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3. J. Frye and Chef Dan's PC Florida - "Pass It All Around"

  • Published: 2012-04-04T21:52:21Z
  • By kreephaus
J. Frye and Chef Dan's PC Florida -

Recorded in Single Takes at Le Wallet on April 4, 2012 "Take a hit, take a puff, take a trip, light it up, light it down & pass it all around Smoke some air, smoke some weed, smoke some dust, smoke some cream, smoke a dream, & pass it all around... hold it in, let it out before you pass out you gotta do it again & pass it all around *take a rip, take a nip, take a dip, take a sip, take a chip & pass em all around" *Final Verse Written by Mike C. Etten

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5. 02 - Yung Envious - Designer Feat J Frye

02 - Yung Envious - Designer Feat J Frye

another fire banger off my new project feat my bro J Frye enjoy

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6. 08 - Yung Envious - 8 Blunts Feat J Frye Prod By Pilot Beats

08 - Yung Envious - 8 Blunts Feat J Frye Prod By Pilot Beats

Opening Song for the year we decided to make another weed song 22 nation 8 blunts for you stoners enjoy

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8. The A.M.P. #9: J. Frye

  • Published: 2018-09-03T22:50:28Z
  • By Al Mega
The A.M.P. #9: J. Frye

Al Mega chats with Indie Hip-Hop Artist, Writer, Producer, Videographer and more... J. Frye. Listen in to get insight to this amazing up-and-coming artist from Mass. We also have a clip of his newest track that will be off his Debut EP! Listen now..... Follow J. Frye at: Twitter: @Audiboyz1990 YT: & Spinrilla: If you're interested in working with J. Frye, email him at: [email protected] Host: Al Mega: @TheRealAlMega Show: The AMP: @AlMegaPodcast / Soundcloud: Network: Facebook: Twitter: @UndercoverCapes *Beat used in intro and outro: The Passion HiFi – Untouchable (Free use beat from Soundcloud) **NEW The AMP Logo Design by Paul Louise-Julie

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9. Most Certainly

Most Certainly

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10. Robbie Frye ft Aaron Williams - Came in on a Thursday

Robbie Frye ft Aaron Williams - Came in on a Thursday

Robbie Frye ft Aaron Williams

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11. Silver Lining

Silver Lining

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12. Clarinet Sonata, mvmt. 2 - Lazily

Clarinet Sonata, mvmt. 2 - Lazily

Performed by John Yeh and Nozomi Khudyev More info: Program notes: The Sonata for Clarinet and Piano came about through a discussion with John Bruce Yeh, Assistant Principal Clarinetist with the Chicago Symphony. I first got to know John through the collaborative effort to co-commission and premiere at Ravinia (the CSO summer home) my “Devil’s Tale”, sequel to Stravinsky’s “Soldier’s Tale”. I did not know at the time John’s fervor for new music and collaboration, but it was due to that revelation that the idea of a clarinet sonata sprung up. Together we put the word out that we’d like to co-create a new work, and much to our delight, 25 clarinetists (listed below) pledged their support to the sonata project. The piece was initially to be premiered in the spring of 2016, but John got an invitation to do a recital at Interlochen Arts Center in November of 2015. Interlochen is where I spent 7 summers, 3 school-years, and 2 years teaching (trumpet), and I knew that this was an opportunity to not let slip by – for artistic and personal reasons – so it was time to get to work. I wrote the work in the last 2 weeks of October, handed the score off to John and the very accomplished accompanist at Interlochen, Nozomi Khudyev, and let them do the rest! The music: The sonata is in four movements, but with a twist. It is at its core a typical 3-movement sonata – fast-slow-fast. But due to John’s exemplary E-flat clarinet playing, which I have so often witnessed at CSO concerts, I decided to offer an optional movement (Interlude) for clarinetists to play on E-flat clarinet only if they so choose. The first movement offers both lyrical and technical opportunities in a mostly tuneful exploration of D minor. As to be expected, the clarinet and piano converse back and forth, and my personal bent toward jazz-inflected harmonies reveals its head once again. This continues in the second movement – now in G minor – the most personal and introspective movement of the sonata – where lyricism and beauty preside over a mixed-meter. The optional Interlude – still in G minor – provides brief relief from the surrounding movements. Subtitled “Jam-Bourrée”, it is a cross between baroque counterpoint, and somewhat bi-tonal relationships. The final movement opens with confused frenzy amongst the performers, before materializing into the main melodic material, again infused with mixed-meter grooves. Many themes of the sonata are restated, before the final buildup drives to a literal high-pitched resolution in G major. It is with much pride that I am able to add this work to the clarinet repertoire. I am so thankful to all who helped the project come to fruition. Therefore, it is with humble gratitude that I list them below. Thank you all! Jim Stephenson; November, 2015 Dr. Elizabeth Aleksander – Asst. Professor of Music, University of Tennessee at Martin Aaron Alter Gabrielle Baffoni – Southeast Missouri State University Dr. Patrick K. Carney – Limestone College Daniel Coombs Erik Franklin Christa J. Frye Jennifer Gerth – Principal of the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra Tammy Gibson Myroslava Hagen – Instructor of clarinet David Hattner – Music Director, Portland Youth Philharmonic Sandra Jackson – Eastern Michigan University Anne Kleve Steven Lipsitt William Kaufman, in honor of his 90th birthday Dr. Thomas M. Parchman – Principal Clarinet, Portland (ME) Symphony; Prof. of clarinet, University of Southern Maine Christopher Nichols – University of Delaware Sheri L. Rolf, MD – Great Falls Symphony Kevin Schempf David Shifrin Andrew Sprung – Hillsdale College James Sullivan John P. Varineau – Grand Rapids, MI John Warren John Yeh

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13. 09 - Yung Envious - You Already Know Feat J Frye Prod By Ace Beats

09 - Yung Envious - You Already Know Feat J Frye Prod By Ace Beats

this is that Joint Title says it all feat Jfrye enjoy this waistcoats style heat Produced by Ace Beats

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