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Et ouvrez le titre avec votre séquenceur favori par “import”. B: Why Do Girls Love Horses? 2018  :  Homepage  :  Search  :  Sitemap  :  Support Us! This article needs additional citations for verification. Shakatak performing at Knebworth Park as part of the Capital Radio Jazz Festival, 1982. Shakatak are an English jazz-funk band, founded in 1980. Drivin’ Hard, the band’s singles and albums have entered the charts regularly.

It was the release of “Easier Said Than Done” that gave the band the radio exposure needed for their first top-twenty hit. This record introduced their instrumental-unison vocal sound to a much wider audience, and the track stayed in the UK Singles Chart for seventeen weeks. 1982 and 1983, resulting in several more chart hits, and paving the way for the next major breakthrough in the band’s career. In 1988, Shakatak were commissioned to write the official song for the 1988 Kenwood Cup yacht race entitled Racing with the Wind which was used in Japanese Kenwood advertisements and was released on an album called Da Makani exclusively released in Japan. However, following this success the band felt it was time that they re-directed their efforts back to singles and an album for release to the rest of the world. Sister Cool” from their next LP, Manic and Cool. In the 1990s, the band had success in the US when they had two albums that went to No 1 in the contemporary jazz charts and were also awarded the Japanese Grammy for best international instrumental album six years running.

Shakatak continue to appear regularly throughout the world with recent festival performances at Jakjazz, the Jakarta International Jazz Festival, Bangkok, Hua Hin and the Bratislava Jazz Day. They make annual appearances at the Billboard Clubs in Japan, and the Pizza Express Jazz Room in London, plus numerous other concert and club performances. The band celebrated their thirtieth anniversary year in 2010. Bassist George Anderson released his second solo album, Expressions, on 3 September 2012 through Secret Records.

Coming three years after his first album Positivity, this album again had Anderson writing, arranging and producing all of the tracks. Keyboardist Bill Sharpe worked with American jazz pianist Don Grusin on a joint project called Geography released in 2007. Sharpe’s second collaboration with Grusin, Trans Atlantica, was released on 3 September 2012. It was also issued through Secret Records, and included Geography as a special 2-CD package. Jimpster: “Odell combines Down Tempo and sorta-Junglist rhythms with flutes and jazzy atmospheres in the same way his father’s band combined post-disco beats with flutes and jazzy atmospheres. Archived 7 February 2011 at the Wayback Machine. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Shakatak.

This page was last edited on 16 March 2018, at 23:34. This is a list of notable events in music from 1982, a year in which Madonna made her debut and Michael Jackson released Thriller, which still holds the title for the world’s best selling album. Sunshine Band’s Harry Wayne Casey is seriously injured in an automobile accident in Miami, Florida. Ozzy Osbourne bites the head off a live bat thrown at him during a performance in Des Moines, Iowa. King donates his personal record collection, which includes nearly 7,000 rare blues records, to the University of Mississippi’s Center for the Study of Southern Culture. Tommy Tucker, writer of “Hi Heel Sneakers”, dies of carbon tetrachloride poisoning sustained while finishing floors in his home.

Lynyrd Skynyrd singer Ronnie Van Zant is stolen from an Orange Park, Florida cemetery. Police found the gravestone 2 weeks later in a dry river bed. Ozzy Osbourne is arrested after urinating on The Alamo, in San Antonio, Texas. Pat Benatar marries her guitarist, Neil Giraldo, on the Hawaiian island of Maui. The D’Oyly Carte Opera Company gives its final performance at the Adelphi Theatre after more than 110 years. Frank Zappa’s son Dweezil and daughter Moon Unit form Fred Zeppelin. Comedian and Blues Brother John Belushi is found dead of an apparent drug overdose in the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Los Angeles.