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Jazz Trip- Psychedelic Experimental Jazz

Discussion in 'DJ Mixes' started by highdesertdan, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. highdesertdan

    highdesertdan TRIBE Member

    There is a point in a serious psychedelic journey where music transcends the auditory realm and has the power to catapult you into a new plane of existence where music, color, shape and imagination merge into one.
    If you have the courage to venture into this territory you are going to need a soundtrack to guide you through. This experimental/jazz mix was made specifically for this purpose. Take a deep breath and let the music take you to where you need to go.


    Dan Becker - Jazz Trip, on Fairtilizer

    Track list
    1. Chelsea Bridge Gerry Mulligan & Ben Webster
    2. Continuum Jaco Pastorius
    3. Outer Nothingness Sun Ra
    4. You’ll Know When You Get There Herbie Hancock
    5. Astral Traveling Pharoah Sanders
    6. Advice To Medics Sun Ra
    7. Heliocentric Sun Ra
    8. The Amazon River Herbie Mann
    9. Nebulae Sun Ra
    10. I Loves You Porgy Sun Ra
    11. Of Heavenly Things Sun Ra
    12. Journey in Satchidananda Alice Coltrane
    13. Cosmic Interpretation Sun Ra, Pharoah Sander & Black Harold
    14. And Otherness Sun Ra
    15. Time's Lie Joe Farrell
    16. What's Going on? Herbie Mann

    Total time 1:18:54
  2. deevah

    deevah TRIBE Member

    sun ra is the staple for this genre - cosmic tones for mental therapy has always been one of my favs
  3. mrtunes

    mrtunes TRIBE Member

    great concept for a mix. downloading this one, thanks.
  4. highdesertdan

    highdesertdan TRIBE Member


    We have all heard plenty of hip-hop inspired jazz mixes but it is rare to hear a jazz compilation dedicated to the exploration of inner space.

    There is such a volume of really out-there Jazz it took a while to choose a good combination of tracks that would push the mental envelope but not not send the cosmonauts listening into a tailspin.

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