Posted 19 March 2014 - 02:18 PM
As far as I know, this has only happened once before on the YNQ 'Meaning of Love' cover (fan club 45 #3). I thought that was a pretty great little record.
Posted 19 March 2014 - 03:24 PM
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Posted 21 March 2014 - 04:06 PM
YNQ 'Meaning of Love' cover (fan club 45 #3).
also, will Wolf be singing as himself or as Folerio?
Posted 22 March 2014 - 10:21 AM
the song is a cover of a steve kuhn track :
Posted 23 March 2014 - 10:03 PM
Great, something else to anticipate and never see, or have to wait 5+ years to see.
I'm thinking he'll sprinkle some of these 'industrial/minimal wave tracks' into his future mixes and DJ sets...if he hasn't already.
Posted 26 March 2014 - 06:29 AM
He played in Santander around this time last year, a free gig, a good gig.
He's a very funny guy, and he had Buster Williams on bass (Herbie's Mwandishi era bassist & a personal favourite)
I wanted to shout a request for 'The Meaning Of Love' but it wasn't really that sort of place. He did play 'Pearlie's Swine' tho.
Tomorrow night I'm going to the same place to see Jon Faddis (apparently he has a couple of nephews in the music business) & the Barcelona Jazz Orchestra do some Dizzy Gillespie Big Band tunes from the late 50's.
Not exactly my cup of tea but gotta keep an open mind.
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Posted 29 March 2014 - 11:09 AM
Dude that sounds dope
and it was too. glad i went, the music was excellent, listening to a big band in a small venue (250 seats) is a pretty physical experience. they did a version of Manteca that blew me away.
Jon Faddis himself was great - he's a very funny guy who definitely knows one end of a trumpet from another, seems like a good sense of humour runs in the family. he told some good jokes between the music (mostly lost on the spanish audience). I got the chance to talk with him briefly after the show. I asked him what he thought of Madlib's music, specifically the jazz stuff but he said he didn`t know it at all. i guess i looked fairly surprised so he was like, 'man, i'm still tryin' to figure out what coltrane and dizzy were doing'. fair enough. so i tried to articulate what makes madlib's stuff so special, not sure if i succeeded or not...
I can just imagine the next family reunion: 'hey Otis, i was in spain and this sweaty crazy white english organic farmer dude tried to convince me that you're a genius, what's up with that?'
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