Blue Note Remixed, Vol. 1. Release Date.
Mark de Clive-Lowe, Brandon Combs, Brandon Eugene Owens, Carlos Niño, Josh Johnson. Live At The Blue Whale. Mark de Clive-Lowe, Ray Barretto, Bobby Valentín, Joe Bataan. Take the Space Trane. Mark de Clive-Lowe, The Rotterdam Jazz Orchestra. Dance Box Album Sampler 4 EP. Mark de Clive-Lowe, Drumagick, Zulu Nation. Get Started Remix EP. Mark de Clive-Lowe. Aforemention Remixed. Tru Thoughts Covers, Vol. 2. Robert Luis. 2015 Compiled by Robert Luis.
In stock now for same day shipping. The legendary Blue Note revisited in the most mindboggling, refreshing way: Mark De Clive Lowe struck creative gold with this alchemic homage. Laced, spaced and placed together with studio machinery and recorded in one take, the mix deconstructs the Blue Note ethos and rebuilds it in his own widescreen, floor-focused, freeform style.
Mark de Clive-Lowe (born August 16, 1974) is a half-Japanese, half-New Zealander musician, composer and producer raised in Auckland, New Zealand, now based in Los Angeles, California. Born in Auckland, New Zealand, de Clive-Lowe was raised bi-culturally by his Japanese mother and New Zealander father. He started learning piano at age 4 and developed an in interest in jazz through his father's record collection and oldest brother's own piano playing.
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Mark De Clive-Lowe - Blue Note Remixed Volume 1. Back to Overview. Blue Note Remixed Part 2. 20:50.
Wynton’s album Black Codes literally changed my life when I heard it. It’s the baddest of the baddest jazz players of that generation - Branford Marsalis, Kenny Kirkland, Jeff Watts - playing balls-to-the-wall modern jazz, inspired by 60s Miles but taking that sound forward into their own generation. I just fell in love with how hip it sounds and how hard it swings and grooves. These tracks are both from my Blue Note Remixed Vo. project - a live one-take mixtape peformance remixing Blue Note records samples on the fly. There’s multiple inspirations here - the artists of the original samples, the hip hop artists who sampled them (Brand Nubian, De La Soul, amongst others), adding my boy John Robinson from Scienz Of Life on rhymes, paying homage to hip hop’s 90s golden age.