Branford Marsalis Quartet - Metamorphosen mp3 album
Branford Marsalis Quartet – Metamorphosen. Label: Marsalis Music – UCCM-1167. Producer – Branford Marsalis. Recorded By, Mixed By – Rob "Wacko!" Hunter.
Album · 2010 · 9 Songs. More By Branford Marsalis Quartet. See All. Mo' Better Blues (feat.
Taking its lead from Mr. Marsalis, a saxophonist of obstinate candor, the band has become both looser and more imposingly self-assured. Metamorphosen, its new album, captures that dynamic almost perfectly. 80. A fine, emotional and heartfelt effort from Marsalis, one of his best since "Requiem," it faithfully pays tribute to those late heroes like Alvin Batiste, Michael Brecker, Freddie Hubbard, Dewey Redman, Max Roach, Willie Turbinton, et. a. while also staying true to himself.
Branford Marsalis Quartet. Branford Marsalis Quartet - And Then, He Was Gone 03:17. Branford Marsalis Quartet - Abe Vigoda 05:22. Branford Marsalis Quartet - The Return Of The Jitney Man 05:57. Branford Marsalis Quartet - Sphere 06:15. Branford Marsalis Quartet - Rhythm-A-Ning 08:04. Branford Marsalis Quartet - Jabberwocky 05:16. Branford Marsalis Quartet - The Last Goodbye 08:29. Branford Marsalis Quartet - The Blossom Of Parting 08:53. Upward Spiral - Branford Marsalis, Branford Marsalis Quartet, Eric Revis, Joey Calderazzo, Justin Faulkner, Kurt Elling. Footsteps of Our Fathers - Branford Marsalis Quartet
Listen free to Branford Marsalis Quartet – Metamorphosen (The Return Of The Jitney Man, The Blossom Of Parting and more).
The Branford Marsalis Quartet is a jazz band. Branford Marsalis – saxophones. Joey Calderazzo - piano (1999–Present). Eric Revis - bass (1997–Present). Justin Faulkner - Drums (2009–Present). Jeff "Tain" Watts - Drums (1986–2009). Kenny Kirkland - Piano (1987–1998). 2016 Upward Spiral (with Kurt Elling). 2012 Four MFs Playin' Tunes. 2004 Coltrane's A Love Supreme Live. 2003 Romare Bearden Revealed. 2002 Footsteps of Our Fathers.
The Branford Marsalis Quartet has been playing together for a decade or so, plenty of time to get acquainted. In fact, enough time to become symbiotic. The definition of that word notes that close association is advantageous to all participants. On the evidence of Metamorphosen, that’s very much the case. Opener The Return of the Jitney Man, is angular and detailed. Each member’s solo is just the right side of frenetic and there’s an admirable, ongoing sense of tension and release. Metamorphosen is a prime example of highly-developed, idiomatic, modern American jazz. As such, it delivers intelligent and at times fiery interaction and is an enjoyable document of Marsalis’ ongoing journey.
|The Return Of The Jitney Man||5:58|
|The Blossom Of Parting||8:53|
|The Last Goodbye||8:30|
|And Then, He Was Gone||3:16|
|Aunt Hagar's Blues||6:20|
|UCCM-1167||Branford Marsalis Quartet||Metamorphosen (CD, Album)||Marsalis Music||UCCM-1167||Japan||2009|
|0874946001106||Branford Marsalis Quartet||Metamorphosen (CD)||Marsalis Music||0874946001106||Europe||2009|
|74946-0011-0||Branford Marsalis Quartet||Metamorphosen (CD, Album)||Marsalis Music||74946-0011-0||US||2009|
|0874946001106||Branford Marsalis Quartet||Metamorphosen (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Marsalis Music||0874946001106||Russia||2009|