Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun [Jazz][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

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Name:Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun [Jazz][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

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 13 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Hot Tamales.mp3

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 12 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Road So Clear.mp3

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 11 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Show Me a Love.mp3

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 10 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Drunk as Cooter Brown.mp3

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 09 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Shelter from the Storm.mp3

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 08 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Wichita Lineman.mp3

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 07 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Just Another Parade.mp3

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 06 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Only a Dream in Rio.mp3

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 05 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun You Gotta Move.mp3

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 04 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Waters of March.mp3

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 03 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Darkness on the Delta.mp3

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 02 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun Justice.mp3

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 01 Cassandra Wilson Belly of the Sun The Weight.mp3

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Cassandra Wilson - Belly of the Sun
Audio CD (March 26, 2002)
Original Release Date: February 26, 2002
Label: Blue Note Records
Bitrate: 320 kbps

By now, it's a moot point whether Cassandra Wilson is singing jazz or not. By unifying what were once considered disparate styles and song forms with her languorously rich vocals and offbeat instrumental textures, she has become the queen of her own genre. Largely recorded at a one-time train station in her native Mississippi, Belly of the Sun ranges from country-blues great Fred McDowell's gritty "You Gotta Move" (popularized by the Rolling Stones and here featuring acoustic-guitar wiz Richard Johnston) to Brazilian immortal Antonio Carlos Jobim's winsome "Waters of March" (featuring a children's choir) to a hauntingly feminized version of Jimmy Webb's "Wichita Lineman." Revealing her command of narrative material, Wilson draws seductive meaning from Bob Dylan's "Shelter from the Storm" and the Band's "The Weight." Featuring Kevin Breit and Marvin Sewell on all manner of guitars and related string instruments, Belly of the Sun also boasts three strong Wilson originals, including "Just Another Parade," a jazzy-soulful duet with India Arie, and "Show Me a Love." As her own producer, Wilson comes up with less compelling backgrounds than Craig Street, who produced her darker-tinged breakthrough albums. Still, this is her most seamless, smoothest-flowing, and most effortlessly expansive recording. "I need to feel some rich black soil that's moist between my toes," she sings. You can feel her Southern roots in the grooves as well. ~ Lloyd Sachs

"Belly Of The Sun", Cassandra Wilson's tribute to the smoky bogs of the Bayou, is a cognitive heatspell that invokes the legend of Robert Johnson, protest music and 70's Southern California rock in a alltogether new style. Cassandra Wilson is one of maybe three vocalists that could pull off a project like this. Her ethereal contralto has in the past been used to master complicated jazz classic and pop throwaways, but classics like Blue Lights Til Dawn and New moon Daughter only suggested how imaginitive Ms. Wilson could be in her reinterpretation of other artists materials. The Band's "The Weight" becomes more of a plea than an offer of assistance, and Dylan's "Shelter From The Storm" is an acoustic dream, completely different (fortunately) than the original. Again daring her crowd to rethink pop prejudices, (as she did in covering "Last Train To Clarksville), Ms. Wilson makes Jimmy Webb's "Wichita Lineman" a treasure. It is hard to beleive this is the same song that previously invoked images of rhinestone cowboys.

Again, Cassandra shows marked growth with her original music, and most of the self penned tunes on "Belly" are as worthy as the cover material. "Just Another Parade" is infectious and entertaining, and contributions by India.Arie to this song suggest that Ms. Wilson knows who, among her peers in the industry has legs, not just lungs. "Cooter Brown", another CW original simply smokes.
Many of these tunes sound as though there was a lot of love and laughter in the studio (actually a train station and some old rail cars in Ms. Wilson's native south). It is a tribute to Cassandra that this spirit has been captured in the recording. Light some candles on a rainy evening, put this in the CD player and kick back - and prepare to have your soul stirred, not shaken. ~ Karl Miller

I discovered this by listening to the copy on display in my local store. From the first notes of "The weight" I was seduced by the organic arrangements and when she started to sing with this deep, warm voice, it was sold. This album sounds like a warm summer breeze. It makes you feel like slowly dancing in the sun. It feels good to find some albums who keep away from electronic devices and stick to real, basic instruments: acoustic guitars, percussion, acoustic bass, piano.

I do not know if it is jazz, blues, or something in between. "Darkness on the delta" sounds piano bar, while songs like "The weight", "Justice", "Only a dream in Rio", "Wichita Lineman", "Show me a love" makes me think about Sade ("Love Deluxe" period). "Waters of March" is clearly jazzy. "You gotta move" is a blues, I can't help clapping my hands in rhythm. One of my favourite is "Just another parade", the acoustic guitar duet with India Arié (a great singer songwriter, check her "Acoustic Soul"). "Shelter from the storm" is folk. The album ends on an upbeat note with the short but nice "Hot Tamales". ~ Sandy

Kevin Breit - vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, National steel guitar, slide resonator guitar, E-bow guitar, 12-string banjo, bizouki, mandolin, ominichord
Cassandra Wilson - vocals, guitar, sardo
Jeffrey Haynes - steel pans, plastic tub, percussion
Vasti Jackson - vocals
Richard Johnson - vocals, guitar
Richard Johnson - vocals, guitar
Marvin Sewell - acoustic & electric guitars
Jewell Bass
Mark Peterson - acoustic & electric basses
Boogaloo Ames - piano

Cassandra Wilson - Belly of the Sun Tracks:
01 The Weight
02 Justice
03 Darkness on the Delta
04 Waters of March
05 You Gotta Move
06 Only a Dream in Rio
07 Just Another Parade
08 Wichita Lineman
09 Shelter From the Storm
10 Drunk as Cooter Brown
11 Show Me a Love
12 Road So Clear
13 Hot Tamales

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