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The epic [compact disc] / Kamasi Washington
MUSIC-CD | Brainfeeder | [2015]
Available at Ettrick-Matoaca Music CD (CD WAS JAZZ)

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3 audio discs : digital, CD audio ; 4 3/4 in.
performed music prm rdacontent
audio s rdamedia
audio disc sd rdacarrier
digital optical rda
audio file CD audio rda
tenor saxophone 1 lcmpt
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Jazz and funk music.
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Principally composed by, and arranged by, Kamasi Washington.
Performer
[The Next Step] (Kamasi Washington, tenor saxophone; Thundercat, electric bass; Miles Mosley, acoustic bass; Ronald Bruner, Jr., Tony Austin, drums; Leon Mobley, percussion; Cameron Graves, piano; Brandon Coleman, keyboards; Ryan Porter, trombone; Igmar Thomas, trumpet; Patrice Quinn, Dwight Trible, lead vocals; with Robert Miller, drums (in Cherokee); Shaunte Palmer, trombone (in Henrietta our hero); Todd Simon, trumpet (in Henrietta our hero)); with string ensemble and choir.
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Contents
Volume 1, The plan. Change of the guard (12:16) ; Askim (12:35) ; Isabelle (12:13) ; Final thought (6:32) ; The next step (14:49) ; The rhythm changes (7:44) -- Volume 2, The glorious tale. Miss understanding (8:46) ; Leroy and Lanisha (9:24) ; Re run (8:20) ; Seven prayers (7:36) ; Henrietta our hero (7:14) ; The magnificent 7 (12:46) -- Volume 3, The historic repetition. Re run home (14:06) ; Cherokee / Ray Noble (8:14) ; Clair de lune / Claude Debussy (11:08) ; Malcolm's theme / Terence Blanchard (8:41) ; The message (11:09).
Credits
Composed, arrangd and produced by Kamasi Washington.
Summary
The debut full length album from Kamasi Washington.
"8.6 out of 10... is an extravagant love letter to (among other things): soul jazz, John Coltrane (various periods), and 1970s fusion leaders like Miles Davis and Weather Report."--Pitchfork.
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Next Step (Musical group : Kamasi Washington)
ISBN/ISSN
5054429000191
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