Discussion in 'Music' started by Motivationman, Oct 31, 2016.
Let's get it, hashtag #dogejazz
Dumping the rest of my chill jazz playlist. I challenge you to put all of this shit into a playlist, listen to it, and not have the most productive leisure time you've had in your life.
My dad has this on vinyl:
Pretty sure this isn't the full album:
Intro is very long, but it really gets good about a minute in.
MM post more stuff we likely haven't heard before you always know what's up with jazz
There's a lot of cross pollination with my Japanese jazz and experimental listening habits. Some of this stuff even sounds a little synthwave
Here's a rare Yuji Ohno (pet peeve of mine it should really be spelled Oono but oh well)
For a change of pace here's something my brother turned me on (I'm not usually a jazz guitar guy but my brother knows more about jazz guitar than is reasonable)
Also if anybody could find Yuji Ohno's cosmos album I'd be grateful, that's a classic and youtube skyped the one I usually listen to
A lot of these are from the rare jazz records channel which has a lot of hidden gems, including some serious Yuji Ohno. He's a favorite of mine because I'm very much a piano jazz/jazz trio guy and he has a cleaner more melodic sound than a lot of western post 60s jazz when they got too experimental and dissonant (typical feature of Asian jazz in general).
You can just tell that everything Yuji Ohno does was in a smoky room with recording technology 20 years out of date played by nightclub vets who were the last generation of old school professional musicians doing live venue music for barely enough to eat
Holy shit! Not sure if this belongs in Jazz or Synth but Yuji Ohno made it. Give me my 1984 faux-paneled interior Cadillac Seville RIGHT NOW
Check the whole lifetide album, I posted it a bit up the thread. Crazy shit.
Mother of God...you're the man Winbot, thanks bro. Such a great album. Very reminiscent of Maiden Voyage by Herbie Hancock in places with the hopeful tone, only accentuated with Ohno's use of strings and up tempo 70s funk influence in places.
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