Jazz Underground Gets Whacked Out

This installment of Notes From The Jazz Underground features the playlist based on the October 25th show.

We're falling a bit behind here on recapping these playlists, this one was the last show before Halloween, so it kicked off with a jazz version of "Thriller" by organist Joey DeFrancesco.

Fun fact.  Did you know the Page McConnell led supergroup, Vida Blue, have no tracks available on Spotify?  It's true!

The rest of the list gets pretty whacked out.  Bollywood.  Thievery Corp.  Tricky.  Bad-ass guitarist Wayne Krantz.  As usual, really pushing the limits of what qualifies as jazz. The Stan Getz tune is really happening. The band is essentially Return to Forever with Getz playing sax instead of Joe Farrell.

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Track Artist Album
Thriller Joey DeFrancesco Never Can Say Goodbye
Ballero/Lonely Feelin War War Live
Fresh Tube Vida Blue Vida Blue
Physics & Magic Wally Schnalle Physics & Magic
Happiness Is Being Together Shakti featuring John McLaughlin Natural Elements
Koi Aaya Aane Bhi De Asha Bhosle Beginner's Guide to Bollywood Volume 2
Sol Tapado Thievery Corporation Red Hot + Latin Redux
Nocturnal Sunshine Me'Shell Ndegeocello Stolen Moments: Red Hot + Cool
The Bends Family Groove Company The Charmer
Overtime Youngblood Brass Band Pax Volumi
La Fiesta Stan Getz Captain Marvel
Afkap Wayne Krantz 2 Drink Minimum
Boom Boom Callaloo Global Impressions
Aftermath Tricky Rebirth of the Cool Volume 2
Earlids Aaron Koppell Multiverse
Cause We've Ended As Lovers Jeff Beck Blow By Blow
Dear Prudence Algernon Charlie Changed His Mind
Actual Proof Herbie Hancock Thrust


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