Groovin' On Blue Note

Listening to ‘Mission bell’, the very cool new Amos Lee album (he sounds like a young Bill Withers!) on the legendary Blue Note label, I thought it became time again to make a new Blue Note mixtape. The Jack Costanzo mix was done by me and it contains 'La Cumparsa', 'Harlem nocturne' and 'Peter Gunn Mambo' (the Henry Mancini classic). And doesn't a contemporary artist like Señor Coconut sound very similar to Costanzo with the same funny approach? Enjoy!


Avishai Cohen – Dreaming (2011)
Donald Byrd – Distant Land [Madlib Remix] (2003)
Gene Harris – Sauda (1975)
Eddie Henderson – Kudu [Kyoto Jazz Massive Remix] (2004)
Ferrante & Teicher – Cristo Redentor (1970)
Jack Costanzo – Jack Costanzo Mix (2011)
Bossa Tres – Não Me Diga Adeus (1966)
Milton Nascimento & Lô Borges – Tudo Que Você Podia Ser (1972)
Kenny Burrell – Lonesome Road (1963)
Bobbi Humphrey – Nubian Lady (1972)
Candido – Tony’s Theme (1970)
Ronnie Foster – Some Neck (1973)
Monk Higgins – Walking In My Sleep (1972)
Barrett Strong – Surrender (1975)
Amos Lee – Flower (2011)
Gare Du Nord – Almost There (2010)

Groovin' On Blue Note by Professor Eddy on Mixcloud


Joop Kielema said…
Ik heb ook net Amos Lee ontdekt.

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