Branford Marsalis Bloomington

Bloomington

Branford Marsalis

Released on May 13, 1993 by Columbia

Main artist: Branford Marsalis

Genre: Jazz

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This live set (part of which was included in the performance film The Music Tells You) features Branford Marsalis and his longtime trio (bassist Robert Hurst and drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts) really stretching out on six pieces. Most of the playing is unfortunately very long-winded and rather dull. Marsalis seems content to play the part of a chameleon, doing his impressions of late-period Coltrane, Sonny Rollins and (when he switches to soprano) Ornette Coleman. Also, the music lacks variety and Marsalis is off-mic part of the time. Although the final two selections give this set a much needed dose of humor, it is too little too late. ~ Scott Yanow
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Album : 1 disk - 6 tracks Total length : 01:16:59

  1. 1 Xavier's Lair (Album Version)

    Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - Timothy Powell, 2nd Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Jason Marsalis, Edited By - George Butler, Executive Producer - Patrick Smith, Recording Engineer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis, Soprano Saxophone - B. Marsalis, Composer - B. Marsalis, Lyricist - Jeff 'Tain' Watts, Drums Copyright : (P) 1993 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

  2. 2 Everything Happens To Me (Album Version)

    Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - M. Dennis, Composer - M. Dennis, Lyricist - Timothy Powell, 2nd Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - T. Adair, Composer - T. Adair, Lyricist - Jason Marsalis, Edited By - George Butler, Executive Producer - Patrick Smith, Recording Engineer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis, Soprano Saxophone - Jeff 'Tain' Watts, Drums Copyright : (P) 1993 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

  3. 3 The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born (Album Version)

    Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - Timothy Powell, 2nd Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Jason Marsalis, Edited By - George Butler, Executive Producer - Patrick Smith, Recording Engineer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis, Soprano Saxophone - B. Marsalis, Composer - B. Marsalis, Lyricist - Jeff 'Tain' Watts, Drums Copyright : (P) 1993 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

  4. 4 Citizen Tain (Album Version)

    Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - Timothy Powell, 2nd Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Jason Marsalis, Edited By - George Butler, Executive Producer - Patrick Smith, Recording Engineer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis, Soprano Saxophone - B. Marsalis, Composer - B. Marsalis, Lyricist - Jeff 'Tain' Watts, Drums Copyright : (P) 1993 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

  5. 5 Friday The 13th (Album Version)

    Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - Timothy Powell, 2nd Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Jason Marsalis, Edited By - George Butler, Executive Producer - Patrick Smith, Recording Engineer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis, Soprano Saxophone - Jeff 'Tain' Watts, Drums - T. Monk, Composer - T. Monk, Lyricist Copyright : (P) 1993 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

  6. 6 Roused About (Album Version)

    R. Hurst, Composer - R. Hurst, Lyricist - Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - Timothy Powell, 2nd Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Jason Marsalis, Edited By - George Butler, Executive Producer - Patrick Smith, Recording Engineer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis, Soprano Saxophone - Jeff 'Tain' Watts, Drums Copyright : (P) 1993 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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  • This live set (part of which was included in the performance film The Music Tells You) features Branford Marsalis and his longtime trio (bassist Robert Hurst and drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts) really stretching out on six pieces. Most of the playing is unfortunately very long-winded and rather dull. Marsalis seems content to play the part of a chameleon, doing his impressions of late-period Coltrane, Sonny Rollins and (when he switches to soprano) Ornette Coleman. Also, the music lacks variety and Marsalis is off-mic part of the time. Although the final two selections give this set a much needed dose of humor, it is too little too late. ~ Scott Yanow

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Branford Marsalis in the magazine

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Columbia

Bruce Springsteen, Daft Punk, Electric Light Orchestra, Pharrell… Columbia Records boasts one of the most eclectic and star-studded music catalogues in existence, and is undoubtedly a huge supporter of Hi-Res audio. Founded all the way back in 1887, the company is now the oldest surviving brand name in recorded sound, and only the second to produce recorded records. Over 125 years later, it is safe to say that Columbia Records, now part of the Sony Music Group, has established itself a timeless icon in music.

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Jazz in the magazine

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