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Wynton Marsalis – The Spiritual Side of Wynton Marsalis (2013)

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01 – I Hear A Knockin’ (Solo)
02 – All Rise XII I Am (Don’t You Run From Me)
03 – If I Hold On
04 – Processional
05 – Psalm 26
06 – Awakening
07 – Hymn
08 – Precious Lord, Take My Hand (Previously Unreleased)
09 – In The Sweet Embrace Of Life Sermon Holy Ghost
10 – Flee As A Bird To The Mountain
11 – Sing On
12 – Benediction
13 – Oh We Have A Friend In Jesus
14 – To Higher Ground
15 – Pot Blessed Dinner

Musicians:
Wynton Marsalis – trumpet, conductor
Wessell Anderson - sax (alto)
Wessell "Warmdaddy" Anderson - clarinet, sax (alto)
Oscar Brashear 	- trumpet
Shirley Caesar - vocals
Nathan Carter - Choir Director
Kimati Dinizulu - percussion
Gideon Feldstein - clarinet (bass), sax (baritone)
Bob Findley - trumpet
Vincent Gardner - trombone
Victor Goines - clarinet, clarinet (bass), sax (soprano), sax (tenor)
Wycliffe Gordon - trombone, tuba
Russell Gunn - trumpet
Cynthia Hardy 	Soloist, Vocals
Stefon Harris - marimba, percussion, vibraphone
Carlito Henriquez - bass
Roger Ingram - trumpet
Sherman Irby - clarinet, sax (alto)
Eric Lewis - piano
Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra 	
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra 	
Russell Malone 	- guitar
Delfeayo Marsalis - trombone
Jason Marsalis - drums
Morgan State University Choir 	
Ted Nash - flute, sax (alto), sax (soprano)
The Northridge Singers of California State University At Northbridge 	
The Paul Smith Singers 	
Marcus Printup - trumpet
Eric Reed - piano
Bill Reichenbach - trombone
Herlin Riley - drums, tambourine
Stephen Riley - sax (tenor)
Marcus Roberts - piano
Esa-Pekka Salonen - conductor
Jaz Sawyer - drums
Jamil Sharif - trumpet
Byron J. Smith - Choir Conductor
Paul Smith - Choir Director
Don Vappie - banjo
Reginald Veal - bass, trombone
Ron Westray - trombone
Michael White - clarinet
Marion Williams - vocals
Todd Williams - sax (soprano), sax (tenor)
Cassandra Wilson - vocals

 

As a New Orleans native, trumpeter/composer Wynton Marsalis has long incorporated a wide array of spiritual music into his own straight-ahead jazz. Even his earliest recordings, such as Black Codes (From the Underground) and The Majesty of the Blues, evinced the influence of gospel music, religious hymns, and New Orleans funeral processionals. Though raised in the Catholic church, Marsalis' professed take on religion has always been a holistic invocation of God, a sense of spirituality that connects all human beings -- at least as far as his music and liner notes have revealed. Inspired by the social activism of Martin Luther King, Jr., and directly influenced by the spiritually and socially conscious jazz of John Coltrane (A Love Supreme) and Duke Ellington (Sacred Concerts), Marsalis began writing his own explicitly spiritual-themed compositions beginning with 1994's In This House, On This Morning. The 2013 compilation The Spiritual Side of Wynton Marsalis brings together tracks off that album, as well as other divinely themed tracks Marsalis recorded during the '90s and 2000s. Formatted to evoke the rhythms and flow of a New Orleans funeral function, the compilation works as a soulful overview of this vital side of Marsalis' career. Included here are both small and large ensemble recordings from such albums as 1997's Pulitzer Prize-winning Blood on the Fields, 1999's Reeltime, 2002's All Rise, and more. ---Matt Collar, Rovi

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