Branford Marsalis Footsteps of Our Fathers (2002) [Jazz][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

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Name:Branford Marsalis Footsteps of Our Fathers (2002) [Jazz][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

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Branford Marsalis - Footsteps of Our Fathers
Audio CD (August 13, 2002)
Label: Marsalis Music
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Branford, the oldest and most exploratory of the Marsalis brothers, launches his new label with his most ambitious recording to date. He isn't just invoking the giants of modern tenor sax, he's playing their most demanding extended compositions -- Sonny Rollins's "Freedom Suite" and John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme." Marsalis rises to the challenge handily. "Freedom Suite" is all rhythmic nuance and kinetic blues, sly wit and subtle swing, played with just bass and drums, as was the original. Marsalis previously recorded "A Love Supreme" in 1994 on Stolen Moments: Red Hot + Cool, but the results are far superior here, as he's grown into the emotional dimensions of Coltrane's suite. The extended solo on "Resolution," and the even more intense exploration of "Pursuance," mark high points among Marsalis's recordings. This is just as much an achievement for his remarkable band, with solid support from pianist Joey Calderazzo and bassist Eric Revis, and, above all, the consistently fresh and sometimes explosive drumming of Jeff "Tain" Watts. Ornette Coleman's "Giggin'" and John Lewis's "Concorde" bookend the major works. ~Stuart Broomer, Amazon.com

Branford Marsalis has never been one to shy away from a challenge. Clearly the most adventuresome of the Marsalis brothers, Branford is bold, creative and very imaginative. His previous two Quartet recordings were evolutionary and great warm up fodder for "Footsteps of Our Fathers." Branford and company pay homage to Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane and John Lewis on this bold and beautiful testiment of Jazz. One could easily get lost in the past with these four compositions, but Brandon manages to update and modernize these classics without disrespecting their places in Jazz history. It is fun to here these masterpieces played by a modern master. The Quartet is in top-notch form on all levels and the music flows well throughout the disc. The group chemistry is very strong and each member gets a chance to solo and show their respect to these great "Fathers". My favorite highlight is the way Jeff "Tain" Watts and Eric Revis solo during the transitions on "A Love Supreme. These guys are great musicians. Joey Calderazzo is amazing. He has great imagination and skills. Branford's touch and feel are on the money throughout this disc. He can play tenor with the best of them. His solo on "A Love Supreme" knocks me out. John Coltrane would be very proud. I would love to hear this band tackle a couple of Dexter Gordon tunes on the next CD.

There is a feeling of freedom and independence on this recording. As challenging and difficult as some of this music is to play, there is a relaxed peace vibing throughout the entire affair. If this is what we can come to expect from Branford and his new recording label, they are off to a wonderful start. Great job Branford. I can't wait to catch you live. Peace & Enjoy. ~ A. Davis "astandavis"

Branford Marsalis - saxophone
Joey Calderazzo - piano
Eric Revis - bass
Also: Jeff "Tain" Watts

Branford Marsalis - Footsteps of Our Fathers Tracks
01 Giggin' 7:18
02 The Freedom Suite - Movement I 6:03
03 The Freedom Suite - Interlude 0:59
04 The Freedom Suite - Movement II 8:19
05 The Freedom Suite - Movement III 7:30
06 A Love Supreme Part I - Acknowledgement 7:11
07 A Love Supreme Part II - Resolution 12:38
08 A Love Supreme Part III - Pursuance 8:11
09 A Love Supreme Part IV - Psalm 4:18
10 Concorde 4:59

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