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Pierre Ringwald

  1. Helsinki, Finland
  2. Jazz
  1. collection 34
  2. followers 4
  3. following 52
  1. Trudi's Songbook: Volume One
    by Ruby Rushton
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    Moonlight Woman Moonlight Woman
  2. Suite Elemental
    by Josiah Woodson
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    Air Air
  3. Escapee
    by Daniel Casimir
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    Really For Always Really For Always
  4. Nubya's 5ive
    by Nubya Garcia
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    Lost Kingdoms Lost Kingdoms
  5. Syzygy
    by Curtis Brothers Quartet
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    Hallucinations Hallucinations
  6. Everywhere (Radio Edit)
    by Collocutor
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    Everywhere (Radio Edit) Everywhere (Radio Edit)
    Collocutor's writing and arranging is fantastic. There's a cinematic vibe to this that I really love.
  7. Audubon Lab Experiment
    by Kuba Cichocki's Audubon Lab Experiment
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    Sheendle Bruscle Beat Sheendle Bruscle Beat
    Audubon Lab Experiment recall all the things I love about 70s era jazz - electric keys, layers of percussion - and combine them with more contemporary ideas that recall UK groups like Yussef Kamaal. And I dig the vocal arrangements.
    appears in 1 other collection
  8. Black Focus
    by Yussef Kamaal
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    Lowrider Lowrider
  9. Hold On
    by Siya Makuzeni
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  10. NÉRIJA EP
    by NÉRIJA
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    The Fisherman The Fisherman
  11. Sketch
    by Ross McHenry
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  12. Spirit Reflection
    by Gaby Hernandez
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    Messy Love Messy Love
  13. All Of A Sudden
    by Raymond McMorrin
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    I love uptempo numbers. This one is full of joy. And Ray Mack's playing is powerful, but never overbearing.
  14. African Sunshine
    by Daymé Arocena
    Arocema's vocals just soar on this tune. And the band...I would love to hear this tune on the dancefloor.
  15. Live at the Fish Factory
    by Collocutor
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    Disappearance Disappearance
    Wonderful composition, beautifully arranged and performed. Fans of Spiritual Jazz and Eastern-influenced music - you'll probably dig this.
  16. Double Consciousness (Inspired By W.E.B. DuBois)
    by Black Art Jazz Collective
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  17. Course
    by Camille Bertault
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  18. Peace Be Unto Us
    by nat birchall
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  19. Times And Spaces
    by Esa Pietilä
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    Elegy Time Elegy Time
  20. Electric Images
    by Asuka Kakitani Jazz Orchestra
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  21. St. Peter's Walk
    by Freddie Hendrix
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  22. There's A Man Going 'Round Takin' Names
    by Gwen Sampé
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    I had never heard of Gwen Sampe until I gave her music a listen on Bandcamp. She has an incredible, distinctive voice and she knows how to interpret a lyric, which seems to be a rare talent.
  23. The Eye of Horus
    by The Greg Foat Group
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  24. In The Castle Of My Skin
    by Sons Of Kemet
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  25. Agama
    by Collocutor
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  26. Badder Weather (ft Josephine Oniyama)
    by Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra
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  27. Blue Nile
    by The Brandee Younger Quartet
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    appears in 1 other collection
  28. A Luta Continua
    by Nat Birchall
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    appears in 1 other collection
  29. rain
    by Beats & Pieces Big Band
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    appears in 1 other collection
  30. Dancing For Cigarettes
    by Michael Zerang & The Blue Lights
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    appears in 1 other collection
  31. Imagine Your Heart's Journeys 2
    by Abigail Lumsden
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    Night in Tunisia Night in Tunisia
    Volume 2 of Abigail Lumsden's 'Imagine Your Heart's Journeys' is just as impressive as Volume 1 -standouts include a refreshing arrangement of Night in Tunisia and It Might As Well Be Spring. I highly recommend repeated listenings.
    appears in 1 other collection
  32. Imagine Your Heart's Journeys 1
    by Abigail Lumsden
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    Doorway Doorway
    Abigail Lumsden's 'Imagine Your Heart's Journeys 1' is a wonderful achievement. Lumsden and her talented group move from one musical form to another with ease; the results never sound like pastiche.
    On the contrary, this album and its accompanying volume are clearly the product of an artist with a deep love and respect for music. As far as my own tastes are concerned, it is the jazz numbers like 'Doorway' with its incredible scat vocal that impress the most.
    appears in 1 other collection
  33. Music for Mounds
    by Zen Poets
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    Song of Unjadee Song of Unjadee
    Annalise and the Zen Poets deliver a set of melodic, at times playful, compositions. To my ears, several tunes recall the 'Spiritual Jazz' sounds of the 70s. And they can swing!
    appears in 1 other collection
  34. BBNG
    by BADBADNOTGOOD
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    Title Theme / Saria's Song / Song Of Storms Title Theme / Saria's Song / Song Of Storms