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Paris DJs Soundsystem - Jazz For Tiziano





Tiziano was one of the top backers of Paris DJs' third crowdfunding campaign during the summer of 2015. He choose the reward with the 15 CDs and the exclusive mix, saying: "I like the music you offer and the idea of getting an exclusive cooked just for me got me interested. I like jazz and experimental music, I grew up with rock. I ESPECIALLY like trumper (Jon Hassel, Paolo Fresu, Mark Isham, Miles Davis of course, etc.). So if you could blend your selections with some trumpet, some jazz…". Damn! This one was not easy. It took us months to figure out something fitting those directions, while still being essentially a Paris DJs thing. Thankfully, Tiziano was patient, and loved the mix. He also gladly accepted that we share an mp3 of it with the rest of the world, so here you go. Enjoy!

Paris DJs Soundsystem - Jazz For Tiziano
Paris DJs Soundsystem - Jazz For Tiziano
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2016-09-05

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Tracklisting :
01. Ellis Williams - This Is The Call
(from 'Call to Battle' album, 2016 / self-released)
02. Jimi Tenor & UMO Jazz Orchestra - Naulamatto
(from 'Mysterium Magnum' album, 2015 / Herakles)
03. Todd Simon & The Angel City All Star Brass Band - Sidama De Cali
(from 'Footprints' compilation, 2014 / Jazz&Milk)
04. Tom Browne - I Never Was A Cowboy
(from 'Browne Sugar' album, 1979 / GRP)
05. Joe Thomas - Polarizer
(from 'Feelin's From Within' album, 1976 / Groove Merchant)
06. Grant Phabao Afrofunk Arkestra - The Fourth
(from 'The Fourth' digital single, 2016 / Paris DJs)
07. Dr. Lonnie Smith - Play It Back feat. Robert Glasper
(from 'Evolution' album, 2016 / Blue Note)
08. Kamasi Washington - Re Run Home
(from 'The Epic' album, 2015 / Brainfeeder)
09. Jimi Tenor - Order Of Nothingness
(from 'Order Of Nothingness' 7 inch, 2016 / Philophon)
10. Jiro Inagaki & Soul Media - Four Up
(from 'Funky Stuff' album, 1975 / Columbia)
11. Médéric Collignon et le Jus de Bocse - The Taking Of Pelham 1, 2, 3
(from 'MoOvies' album, 2015 / Just Looking Productions)
12. The Harold Wheeler Consort - Black Cream
(from 'Black Cream' album, 1975 / RCA)
Total time : 61mn 48s

Original cover artworks :


Credits :
Selected and illustrated by Djouls (parisdjs.com)
Mixed and mastered by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)

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