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Jazz Is Dead 10 (Remixes)

Jazz Is Dead 10 (Remixes)
Jazz Is Dead 10 (Remixes)Jazz Is Dead 10 (Remixes)




2x Vinyl LP 45 RPM Album Limited Edition Stereo



Release date

Mar 21, 2022


The popular Jazz Is Dead series has put out a wealth of killer tunes headed up by Adrian Younge and now a bunch of them get revisited for this special remix album. It reads like a who's who of contemporary jazz players and opens with none other than broken beat maestro Kadi Tatham. His take on Marcos Valle's 'Gotta Love Again' is a real joy, while there are low fi beat delights from Pink Sifu, chopped up sounds from Cut Chemist and a gloriously sunny and upbeat version of Doug Carn's 'Windfall' by Natureboy Flako who produced Fatima's excellent last album.

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Marcos Valle - Gotta Love Again (Kaidi Tatham Remix)


Roy Ayers - Soulful & Unique (Pink Siifu Remix)


Brian Jackson - Nancy Wilson (Shigeto Remix)


Azymuth - Quiet Storm (Akili Remix)


Gary Bartz - Soulsea (Cut Chemist Remix)


Doug Carn - Windfall (Natureboy Flako Remix)


The Midnight Hour - Jazz Is Dead (Georgia Anne Muldrow Geemix)


João Donato - Desejo De Amor (Akili Remix)


João Donato - Liaisons (Dibiase Remix)


Azymuth - Redor Do Samba (DJ Spinna Remix)

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