Branford Marsalis Renaissance

Renaissance

Branford Marsalis

Released on September 24, 1987 by Columbia

Main artist: Branford Marsalis

Genre: Jazz

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The high point of Branford Marsalis' third Columbia release as a leader is a 15-minute version of Jimmy Rowles' "The Peacocks" played in a trio with pianist Herbie Hancock and bassist Buster Williams. The remainder of the program matches Marsalis with pianist Kenny Kirkland, bassist Bob Hurst, and drummer Tony Williams on a pair of standards ("Just One of Those Things" and a live version of "St. Thomas"), J.J. Johnson's "Lament," and originals by Marsalis and Williams. Although he did not have an immediately recognizable sound on tenor and soprano at this point, it was obvious from nearly the start that Branford Marsalis would have a very significant career. This is one of his better early efforts. ~ Scott Yanow
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Album : 1 disk - 7 tracks Total length : 00:57:00

  1. 1 Just One Of Those Things (Album Version)

    Ethan Chase, 2nd Engineer - Steve Seddon, 2nd Engineer - Patrick Smith, Engineer - John Morse, 2nd Engineer - Mission Control, Mixing Engineer - Art "Skain" Barnes, Mixing Engineer - George Butler, Executive Producer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Hurst, Bass - Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - Judd Levison, 2nd Engineer - John Hurst, 2nd Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Bob Margooleft, Engineer - C. Porter, Composer - Howard Siegel, Engineer - Tony Williams, Drums Copyright : (P) 1987 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

  2. 2 Lament (Album Version)

    Ethan Chase, 2nd Engineer - Steve Seddon, 2nd Engineer - J.J. Johnson, Composer - Patrick Smith, Engineer - John Morse, 2nd Engineer - Mission Control, Mixing Engineer - Art "Skain" Barnes, Mixing Engineer - George Butler, Executive Producer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Soprano Saxophone - Bob Hurst, Bass - Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - Judd Levison, 2nd Engineer - John Hurst, 2nd Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Bob Margooleft, Engineer - Howard Siegel, Engineer - Tony Williams, Drums Copyright : (P) 1987 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

  3. 3 The Peacocks (Album Version)

    Mission Control, Mixing Engineer - Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - John Hurst, 2nd Engineer - Ethan Chase, 2nd Engineer - Herbie Hancock, Piano - George Butler, Executive Producer - Buster Williams, Bass - Patrick Smith, Engineer - Steve Seddon, 2nd Engineer - Judd Levison, 2nd Engineer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Art "Skain" Barnes, Mixing Engineer - Bob Margooleft, Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - J. Rowles, Composer - Howard Siegel, Engineer - John Morse, 2nd Engineer Copyright : (P) 1987 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

  4. 4 Love Stone (Album Version)

    Ethan Chase, 2nd Engineer - T. Williams, Composer - Steve Seddon, 2nd Engineer - Patrick Smith, Engineer - John Morse, 2nd Engineer - Mission Control, Mixing Engineer - Art "Skain" Barnes, Mixing Engineer - George Butler, Executive Producer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Soprano Saxophone - Bob Hurst, Bass - Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - John Hurst, 2nd Engineer - Judd Levison, 2nd Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Bob Margooleft, Engineer - Howard Siegel, Engineer - Tony Williams, Drums Copyright : (P) 1987 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

  5. 5 Citadel (Album Version)

    Ethan Chase, 2nd Engineer - T. Williams, Composer - Steve Seddon, 2nd Engineer - Patrick Smith, Engineer - John Morse, 2nd Engineer - Mission Control, Mixing Engineer - Art "Skain" Barnes, Mixing Engineer - George Butler, Executive Producer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Hurst, Bass - Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - Judd Levison, 2nd Engineer - John Hurst, 2nd Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Bob Margooleft, Engineer - Howard Siegel, Engineer - Tony Williams, Drums Copyright : (P) 1987 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

  6. 6 The Wrath (Structured Burnout) (Album Version)

    Ethan Chase, 2nd Engineer - Steve Seddon, 2nd Engineer - Patrick Smith, Engineer - John Morse, 2nd Engineer - Mission Control, Mixing Engineer - Art "Skain" Barnes, Mixing Engineer - George Butler, Executive Producer - B. Marsalis, Composer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Soprano Saxophone - Bob Hurst, Bass - Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - Judd Levison, 2nd Engineer - John Hurst, 2nd Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Bob Margooleft, Engineer - Howard Siegel, Engineer - Tony Williams, Drums Copyright : (P) 1987 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

  7. 7 St. Thomas (Album Version)

    Ethan Chase, 2nd Engineer - Steve Seddon, 2nd Engineer - Patrick Smith, Engineer - John Morse, 2nd Engineer - S. Rollins, Composer - Mission Control, Mixing Engineer - Art "Skain" Barnes, Mixing Engineer - George Butler, Executive Producer - Branford Marsalis, Performer - Branford Marsalis, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Hurst, Bass - Delfeayo Marsalis, Producer - Judd Levison, 2nd Engineer - John Hurst, 2nd Engineer - Dennis Ferrante, Engineer - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Bob Margooleft, Engineer - Howard Siegel, Engineer - Tony Williams, Drums Copyright : (P) 1987 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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  • The high point of Branford Marsalis' third Columbia release as a leader is a 15-minute version of Jimmy Rowles' "The Peacocks" played in a trio with pianist Herbie Hancock and bassist Buster Williams. The remainder of the program matches Marsalis with pianist Kenny Kirkland, bassist Bob Hurst, and drummer Tony Williams on a pair of standards ("Just One of Those Things" and a live version of "St. Thomas"), J.J. Johnson's "Lament," and originals by Marsalis and Williams. Although he did not have an immediately recognizable sound on tenor and soprano at this point, it was obvious from nearly the start that Branford Marsalis would have a very significant career. This is one of his better early efforts. ~ Scott Yanow

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