Jazzy Chill Out

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Tyros' music is like when in my youth I waited for the next album by my favorite Jazz musicians. So I am so grateful for his backing track that oozes Jazz. I added 0:06-2:09, 3:39-4:18. There is a lot of open space.
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Jazz, Swing, Bebop, Modern Jazz, sax


Fantastic jazz club mood! Wonderful phrasing Dan! :)+1
April 22 2018 18:30:52
Itocpogo Thank You so much my friend!!! I appreciate your so kind words, Stef!! +1
fantastic sax add Dan,your sax playing reminds me so much of the early 80s when i work in a jazz club in Oslo...;););)+1
April 21 2018 15:42:59
Itocpogo Thank You so very much Slin!!! Dexter Gordon is one of my 2 all time favorite Jazz Tenor saxists. The following is Dexter in Oslo in 1978. Music starts at 2:35. Maybe this was Jazz club you played in. +1
April 22 2018 14:49:44
slin oh i didn`t play just work there haha... +1
Wonderfully relaxed, pleasantly stress-free, I like this!+1
April 17 2018 17:12:33
Itocpogo Thank You so very much,Peter! My fried, Luis is am Incredible musician an a Stupendous Jazz player!!!! +0
Cool playing, I love it! :Y+0
April 17 2018 17:11:29
Itocpogo Thank You so very much!!! +0
Dan you know how to entertain! 💕💕+1
April 17 2018 17:11:07
Itocpogo Thanks You so much, Tu!!!! I appreciate it!! +0
This is just perfect for you my jazzy friend and every time you play you ooze that wonderful jazz feel too......you always care for the music like it’s precious just playing in the right places, complimenting and enhancing so elegantly Dan you are just class my friend <3+1
April 17 2018 17:10:39
Itocpogo Thank You so very much, Peter!!! I am so humbled with your so very kind words!!! Great musicians like you create Amazing progressions and "sounds" for soloists! +0
again - fantastic playing - fantastic sound :):):)+1
April 17 2018 17:08:41
Itocpogo Thank You so much, Rene!!!! I remember in the '70s I entered a Jazz radio station Jazz contest to jam in a famous NYC jazz club with their house band! WOW... I was so scared and rightfully so, Thelonious Monk's son was in his trio. I never played such a fast blues and I held on with dear life never able to negotiate there monstrous syncopated beat changes!!! I was not surprised I did not win or place in in top 10. +1
April 17 2018 18:20:47
abuitremorem I admire that you have participated in such competitions. Sometimes, such a "negative experience" for the whole life positively shaping, even if you do not see that at the moment. I imagine that you too were influenced by it.:) +0
Very nice play. Reminds me a little jazz house in Montreal in the 70's where I used to go.+1
April 17 2018 17:02:40
Itocpogo Thanks so much!!! Yeah... I remember the NYC jazz clubs in the '70s, so many Greats, Rollins, Getz, Basie, Ellington, Coltrane. I couldn't believe those GREAT Sounds were coming out of them right in front of me!! +2
April 17 2018 17:27:43
ROBJOL I did not see those celebrities but there were very nice jazz players.
A few years ago I was invited to a concert with Al Di Meola. We were about 30 persons in a small place and after the show I talked with him. This guy is a genius.
April 24 2018 08:19:35
anon418 I guess you must be referring to the ‘spirit’ of Coltrane....he died in 1967....his spirit lives on of course +0
The jazzy sax man!! wow so good jam Dan ;)+2
April 17 2018 16:59:17
Itocpogo Thank You very much Glez!! Luis is an Incredible musician!!! +1
A man of Jazz. All your musical influences are palpable here. Strong Atlantic identity that you have in your notes and musical rules...:) Bravo Dan !+1
April 17 2018 16:57:48
Itocpogo Thank You so very much Titi!!! I am humbled and honored with your gracious comment!! +1

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