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Jazz Is Dead 9 (Instrumentals) - Limited Edition

Jazz Is Dead 9 (Instrumentals) - Limited Edition
Jazz Is Dead 9 (Instrumentals) - Limited EditionJazz Is Dead 9 (Instrumentals) - Limited Edition




2x Vinyl LP Album Limited Edition Stereo



Release date

Oct 1, 2021


Jazz is Dead - Instrumentals - Adrian Younge - Ali Shaheed Muhammad - Le DIscopathe - Montpellier

On previous instalments in their essential Jazz is Dead series, Adrian Younge and A Tribe Called Quest's Ali Shadeed Muhammad have served up some super fresh and new takes on jazz for the modern generation. They have had help from the likes of Roy Ayers, Azymuth and Marcos Valle, all of whom have made it an essential series. Now they serve up a limited edition coloured vinyl release that offers a bunch of fantastic instrumentals. Those aforementioned big names all feature on these tunes which cover every style of jazz and then some.

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Hey Lover




Visions Of Love


Aquarius (Bring Her Back Home To Me)


Soulful And Unique


Isso E Que Sei


Nao Negue Seu Coracao




Queira Bem


Day By Day


Gotta Love Again


Forever More


Synchronized Vibration


Viajando Por Aí




Não Saia Da Praça


Sua Beleza E Beleza


African Sounds


A Gente Volta Amanha

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