@camilaml Can you make a Jazzy Amy Winehouse inspired playlist then? That would be really interesting to listen to. What i mean is, i like to see original creative jazz playlists. There doesn't have to be any classic jazz in it. But the first list you posted was just 3,4 albums in a list, that's just lazy and not creative.
Offtopic : Amy Winehouse could be jazz, i think it's more soul pop. But that's your view.
Also, read my blog post http://www.funkish.audio/jazz-resource-guide/ because it has some more Spotify playlists in it, as well as lots of links & videos pointing you to remarkable resources for getting more into joyful Jazz.
yeah that would be quite fun actually. And yeah i understand what u mean its just those albums inspired me to make a jazz playlist os they were the first to be on it and there quite a few songs from them.
@FunkishAudio Thanks for sharing your list. 14 songs is too few for a good list, so it would be nice if you could add some more. I really liked the first song. Funky fusion with great solo's. Anyway, i will follow your list, i hope you will add some more new jazz funk soon! Also, i liked your blog post. Do you get much or any feedback on it? Bytheway, the 2nd song on your list was a rework of this jazz funk killer, but i guess you knew that 🙂
I created a new jazz playlist today. Actually it was a work in progress for several months like all my playlists. Good things take time 🙂 The list was inspired on the German MPS label. A famous jazz label from the 60s and 70s. I also made a label Spotlight of it here:
So the new playlist is called Deutsch Jazz 70 : Jazz From Germany 60s 70s. It contains jazz funk, fusion, bop, spiritual and space jazz from germany from the golden era: the 60s and 70s (in my view). I have several other playlists called Sverige 70, Czech & Slovak 70. I try to collect certain genres from the 70s per country. You can check out the other ones on my profile. But here's the jazz playlist:
@hannssolo Thanks for sharing! Good selection of songs. Don;t know why the same song is in there 3 times, maybe as an interlude kind of thing. I don't really understand the theme, "the strength, struggle and beauty of women". It doesn't make sense because all songs are instrumentals, so i guess its meant poetic or as a joke. Or to spark interest from women to follow this list 😛