Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Jazz Mine No.14 Saturday 11th. July 2015 from 5 to 6PM on dublincityfm.ie or 103.2 FM in Dublin.
Play list Jazz Mine No. 14 Saturday 11th. July 2015 from 5 to 6PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM
1. Folsom Prison Blues ( 6.41 ) - Joel Harrison - CD Free Country joelharrison.com
2008 RELEASE & BY REQUEST
2. Wave ( 4.10 ) - Rosinha De Valenca / Flavio Faria - CD Mellow Jazz A Collection Of Smooth Grooves deltamusic.co.uk
3. South Hemisphere ( 6.22 ) - Claudio Scolari Project - CD South Hemisphere claudioscolari.com
4. Byrd House ( 6.18 ) - Miles Davis with Donald Byrd - CD Mellow Jazz A Collection Of Smooth Grooves deltamusic.co.uk
LONG SHOT - Ryan Truesdell
5. Easy Living Medley / Easy Living / Everything Happens To Me / Moon Dreams ( 9.41 ) - Ryan Truesdell - CD Ryan Truesdell Presents Gil Evans Project : Live At Jazz Standard bluenote.com / ArtistShare
6. Barbara Allen ( 2.53 ) - Eden MacAdam Somer - CD My First Love Song fiddlegarden.net
7. Midnight Sun ( 6.00 ) - Al Jarreau & The Metropole Orkest Live - CD Al Jarreau & The Metropole Orkest Live concordmusicgroup.com
8. Gretel ( 4.18 ) - Snarky Puppy & The Metropole Orkest - CD Sylva Impulse / Universal Records
9. C'Est Magnifique ( 3.38 ) - Dixirella - dixirella.com
HOTTER THAN JULY Sunday 19th. July 2015 Meeting House Square Temple Bar Dublin from 2PM FREE EVERYBODY WELCOME
In association with Big Bang Festival of Rhythm & Dublin City Council
Enjoy a kaleidoscope of music and rhythm from around the world celebrating the cultural diversity of Dublin city and its communities, with a festival atmosphere and vibrant music from South America, Africa, Eastern Europe and Ireland.
A FREE daytime event in the heart of Dublin city, everyone welcome!
An authentic Cuban music sound from Conor Guilfoyle's high-octane 9-piece band, guaranteed to get you grooving.
Merging traditional Irish tunes with 90’s hip-hop, fusing vocal beatbox, Irish jigs and reels and hip hop grooves with world music rhythms and harmonies.
An exciting new multicultural percussion project from Eamonn Cagney, performing original music, influenced by African, Caribbean and Gaelic rhythms.
An exciting septet borrowing freely from the rich traditions of Eastern Europe's gypsy and Jewish diasporas with their own Irish jazz flavour.
Live percussive performances of ‘samba batucada’, bringing the energy, rhythm and vibe of Rio carnival to the streets of Ireland.
Big Bang Festival's African dance and drumming workshops will lead to a spectacular Finale on this day of buoyant beats
Thursday 16th July : JJ Smyths Aungier Street Dublin 2. ORGANICS with special guests Doors 8.30pm (Music 9pm) - Adm €10
Hammond organ trio - Organics began performing and composing professionally as a group in 1997. During this time they performed as the jam-session house band at the Cork International jazz festival. They have played extensively throughout Ireland and Internationally. Organics features musicians, Justin Carroll (Hammond Organ), John Moriarty (Guitar) and Kevin Brady (Drums) they will be performing at JJ’s on Thursday the 16th of July…
The night will also feature some very special guests & friends...
In 2001, the trio were invited to play as the support group to Gil Scott-Heron in Vicar Street, Dublin. They were critically acclaimed for their performance with Saxophonist Bobby Watson (Art Blakey + The Jazz Messengers) at the 2004 Cork Jazz festival. In addition to this, Organics have opened for leading International groups such as Swedish piano trio E.S.T, the legendary Herbie Hancock’s ‘Headhunters’ and electronic pioneer Bugge Wesseltoft at The 2005 Bud Rising Festival
Drawing on influences from The Blues to the American songbook to a unique blend of soul and groove, this modern Hammond Organ trio perform an original mix of improvised music. Organics have a distinguished – and varied – jazz lineage, including a swinging format with an infectious beat.
Listen at Wellington
Friday 17th of July at 7pm
The Wellington Baggot St. Dublin 4 Show Map
Miriam and band will bring their unique flavour of dark, gothic folk.
Miriam Ingram (Vocals and Guitar), Colin J Morris (Bass and Piano), Diolmhain Ingram-Roche (Electric Guitar and Vocals), Carol Keogh (Vocals), Sinéad Martin (Vocals)
Exploration with equipment of a similar age as himself: a Fender Rhodes, analog synthesizer, ring modulator and tape delay.
Poetry and Parody.
Chris Engel trio
New Jazz from: Chris Engel (saxohone), Cormac O’Brien (bass) & Shane O’donavan (drums).
Greg Felton and Dave Rock
Expect lyrical fireworks, passionate performance, and music that goes places it didn’t expect to. Greg Felton (piano) and Dave Rock (poet).
Cathal Roche and Izumi Kimura
Roche-Kimura will perform a sequence of short improvised duets, adopting pages from the 'I Ching' or 'Chinese Book of Changes' as compositional blueprints, weaving listeners into the liminal fabric of their performance through Roche's deep fundamental tones and saxophone multi-phonics and Kimura's rippling dance of harmonics and melodic streams