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Jazz Club

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  • Formed: Feb 1, 2013
  • This is a group for all Jazz and Chess lovers, who like to play chess against each other or other groups. About Jazz. This group wants to be a place where you can find out and share new or forgotten Artists you like!!

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  • thanks for your reply , yes , I believe sandoval gonne be great , youtube clips , I like a lot

    by barefootprimadonna 41 hours ago

  • this Aturo "youtube clip" has the most views i have ever seen in jazz :) he can play soo fast AND STAY COOL. not like the fast bebop wich is abstract/ random tones to me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1nOfbQ_GwU

    by j-pax 2 days ago

  • wow Arturo Sandoval's trumpet is great! I envy you Bett!

    by el_ekeko 2 days ago

  • You are so lucky Bett! That is sure to be an incredible performance. Check out this performance by Arturo Sandoval. he is an amazing musician: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xS63wTWafmM

    by no_takeback_jak 2 days ago

  • i saw some youtube live concerts he not only plays virtuoso trumpet but also percussion (with a Cuban twist) it looked like a BIG party !! i am sure you are going to enjoy it :)

    by j-pax 3 days ago

  • I will see next week arturo sandoval in miami , anyone knows him ??

    by barefootprimadonna 3 days ago

  • We have a challenge from a blues group ... for people who missed the message, you can register with the following link; we can use some more players ..... http://www.chess.com/groups/team_match?id=486678

    by j-pax 2 weeks ago

  • you are right the list goes on and on .... but many of my favorites used to play in Duke Ellinton's Band or with Count Basie ... i look for players who learned to swing in those bigbands and then went solo with a small group.

    by j-pax 3 weeks ago

  • my google did not realy give a clear result for "Songcraft" do you have a good link?? it sounds interesting !! about jazz i like all kinds of jazz but lately i listen to the bluesy kind because the chord-progressions are more simple and i can follow it.... and relax i'll post an example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqJsw83lAqs

    by j-pax 3 weeks ago

  • Instead, I'll keep it more general and say from a strictly all out impressive performance acumen..well there will never be another charlie parker. ANd now im rambling so ill just list names without why: sonny rollins, hank jones, Pat methany..umm ahh too many

    by Mysound 3 weeks ago

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