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You Can't Steal My Joy

Ezra Collective

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In early 2018, the compilation We Out Here released on Gilles Peterson's label burst onto the young British jazz scene, revealing his dynamism, his energy and above all, his eclecticism. Many attribute saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings (Sons of Kemet, The Comet is Coming, Melt Yourself Down...) as the leader of this trend: a role he has always refused to embody. The boundaries of this jazz, as with musicians of this generation, are deliberately blurred, and the five members of Ezra Collective were all present on this Qobuzissime compilation. With You Can't Steal My Joy, the London group led by drummer Femi Koleoso finally signed their first album. In 2017, their EP Juan Pablo: The Philosopher (which closed with a beautiful cover of Sun Ra's Space is the Place) was a sensation, winning numerous awards and offering a very Afrobeat vision of jazz. These unique qualities can be found on this ultra-funky opus. With Joe Armon Jones on keyboards, TJ Koleoso on double bass, Dylan Jones on trumpet and James Mollison on saxophone, Koleoso orchestrates a refreshingly festive symphony focusing on brass and rhythms: a hybrid made of afrobeat, jazz, hip hop, reggae, Caribbean music and soul. And to better reflect this panoramic vision, Ezra Collective goes on this multi-colored journey with soul sister Jorja Smith (Reason in Disguise), rapper Loyle Carner (What Am I to Do?) and the afrobeat group Kokoroko (Shakara). All that's left is to enjoy this beautiful, eclectic parade of groovy landscapes. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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Space is the Place 00:02:34

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Why You Mad? 00:02:46

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Red Whine 00:04:26

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Quest For Coin 00:03:56

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(C) 2019 Enter The Jungle (P) 2019 Enter The Jungle

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Reason in Disguise 00:03:41

Jorja Smith, FeaturedArtist - Ezra Collective, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Enter The Jungle (P) 2018 Enter the Jungle

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What Am I to Do? 00:04:04

Loyle Carner, FeaturedArtist - Ezra Collective, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Enter The Jungle (P) 2019 Enter The Jungle

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Chris and Jane 00:03:58

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(C) 2019 Enter The Jungle (P) 2019 Enter The Jungle

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People Saved 00:06:28

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(C) 2019 Enter The Jungle (P) 2019 Enter The Jungle

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Philosopher II 00:03:36

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(C) 2019 Enter The Jungle (P) 2019 Enter The Jungle

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São Paulo 00:03:59

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(C) 2019 Enter The Jungle (P) 2019 Enter The Jungle

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King Of The Jungle 00:03:57

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You Can't Steal My Joy 00:04:49

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(C) 2019 Enter The Jungle (P) 2019 Enter The Jungle

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Shakara 00:05:17

Kokoroko, FeaturedArtist - Ezra Collective, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Enter The Jungle (P) 2019 Enter The Jungle

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In early 2018, the compilation We Out Here released on Gilles Peterson's label burst onto the young British jazz scene, revealing his dynamism, his energy and above all, his eclecticism. Many attribute saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings (Sons of Kemet, The Comet is Coming, Melt Yourself Down...) as the leader of this trend: a role he has always refused to embody. The boundaries of this jazz, as with musicians of this generation, are deliberately blurred, and the five members of Ezra Collective were all present on this Qobuzissime compilation. With You Can't Steal My Joy, the London group led by drummer Femi Koleoso finally signed their first album. In 2017, their EP Juan Pablo: The Philosopher (which closed with a beautiful cover of Sun Ra's Space is the Place) was a sensation, winning numerous awards and offering a very Afrobeat vision of jazz. These unique qualities can be found on this ultra-funky opus. With Joe Armon Jones on keyboards, TJ Koleoso on double bass, Dylan Jones on trumpet and James Mollison on saxophone, Koleoso orchestrates a refreshingly festive symphony focusing on brass and rhythms: a hybrid made of afrobeat, jazz, hip hop, reggae, Caribbean music and soul. And to better reflect this panoramic vision, Ezra Collective goes on this multi-colored journey with soul sister Jorja Smith (Reason in Disguise), rapper Loyle Carner (What Am I to Do?) and the afrobeat group Kokoroko (Shakara). All that's left is to enjoy this beautiful, eclectic parade of groovy landscapes. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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