Jazz Jam Bands - 136
Save on Jazz Jam Bands at Silent Rider Music. Top brands include Cuneiform, CD, Louisiana Red Hot/E1, Velour Recordings, Castle Music UK, Rope a Dope, Junketboy (Generic), Alliance, Songlines, Capricorn Records, Sns Records, Knitting Factory, Volcano, Verve, Grp Records, Enja, Rounder Select, Gramavision, & Rhino. Hurry! Limited time offers. Offers valid only while supplies last.
mpn: 724382732723, ean: 0724382732723,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 111 reviews
JOHN SCOFIELD - HAND JIVE - CD This 1993 recording is one of John Scofield's best, with a band that adds the soul-jazz veteran Eddie Harris to a group of the guitarist's regular associates, Larry Goldings on keyboards, Dennis Irwin on bass, Bill Stewart on drums, and Don Alias on percussion. Perhaps it's the mix of the familiar rhythm section with the novelty of playing with Harris, a player with a similar penchant for inside funk, outside approaches, and altered sounds, but Scofield is
mpn: 687480020621, ean: 0687480020621,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 153 reviews
Original 2002 Velour Recordings release. The CD has minor surface scratches that don't effect the play; the booklet is in like new condition; the case has shelf wear..
4.2 out of 5 stars with 90 reviews
Sex Mob Does Bond
4.9 out of 5 stars with 37 reviews
sku: NB0026C8WIW, ean: 0751937337621,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 117 reviews
Harrybu McCage is the self-titled debut album by a group comprised of Matt Cameron (of Pearl Jam, Soundgarden), Ryan Burns and Geoff Harper. It's jazz...but it rocks!
1. I Mean You
2. A Little Max
3. Sneakin' Around
5. Monk's Mood
6. Jetskiing on Priest Lake
7. Ask Me Now
8. Off Minor
9. Rhodes Jam
10. Alice in My Fantasies.
4.6 out of 5 stars with 149 reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars with 49 reviews
Late for the Future
4.8 out of 5 stars with 125 reviews
Galactic has always known how to serve up the old-school Crescent City funk in all of its rump-shaking glory, and every stop on their endless string of marathon shows only tightens them up another notch. Late for the Future, their third record, builds on their solid funk foundation and stands as their most ambitious, assertive, and sonically interesting work to date. For one, Galactic bare their teeth like never before, adding a furious intensity and pure rock raunchiness that they haven't
Volume for the Rest of It
4.1 out of 5 stars with 84 reviews
The sound that is Lake Trout is hard to categorize. There are those who have used terms such as nu-jazz or organica. But even those come disappointly incomplete when describing Lake Trout. Certainly there jazz influences can be detected, but the influence of hip-hop, drum and bass, rock, and even house can be heard as well. Listen to releases and to the live set and you will see that Lake Trout does not deliver genres, they deliver emotion. They have the uncanny ability to pull you into their
4.4 out of 5 stars with 19 reviews
Sex Mob mastermind Steven Bernstein enjoys the distinction of being the world's best (read: only) slide-trumpet player. As musical director for John Lurie's Lounge Lizards, Bernstein developed his trumpet skills as well as an offbeat sense of humor and a rampant unpredictability. On their second CD, Sex Mob mixes raucous free jazz and inventive original compositions with instrumental versions of songs by folks like Kurt Cobain (''About a Girl''), Duke Ellington (''The Mooch''), Jerry Garcia
mpn: MFR614223219325#N, ean: 0614223219325,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 160 reviews
Galactic ~ Vintage Reserve.
Paris Jam Session: Jazz in Paris
mpn: 6 3 08326922, ean: 0042283269224,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 10 reviews
New from Verve, the great jazz label, this CD celebrates the historic love affair between American jazz stars and Paris. Recorded in the City of Lights, Paris Jam Session (1959) features signature tunes by jazz legend Art Blakey. Digitally remastered and complete with liner notes.BLAKEY ART JAZZ IN PARIS - PARIS JAM SESSION.
4.1 out of 5 stars with 112 reviews
Having cut their teeth on the funk battlegrounds in their adopted hometown of New Orleans, these boys have honed their funk-soul-jazz blend to a fine edge. Their Capricorn debut shows the band maturing and expanding as they move from playful stomps (''Hamps Hump'') to smooth boogaloo (the title track) to smoldering soul-jazz (''Witch Doctor'') to spacy wah-wah-driven forays (''Tighten Your Wig'') to '70s-style R&B (''Start from Scratch'') to filthy, back-alley slow jams (''Quiet Please'').
We the People
4.3 out of 5 stars with 237 reviews
The Brooklyn-based Groove Collective deserves to be at the forefront of acid-jazz, that indefinable genre that here mixes postbop improvisation into a cauldron of emphatic rhythms, all the while avoiding the bland surfaces and mechanical production that usually develop when jazz gets this close to pop. We the People features heavy, danceable grooves that combine pulsing bass lines with dense but bright Latin percussion, surmounting it all with thick riffs from the horns. It's a group blessed
4.4 out of 5 stars with 157 reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars with 178 reviews
It's a Jungle in Here
4.9 out of 5 stars with 166 reviews
It's A Jungle In Here - Martin & Wood Medeski (CD 1994) Pouring their jazz out of a postmodern blender, Medeski Martin & Wood reference Sly Stone, King Sunny Ade and John Coltrane on the same album; Thelonious Monk and Bob Marley in the same song (''Bemsha Swing-Lively Up Yourself''). And it works: By turn funky (''Beeah,'' ''Shuck It Up'') and avant garde (''Worms''), thoughtful (''Moti Mo,'' ''Sand'') and over-the-top (''Where's Sly?''), MMW know that for music to matter, it must reflect its
View more products in Jazz
Browse Our Catalog