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Jun 08, · Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Try Beta. Sign In Treasure Charnett Moffett Jazz · Preview SONG TIME Swing Street. 1. PREVIEW The Celebration. 2. PREVIEW The Things of Swing Down up Blues. 8. PREVIEW Say La La. 9. PREVIEW Treasure. PREVIEW Sound.
For Bright New Day, bassist/composer Charnett Moffett’s seventh recording for Motéma Music and 16th as a bandleader overall, the virtuoso musician spearheads a genre-transcendent program that explores a wide range of sound, style, and emotion from the lyrical “Holy Spirit” and uplifting “O My God Elohim” to the urgent funk-rock of.
For Charnett Moffett' s eleventh CD as a leader, he has chosen to play acoustic upright, but mainly electric bass guitar in settings that have a distinct Eastern Indian flavor. Surrounded by sitar, harmonium, and tabla, Moffett' s popping, funky bass melds into an ethnic fusion that also taps on American jazz or rhythm & blues.8/
Jul 03, · Charnett Moffett has just released his 11th album, Treasure, on Motéma Records as his follow-up to ’s Art of Improvisation. The album sees Moffett tear through his original compositions, varying in styles from classic jazz to East Indian and country, on fretless electric, upright, and his piccolo bass.
7) Charnett Moffett “Swing Raga” from Spirit of Sound 8) Eldar Djanigirov “Morning Bell” from Breakthrough 9) Pedro Martinez “Conciencia” from The Pedro Martinez Group 10) Rondi Charleston “DNA” from Signs of Life 11) Bob Mover “Chet’s Chum” from My Heart Tells Me 12) Joe Locke “Ain’t No Sunshine” from Lay Down My Heart.
Charnett Moffett's talent as a premier progressive jazz bassist has never been in doubt, but compositionally, his work has straddled the fence between overtly commercial, modern mainstream, and crimosinlfutabunoutropewacera.co recording, his eighth as a leader, could advance any listener's view of Moffett, as he overdubs fretless electric bass guitar, piccolo bass, and acoustic upright in a variety of.
Jazz Times Premiere – Charnett Moffett & Jana Herzen, “‘Round The World (Slow Down)” The track, written by Herzen, is a blues ballad that, the author reports, came to her in the middle of the night in New York City after returning from what she calls a “musical mystery tour” through Japan, Bali, and outback Australia in
For Charnett Moffett’s eleventh CD as a leader, he has chosen to play acoustic upright, but mainly electric bass guitar in settings that have a distinct Eastern Indian flavor. Surrounded by sitar, harmonium, and tabla, Moffett’s popping, funky bass melds into an ethnic fusion that also taps on American jazz or rhythm & blues.