Re: Nu-Jazz/Brazilian Suggestions (was) Re: On the Latin tip. . .

From: Velanche Stewart (
Date: Thu May 17 2001 - 21:09:31 CEST

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    I've just listened to a rather cool confection last night that I've
    picked up from my music box on Monday. It's from an artist called James
    Hardway. The album is called "Moors and Christians," and it's a great
    album that has quite a bit of Latin influences--particulary Afro-Cuban.
    But the groove is just so very good.

    Pick it up...listen to it.

    V. wrote:
    > I think Chari Chari's cd "Spring to Summer" would go along this line. And
    > Calm's "Shadow of the Earth"? Both are very very good IMO. I think these
    > are being over looked by many, but they shouldn't be missed.
    > peace
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: Joni . <>
    > To: <>
    > Date: Thursday, May 17, 2001 10:54 AM
    > Subject: Nu-Jazz/Brazilian Suggestions (was) Re: On the Latin tip. . .
    > >Hello All,
    > >
    > >Speaking of selections on the latin tip....when we were pondering if it
    > gets
    > >any better than Cinematic Orchestra, Jazztronik - inner flight is pretty
    > >damn close! I know it's on the older side but I stumbled on to it about a
    > >month ago and what can I say but WOW! So what are some of the lists
    > >suggestions on either Jazztronik or other trks w/ the
    > >Nu-Jazz/Brazilian/Afrobeat flava?
    > >
    > >a rato,
    > >
    > >j~

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