Contemporary Jazz is a jazz album by the Branford Marsalis Quartet, featuring Branford Marsalis, Eric Revis, Jeff "Tain" Watts, and Joey Calderazzo which was recorded on December 1–4, 1999 at Bearsville Sound Studios in New York, New York. The album received the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Individual or Group in 2000 and reached Number 12 on the Billboard Top Jazz Albums chart.
The Branford Marsalis Quartet is a jazz band. Branford Marsalis – saxophones. Joey Calderazzo - piano (1999–Present). Eric Revis - bass (1997–Present). Justin Faulkner - Drums (2009–Present). Jeff "Tain" Watts - Drums (1986–2009). Kenny Kirkland - Piano (1987–1998). 2016 Upward Spiral (with Kurt Elling). 2012 Four MFs Playin' Tunes. 2004 Coltrane's A Love Supreme Live. 2003 Romare Bearden Revealed. 2002 Footsteps of Our Fathers.
Saxophone, Producer – Branford Marsalis. Written-By – John Coltrane (tracks: 6 to 9), John Lewis (2) (tracks: 10), Ornette Coleman (tracks: 1), Sonny Rollins (tracks: 2 to 5). 메모. Jeff "Tain" Watts appears courtesy of Columbia Records. Recorded December 1-3, 2001 at Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, . Mixed January 3-6, 2002 at Manhattan Center Studios, New York, . Mastered at Sterling Sound in New York, . Tracklisting as in the liner notes and on the CD itself - the back cover lists the contents as: Giggin', The Freedom Suite, A Love Supreme, Concorde.
Footsteps of Our Fathers is the first great Branford Marsalis album since 96's The Dark Keys. The results are stunning. Footsteps of Our Fathers honors the Giants: Ornette Coleman-a bright, whimsical "Giggin'"; Sonny Rollins-a new take on his 1958 Riverside Records masterpiece, "Freedom Suite"; John Coltrane-an unleashed near-sacrosanct A Love Supreme, in its entirety; and The Modern Jazz Quartet's "Concorde" to close the show
Footsteps Of Our Fathers. Branford Marsalis has never been one to stand still. The acclaimed saxophonist forges new paths with an assurance born of lifelong dedication and keenly honed knowledge, in the company of his stunning quartet. Together they have created Footsteps of Our Fathers, a joyous homage to jazz immortals living and dead who helped shape a value system that inspires not only Branford’s playing and writing, but also his determination to ensure that true creativity will be properly documented through his new Marsalis Music label. The album opens with "Giggin’," a typically idiosyncratic blues line that alto saxophonist Ornette Coleman recorded in 1959 with trumpeter Don Cherry, bassist Percy Heath and drummer Shelly Manne.
Branford Marsalis Quartet. The Freedom Suite: Movement III, 07:33. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
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Footsteps of Our Fathers is a jazz album by the Branford Marsalis Quartet, featuring Branford Marsalis, Eric Revis, Jeff "Tain" Watts, and Joey Calderazzo, which was recorded December 1–3, 2001 at Bearsville Sound Studios in New York, New York. Marsalis's first recording for his new label Marsalis Music after 18 years on Sony Music, the album features the quartet's recording of four significant works of jazz from the years 1955 to 1964, including works by Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins (The Freedom Suite), John Coltrane (A Love Supreme), and the Modern Jazz Quartet.
Redirected from User:Tjarrett/Footsteps of Our Fathers (Branford Marsalis albums)). Footsteps of Our Fathers is a jazz album by the Branford Marsalis Quartet, featuring Branford Marsalis, Eric Revis, Jeff "Tain" Watts, and Joey Calderazzo, which was recorded December 1–3, 2001 at Bearsville Sound Studios in New York, New York
|The Freedom Suite|
|A Love Supreme|
|I - Acknowledgement||7:11|
|II - Resolution||12:37|
|III - Pursuance||8:11|
|IV - Psalm||4:20|
|11661-3301-2||Branford Marsalis Quartet||Footsteps Of Our Fathers (CD, Album)||Rounder Records, Marsalis Music||11661-3301-2||US||2002|
|ROUN3301||Branford Marsalis Quartet||Footsteps Of Our Fathers (CD, Album)||Rounder Records, Shock||ROUN3301||Australia||2002|
|MARCD 3301||Branford Marsalis Quartet||Footsteps Of Our Fathers (CD, Album)||Continental Record Services, Marsalis Music||MARCD 3301||UK & Europe||2002|
|TOCJ-66203||Branford Marsalis Quartet||Footsteps Of Our Fathers (CD, Album, Promo)||Marsalis Music||TOCJ-66203||Japan||2002|