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Wynton Marsalis - From The Plantation To The Penitentiary Scaricare Gratis

Interprete: Wynton Marsalis
Titolo: From The Plantation To The Penitentiary
Paese: US
Numero di catalogo: 0946 3 73675 2 0V
Etichetta: Blue Note
Rilasciato: 2007
Stile: Contemporary Jazz
Valutazione: 4.7
Voti: 146

Tracklist

1Find Me9:34
2Love And Broken Hearts7:40
3From The Plantation To The Penitentiary11:48
4Doin' (Y)Our Thing8:37
5Where Y'All At?5:48
6Supercapitalism6:55
7These Are Those Soulful Days8:04

Versioni

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0946 3 73675 2 0Wynton Marsalis From The Plantation To The Penitentiary ‎(CD, Album)Blue Note0946 3 73675 2 0US2007
0946 3 84724 2 1Wynton Marsalis From The Plantation To The Penitentiary ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car)Blue Note0946 3 84724 2 1Europe2007
0946 3929122 9Wynton Marsalis From The Plantation To The Penitentiary ‎(CD, Album)S.B.A./GALA Records0946 3929122 9Russia2007
0946 3 73675 2 0Wynton Marsalis From The Plantation To The Penitentiary ‎(CD, Album)Blue Note0946 3 73675 2 0Europe2007
TOCJ-66369Wynton Marsalis From The Plantation To The Penitentiary ‎(CD, Album)Blue NoteTOCJ-66369Japan2007

Crediti

  • BassCarlos Henriquez
  • DrumsAli Jackson
  • PianoDan Nimmer
  • Saxophone [Tenor & Soprano]Walter Blanding
  • Trumpet, Composed ByWynton Marsalis
  • VocalsJennifer Sanon

Aziende

  • Copyright (c) – The Blue Note Label Group
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Blue Note Label Group
  • Manufactured By – The Blue Note Label Group

Album

From the Plantation to the Penitentiary is an album by jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis that was released in 2007. It reached No. 2 on Billboard 's Top Jazz chart. All tracks are written by Wynton Marsalis. Wynton Marsalis trumpet. Walter Blanding tenor and soprano saxophone. Dan Nimmer piano. Carlos Henriquez bass. Ali Jackson drums. Jennifer Sanon vocals. 2007 Billboard Top Jazz Albums 2. On Where Y'all At, the last track off trumpeter Wynton Marsalis' 2007 studio album From the Plantation to the Penitentiary, Marsalis delivers a spoken word tirade against everything from the demise of socially conscious hip-hop and misguided politicians to America's commercial and capitalist culture. He asks, All you '60s radicals and world beaters, righteous revolutionaries, Camus readers, liberal students, equal rights pleaders, what's going on now that y'all are the leaders . Wynton Learson Marsalis born October 18, 1961 is a trumpeter, composer, teacher, bandleader, music educator, and Artistic Director of Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City, United States. Marsalis is the son of jazz musician Ellis read more. Similar Artists. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. While its fair to say that Marsalis displays a higher level of creativity in the words written than in the notes played, his solos still ooze quality and tracks like Love and Broken Hearts and These Are Those Soulful Days prove equally delightful. Hes aided by steady performances from a line-up, featuring pianist Dan Nimmer, bassist Carlos Henriquez, vocalist Jennifer Sanon, Walter Blanding whose sax is redolent, at times, of Coltrane, and the superb drumming of Al Jackson Jr. Wynton Marsalis was simply born in the wrong time period. He is a traditional jazz musician who immerses himself into the style of the heyday of jazz. Back in the 80s when Wynton was the young phenomenon around the ever-shrinking jazz world, he constantly looked to Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, and many other jazz greats still alive at the time. His new album, From the Plantation to the Penitentiary, is a compilation of Marsalis gripes and complaints, where he puts all his thoughts on paper and even takes a few experimental spins on his music. From the Plantation to the Penitentiary 11:49 2. Find Me 9:33 3. Doin' YOur Thing 8:37 4. Love and Broken Hearts 7:40 5. Supercapitalism 6:55 6. These Are Those Soulful Days 8:04 7. Where Y'all At 5:48. Total Time: 58:26. Wynton Marsalis' moving new album FROM THE PLANTATION TO THE PENITENTIARY, offers a clear-eyed and uncompromising look at the crack in America's facade of prosperity and happiness. By turns soothing, urgent, playful and angry, FROM THE PLANTATION TO THE PENITENTIARY distills Marsalis' recent observation on our modern American way of life as he's traveled the nation as a performer, teacher and private citizen. We running all over the world with a blunderbussAnd the Constitution all but forgot in the fuss, Wynton Marsalis declaims on Where Y&apo. TBT From the Archives: May 5, 2004 Wynton Marsalis, as trumpet for The Man I Love pas de deux from Who Cares with Alexandra Ansanelli and Nilas Martins. Choreography: George Balanchine. Lincoln Center Celebrates Balanchine 100 New York City Ballet's 2004 Spring Gala - Lincoln Center at Home will stream landmark works by George Balanchine from rarely seen. New York City Ballet performances from Monday, June 22, 2020 at 8pm EDT to Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 8pm EDT. Wynton Marsalis. From The Plantation To The Penitentiary. Released: Jan 2007. Label: Blue Note Records. Wynton Marsalis' provocative protest-jazz set connects the dots between American history and today's headlines. On Where Y'All At, Marsalis tartly sermonizes like a country preacher, laying the blame for our various problems at all of our feet. The title track has perceptive lyrics, but Marsalis' melody lets vocalist Jennifer Sanon drown

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