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But over the course of the Mushroom Jazz series, DJ Mark Farina has been proving that electronic dance music can be funky, swinging, classy, uplifting, and booty-motivating all at the same time. Those who have been subjected to endless hours of anonymous sax-plus-loops pablum in the chillout room may be gun-shy, but if they can force themselves to give this collection a chance they'll surely be happily surprised by such top-notch fare as Kero One's aptly titled "Groovin'" (notice how nicely the handclaps suddenly lift up the.

Artist: DJ Mark Farina Album: Mushroom Jazz Vol. 4 Release Date: November 5th, 2002 Label: OM Records Genre: Downtempo Instrumental Hip-Hop Acid Jazz Future Jazz Trip-Hop Format: mp3 Q. Tracklist: 01. Pete Rock - A Little Soul (Petestrumental) (3:52) 02. Scienz Of Life - Hot Bananas (4:26) 03. People Under The Stairs - Suite For Beaver Pt. 1 (6:57) 04. Maspyke - Truth In Position (2:31) 05. Trankilou - Chicago Babe (3:02) 06. JBoom - Wiggle And Giggle (2:46) 07. Ripshop feat.

Mushroom Jazz vol. 6 (2008). 1. "This Beat" - The Jazzual Suspects 2. "Fool's Competition" - Smooth Current 3. "Baaaby" - Ta'Raach 4. "Groovin'" - Kero One 5. "Jamal 141" - Jamal 6. "Dopebeatz" - Colossus 7. "Calm Down (Instrumental)" - Brawdcast 8. "Alive (Instrumental)" - J Boogie's Dubtronic Science feat. Bodysnatchin' (On The Isle) (Instrumental)" - Rubberoom 13. "Wasn't Really Worth My Time" - Flash 14. "Life" - Mark Farina 15. "Ba Dada" - The Jazzual Suspects 16. "16 Untitled 005" - Super Smoky Soul 17.

Series: Mushroom Jazz – 6. Format: CD, Mixed, Promo. Country: US. Released: Oct 2008. Mushroom Jazz Six ‎(M/Stick, Comp, Ltd, Mixed, Cas).

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Tracklist

The Jazzual Suspects This Beat 3:42
Smooth Current Fool's Competition 2:34
Ta'Raach Baaaby 2:55
Kero One Groovin' 3:26
Jamal Jamal 141 3:01
Colossus Dopebeatz 3:15
Brawdcast Calm Down (Instrumental) 1:42
J-Boogie's Dubtronic Science* Feat. Crown City Rockers Alive (Instrumental) 3:21
Gagle Scene #2 (Instrumental) 1:33
Uneaq Just Checkin' (J's Stripped Down Instrumental) 2:13
Colossus Feat. G-Off & The Whooligan The What? 5:02
Rubberoom Bodysnatchin' (On The Isle) (Instrumental) 3:11
Flash Wasn't Really Worth My Time 2:55
Mark Farina Life 3:01
The Jazzual Suspects Ba Dada 2:44
Super Smoky Soul Untitled 005 3:03
Choice37* Way Back When 3:33
Colossus Transit 3:16
J-Boogie's Dubtronic Science* Day At The Beach 5:02
Dave Allison Reflections 3:36

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OM 315 DJ Mark Farina* Mushroom Jazz Six ‎(CD, Mixed) OM Records OM 315 US 2008
OM 330 DJ Mark Farina* Mushroom Jazz Six (Unmixed Exclusives) ‎(9xFile, WAV, Comp) OM Records OM 330 US 2008
OM 315 VLP Various Mushroom Jazz Six ‎(3x12", Comp, Ltd) OM Records OM 315 VLP US 2008
OM 320 DJ Mark Farina* Mushroom Jazz Six ‎(CD, Mixed, Promo) OM Records OM 320 US 2008
none DJ Mark Farina* Mushroom Jazz Six ‎(M/Stick, Comp, Ltd, Mixed, Cas) Om Records none US 2008
MBB 9904 DJ Mark Farina* Mushroom Jazz Six ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed) PMB Music MBB 9904 Argentina 2009


