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Yusef Lateef - Nocturnes (1989)

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1 	Warm Intensity 	4:45
2 	Estuary 	2:34
3 	Indefinite Expansion 	2:34
4 	Closed Space 	5:12
5 	Compassion Duration 	4:56
6 	Visible Particles 	2:33
7 	While On Earth 	4:50
8 	Elementary Substance 	4:30
9 	Soft Light 	1:49
10 	Life Property 	2:39
11 	Luminous Energy 	2:37
12 	Essential Element 	5:27

Yusef Lateef - Casio, Ensoniq, Flutes, Keyboards, Oboe, Piano, Sax (Tenor)
Christopher Salvo - Clarinet, Guest Artist
Hugh Schick - Flugelhorn, Horn
Patrick Tucker - French Horn 

 

Yusef Lateef has always sought to extend the boundaries of musical expression. Continuing his quest for new vistas in jazz, Yusef Lateef's 1989 release NOCTURNES is a subtle, even brooding, musical project that uses sound colors and stark musical landscapes to create, above all else, a sense of darkness and nighttime. This music is largely programmatic. In fact, NOCTURNES is probably best summed up as a modern tone poem. The writing is gloomy and ominous, dissonant and angular. Yet, each track retains a distinctly gentle and placid disposition. Trumpeter Hugh Schick plays with a rich, full bodied and legato approach throughout and Lateef's own flute playing is often quite heartrending as he soliloquizes over his own piano and keyboard playing.

NOCTURNES is a perfect CD for late nights or dreary afternoons, Lateef and crew challenge our ears to enter into a world that is at once desolate and austere, yet pretty and serene. In short, this is mood music at its best. Highlights include "Compassion Duration" and "Warm Intensity." ---AllMusic Review

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