Sachal Studios Orchestra Take Five Dave Brubeck Take Five. © 2011 Sachal Studios Groove with me as I dance and fly without moving. Happy New Year Shamans… I love you more. _______________________ © 2013-2019 Arvin da Brgha. All Rights Reserved.
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Tagged Dave Brubeck, Jazz, Lahore, Music, Pakistan, Take Five, YouTube
© 1994 Lena Horne music by Duke Ellington & Sidney Russell The first time I heard this music, I was arrested by the opening chords as I stood still in the middle of my living room on the third/top storey … Continue reading
Posted in 20th century American artists, 20th Century Art, Actors, African-Americans, American Art, American Artists, Artists, Black creative artists, Jazz, Michael Teachings, Music, Music Video, Singers, Stage performers, Writers
Tagged African-American luminaries, British Columbia, CBC FM radio, Duke Ellington, Famous Black Americans, Griots, Jazz, Lena Horne, Ross Porter, Vancouver, West End
Kathleen Battle and The Wynton Marsalis Septet. Merry Christmas dreamers… you are the best kind of people going! __________________________ © 2013-2019 Arvin da Brgha. All Rights Reserved.
December 25, 2013
Tagged African-American sopranos, African-Americans, Artists born in 1948, Artists born in 1960, Artists born in the year of the Rat, Black Americans, Black culture, Jazz, Kathleen Battle, Mature souls, Sage souls, Sopranos, Wynton Marsalis
1982 Playboy Jazz Festival at the Hollywood Bowl Weather Report’s Birdland accompanied by the Manhattan Transfer Music to keep alive the child-ego state! Create! Fly! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weather_Report http://manhattantransfer.net/ http://www.playboyjazzfestival.com/ ___________________________ © 2013-2019 Arvin da Brgha. All Rights Reserved.
November 23, 2013
Tagged Filmed live music performances, Hugh Heffner, Jazz, Jazz festival, Jazz musicianship, Jazz scatting, Live Jazz performances, Live performances, Los Angeles, Playboy Jazz Festival, Playboy magazine, The Manhattan Transfer, The Weather Report, Video, Vocalesing
This is the music of dreams… happy belated birthday Daddy, who, had he lived, would have been 97 yesterday… such sweet rapture to dream of you! I love you more… ______________________________ © 2013-2019 Arvin da Brgha. All Rights Reserved.
November 6, 2013
Tagged Afro-American excellence., Afrocentrism, Anita Baker, Black Ameircans, Black creative genius, Black culture, Call and response, Chanteuse, Dream music, Duets, Improvisation, Jazz, Kem, Lalah Hathaway, Modern Griots, Rachelle Ferrell, Scatting, Shamanism, Tyler Perry, Vocalesing, Wolf Blitzer
Filmed lived performance of Duke Ellington and orchestra with the inimitable Billy Strayhorn in the audience. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Rolf Ericson, Herbie Jones, Cootie Williams, t; Lawrence Brown, Buster Cooper, tb; Chuck Connors btb; Jimmy Hamilton, … Continue reading
October 25, 2013
Tagged Bass, Billy Strayhorn, Black creative genius, Black high art, Black musical creative genius, Buster Cooper, Cat Anderson, Chuck Connors, Cootie Williams, Duke Ellington, Duke Ellington Orchestra, Ernie Shepard, Harlem Renaissance, Harry Carney, Herbie Jones, Jazz, Jazz historical footage, Jazz improvisation, Jazz music, Jazz Orchestra, Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Hodges, Lawrence Brown, Paul Gonsalves, Rolf Ericson, Russell Procope, Sam Woodyard, Scatting, Shaman, Task companion, Vocalesing
© 1961 Ella Fitzgerald/Verve Records. Sing it Lady! ________________________________ © 2013-2019 Arvin da Brgha. All Rights Reserved.
Posted in 20th Century African-American Artists, 20th Century American art, 20th century American artists, 20th Century Art, African-Americans, Artists, Award-winning artist, Black creative artists, Creative Genius, Dream Shamanism, Dreams, Dreams of famous persons, Jazz, Michael Teachings, Music, Music Video, Musicians, Singers, Stage performers
Tagged Black creative genius, Black genius, Black musical genius, Ella, Ella Fitzgerald, Jazz, Verve Records
Thou Swell © 1927 Writer: Lorenz Hart/Composer: Richard Rodgers Meet Betty Carter and Ray Bryant © 1955 Columbia Records This is lucid dreaming whilst fully awake… master linguist, master shaman and the only artist that I would get on a … Continue reading
Posted in 20th Century African-American Art, 20th Century African-American Artists, 20th Century American art, 20th century American artists, 20th Century Art, African-Americans, Artists, Award-winning artist, Black creative artists, Dream Shamanism, Jazz, Michael Overleaves, Michael Teachings, Music, Music Video, Musicians, Shamanism, Singers, Stage performers, Visionaries
Tagged Betty Carter, Black female singers, Columbia Records, Female Jazz singers., Jazz, Jazz Standards, Lorenz Hart, phenomenal souls incarnate., Richard Rodgers, Scat, Show Tunes, Thou Swell, Vocalesing