily Walk with Love Miles Davis Kind of Blue, from 1959, is quite possibly the single best recording of bebop jazz trumpet in existence with personnel who are a pantheon of jazz greats. When I first heard Kind of Blue in the early 90s, it was a kind of religious experience for me. Rolling Stone, for its part, Read More …

Miles Davis – In a Silent Way – 1969

by The Daily Walk with Love — Kind of Blue had stunned and captured the jazz world in 1959, then Bitches Brew invented the whole new genre of avante-garde jazz fusion in 1968, and so Miles Davis hybridized them the next year, 1969, with the quiet album “In a Silent Way,” again playing with a great assembly of jazz legends. Read More …

Pure Electronic Music (2009 – 2010) — New just for you!

by Trust the Computer Geeks!Hug a Geek Today!(You may work for me, tomorrow!) Free Music57The Best Free Music Blog:*New Age *Truthful* Christian *Nonpolitical* Independent* Free Music57 + politics Electronic Music:Electro House Trance Techno Dance WorldJazz Fusion and New Age Music Free Music57(Where you go for the sounds you crave) Free Music57 + politics, December 11, 2015, originally published in 2010, Read More …