Thanks! And I'm honored to be a hashtag #jazzaria 😁
I'm slightly addicted to buying musical toys, and decided instead of having endless unpublished drafts I'd set a schedule and release stuff.
I kind of find the concept of "genre" arbitrary, and so I just play with what I have and hear. This makes my music hard to box (and sell), but I'm happy you enjoy it and intend to keep on making it regularly and for the foreseeable future 🎶
Tomorrow for my jazz piano stream I'll play "Waltz For Debby", and some other things. Tune in, and #requests welcome!
Feet lack eyes - thus being underfoot and underseen are often intimately related. Noise blinds, insomuch as it obfuscates signal, and blundering ahead regardless will only flatten the situation further.
Featuring electric bass, guitars, synthesizer, drums, stomping, and shouting.
I will still stream tonight, but a bit later - seeing if I can set up restream to hit Twitch but also @basspistol so I can properly federate my live music as well 😀
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Featuring orchestra, piano, organ, drums, synthesizer, and female voice.
I'll do my live piano stream tomorrow. Will definitely still improvise and jazz it up, but feel like playing "H in New England" as well (hat tip @pianoforte for introducing me to it).
So, expect to hear that - possibly multiple times 😃
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This contrafact John Coltrane's "Naima" features flute, tenor saxophone, upright bass, drums, electric guitar, piano, and backing horns.
Quick as a whip, sharp as a tack - like finding a needle in a haystack. Let the chips fall where they may and let the cat out of the bag - easier to do than say!
Featuring vibraphone, clarinet, horns, and a jazz quartet of drums, upright bass, electric guitar, and piano.
Fresh libre music - piano live streaming, and a new CC-licensed track released every Sunday at jazzaria.com
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