FRE:SH COOL & MELLOW 01 (394 minutes – 8 albums)

Six and a half hours of newly released melodious, soul & jazzy albums. : Bill Laurance . KING . Ed Motta . Nicolas Bearde . De Phazz . Hidden Jazz Quartett . DJ Cam Quartet . Radare . . .

Bill Laurance – Aftersun

The Snarky Puppy‘s pianist with his colleagues Michael League and Robert Sput Searight plus New Orleans percussionist Weedie Braihma.

KING – We Are King,

Twins Paris and Amber Strother and musical sister Anita Bias are KING and this is their debut album

Ed Motta – Perpetual Gateways

Produced by Kemau Kenyatta (Gregory Porter) with Patrice Rushen and Greg Phillinganes (kb), Hubert Laws (fl), Marvin ‘Smitty’ Smith (d), Tony Dumas (b) and Charles Owens (s). On Must Have Jazz

Nicolas Bearde – Invitation

The relaxed phrasing and depth of feeling that Bearde brings to … Produced by Nat Adderley Jr.

De Phazz – Private

On Content Records. Downtempo jazz with German-Austrian producer Peter “Pit” Baumgartner,

Hidden Jazz Quartett – Raw and Cooked

On Agogo Records. Produced by Christian Decker (Fury In The Slaughterhouse) and featuring Bajka from Bonobo and Omar.

DJ Cam Quartet – The Soulshine Session

Parisian maestro DJ Cam goes funky & jazzy

Radare – Im Argen

Slow, smoky, introspective and lean, this is the sound of dark jazz clubs, stolen glances and dropped cigarettes, burning themselves out in the shadowed streets. (Richard Allen)

Credit : Hues of Mellow – Photo Brian Murphy

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