Jazz The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823.html Fri, 15 Oct 2021 21:30:00 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Jazzamor - Beautiful Day (2007) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823-jazzamor/25910-jazzamor-beautiful-day-2007.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823-jazzamor/25910-jazzamor-beautiful-day-2007.html Jazzamor - Beautiful Day (2007)

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1 	Beautiful Day 	3:33
2 	Pouring Rain 	4:15
3 	Time Is Running 	4:21
4 	Ambivalent Love Song 	3:54
5 	Here And Now 	3:47
6 	Love Track 	3:23
7 	Amazing 	4:00
8 	House On A Hill 	4:48
9 	Winterrose 	3:25
10 	Transmission To Mars 	4:16
11 	Forget Yesterday 	3:59
12 	Dreamer 	6:00

Effects [Voice Effect] – Juan Peso
Flute – Lenny Mac Dowell
Guitar – Marlette
Percussion – Carlos Serrano del Rio
Piano – Roland Grosch
Trumpet – Kurt Dallaway
Viola – Cordula Wildenhain
Violin – Saskia Wildenhain
Vocals – Betina Mischke 

 

There is one thing that distinguishes the typical Jazzamor sound; it is multifaceted, can t be ascribed to any usual style and is magnificently suited to chill out to. This is also the case with their fourth album now. For Beautiful Day, Bettina Mischke and Roland Grosch formed twelve sound pearls, each shining in a different color. Latino sound, Nu Bossa with pop and jazz influences are the foremost sounds of this new production again. Beautiful Day is not a concept album, the new songs rather reflect the personal life in a positive sense for both musicians. We both have just let go of happenings in our lives, each of us managed farewells and started new beginnings, these songs are on personal levels, says singer Bettina Mischke. In comparison to the first three albums, the twelve songs from Beautiful Day were recorded in just eight weeks. This approach emerged as very intense and inspirational. As always, many of the musicians playing live on tour were also part of the studio team. ---Editorial Reviews

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Jazzamor - Lazy Sunday Afternoon (2002) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823-jazzamor/22388-jazzamor-lazy-sunday-afternoon-2002.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823-jazzamor/22388-jazzamor-lazy-sunday-afternoon-2002.html Jazzamor - Lazy Sunday Afternoon (2002)

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1 	Way Back 	4:32
2 	Childhood Dreams 	4:08
3 	Berimbou 	3:18
4 	Story of Elaine 	4:22
5 	Things We Do for Love 	4:36
6 	Save the Night 	4:31
7 	Around 'N' Around 	3:06
8 	Summertime 	4:58
9 	Mar de Paixao 	3:38
10 	Callin' Venus 	4:50
11 	Sometimes 	3:57
12 	Caminho 	3:29
13 	Fly Me to the Moon 	3:15
14 	Rastos Na Areja 	3:57
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15	Lazy Sunday Afternoon (2002) mix_MusicReboot 	56:44

Betina Mischke – Vocals
Lenny MacDowell – Flute
Jazzamor - Arranger, Primary Artist, Producer

 

Does anybody remember where and when Bossa Nova came to life? Was it Joao Gilberto, sitting in a street café with heavy hearted thoughts going through his head, when a girl with never ending legs passed him and inspired him to write the world hit “The Girl From Ipanema”?

Jazzamor discovered the Bossa Nova in the mid 90’s not in Rio, but in Frankfurt, Germany. Back then, both members were still part of a formation called '4 To The Bar', playing music of the 60’s and touring around Europe. Both musicians were ahead of musical time, because only after the late 90’s did DJ’s start playing Bossa Nova tracks again coupling the style with new grooves.

In the year 2000 the decision fell to start off as JAZZAMOR and to start working on an album in a studio. The idea was to compose own songs and not just using fragments of melodies. Their songs turned out to be a mix of old and new grooves and sound variations.

Roland Grosch, sound designer, realized that most of the time less is much more and kultivated his arrangements to the minimum. Best examples are the tracks “Summertime”, “Berimbou”, “Way Back” and “Save The Night” with an interplay of Fender Rhodes, Piano, Percussion and Vocals. It leaves the listener room to “move” and a positive and relaxing mood. The young sounding fine voice of Brigitte Mischke is like “the salt in the soup” and makes a perfect sound. Direct and genuine, clear and pure, a sound structure between Jazz and Lounge.

And so came to life the debut album “Lazy Sunday Afternoon”, transforming easy flowing music of the 60’s into the year 2002, meaning Nu Bossa and Latin Lounge! --- jazz-booking.com

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Jazzamor - Music en Vogue (2019) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823-jazzamor/26170-jazzamor-music-en-vogue-2019.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823-jazzamor/26170-jazzamor-music-en-vogue-2019.html Jazzamor - Music en Vogue (2019)

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01. Body Hunter 3:43
02. Keep in Distance 3:49
03. Time is Running 4:22
04. Tattoos 3:40
05. Pouring Rain 4:16
06. Back to the Moon 4:29
07. Fragile 3:59
08. What You Say 4:14
09. This Love 4:32
10. Story of Elaine 4:22
11. Save the Night 4:31
12. Sometimes 3:57
13. Je T'aime 5:35
14. No Evil in Mind 3:58
15. Before Too Long 3:55
16. Song of Silence 4:10
17. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 4:21
18. Caught in the Middle 5:15
19. Nuit Magique 4:16
20. Strange to Be in Paradise 15:25 

Jazzamor:
Bettina Mischke and Roland Grosch 

 

