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Wynton Marsalis|Levee Low Moan Soul Gestures In Southern Blue Vol. 3

Levee Low Moan Soul Gestures In Southern Blue Vol. 3

Wynton Marsalis

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Wynton Marsalis' three-part Soul Gestures in Southern Blue (of which this CD is the final section) is a disappointment. None of the themes are particularly memorable and, although the individual solos are fine, not much really happens; overall it is a rather weird tribute to the blues. Actually, the main significance to this particular set is that the trumpeter had for the first time put together the nucleus to his septet. Although there was no trombonist yet, altoist Wessell Anderson, tenor saxophonist Todd Williams, bassist Reginald Veal, and drummer Herlin Riley were already in place while pianist Marcus Roberts was still a part of Marsalis' group. But musically this trilogy can be bypassed; get his more recent recordings instead.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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1
Levee Low Moan (Album Version)
00:11:12

Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Engineer - W. Marsalis, Composer - W. Marsalis, Lyricist - George Butler, Executive Producer - Steve Epstein, Producer - Marcus Roberts, Piano - Reginald Veal, Bass - Wessell Anderson, Alto Saxophone - Todd Williams, Tenor Saxophone - Todd Williams, Soprano Saxophone - Herlin Riley, Drums

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
Jig's Jig (Album Version)
00:08:47

Wynton Marsalis, Composer - Wynton Marsalis, Lyricist - Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Engineer - George Butler, Executive Producer - Seth Foster, Mastering Engineer - Steve Epstein, Producer - Marcus Roberts, Piano - Reginald Veal, Bass - Wessell Anderson, Alto Saxophone - Todd Williams, Tenor Saxophone - Todd Williams, Soprano Saxophone - Herlin Riley, Drums

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
So This Is Jazz, Huh? (Album Version)
00:06:59

Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Engineer - W. Marsalis, Composer - W. Marsalis, Lyricist - George Butler, Executive Producer - Steve Epstein, Producer - Marcus Roberts, Piano - Reginald Veal, Bass - Wessell Anderson, Alto Saxophone - Todd Williams, Tenor Saxophone - Todd Williams, Soprano Saxophone - Herlin Riley, Drums

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
In The House Of Williams (Album Version)
00:10:05

Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Engineer - George Butler, Executive Producer - Steve Epstein, Producer - Marcus Roberts, Piano - Reginald Veal, Bass - T. Williams, Composer - T. Williams, Lyricist - Wessell Anderson, Alto Saxophone - Todd Williams, Tenor Saxophone - Todd Williams, Soprano Saxophone - Herlin Riley, Drums

(P) 1991 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
Superb Starling (Album Version)
00:11:37

Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Engineer - W. Marsalis, Composer - W. Marsalis, Lyricist - George Butler, Executive Producer - Steve Epstein, Producer - Marcus Roberts, Piano - Reginald Veal, Bass - Wessell Anderson, Alto Saxophone - Todd Williams, Tenor Saxophone - Todd Williams, Soprano Saxophone - Herlin Riley, Drums

(P) 1991 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Wynton Marsalis' three-part Soul Gestures in Southern Blue (of which this CD is the final section) is a disappointment. None of the themes are particularly memorable and, although the individual solos are fine, not much really happens; overall it is a rather weird tribute to the blues. Actually, the main significance to this particular set is that the trumpeter had for the first time put together the nucleus to his septet. Although there was no trombonist yet, altoist Wessell Anderson, tenor saxophonist Todd Williams, bassist Reginald Veal, and drummer Herlin Riley were already in place while pianist Marcus Roberts was still a part of Marsalis' group. But musically this trilogy can be bypassed; get his more recent recordings instead.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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