Asher’s Jukebox Part 133

Kobaia by Magma from the album “Kobaia” 1970 (info about the album from Are you guys ready for a very interesting Rock song? I sure hope so! Magma is a French Rock band that plays their songs in a made up language called Kobaian. This piece, in particular, is incredibly unique and very catchy. It has a very Jazzy feel to it, and the instruments sound awesome together. The sax wails in this piece, and it is quite wonderful to listen to. I highly recommend this song to anybody that likes funky Rock music. Tell me what you think of this piece in the comments section below.

Happy Listening AND ROCK ON!!!!!,d.eXY

Asher’s Jukebox Part 108

Change of the Guard by Kamasi Washington from the album “The Epic” 2015 (info about album from If you guys love Jazz as much as I do, you’ll adore this piece. Before review this piece, I just wanted to thank Anthony Fantano of The Needledrop Youtube channel for showing me this amazing Jazz artist. Now, on to the review. This piece is the kind of music that’s so rare to come by these days. It has everything, the epic saxophone, operatic vocals, smooth snare drum, and incredibly catchy beat. I can’t give this piece enough praise, I love it to death, and I really hope that you guys will too! I’d love to hear what guys think of this piece, so be sure to tell me what you think in the comments section below.

Happy Listening 😀

Asher’s Jukebox Part 84

Seven Steps to Heaven by Miles Davis from the album “Round About Midnight” 1957 (album info from I can’t believe I haven’t put a Jazz song on my Jukebox yet! Well, that’s about to change! What can say about this piece, well it’s one of my absolute favorite Jazz song of all time! It starts with a very catchy Jazz beat, and then the Trumpet starts playing, and let me tell you, it’ll blow your mind! This song is absolutely perfect, in my opinion. I honestly could listen to this song everyday and never get tired of it. I would love to hear what you guys think about it in the comments section below.

Happy Listening 😀