SERGEANT JAY FEAT. THE RED SINGER AND ALDO IGNACIO GARRIDO – AUTUMN (TAKE 2)

Published On 26 January 2015 | By DJ Blast | JAZZ

SERGEANT JAY FEAT. THE RED SINGER AND ALDO IGNACIO GARRIDO - AUTUMN (TAKE 2)

 

Mexican musician,composer,producer Sergeant Jay is an artist that you have to know!

Sergeant Jay’s music  is a balanced combination of jazz-hop (as you can realize listening to the majestic instrumental opus titled Lotus) ambient sonorities (listen to Counting Stars) that unveil a musical background influenced by artists like Nujabes,Uyama Hiroto,Haruka Nakamura but also a genuine penchant for jazz inherited by a massive listening of Bill Evans,Dave Brubeck, Nina Simone, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Coltraine, Louis Armstrong records.

Sergeant Jay delighted us with a breathtaking jazz song titled Autumn (Take 2) with the collaboration of the delectable voice of The Red Singer and the saxophone of Aldo Ignacio Garrido.

Autumn (Take 2) is inspired by Miles Davis’s masterpiece Kind Of Blue , in this case by Blue In Green.

Props to Sergeant Jay  for this romantic jazz ballad!

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