Limbo Jazz.

I have a silent admirer Shankar who reads all my blog posts but prefers to comment occasionally by email only. He has suddenly discovered this bit of wonderful music and has left me stumped!

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28 Responses to Limbo Jazz.

  1. Mike says:

    Perhaps a jazz rendition of Chubby Checkers Limbo Rock?
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  2. Shanker says:

    Shanker takes a bow

  3. shackman says:

    Why puzzled? Just Marsalis’s take on Limbo jazz – I do find the makeup f his orchestra interesting.

  4. Becky Byrd says:

    Too freakin’ COOL!!!!! Love it!

  5. I like it!
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  6. tammyj says:

    i’m a jazz lover and this group is great!
    love how the brass pieces talk to the flute.
    and how they mixed the indian instruments in.
    this was a treat rummy! thanks.
    everytime i listen to jazz now i think about what maggie smith’s
    dowager countess of downton abbey said when hearing it for the first time…. “do you think that they know what each other are playing?”
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  7. Alan G says:

    It’s always interesting and musically educating to hear two music cultures combine their talents in a piece like this! On the other hand, I never was much good at the Limbo but always liked the beat! πŸ™‚
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  8. Manjiree says:

    Appa the fusion of Indian and Western instruments create such lovely music. I enjoyed it.

  9. Vignesh says:

    Lovely! enjoy it immensely! Thanks you Shanker. Nad tx ramana-aththan for sharing. There is a you tube playlist of ~40+ limbo mixes that ill be trawling. πŸ™‚
    PS: did you know I heard my first ever Jazz record on your turntable at an impressionable age of 6-8? Was Dave Brubeck. πŸ™‚

  10. Anna says:

    Love it! Thank you. It is a different Wynton Marsalis I knew.

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