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MixRemix Radio – Creative Commons Remix – February 19, 2019

Mix Remix Radio Creative Commons Remix February 19, 2019

MixRemix Radio can be heard at mixremix.cc.

Sometimes serendipity rules. This playlist was generated randomly from the MixRemix Radio Creative Commons Library. When I listened all the songs flowed together to make an exceptional show.

Since all the music is Creative Commons it is fine to post the songs with attribution. Here's a list of the albums these songs were drawn from including the duration of the album, the link, and the license. Each song also includes attribution in the filename. Free streaming. Free to download and share.

[Adult Contemporaries by The Rope River Blues Band] (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Rope_River_Blues_Band/Adult_Contemporaries/) 36:32 CC BY-NC-SA except The Vista's Missing Views CC BY

Crossworlds ‎— Day & Night SCL172 (https://archive.org/details/SCL172) 40:32 CC BY-NC-SA

demo 2008 by Latché Swing (https://archive.org/details/Demo2008_433) 24:42 CC BY-NC-ND

Fancy Cocktails and Hot Sauce by The Underscore Orkestra (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Underscore_Orkestra/Fancy_Cocktails_and_Hot_Sauce/) 49:31 CC BY-NC-SA

Skank​-​A​-​Bout by Javier Martin Boix and Bass Culture Players (https://basscultureplayers.bandcamp.com/album/skank-a-bout) 13:11 CC BY-NC-SA

Swan Song by The New Mystikal Troubadours (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_New_Mystikal_Troubadours/Swan_Song/) 15:58 CC BY-NC-SA

Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons

This is a medley of “We Will Go Down”, Good Sunday”, and “Love Train” delivered live with guests. Jerry Joseph salutes both Bob Dylan and Van Morrison in his lyrics. Appropriately enough I find this live recording to be on par with “Astral Weeks” and “Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands”. The best of the best.

Here's the link to the whole concert on the Live Music Archive.

Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons Live at Laurelthirst Public House on 2019-02-10

NJHB's “Nichessa” now on CDBaby

Click here. Listen for free. Original compositions by Hairy Larry and Joseph Curtis.

Nichessa on CDBaby

Buying downloads is the best way to support the artists. Or download for free at the Live Music Archive.

Nichessa on the Live Music Archive

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Bebop Beatniks In The Loft at The Edge

5:00 – 7:00 pm today, February 16. Jazz standards plus some original tunes composed by Hairy Larry. No cover. Come get your coffee buzz at The Edge Coffeehouse, 1900 Aggie Road, Jonesboro, AR.

Route 66 – Hairy Larry and George with Mike Lovell, Cheryl Culp, Suzanne Michell

New Jazz In Jonesboro – February 9, 2019 – Recap

A fantastic set of jazz standards by The Ken Carroll Trio with guest stars Chris Isom on drums and Joseph Curtis, trumpet, featured Ken Carroll's EWI work. The EWI or Electronic Wind Instrument is a synthesizer that is played like a horn and can sound like any instrument or go off in a world of it's own. The Ken Carroll Trio included Gabe Waters on bass and Hairy Larry, piano and vocals. Closing the set guest star Whitley Newman sang “Summertime”.

Set list. 1. Black Orpheus 2. Yesterday 3. Wave 4. How High The Moon 5. Recordame 6. Autumn Leaves 7. Summertime

Then NJHB played a burning set of jazz originals listed below and recorded the sixteenth NJHB album, “Nichessa”.

  1. Pixellation by Larry Heyl
  2. Neo Soul Jam # 1 by Joseph Curtis
  3. Nichessa by Larry Heyl

This was the first public performance of “Pixellation” and “Nichessa”. “Neo Soul Jam # 1” also appears on the NJHB album, “Blue Goose”.

https://archive.org/details/Njhb-BlueGoose

Playing with NJHB on February 2, 2019 were.

Joseph Curtis – trumpet Dean MacDonald – tenor sax Chase Hoots – alto sax Gabe Waters – bass Chris Isom – drums Jeremy Jackson – guitar Hairy Larry – piano, vocal percussion, vocals

I will include a link to the NJHB album when it is uploaded.

New Jazz In Jonesboro on Saturday, February 9 at 7:00 pm

Enjoy jazz music at a free concert in the Round Room at the Jonesboro Public Library. New Jazz In Jonesboro presents The Ken Carroll Trio and NJHB, the New Jazz House Band.

At 7:00 pm The Ken Carroll Trio will play jazz standards including latin, blues, and vocal numbers.

After a break NJHB will play all original songs. Guest musicians and composers are invited to participate.

Please use the outside entrance to the Round Room. The concert is free and open to the public. Coffee and cookies will be served.

Romain Pilon, Jeff Denson, Ronen Itzik

I met these fine jazz musicians at a workshop in the ASU bandroom today and I was very impressed with their musicianship, their compositions, and their spoken eloquence.

I am working on writing about their careers and their music at my blog, 21st Century Jazz Composers.

Here are their links.

https://www.romainpilonguitarist.com

https://www.jeffdenson.com

http://www.ronenitzik.com

Delta Legends on Arkansas Roots

A big shout out to Mike Doyle at KASU for playing Delta Legends on Arkansas Roots. He played “Baby What You Want Me To Do” and “Logan's Blues” recorded live on June 10, 2017, busking in front of Gearhead Cycle House on Main St. in Jonesboro.

https://archive.org/details/hl2017-06-10

Thanks to Mike Doyle and Arkansas Roots at KASU.

http://kasu.org http://deltalegends.com

Addendum – The Arkansas Brothers are closing the show now. I recorded them at Blue Monday in Paragould.

Cosmic Voyage

My friend Tomasino is hosting a Science Fiction writing project so, of course, I joined.

It is called Cosmic Voyage and it is the annals of the human diaspora into the galaxy told in text files. Here's the background.

Humanity has expanded to the stars. Earth is a distant memory. We journey into the darkness not in a great migration--as many thought--but in small communities, drifting far and traveling at relativistic speeds, dividing from each other by unfathomable distance and time. Our only connections are the thin tethers of the Quantum Entanglement Communicator (QEC). These precarious devices bridge the vast distances with near-instantaneous communication, but provide only enough bandwidth to the ancient relay hub for simple, plain-text messaging.

My ship is the Space Beagle and my protagonist, E. Grosvenor, is a Nexialist. (hat tip to A.E. VanVogt) I am not sure exactly what lies ahead but I am sure that bug eyed monsters and other dangerous aliens will be involved.

So fun!

There are many other ships communicating with the SOL System and each other using the Quantum Entanglement Communicator. So I have a lot to learn about mankinds greatest adventure, the journey to the stars, all in plaintext.

Here's the link. https://cosmic.voyage/