DJ Mark Farina - Mushroom Jazz Six mp3 play

Performer: DJ Mark Farina

Title: Mushroom Jazz Six

Country: US

Date of release: 2008

Style: Instrumental, Downtempo, Hip Hop

Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop and Rap

Size MP3: 1212 mb

Size FLAC: 1511 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

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Jonariara
This is such a great compilation. If anyone wants to sell then I'm willing to trade/buy, this is the only one I need to complete the collection. I have copies of both Mushroom Jazz 2 and Mushroom Jazz 4 still in shrink. Hit me up! Cheers!
Jonariara
This is such a great compilation. If anyone wants to sell then I'm willing to trade/buy, this is the only one I need to complete the collection. I have copies of both Mushroom Jazz 2 and Mushroom Jazz 4 still in shrink. Hit me up! Cheers!
Nenayally
"Now it's jazz, the place is roaring, all beautiful girls in there, one mad brunette at the bar drunk with her boys. One strange chick I remember from somewhere, wearing a simple skirt with pockets, her hands in there, short haircut, slouched, talking to everybody. Up and down the stairs they come. The bartenders are the regular band of Jack, and the heavenly drummer who looks up in the sky with blue eyes, with a beard, is wailing beer-caps of bottles and jamming on the cash register and everything is going to the beat. It's the beat generation, it's beat, it's the beat to keep, it's the beat of the heart, it's being beat and down in the world and like oldtime lowdown and like in ancient civilizations the slave boatmen rowing galleys to a beat and servants spinning pottery to a beat.The faces! There's no face to compare with Jack Minger's who's up on the bandstand now with a colored trumpeter who outblows him wild and Dizzy but Jack's face overlooking all the heads and smoke. He has a face that looks like everybody you've ever known and seen on the street in your generation; a sweet face. Hard to describe, sad eyes, cruel lips, expectant gleam, swaying to the beat, tall, majestical – waiting in front of the drugstore. A face like Hunke's in New York (Hunke whom you'll see on Times Square, somnolent and alert, sadsweet, dark, beat, just out of jail, martyred, tortured by sidewalks, starved for sex and companionship, open to anything, ready to introduce new worlds with a shrug). The colored big tenor with the big tone would like to be blowing Sunny Stitts clear out of Kansas City roadhouses, clear, heavy, somewhat dull and unmusical ideas which nevertheless never leave the music, always there, far out, the harmony too complicated for the motley bums (of music-understanding) in there.The drummer is a sensational 12-year-old Negro boy who's not allowed to drink but can play, tremendous, a little lithe childlike Miles Davis kid, like early Fats Navarro fans you used to see in Espan Harlem, hep, small – he thunders at the drums with a beat which is described to me by a near-standing connoisseur with beret as a "fabulous beat". On piano is Blondey Bill, good enough to drive any group. Jack Minger blows out and over his head with these angels from Fillmore, I dig him – now it's terrific. I just stand in the outside hall against the wall, no beer necessary, with collections of in-and-out listeners, with Verne, and now here returns Bob Berman (who is a colored kid from West Indies who barged into my party six months earlier high with Dean and the gang and I had a Chet Baker record on and we hoofed at each other in the room, tremendous, the perfect grace of his dancing, casual, like Joe Louis casually hoofing). He comes now in dancing like that, glad. Everybody looks everywhere, it's a jazz-joint and beat generation madtrick, you see someone, "Hi," then you look away elsewhere, for something someone else, it's all insane, then you look back, you look away, around, everything is coming in from everywhere in the sound of the jazz. "Hi", "Hey". Bang, the little drummer takes a solo, reaching his young hands all over traps and kettles and cymbals and foot-peddle BOOM in a fantastic crash of sound – 12 years old – but what will happen?"
Nenayally
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Qusicam
No room for failure on this compilation, described as the most influential American compilation to the laid back beats scene. Well it shows nothing less, you can listen hours and hours to this. The Jazzual suspects kick off with such grateness on This Beat, it really sets the tone and on its own worth to buy the compilation for. Wait a minute, hold up, until you hear their second track Ba Dada, my what a jewel! An exclusive mark Farina track, some Colossus deep dope beats kinda reggae rap style, super jazzy Gagle notes, and not to forget the almighty Super Smokey Soul track. No fillers only killers, sit back and relax for hours and hours, years to come
Qusicam
No room for failure on this compilation, described as the most influential American compilation to the laid back beats scene. Well it shows nothing less, you can listen hours and hours to this. The Jazzual suspects kick off with such grateness on This Beat, it really sets the tone and on its own worth to buy the compilation for. Wait a minute, hold up, until you hear their second track Ba Dada, my what a jewel! An exclusive mark Farina track, some Colossus deep dope beats kinda reggae rap style, super jazzy Gagle notes, and not to forget the almighty Super Smokey Soul track. No fillers only killers, sit back and relax for hours and hours, years to come