Where Does The Sun Go At Night? A Deep Jazz Mix

Where Does The Sun Go At NightWhen we are not spinning funky stuff, we listen to jazz records. All kinds of jazz records. For a long time though, we’ve been really into deeper jazz cuts. A mix between spiritual jazz, free jazz, and stuff that we would like to classify as “out there”. There is something special about the music, the players, the back story of each artist and the songs they play. It’s been a while since we did a straight up jazz mix, so we combined mostly early 70’s experimental stuff with one cut from a guy who embodies the same mind state as these cats in the present day. To us, there is nothing better than a song that takes you off to another place, another time, or another astral plane. it removes you from your present state and allows you to listen. Here are a dozen deep jazz cuts for your listening pleasure. Sometimes funky, sometimes free, these tunes were meant to be listened to and heard. So if you can hear what we’re saying, let us know. The mix is 100% vinyl and done all live and in one take. Please enjoy and pass to a friend if you dig what you hear.

Where Does The Sun Go At Night?: Vinyl Explorations In Jazz Track List

Bobby Hutcherson – Ummmh
Leon Thomas – The Creator Has A Master Plan
Roswell Rudd – Maiden Voyage
Dave Pike – Big Schlepp
Lonnie Liston Smith – Expansions
African Roots of Jazz – The Healer/ Don’t Break
John Patton – Captain Nasty
Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett – Grow Your Own
Yesterday’s New Quintet – Rugged Tranquility
Herbie Hancock – Sansho Shima
Pharoah Sanders – Astral Traveling
The Last Poets – In Time And Space

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