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    Do you guy listen to music when you work? Well, this was kind of inspired while listening to a lounge jazz with all the persussions and saxaphones. emmm....

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    right now am hooked on nora jones! hhaha my work is studying so thats what i listen to when i study

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    Originally posted by punscum
    right now am hooked on nora jones! hhaha my work is studying so thats what i listen to when i study
    That's nice. I think music is important in expecially creative work. Music is life and if you can't appreciate music, you can't appreciate life. And if you can't appreciate life, you can't appreciate things like photography. Jazz helps alot. Especially bossa nova.

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    Originally posted by excentrique
    Do you guy listen to music when you work? Well, this was kind of inspired while listening to a lounge jazz with all the persussions and saxaphones. emmm....

    wooo.....so u like jazz alot ???

    same here..... i like jazz alot....and teach some jazz stuff ...

    so what kind of jazz u like beside bossanova ?? i like mainstream/swing....funk.....fusion.... but not really like acid

    -Andre

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    Originally posted by andre



    wooo.....so u like jazz alot ???

    same here..... i like jazz alot....and teach some jazz stuff ...

    so what kind of jazz u like beside bossanova ?? i like mainstream/swing....funk.....fusion.... but not really like acid

    -Andre
    Wow we have a jazz teacher here.
    Yep..some general jazz like mile davis etc.. lounge jazz and smooth jazz sometimes for a change. I started from bossa nova first. Always wanted to play bossa well on my guitar. Starting to pick up Corcorvado on guitar. Hahaha..

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    BTW anybody like Buena Vista social club?

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    Buena Vista social club Ibrahim & CO is the best! i like old jazz too, Ella, Bille, Loius, got brass on my sound system.

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    I like pizzicato 5
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    Tried MP3.com? They have alot of nice free stuff down there. Good place to source jazz music.

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    Originally posted by excentrique


    Wow we have a jazz teacher here.
    Yep..some general jazz like mile davis etc.. lounge jazz and smooth jazz sometimes for a change. I started from bossa nova first. Always wanted to play bossa well on my guitar. Starting to pick up Corcorvado on guitar. Hahaha..

    not a real teacher lah....

    just give some private lesson on Bass....since i'm like jazz alot...got study from musician when in indonesia...so i transfer my knowledge to some of my student who interested ....

    so maybe we can form clubsnap big band....or jazz band...and jam session together

    -Andre

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    is david benoit, lee ritenour consider jazz (or fusion jazz)?
    actually I started with sadao watanabe

    btw, I'm looking for GRP live session CD. Its rather old already. I wonder if anyone could let me know if they seen the CD or VCD in the shops. I love Lee Ritenour playing Dolphin Dreams with the electronic guitar only available in the live session CD. so dreamy, so relaxing ....

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    i love acid jazz.

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    Sonny Rollins. Ella ... Monk and no Kenny G thanks.

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    Originally posted by tonski
    i love acid jazz.

    incognito

    tried 'AIR'? Moon safari

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    Originally posted by phero-man
    Sonny Rollins. Ella ... Monk and no Kenny G thanks.

    YEp, kenny's out.

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    Originally posted by andre



    not a real teacher lah....

    just give some private lesson on Bass....since i'm like jazz alot...got study from musician when in indonesia...so i transfer my knowledge to some of my student who interested ....

    so maybe we can form clubsnap big band....or jazz band...and jam session together

    -Andre
    Hey sounds great but I'm worried that my guitar's gonna turn you guys off. Too lousy to play for performance.

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    i'm more into rock.

    rock +rap+hip hop also can, for example red hot chiliy pepper.

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    Originally posted by zOOm
    is david benoit, lee ritenour consider jazz (or fusion jazz)?
    actually I started with sadao watanabe

    btw, I'm looking for GRP live session CD. Its rather old already. I wonder if anyone could let me know if they seen the CD or VCD in the shops. I love Lee Ritenour playing Dolphin Dreams with the electronic guitar only available in the live session CD. so dreamy, so relaxing ....
    wow...... never realized we got alot of jazz lover here....

    yes Lee ritenour and david benoit are jazz player, but for david sometime he make songs for movie...so his touch little bit pop-jazz.... but Lee is my favorite guitarist ...and also joe pass....

    my fav pianist is Bob james and joe sample...

    -Andre

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    have anyone of u tried group called "TOWER OF POWER"

    this is a groove-soul music......its very very groove....but with soul touch.....

    one of my fav bass player is playing with TOWER OF POWER...

    i have some collection of VCD and C of Lee....maybe we can share....

    -Andre

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    Originally posted by ninelives
    i'm more into rock.

    rock +rap+hip hop also can, for example red hot chiliy pepper.
    then u may try Jazz-rock ....such as Casiopea (japan)...but its all instrumental...

    -Andre

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