An new compilation of Jazzamor songs including two new songs

Body hunter and Keep in distance two new songs from 2019. Released on a new compilation with "en vogue" Jazzamor songs. ---jazzamor.com

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Jazzamor - Strange to Be in Paradise (2017) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823-jazzamor/21907-jazzamor-strange-to-be-in-paradise-2017.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823-jazzamor/21907-jazzamor-strange-to-be-in-paradise-2017.html Jazzamor - Strange to Be in Paradise (2017)

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01. Yonder Heights
02. Not Only in Spring
03. Tattoos
04. He's Not There
05. Time
06. Illusions
07. The Cat
08. Sunrise
09. Sommer
10. Strange to Be in Paradise
11. Lullaby

 

Love, hate, the complexities of our times lacking simple solutions – resonating in Jazzamor's question: Isn't it strange to be in Paradise?

When we sing our love songs and when we celebrate the wonderful experience of humans embracing each other in a rather mystical happening of emphatic passion, we cannot deny the fact that in each and every case there are others in fear and horror, being tortured and slaughtered for nothing but the raging passion of hate. Is it not strange to be in paradise at the same time? To live in a world where we are supported in all kinds of ways, while at the same time other humans suffer? What is there to do with this strangeness to be? We are confronted with this human contradiction whether we like it or not. We can look away, or we can face these opposing appearances of life and the questions they pose. We choose every time we look at it. But to go beyond we must look into what provides us with that option.

Our nature which is able to love and to hate almost at the same time. The transit well of wonderment. This never failing fertile fountainhead. There is the profound experience of creativity, the explosion of ideas, the blitz of insight. Creativeness itself is the strange exotic lead and it’s only restriction is the narrowness of hate. It has no image. It is a kind of abstraction without an idea. But because it is providing our life with a constant flow of ideas we do not need anything beyond it. The unknown given of all this real was non as life begun. At one point no-one was categorized as black, white, male, female, Christian, Jew, Moslem but somehow these narratives evolved. They have a history. They where suppressed, privileged, preached, forced, annihilated. They came from next to nothing. They became stories – histories – and an empty bird of wonderment is touching them lightly with superb grace to breathe life into them. That is: we do! And we have to be curious about what else we can achieve. We should not turn away from suffering, even when we do have no inkling about an answer. Nor should we be content with the easy answers the experts give us – let us not forget: They depend on histories. Let us consider directly the questions posed by humans lost in paradise, humans who die in paradise, just as the dice are cast. --- jazzamor.com

 

In 2001 Bettina Mischke and Roland Grosch started their project Jazzamor. Influenced by the Bossa-Nova and Latin-Jazz of the 60s they developed their own style with Bettina’s voice making it unmistakeable.

The arrangements are playful yet minimalistic with great care for detail. Electronic sounds blend with double bass and latino percussions. Melancholic piano aires invoke a blue mood with Bettina’s alluring soft voice giving it all a distinct color.

Since the beginning they recorded six albums (see discography) while their style evolved further. In the first years experimenting with sounds was important but they are more conscious again of their jazz roots recently. Arrangements are more concentrated on classic instruments and soloists get more room – but the search for new soundscapes is ever present. With all this both artists never loose the skill for telling playfully nostalgic stories in the typical jazzamor style.

In the beginning Jazzamor was a pure studio project but with their first life concert they began playing all over Europe and in Asia. Maybe the Jazzamor song „Travel…“ was like a mission statement for their music.

Where ever – in a cafe in Brazil, in a bar in Mosque or in a lounge in Singapore – their songs are on a journey around the world. --- jazzamor.com

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Jazzamor - Things We Do For Love [Instrumentals] (2013) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823-jazzamor/22223-jazzamor-things-we-do-for-love-instrumentals-2013.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/5823-jazzamor/22223-jazzamor-things-we-do-for-love-instrumentals-2013.html Jazzamor - Things We Do For Love [Instrumentals] (2013)

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01. Fragile
02. Things We Do For Love
03. Tomorrow
04. Life Is So Real
05. No No
06. From Afar
07. About Life
08. This Love
09. Your Thoughtful Sight
10. What You Say
11. Impermanence
12. Dreamer
13. Insomnia
14. Lucent Touch
15. Snowflakes In Rio
16. Till The End Of Time
17. Back To The Moon
18. Cherish
19. Childhood Dreams

 

In 2001 Bettina Mischke and Roland Grosch started their project Jazzamor. Influenced by the Bossa-Nova and Latin-Jazz of the 60s they developed their own style with Bettina’s voice making it unmistakeable.

The arrangements are playful yet minimalistic with great care for detail. Electronic sounds blend with double bass and latino percussions. Melancholic piano aires invoke a blue mood with Bettina’s alluring soft voice giving it all a distinct color.

Since the beginning they recorded six albums (see discography) while their style evolved further. In the first years experimenting with sounds was important but they are more conscious again of their jazz roots recently. Arrangements are more concentrated on classic instruments and soloists get more room – but the search for new soundscapes is ever present. With all this both artists never loose the skill for telling playfully nostalgic stories in the typical jazzamor style.

In the beginning Jazzamor was a pure studio project but with their first life concert they began playing all over Europe and in Asia. Maybe the Jazzamor song „Travel…“ was like a mission statement for their music.

Where ever – in a cafe in Brazil, in a bar in Mosque or in a lounge in Singapore – their songs are on a journey around the world. --- jazzamor.com

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