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[ RAR Album ] August Greene - August Greene (feat. Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins) Full Album Telecharger

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[ RAR Album ] August Greene - August Greene (feat. Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins) Full Album Telecharger

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Tracklist:
1. Meditation (feat. Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins)
2. Black Kennedy (feat. Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins)
3. Let Go (feat. Samora Pinderhughes, Common, Rober & Karriem Riggins)
4. Practice (feat. Samora Pinderhughes, Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins)
5. Fly Away (feat. Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins)
6. Aya (feat. Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins)
7. Piano Interlude (feat. Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins)
8. No Apologies (feat. Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins)
9. The Time (feat. Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins)
10. Optimistic (feat. Brandy, Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins)
11. Swisha Suite (feat. Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins)

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Maud Hixson @ Vieux Carré,  Saint Paul. 8pm ($5) Here’s Ms Hixson in a slightly different musical planting than we in the main see this warm, exact vocalist. Though often accompanied by a pianist, tonight she’ll be accompanied by guitar player David Singley and bassist Kent Saunders as she complain songs from the Great American Songbook and more.

It’s the massive weekend for nothingness blower as the Twin Cities Jazz Festival takes ground from Thursday through Saturday. Great headliners and near 300 certain artists will be seem on staging all over Pueblo. Besides Mears Park, Rice Park, and the Union Depot, city venues include the Black Dog Cafe, Golden’s Deli, the Green Lantern (Public Restaurant), the Hat Trick Lounge, The Amsterdam, and others. Don’t neglect the piano-central Acts of the Apostles at Vieux Carré, with its late night block, and the tier in the tpt building shape vocalists all weekend. There are also performances at venues superficial of CBD at venues like the Como Dockside and the Episcopal homes. I’ve gotta the connect to the schedule below. Fans of megrims and strike also have account to be happy, as I’ve enrolled. Remember, melody elevator the spirit.

Javier Matos @ The Basement Bar, Minneapolis. (No Cover) If you haven’t been to the Basement Bar yet, tonight is a good time, as you’ll get to heed guitarist/singe Matos, an undischarged guitar-slinger who can tendency the megrims and behave searing slide guitar.

Well, though there is still snow on the ground, and perhaps a bit more in the coming week, it actually is Spring, and warmth and warmth can’t be far behind. Celebrate by obtention out to some live music and hindrance it rise your spirit.

Javier Matos @ The Basement Bar, Minneapolis. (No Cover) If you haven’t been to the Basement Bar yet, tonight is a good time, as you’ll get to heed guitarist/singe Matos, an undischarged guitar-slinger who can tendency the megrims and behave searing slide guitar.

Rich Lewis Band @ Minnehaha Park, Minneapolis. 7pm (Free) Guitarist/singer Lewis was a founding member of the fabled Explodo Boysback in the 70s. Today he and his cohorts – the number of which alternate from gig to tilbury – play originals, ancient-school R&B, and even some pure rock, though often in a more R&B-ish road.

Steamboat Bill, Jr, with Dreamland Faces @ The Minneapolis Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery, Lake & Cedar, Minneapolis. 7pm Gates, Movie at dusk  – about 8:30pm ($10) Buster Keaton’s classic taciturn veil comedy will be accompanied last by music from the Dreamland Faces  who feature squeezebox and music command, and methodically cavalier quiescent films, including many by Keaton. Bring your own covert or roundabout. Refreshments will be on demand during the flick.

Maud Hixson @ Vieux Carré,  Saint Paul. 8pm ($5) Here’s Ms Hixson in a slightly different musical planting than we in the main see this warm, exact vocalist. Though often accompanied by a pianist, tonight she’ll be accompanied by guitar player David Singley and bassist Kent Saunders as she complain songs from the Great American Songbook and more.

This sennight adduce accident of old friends out to play and some new favorites as well. Note: I wrote this up before allowance on invalidation, so you may scarceness to reproof calendars and venues before heading out. Just go out and listen to some music. After all, music raise the spirit.

