Show menu
Check in Feedback

Wallace Roney - Blue Dawn - Blue Nights (2019) [HighNote Records; Flac/Mp3]

23.09.2019


The Philadelphia-born trumpeter-bandleader Wallace Roney has been a significant force on the jazz scene from the age 16. With twenty one recordings as a leader, and some impressive work with McCoy Tyner, Dizzy Gillespie, Elvin Jones, Chick Corea, and as the protegé of Miles Davis. Roney has secured his place in jazz history as a member of VSOP. This new CD, features Roney as the mentor and guiding light of a quicksilver group of the Next Generation Jazz Artists: Emilio Modeste (saxes), Oscar Williams II (piano), Paul Cuffari (bass) and Kojo Odu Roney (drums). The core group is augmented by Philadelphia guitarist Quitin Zoto and the legendary drummer, Lenny White, who played on Miles Davis' classic Bitches Brew recording. From the pointillistically beautiful "Why Should There Be Stars" to the new sounds of Dave Liebman's "New Breed" Roney and company offer a rare glimpse into the future of jazz.

Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks)
Size: 123 / 344 Mb
Label: HighNote Records
Catalogue Number: HCD 7318
Total Time: 00:53:27

Tracklist
1. Bookendz (06:13)
2. Why Should There Be Stars (05:28)
3. Wolfbane (07:54)
4. New Breed (08:13)
5. Don't Stop Me Now (07:05)
6. In a Dark Room (09:00)
7. Venus Rising (05:15)
8. Elliptical (04:15)

Download Wallace Roney - Blue Dawn - Blue Nights (2019) [HighNote Records; Flac/Mp3]



Tags: HighNote Records 2019 Jazz Post-Bop Wallace Roney
Similar albums
Genre: Jazz Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks,log,cue) Size: 149 / 307 Mb Label: The Santa Fe Jazz Piano Collective Catalogue Number: 888295609890 Total Time: 01:04:23 Tracklist 1. But
Journey Around the Truth is a work commissioned from Andy Emler by Radio France for the new organ of the Auditorium of Radio France. This project is the fruit of a long musical friendship between two
Vida Blue shared an excerpt from “Weepa,” the fifth track on Crossing Lines, a new studio album due out September 20 via Phish keyboardist Page McConnell‘s Keyed Records imprint. The core band of