Nathan Haines - The Poet's Embrace mp3 album
In a career that began in the '80s as a teenager in his native New Zealand, Haines has encompassed jazz, soul, dance and house music, working with a diverse array of collaborators including arranger and pianist Alan Broadbent, singer and writer Damon Albarn and jazz-funksters Jamiroquai. There have been seven previous studio albums under his own name as well.
Artist: Nathan Haines. Album: The Poet's Embrace, The Poet's Embrace. The Poet's Embrace: Best 2 songs. Nathan Haines - Offering 07:00. Nathan Haines - Ancestral Dance 04:34. Album: The Poet's Embrace. Nathan Haines: best 2 tracks. Nathan Haines, Shelley Nelson - Believe The Remixes, 2018 07:56. Nathan Haines - First Light Vermillion Skies, 2013 05:55. Artist: Nathan Haines.
Nathan Haines (born 1972) is a New Zealand-born xophonist based between London (since 1995) and his native Auckland The straight to analog two-track album The Poet's Embrace recorded in 2013 and released on Warner Classics and Jazz in the UK and Germany was followed up with Vermillion Skies, both of which won the Tui New Zealand Jazz Album of the Year Award. Haines spent most of 2014 recording 5 A Day in rural Buckinghamshire with writing and production partner Mike Patto.
Format: CD Cat: 25 Released: 02 May 13 Genre: Jazz. 4. "The Poet's Embrace".
Artist: Nathan Haines Title Of Album: The Poet's Embrace Release Date: 2012 Location: New Zealand Label: Warner Music Genre: Post-Bop Quality: FLAC lossless (tracks+. Tracklist: 01. Realisation 02. Universal Man 03. Ancestral Dance 04. The Poet's Embrace 05. Eboness 06. Consequence 07. Offering. Band: Nathan Haines - saxophone Kevin Field - piano Alain Koetsier - drums Thomas Botting - bass. This log is created by Rubyripper, version .
Although most of the compositions on saxophonist Nathan Haines’ eighth album are self penned, the influence of John Coltrane seems all-pervasive. Even the titles resonate with the legendary saxophonist’s late-flowering spirituality – Realisation, Consequences and the lovely Offering, written by pianist Kevin Field, are ringers for Coltrane’s Impulse catalogue. Haines has more focus and fire than most who follow the modal path – the New Zealander has a backstory in London’s rave scene – and the album is full of muscular playing and emotional bite.
Nathan Haines - Universal Man (from The Poet's Embrace). Live television appearance from March 23 2012 - Nathan Haines tenor sax, Kevin Field piano, Alain Koetsier drums, Thomas Botting bass. haines keep chiselling away on these new Sci-Clone album joints we have some goodness in the works! I can’t wait to hear this one with vocals and horns on it!!! Sci-Clone.
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- Artwork – Andrew B. White
- Bass – Thomas Botting
- Drums – Alain Koetsier
- Engineer – Mike Patto, Simon Gooding
- Mastered By – Chris Winchcombe
- Photography By – Richard Brimer
- Piano – Kevin Field
- Producer – Mike Patto
- Tape Op – Greg Ekadek
- Tenor Saxophone – Nathan Haines
NotesRecorded live to Ampex 300 half-inch tape on December 2 and 3 2011 at York St Studios, Auckland, New Zealand
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 082564521807
|HAVENLP004||Nathan Haines||The Poet's Embrace (LP, Album)||Haven Music||HAVENLP004||New Zealand||2012|
|CD PRO17384||Nathan Haines||The Poet's Embrace (CD, Album, Promo)||Warner Jazz||CD PRO17384||UK & Europe||Unknown|
|HAVENCD004 / 5310516182||Nathan Haines||The Poet's Embrace (CD, Album)||Haven Music||HAVENCD004 / 5310516182||New Zealand||2012|