Sometimes it gets hard to know what to post here especially since I have to check that all the tracks are vocalfree. Mostly I will dig through various music and music video sharing site to find a track to post here, But all that audio can sometimes be hard on the ears. That’s why I post quite alot of Jazz and blues here as they are just genres of music that help you shut yourself off from the world. So I had an Idea a few days ago I asked someone what was their favorite instrumental.
@voicelessmusic Favorite? 2 numerous 2 count. Here is a tasty 1. “When We Were Free” from the Pat Metheny Group.
Sometimes asking is the best way but you have to know who you are asking and when. But you can ask Dave about more than just what music he likes you can also ask him about anything you may need to know about personal development. And a few other things as he is a broad topic tweeter and a great guy to follow. Have you any instrumental you would like to hear just tweet to me @voicelessmusic your favorite instrumetnal track and I will share it here.
Many of the comments on this Video call this Happy Jazz. Some think it sounds a little like TV Jazz music. I like the start of it but it gets a little like the start of the Tv Theme for Poirot but a little faster and without the classical music elements. What do you think ?
This track was composed by the Pianist Bobby Timmons for the Album of the Same Title. I like the Piano and big Trumpet sound on this Track the played by Trumpeter Lee Morgan it’s just Classic Blue Note Jazz at it’s best listen to Moanin an Instrumental Blue note Jazz Tune from 1959 and still sounding great.
Jean “Django” Reinhardt the man who is supposed to have invented the Gipsy Jazz Genre was said to be irresponsible with money and unstable due his gambling problem. But if there is anything to be said about the father of Jazz Guitar is that even if he showed up in a concert hall with just one person he would always put on his best performance. Django received his first banjo from a neighbour when he was 12 years old and taught himself how to play the instrument. Despite illiteracy he managed to excel when it came to playing and learning music and other instruments despite having been told that he would never play another stringed instrument again after been badly burnt in a fire. As Djanjo invented his own guitar playing method with a distinctive sound that still sounds great all these years later.
Because I have not been busy over Christmas on this blog I just wanted to update it with a tune Today. This one is a classic blue note Jazz track from 1963 called idle moments from the artist Grant Green