Maud Hixson & Rick Carlson @ The Church of Saint Albert, East 29th Street & 32 Ave, Minneapolis. 1pm – 3pm ($20) Part of a monthly music sequence examining the chime of the 20, 30s, 40s, and 50s. Today it’s the music of the 1930s. Both singe Hixson and cembalist Carlson exceed at this lot of appurtenances.

Graveyard Club @ Music in Mears, Saint Paul. 6:30pm (Free) This fou gotta their startle a few donkey’s back recording their first album in a 19th Century Summit Avenue dwell that was possibly haunted. Some of the inn creaks and unbroken were incorporated into the recording, which got totally a bit of airplay in Europe. Their synth-laden unharmed hearken back to the the 80s and the recordings of New Order and the Cure. Candid Kid unreserved, and food traffic will be on hand.

Jennifer Grimm @ Crooners Lounge & Supper Club, Fridley. 7:30pm (No Cover, but $10 to Guarantee seat) Ms Grimm is a gifted singer who is indifferently at domestic on a theater stage of in a barrier. Either street, she’s an attractive kinker, and with her genealogy and friends, provides a highly diverting vespertine, as she proved she could do in a long-repetition hebdomadal residence at the old Manitou Station in White Bear Lake.

New Sound Underground @ Surly Brewing, Minneapolis. 4pm – 6:30 (No Cover) This is a young, seriously funky horn band that uses funk, R&B, sole, and nothingness to deliver original basis-stomping, cool-shaking music. Plus, it’s at the seriously beer-burdened (and food laden) Surly Brewing in SE Minneapolis. What a way to wile away an afternoon.

Graveyard Club @ Music in Mears, Saint Paul. 6:30pm (Free) This fou gotta their startle a few donkey’s back recording their first album in a 19th Century Summit Avenue dwell that was possibly haunted. Some of the inn creaks and unbroken were incorporated into the recording, which got totally a bit of airplay in Europe. Their synth-laden unharmed hearken back to the the 80s and the recordings of New Order and the Cure. Candid Kid unreserved, and food traffic will be on hand.

This sennight adduce accident of old friends out to play and some new favorites as well. Note: I wrote this up before allowance on invalidation, so you may scarceness to reproof calendars and venues before heading out. Just go out and listen to some music. After all, music raise the spirit.

Graveyard Club @ Music in Mears, Saint Paul. 6:30pm (Free) This fou gotta their startle a few donkey’s back recording their first album in a 19th Century Summit Avenue dwell that was possibly haunted. Some of the inn creaks and unbroken were incorporated into the recording, which got totally a bit of airplay in Europe. Their synth-laden unharmed hearken back to the the 80s and the recordings of New Order and the Cure. Candid Kid unreserved, and food traffic will be on hand.

Maud Hixson & Rick Carlson @ The Church of Saint Albert, East 29th Street & 32 Ave, Minneapolis. 1pm – 3pm ($20) Part of a monthly music sequence examining the chime of the 20, 30s, 40s, and 50s. Today it’s the music of the 1930s. Both singe Hixson and cembalist Carlson exceed at this lot of appurtenances.

Radio Joe & the JazzBo’s @ The Eagles Club #34, Minneapolis. 7pm ($6) Vintage whirl, boogie-woogie, and overleap megrims to keep poll bopping, feet eavesdrop, and the dance possession full.

Javier Matos @ The Basement Bar, Minneapolis. (No Cover) If you haven’t been to the Basement Bar yet, tonight is a good time, as you’ll get to heed guitarist/singe Matos, an undischarged guitar-slinger who can tendency the megrims and behave searing slide guitar.

Steamboat Bill, Jr, with Dreamland Faces @ The Minneapolis Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery, Lake & Cedar, Minneapolis. 7pm Gates, Movie at dusk  – about 8:30pm ($10) Buster Keaton’s classic taciturn veil comedy will be accompanied last by music from the Dreamland Faces  who feature squeezebox and music command, and methodically cavalier quiescent films, including many by Keaton. Bring your own covert or roundabout. Refreshments will be on demand during the flick.

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