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post #16 of 22
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Good point

post #17 of 22

Listening to Spiritual State in the dead of night. Amazing :) I really love the song "Waiting for the Clouds."

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Listening to Spiritual State in the dead of night. Amazing :) I really love the song "Waiting for the Clouds."

I know it's all wonderful!

 

The Tribute albums r great to actually!

post #19 of 22

Hey, I think you guys would be interested in this guy; he's a friend of mine and a pretty awesome composer, who's inspired by nujabes. You should check him out and support him!

 

Here's his song he made in memory in nujabes:

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OBpNEzX3R8&feature=plcp

 

He gives his music away for free at http://soulostar.bandcamp.com and he even offers it in lossless :P. /end shameless plug


Edited by 28980 - 10/4/12 at 8:15pm
post #20 of 22
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Thank you for sharing, I'm dwnloading it now <3 my new dt 880s will enjoy this in 11 hours! I will say I did drop about $50 into some music today! Got 2 CD's and dwnloaded 7 EPS in .wav format! 

post #21 of 22

Listening to Nujabes on this christmas eve just really takes me back to when I first started listening to him in high school. Here's to you bro, we all miss you.

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As a drummer I've long been fascinated by the potential of hip hop, but until recently most of what I'd been exposed to was only really mainstream or gangsta type stuff, which I find obnoxious. Lately I'm finally starting to discover stuff that I can get into. I wish there were more live musicians, namely acoustic drummers, doing similar types of music as well. The rhythmic possibilities of jazz and hip hop together are just boundless and tickle my fancy to no end.

 

 

Duly noted, haha.

 

 

 

Yes, I knew. frown.gif Further reasons for me to be upset with our horribly designed cities and transportation systems. One thing I'm not straight on though is how exactly do you pronounce his name (not his real one)? I've been assuming in my head that one would use Japanese pronunciation.

 if you like jazzy type hip hop you have alotttt to look forward to lol

 

 

look into guru's jazzmatazz series but stop after his third, you might not even enjoy his third that much now that i think about it, so focus on the first 2

 

mc solaar is a french rapper who specializes over rapping over jazz influenced records

 

the roots and stetasonic are hip hop bands that use live instrumentation and percussion that you might also be into, not really jazz tho, also be on the lookout for alot of pete rock produced records, he has a penchant for using horns and such which i think you would like

 

also more along the lines of nujabes you could try fat jon (who has collaborated with nujabes alot in the past) and dj okinawari 

 

edit: came back to mention a tribe called quest, digable planets & madlib's shades of blue album, el p's high water album, & miles davis & easy mo bee's doo bop album, the last 3 are actually hip hop producers who collabed with actual jazz artists and bands to create their albums, more jazz than hip hop, think jazz with a sort of hip hop twist


Edited by Dutchi MerenGue - 12/25/12 at 7:38am
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