All posts in Jazz fusion

Sha’s Feckel – Massive Bereavement

Live at Kaufleuten Hof, October 11th 2011

The Ghost of Cauldron M

The Ghost of Cauldron M / I Cannot Live in Sin · Mungolian Jet Set

Beauty Came to Us in Stone

℗ 2006 Jazzland Recordings

Released on: 2006-09-11


Syrinx & the Toronto Repertory Orchestra – “Ibistix”

In Memoriam for Alan Wells, percussionist for Syrinx who passed away Nov 3, 2010. The founding members of Syrinx were Alan, John Mills Cockell, synthesizers and keyboards, and Doug Pringle, saxophones.

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Dance Of The Invisible Dervishes

Dhafer Youssef performed at Festival International de Carthage, Tunisia

Take a trip down memory lane and savour Dhafer Youssef’s vibrant full concert along with his Septet, the Divine Shadows Strings and Tunisian Poet Sghair Ouled Ahmed during Carthage International Fest’s closing night.

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King Krule – Molten Jets – Live On The Moon

King Krule – Molten Jets – Live On The Moon

Road to Knowhere

Tommy Guerrero – Road to Knowhere [Full Album]

Lifeboats And Follies

Tommy Guerrero : Lifeboats And Follies 2011 – Full Album

Morcheeba – Live @ Jazz à Vienne 2018

Morcheeba at the Jazz à Vienne 2018 festival
Between new songs and classics, the English duo Morcheeba returns on stage for the 38th edition of the Jazz à Vienne festival.

Jazz à Vienne 2018

Dhafer Youssef at the 2018 Jazz à Vienne Festival
The mystic and oudist singer Dhafer Youssef spreads his hybrid jazz on the stage of the ancient theater of the Jazz à Vienne festival. For the occasion, he is accompanied by four New York jazz musicians.

A Little Bit of Somethin

Tommy Guerrero – A Little Bit of Somethin (Full Album)

Nick Hakim

Nick Hakim: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Nick Hakim (vocals and guitar), Kyle Miles (bass), Jake Sherman (keys), Joe Harrison (guitar), Vishal Nayak (drums)

King Krule – Tiny Desk Concert

Dec. 6, 2017 | Bob Boilen — Tiny Desk Concert — The Ooz, the title to King Krule’s latest album, is the perfect name for his music. It conjures, in my mind, a word mashup of “cool” and “jazz.” The music is eerily evocative with lyrics that talk about the sorts of depression singer and guitarist Archy Marshall has dealt with in his young life. And, at 23, he has a lot to say on the subject.


Eivind Aarset I.E. Live at Treibhaus, Innsbruck oct 2015

Drums/percussion/dulcimer/wurlitzer: Wetle Holte
Drums/percussion: Erland Dahlen
Bass: Audun Erlien
Guitar/Electronics: Eivind Aarset
sound: Christian Ulbrich
video rescue and fx: Tord Knudsen
visual content: Jan Martin Vågen

Birds Requiem

All compositions and arrangements by Dhafer Youssef except “Khira” by Dhafer Youssef and Nils Petter Molvaer Additional arrangement on 2, 5, 8 by Kristjan Randalu.

Sly & Robbie meet Nils Petter Molvaer

Warsaw Summer Jazz Days 2015

Sly Dunbar – drums,
Robbie Shakespeare – bass,
Nils Petter Molvaer – trumpet,
Eivind Aarset – guitar,
Vladislav Delay – percussion, keyboards, sampling.

Jazz Sous Les Pommiers

Dhafer Youssef Live at Jazz sous les pommiers Coutances
From Abu Nawas Rhapsody Album

Dhafer Youssef, oud Vocal
Tigran Hamasyan, Piano
Chris Jennings, Bass
Mark Guiliana, Drums

Dhafer Youssef – Full Live Concert at ASSM

Dhafer Youssef performed at ASSM, Izmir Turkey in 2013.

Nils Petter Molvær – Live In Hamburg

Nils Petter Molvær. Live In Hamburg (2001)

Recorded at Technics JazzPort Festival, Hamburg

Trumpet – Nils Petter Molvær
Guitar – Eivind Aarset
Bass – Audun Erlien
Drums, Percussion – Rune Arnesen
Beat Programming – Raymond Pellicer
Computer [Dj] – Strangefruit