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Branford Marsalis, Pat Metheny Group - I Heard You Twice the First Time, Offramp / Secret Story album flac


Performer: Branford Marsalis
Genre: Jazz
Title: I Heard You Twice the First Time, Offramp / Secret Story
Released: 2000
Style: Fusion
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Offramp is the third album by the Pat Metheny Group, released in 1982. It won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Fusion Performance. It contains the popular ballad "Are You Going with Me?".

Secret Story is an album by Pat Metheny released in 1992. On the performing side, it includes collaborations with the Pinpeat Orchestra of the Royal ballet of Cambodia, the London Orchestra and its conductor Jeremy Lubbock, the Choir of the Cambodian Royal Palace, Toots Thielemans, and Lyle Mays.

Branford Marsalis leads his top-flight group (Kenny Kirkland - piano, Robert Hurst - bass, Jeff 'Tain' Watts - Drums) through a century of blues history. They dig deep into every style from call-and-response field chants (Berta, Berta - from August Wilson's transcendant play "The Piano Lesson") through the blues-n'-boogie of John Lee Hooker, all the way up to postbop free-jazz. This album won a 1992 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, a jazzy blues album with musical guests and the late Kenny Kirkland (p), Jeff "Tain" Watts (d), Robert Hurst (b), . s Blues"), John Lee Hooker (on "Mabel"), Linda Hopkins and brother Wynton Marsalis (t), among others. King really wails away far into the song with some clever guitar work.

I Heard You Twice the First Time. I Heard You Twice the First Time is a jazz album by Branford Marsalis that explores different aspects of the blues, featuring guest appearances from . King, John Lee Hooker, Russell Malone, Wynton Marsalis and Linda Hopkins. It peaked at number 1 on the Top Jazz Albums chart. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Individual or Group. In the midst of his ever-expanding celebrity, Branford Marsalis has waxed his new Columbia album, I HEARD YOU TWICE THE FIRST TIME. It is his long-awaited blues project, featuring heartfelt contributions from . King, John Lee Hooker, Linda Hopkins, and others. To that end, he invited some masters to lend a hand. I HEARD YOU TWICE THE FIRST TIME doesn't just spotlight these few blues greats whose credentials virtually define the idiom. The album features, among others, Branford's long-term group members Kenny Kirkland (piano), Robert Hurst (bass), and Jeff 'Tain' Watts (drums), players who have helped the leader shape his musical point of view. Hurst emerges as a bluesman in his own right with his cheeky composition, "Brother Trying to Catch a Cab Blues.

Complex Earnest Earthy Energetic Gritty Intense. Freedom Hanging Out Late Night Relaxation. Branford Marsalis plays the blues on this interesting if erratic CD. Among his many guests are . King (although surprisingly, there is no interaction between Marsalis and King), John Lee Hooker, Russell Malone, Linda Hopkins (who comes across very well), Joe Louis Walker and brothers Wynton and Delfeayo Marsalis. Ranging from hints of field hollers and New Orleans to country blues, a vignette ("Brother Trying to Catch a Cab (On the East Side) Blues") and a few more conventional burnouts, this is an intriguing set that is worth picking up. Track Listing.

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