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Christian Scott - Christian Scott Collection (2014)

12-07-2015, 15:31
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Christian Scott - Christian Scott Collection (2014)

Artist: Christian Scott
Title Of Album: Christian Scott Collection
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Concord Jazz
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 75:39 min
Total Size: 173 / 479 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1. The Uprising
2. Rewind That
3. The Eraser
4. When Marissa Stands Her Ground
5. Cease Fire
6. Jenacide (The Inevitable Rise and Fall of the Bloddless Revolution)
7. Say It
8. Spy Boy / Flag Boy
9. Like That
10. The Red Rooster
11. The American't
12. Litany Against Fear

Two-time Edison Award-winning trumpeter-composer-producer-bandleader Christian Scott stands tall among a handful of talented young jazz artists who are expanding their artistic vision beyond the strict confines of the genre's tradition. Throughout his eight-album career to date, the 31-year old Scott has been an intrepid explorer, constantly striding into uncharted jazz territory.

Including material from his GRAMMY nominated 2006 album Rewind That to his most recent release, bold double album Christian aTunde Adjuah, The Christian Scott Collection showcases an artist in motion growing and innovating along the years. Tracks include Radiohead cover 'The Eraser,' from the Rudy Van Gelder-engineered album Yesterday You Said Tomorrow; 'Litany Against Fear,' a recorded performance from Scott's Live At Newport album; and the celebratory 'Spy Boy/ Flag Boy,' about the musician and his brother, and their roles in their New Orleans-based Black Indian tribe.

Scott, who has also lent his trumpet skills to albums by such luminaries as Prince, DJ Logic, Ledisi and X-Clan, has garnered excitement from critics and fans alike. NPR proclaimed, 'Christian Scott ushers in a new era of Jazz,' while Jazz Times called Scott 'Jazz's young style god,' and New York Magazine declared that 'the trumpet phenom is creating jazz for a younger generation.' The regularly touring musician has performed with his quintet all over the world and at such prestigious events as the New Orleans Jazz Fest, the Newport Jazz Festival, JazzFest Berlin and the Democratic National Committee Fundraiser in Harlem, where a 27-year old Scott entertained President Obama.

In his liner notes on 2010's Yesterday You Said Tomorrow, Scott writes about people calling his approach 'stretch,' and notes, 'It's true that we are attempting to stretch not replace jazz's rhythmic, melodic and harmonic conventions to encompass as many musical forms/languages/cultures as we can. My core belief is that no form of expression is more valid than any other. This belief has compelled me to attempt to create a sound that is genre blind in its acculturation of other musical forms, languages, textures, conventions and processes.'

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