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Wynton Marsalis - Black Codes (From the Underground) (1985) Flac

14-02-2015, 09:06
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Wynton Marsalis - Black Codes (From the Underground) (1985) Flac

Artist: Wynton Marsalis
Title Of Album: Black Codes (From the Underground)
Year Of Release: 1885
Label(Catalog#): Columbia[Col 468 711 2]
Country: USA
Genre: Jazz, Post Bop
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue,log,scans)
Time: 51:13
Full Size: 295 MB(+3%)


01 - Black Codes (from the Underground)
02 - For Wee Folks
03 - Delfeayo's Dilemma
04 - Phryzzinian Man
05 - Aural Oasis
06 - Chambers of Tain
07 - Blues
Wynton Marsalis - Black Codes (From the Underground) (1985) Flac

This is probably the best Wynton Marsalis recording from his Miles Davis period. With his brother Branford (who doubles here on tenor and soprano) often closely emulating Wayne Shorter and the rhythm section (pianist Kenny Kirkland, bassist Charnett Moffett, and drummer Jeff Watts) sounding a bit like the famous Herbie Hancock-Ron Carter-Tony Williams trio, Wynton is heard at the head of what was essentially an updated version of the mid- to late-'60s Miles Davis Quintet (despite Stanley Crouch's pronouncements in his typically absurd liner notes about Marsalis' individuality). The music is brilliantly played and displays what the "Young Lions" movement was really about: young musicians choosing to explore acoustic jazz and to extend the innovations of the pre-fusion modern mainstream style. Marsalis would develop his own sound a few years later, but even at age 23 he had few close competitors.~ Scott Yanow

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