Volume Two: Spirit & Time
Volume Two: The Music
Spirit & Time
A double LP containing 60+ minutes of new, unreleased and exclusive recordings.
1. Warrior – Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band
Myron Walden (alto saxophone), Melvin Butler (tenor saxophone), Jon Cowherd (piano), Christopher Thomas (bass), Brian Blade (drums)
2. Civilization/Citadel – Kendrick Scott Oracle
John Ellis (soprano saxophone), Mike Moreno (guitar), Taylor Eigsti (piano), Ben Williams (bass), Kendrick Scott (drums)
1. City of Lights – Tony Allen
Sylvain Gontard (trumpet), Irving Acao (tenor saxophone), Jean Phil Dary (piano, keyboards, organ), Mathias Allamane (bass), Tony Allen (drums)
2. Native Heart – Chris Dave And The Drumhedz
Gregoire Maret (harmonica), Marcus Strickland (tenor saxophone, bass clarinet), Bobby Sparks (keyboards), Daniel Crawford (organ, piano), Pino Palladino (bass), Derrick Hodge (bass), Chris Dave (drums)
1. Life Of The Party – Nate Smith
Jaleel Shaw (alto saxophone), Brad Williams (guitar), Jon Cowherd (piano), Ben Williams (bass), Nate Smith (drums)
2. Takin’ My Time – Eric Harland
Chris Turner (vocals), Joshua Redman (tenor saxophone), James Francies (keyboard, piano), Reuben Rogers (bass), Eric Harland (drums)
3. Creatures Of Conscience – GoGo Penguin
Chris Illingworth (piano), Nick Blacka (bass), Rob Turner (drums)
1. Juicy Fruit (live) – Tony Williams
Wallace Roney (trumpet), Bill Piece (tenor saxophone), Mulgrew Miller (piano), Ira Coleman (bass), Tony Williams (drums)
2. The Alternate Announcements (live) – Tony Williams
From The Vault
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Africaine
The album was recorded on March 14, 1968, but not first released until 1980. Four of the album’s six compositions were written by Chambers, the drummer and composer who was a key collaborator of Hutcherson’s throughout the 1960s.
Bobby Hutcherson (vibraphone), James Spaulding (alto saxophone, flute), Stanley Cowell (piano), Reggie Workman (bass), Joe Chambers (drums)
The album was recorded on November 10, 1959, but not first released until 1979. The session was Shorter's first record date with The Jazz Messengers and featured two of his compositions: "Africaine" and "Lester Left Town."
Lee Morgan (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone), Walter Davis Jr. (piano), Jymie Merritt (bass), Dizzy Reece (congas), Art Blakey (drums)
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The Box Set: Each Volume of the Blue Note Review is curated by musician, producer and Blue Note President Don Was to provide an unparalleled multi-sensory experience. The foundation of each Blue Note Review is the music. Each Volume will contain a collection of new recordings from the finest musicians in jazz plus timeless treasures from the Blue Note vaults. Blue Note Review aims to provide the ultimate jazz experience, a physical extension of the enduringly hip Blue Note aesthetic to adorn the ears, eyes, and mind.
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