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Shakatak - Snowflakes & Jazzamatazz (2014)

17-11-2014, 19:39
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz | Easy Listening

Shakatak - Snowflakes & Jazzamatazz (2014)

Artist: Shakatak
Title Of Album: Snowflakes & Jazzamatazz
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz, Holiday. Easy Listening
Label: Secret Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 43:47+43:17
Total Size: 105+104 Mb
Covers: Front

CD 1:
01. Happy Christmas From Shakatak (0:05)
02. Happy Christmas To Ya! (3:29)
03. Jingle Bells (3:44)
04. Silent Night (4:14)
05. Sing (Little One) (3:39)
06. The Christmas Song (3:34)
07. When You Wish Upon A Star (3:16)
08. Winter Wonderland (3:04)
09. A Christmas Dream (3:32)
10. Auld Lang Syne (4:34)
11. Away In A Manger (3:06)
12. Blue Christmas (3:56)
13. Christmas Eve (3:28)

CD 2:
01. White Christmas (3:09)
02. Christmas Time Again (4:34)
03. Christmas With You (3:54)
04. Christmas In Rio (4:27)
05. Merry Christmas In Summer (4:47)
06. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (4:06)
07. Good King Wenceslas (3:53)
08. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (3:10)
09. Lonely On Christmas Day (3:02)
10. O Little Town Of Bethlehem (3:36)
11. Silent Eve (4:17)
12. Happy Christmas From Shakatak (Jill's Christmas Message) (0:14)

Shakatak have enjoyed a level of success and career longevity rarely paralleled in contemporary music – but then Shakatak is a particularly unusual group.

Because of the nature of their music, their fan base is one that is far reaching while always retaining an ‘underground element’. This paradox sees the band, who are known primarily as serious jazz/funk musicians, enjoying both high ‘cult’ status and instant recognition as a household name.

After a number of successful top-twenty singles in the UK, the band went on to score unprecedented international success with the release of the classic ‘Nightbirds” recording and the title track has now become a standard in the popular music repertoire. This success was repeated with the top-ten hit “Down on the Street and the award-winning video established the band’s personnel of Jill Saward(lead vocs), Bill Sharpe(keys),Keith Winter(gtr), George Anderson(bass) and Roger Odell(drums). With the magic Al Jarreau/Shakatak combination,the group went on to record the track ‘Day by Day’ to further international acclaim.

Along with this successful recording career, Shakatak had firmly established themselves as a vibrant live act, combining astute musicianship with a sense of fun that communicated strongly with world-wide audiences. Their performance in Japan’s Budoken Hall won them a Silver Award at the Tokyo International Song Festival-other awards include the “Best Instrumental Album’ for 6 consecutive years-and other live concerts of note have been the East meets the West Border Concert at the time of German re-unificationin 1989 and the open air concert in Cape Town for the Millennium Celebrations 2000 where they played in front of 250,000 people.

The long run of continuous success was brought to a halt when guitarist Keith Winter became seriously ill and was forced to stop playing. It took Keith a long while to redirect his energies but he is now a very successful website designer and remains very much a part of the Shakatak team by designing and maintaining the website. Eventually the band re-organised and the remaining four members now augment their live shows with Jacqui Hicks (b.vocs,sax&flute) or Debby Bracknell (b.vocs&flute) and Alan Wormald (gtr&b.vocs).

Shakatak perform regularly in the UK,Europe and the Far East and release CD’s almost annually.

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