Music Is A Mission

To content | To menu | To search

Various - Jazz & Milk Breaks Vol. 3



Various Jazz and Milk Breaks Vol 3
Various - Jazz & Milk Breaks Vol. 3
(12"/Digital) Jazz & Milk JM010, 2009-06-26

Jazz & Milk enters the third round with their highly successful Jazz & Milk Breaks series. Six individual tracks with various influences ranging from Jazz, Funk, Latin to Afro and percussive Beats have already attracted a lot of attention on the Munich Jazz & Milk dance floors and finally made their way onto this versatile vinyl release. The records starts off with Innocent Sorcerers' very own Envee who has turned Pinnawela's tune You Can Dance into a wonderful and swinging jazz dance anthem. The track is followed by percussion maestro César Granados. His unique and vintage version of Dizzie Gillespie's latin-jazz classic Manteca is a true dance floor filler. The Snip's double bass driven downtempo bomb El Boom rounds off side A! On the flipside The Jivers, a new production duo out of Barcelona present a clubby jazz-hit called Do What featuring the unique voice of Anqui. Label head Dusty also joins the compilation with the remix of The Boogoos' afro-funk track The Journey / Ghana '74. Finally Greenwood Rhythm Coalition from New York's great Names You Can Trust imprint deliver a brilliant DJ bomb called Cotonou Caravan.

Various Jazz and Milk Breaks Vol 3
Various - Jazz & Milk Breaks Vol. 3
(12"/Digital) Jazz & Milk JM010, 2009-06-26

Tracklisting :
A1. Pinnawela - You Can Dance (Envee Ensemble Version)
A2. César Granados - Manteca
A3. The Snip - El Boom
B1. The Jivers - Do What feat. Anqui
B2. The Boogoos - The Journey / Ghana '74 (Remix by Dusty)
B3. Greenwood Rhythm Coalition - Cotonou Caravan

Links :
myspace.com/Pinnawela
myspace.com/enveeensemble
myspace.com/thejiversbcn
myspace.com/boogoos
myspace.com/dusty45
myspace.com/greenwoodrhythmcoalition
nyctrust.com
jazzandmilk.com
myspace.com/jazzandmilk
jazzandmilk.ithinkmusic.com
our-distribution.com

Press Release :
Jazz & Milk enters the third round with their highly successful Jazz & Milk Breaks series. Six individual tracks with various influences ranging from Jazz, Funk, Latin to Afro and percussive Beats have already attracted a lot of attention on the Munich Jazz & Milk dance floors and finally made their way onto this versatile vinyl release. The records starts off with Innocent Sorcerers' very own Envee who has turned Pinnawela's tune You Can Dance into a wonderful and swinging jazz dance anthem. The track is followed by percussion maestro César Granados. His unique and vintage version of Dizzie Gillespie's latin-jazz classic Manteca is a true dance floor filler. The Snip's double bass driven downtempo bomb El Boom rounds off side A!

On the flipside The Jivers, a new production duo out of Barcelona present a clubby jazz-hit called Do What featuring the unique voice of Anqui. Label head Dusty also joins the compilation with the remix of The Boogoos' afro-funk track The Journey / Ghana '74. Finally Greenwood Rhythm Coalition from New York's great Names You Can Trust imprint deliver a brilliant DJ bomb called Cotonou Caravan.
Djouls

Djouls

Stay informed of all things Paris DJs and beyond thanks to our Twitter news

Adele Adele ·  13 November 2009, 19:05

i want to tweet that you can dance remix but can't figure out how. I don't know how to let my friends hear it and it's AWESOME! can you help me?

A


You might also like

The Frightnrs - Nothing More To Say

The Frightnrs - Nothing More To Say (CD/LP, Daptone, 2016)

An instant classic, this fantastic reggae-rocksteady album strives directly for legendary status. It's the first album from The Frightnrs, a Brooklyn band signed on the Daptone label, but it'll also be the last one, alas. Dan Klein, the singer with the magical tone, died from ALS last june. Produced...
Venezuela 70 - Cosmic Visions Of A Latin American Earth - Venezuelan Experimental Rock In The 1970s

Venezuela 70 - Cosmic Visions Of A Latin American Earth - Venezuelan Experimental Rock In The 1970s (CD/2LP, Soul Jazz, 2016)

English label Soul Jazz Records released this summer a collection of experimental rock recorded in Venezuela in the 1970s, at a time when oil was flowing in abundance and consequently culture rather well subsidized. However, this music had never really got out of the country until now, it's really a...