Music

FluteDaddy jazz flute music is rich, smooth jazz flute over a blend of R&B, Latin and Swing rhythms – A fusion of jazz, pop, funk, Latin, swing and blues.

FluteDaddy jazz flute music is rich, smooth jazz flute over a blend of R&B, Latin and Swing rhythms – A fusion of jazz, pop, funk, Latin, swing and blues.  The group chooses interesting songs from Broadway shows, movies, pop hits, and jazz favorites, and creates fresh, new arrangements that are engaging and stimulating. Joseph Liberti’s flute style can be likened to that of a jazz singer who sings a soulful melody and follows with cool scat vocalizing. Here’s some samples of the kinds of things you will hear in performance.

A fun shuffle blues version of All Blues with a strong back beat!

Hip rendition of Michael Franks song. Nice collective improv starts about half way thru.

Sweetly swinging rendition of lovely Sam Rivers song.

Come Back and Hear More

The band just finished a studio session and four newly recorded tracks will be here soon. Come back and listen.

Play List

All Blues
All Of You
All You Need To Say
Ain’t No Sunshine
Autumn In New York
Autumn Leaves
Bessie’s Blues
Black Coffee
Black Orpheus
Blue And Green
Blue Moon
Bwana He No Home
Beatrice
Brazilian Love Song
Bye Bye Blackbird
Chain Reaction
Chitlins Con Carne
Come Together
Days Of Wine And Roses
Down In Brazil
Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
Dreamsville
Eggplant
Favela
Feeling Good
Feel Like makin’ Love
Fever
Footprints
Funkallero
Freddie Freeloader
Five Brothers
Girl From Ipanema
God Bless The Child
Georgia On My Mind
Good Morning Heartache
Honeysuckle Rose
I Should Care
I Wish I Knew
Just Squeeze Me
Lugar Comum
Mercy Mercy Mercy
Meditation
Minha De Saudade
My Favorite Things
My Funny Valentine
My Shining Hour
Naima
Night Dreamer
Never Can Say Goodbye
Old Folks
Once I loved
Popsicle Toes
Samba Do Soho
Slow Hot Wind
Sometime Ago
Summertime
The Boy Next Door
This Can’t Be Love
Triste
Tyrone
Up Jumped Spring
Village Blues
Watermelon Man
West Coast Blues
We’ll Be Together Again
Yesterdays

…And Many More