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Various - Respect Overdue Vol. 3 (Australian 70's Jazz, Funk, Soul & Soundtrack Music) download mp3 album
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Respect Overdue Vol. 3 (Australian 70's Jazz, Funk, Soul & Soundtrack Music)
Style:
Funk, Soul, Soul-Jazz, Soundtrack
Released:
2006
Country:
Australia & New Zealand
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1350 mb
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1264 mb
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1660 mb
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Respect Overdue Vol. 3 (Australian 70's Jazz, Funk, Soul & Soundtrack Music) ‎(CD, Comp). Basement Digs, Octave. BDCD1021, OTLCD-1067.

Funk, Soul 4,946,917.

Jazz was also used in movies during the 70s to create authentic-sounding and sometimes nostalgic musical backdrops for period dramas, exemplified by Jerry Goldsmith’s evocative score to Polanski’s Chinatown, set in the 30s, and David Shire’s music for the 40s detective thriller, Farewell, My Lovely. What follows is our countdown of the 25 best jazz soundtracks that you should own. This list doesn’t claim to be definitive, but it nevertheless spotlights some of the best jazz soundtracks out there. 25: Various: Whiplash (2014). Actor JK Simmons deservedly won an Academy Award for his compelling portrait of a bullying music teacher who drives an obsessive first-year drum student to the edge of a breakdown in his pursuit of perfection.

A soundtrack album is any album that incorporates music directly recorded from the soundtrack of a particular feature film or television show. The first such album to be commercially released was Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the soundtrack to the film of the same name, in 1938. The first soundtrack album of a film's orchestral score was that for Alexander Korda's 1942 film Jungle Book, composed by Miklós Rózsa.

Genre: Soul, Funk, Disco.

In that respect, it was fairly similar to soul-jazz, but where soul-jazz was often content to lay back in the groove, jazz-funk drove forward with a stronger, more pronounced backbeat, as well as a more explicit devotion to the Stax/Volt brand of soul music (sometimes reflected in cover versions of popular soul hits). Many early jazz-funk artists were organists, like Lonnie Smith, Reuben Wilson, Charles Earland, and Jack McDuff (some of whom crossed freely between jazz-funk and soul-jazz); other key figures included saxophonist Eddie Harris and vibraphonist Roy Ayers. Fusion could encompass a greater variety of moods and influences, whereas jazz-funk was always marked by its devotion to R&B, and maintained the upbeat, celebratory vibe of funk.

Album · 2009 · 13 Songs. Jazz and 70s. Various Artists. Jazz and 80s - Part Two. The Cooltrane Quartet.

Tracklist

The Life Organisation Pink Steamroller 2:37
Billy Burton Name Of The Game 2:37
Al Styne Vehicle 2:28
Pyramid Song For Bobby 6:01
Tony Gould Brown 3:07
Charlie Munro Integrations 10:17
The Trio Feelin' Feline 4:55
Masters Apprentices* Rio De Camero 3:20
Crossfire Nobody Nose 7:39
Brian Brown Quintet December Dance 8:38
Helen Reddy Hit The Road Jack 2:18
The Ted Vining Trio Number One 7:57
Don Lane Ain't No Sunshine 3:14
Tony Ansell Softly As In A Morning Sunrise 5:46

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BDCD1021 Various Respect Overdue Vol. 3 (Australian 70's Jazz, Funk, Soul & Soundtrack Music) ‎(CD, Comp) Basement Digs BDCD1021 Australia & New Zealand 2006
BDCD1021, OTLCD-1067 Various Respect Overdue Vol. 3 (Australian 70's Jazz, Funk, Soul & Soundtrack Music) ‎(CD, Comp) Basement Digs, Octave BDCD1021, OTLCD-1067 Japan 2006