De-Phazz 😊

In Music by David Carbonara

Been a big fan of De-Phazz.
How about a quick listen->

 

 

Carbonara’s Playlist for Spotify

In Music by David Carbonara

I’d thought I create a playlist of some of my favorite music on Spotify.
What do you think? Any suggestions?
I’ll be adding more as I go along, just getting going now…

 

 

 

Quincy Jones favorite release, what’s yours?

In Music by David Carbonara

Walking In Space

Track listing
1. “Dead End” (Galt MacDermot, James Rado, Gerome Ragni) – 4:05
2.”Walking in Space” (MacDermot, Rado, Ragni) – 12:06 as Hair (Original Broadway Cast Recording)
3.”Killer Joe” (Benny Golson) – 5:12
4.”Love and Peace” (Arthur Adams) – 5:48
5.”I Never Told You” (Arthur Hamilton, Johnny Mandel) – 4:18
6.”Oh Happy Day” (Edwin Hawkins) – 3:37

Personnel
Quincy Jones – conductor, arranger
Freddie Hubbard, Lloyd Michaels, Dick Williams, John Frosk, Marvin Stamm, Snooky Young – trumpet
Jimmy Cleveland, J. J. Johnson, Alan Raph, Tony Studd, Norman Pride, Kai Winding – trombone
Joel Kaye, Roland Kirk, Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson – reeds
Paul Griffin – piano
Eric Gale – electric guitar
Ray Brown – double bass
Grady Tate – drums
Chuck Rainey – bass on “Love and Peace”
Bob James – electric piano
Hubert Laws – flute, tenor sax
Toots Thielemans – guitar, harmonica
Bernard Purdie – drums
Hilda Harris – vocals
Marilyn Jackson – vocals
Valerie Simpson – vocal solo on “Walking in Space”
Maretha Stewart – vocals

Source:
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Quincy Jones Documentary

In Music, Television by David Carbonara

Artist. Father. Visionary. QUINCY is an intimate look at musical icon and influential legend, Quincy Jones. Available on Netflix September 21st.
A must watch for me, Quincy was alengend long before his work with Michael Jackson.

Rest In Peace: Hugh Masekela, Trumpeter and Anti-Apartheid Activist, Dies at 78

In Music by David Carbonara

 

Hugh Masekela performing “Songs of Migration” in Johannesburg in February 2010.
Credit Joao Silva/The New York Times

Studio as Instrument

In Music by David Carbonara

Really great article from Ableton on the history of “studio as instrument”.

Read part 1.

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And part 2 here.

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