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1. SHAKEY JAKE & FRAKSURE - MOUSE TRAP ( Disjointed Textured Audio)

SHAKEY JAKE & FRAKSURE - MOUSE TRAP ( Disjointed Textured Audio)

DISJOINTED TEXTURES AUDIO https://soundcloud.com/disjointedtextures SHAKEY JAKE https://www.facebook.com/shakey.jake.338 FRAKSURE https://soundcloud.com/fraksure

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2. Shelter me (Tab Benoit)

Shelter me (Tab Benoit)

me having a bit of fun practising

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3. Shakey Jake - Alot *OUT NOW*

Shakey Jake - Alot *OUT NOW*

Shakey Jake - Alot *OUT NOW*

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4. tune

tune

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5. traumatik

traumatik

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7. Tunage!

Tunage!

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8. Brockout and Shakey Jake - I'v Done All I Can

Brockout and Shakey Jake - I'v Done All I Can

2011 Dub Unsigned

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9. SHAKEY JAKE - RICKY SPANISH (FREE DOWNLOAD)

SHAKEY JAKE - RICKY SPANISH (FREE DOWNLOAD)

https://www.facebook.com/shakey.jake.338

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10. SHAKEY JAKE & HEEDLESS - HEEDLACK (FREE DOWNLOAD)

SHAKEY JAKE & HEEDLESS - HEEDLACK (FREE DOWNLOAD)

Shakey Jake DnB - Facebook Page Shakey Jake Profile www.facebook.com/shakey.jake.338

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11. "Shakey Jake"- Joe McPhee (clip)

  • Published: 2013-10-25T19:49:24Z
  • By cvsd

In 1970, multi-instrumentalist Joe McPhee waxed one of the landmark free-funk records: Nation Time. Recorded in concert at Vassar College and originally released on McPhee's own CjR label, Nation Time culled elements of post-Coltrane spiritual jazz, greasy organ funk, and expressive R&B into a previously unknown brand of Poughkeepsie stew. When the LP was finally reissued on CD a dozen years ago, it became an instant hit, drawing fans from the British soul scene and denizens of free jazz alike, introducing a new generation to Mr. McPhee's powerful statement, still brimming with sweat and humanity thirty years after its birth. After working on it for five years, Corbett vs. Dempsey is proud to release Nation Time: The Complete Recordings, a deluxe 4-disc box set featuring all the music leading up to and around the seminal LP. With 17 tracks previously unreleased on CD, most of which have never been issued at all, the set provides an expansive picture of the vibrant up-state NY free jazz/new thing scene, centered as it was on Joe McPhee. Lavishly packaged, with a booklet containing an extensive conversation between John Corbett and Joe McPhee and many previously unpublished photographs, Nation Time: The Complete Recordings also helps contextualize the original LP, exploring the special milieu in which tracks like “Shaky Jake” and “Scorpio's Dance” took shape. Along with the LP, complete and re-mastered, Nation Time: The Complete Recordings presents additional tracks recorded during the original 2-day performances in December 1970, including a version of James Brown's “Cold Sweat,” as well as the full LP Black Magic Man, which was released on vinyl as the very first issue of the fledgling Hat Hut record label in 1975, but has never been reissued on CD. Two fascinating concert recordings from 1969 are released here for the first time, one featuring McPhee on trumpet playing jazz standards including “My Funny Valentine,” “Milestones,” and “Bag's Groove,” and the other, recorded at a local bar called the Paddock, including the first incarnation of what would become the track “Nation Time.” This box set cuts direct to the heart of 1970s jazz-funk expression, with all the passion, intrigue, and tenderness the world has come to expect from Joe McPhee. Here it is in all its germinal, previously unheard glory. What time is it? You know what time it is. Once again, it's Nation Time!

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12. Shakey Jake

Shakey Jake

Shakey Jake by Emily Francis Trio Performed live at Rimshot Studio, Kent. Buy a physical copy of the Emily Francis Trio album "The Absent" and receive a code to download the full EP "New Town" for free. More details at www.emilyfrancismusic.com Emily Francis - Piano Trevor Boxall - Bass Liam Waugh - Drums Recording & Mix Engineer - Mike Thorne Videographer & Director - Andy Platts Camera Crew - Katia Kush & Ben Carrick Mastering Engineer - Darren T. Jennings

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