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Audio CD, October 17, 2006
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Born in 1942, Jack DeJohnette is widely regarded as one of jazz music's greatest drummers. In his early years in Chicago scene, he led his own groups and was equally in demand as a pianist and as a drummer, collaborating with most major figures in jazz history, such as: John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins, Sun Ra, Jackie McLean, Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, Stan ... Read more in Amazon's Jack DeJohnette Store

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Product Details

1. The Elephant Sleeps But Still Remembers... (Excerpt)
2. Ocean Wave
3. Worldwide Funk (DJ Logic Remix)
4. Cat & Mouse
5. Song For The Rainforest
6. Na Na Nai (Radio Edit)
7. Music In The Key Of Om (Excerpt)
8. Dubwise (Horn Mix)
9. Worldwide Funk (Club Mix)

Editorial Reviews

While jazz drummer Jack DeJohnette's illustrious career has been marked by great recordings and collaborations for a variety of labels, many facets of his musical life were never represented on disc until the launch of his imprint, Golden Beams Productions in spring 2005. A jazz master with a background rich in diversity, DeJohnette often looks outside the borders of jazz when selecting a collaborator, composing a piece or beginning a recording. "Golden Beams Collected, Volume 1" will highlight the artist's work in a broad range of areas - African, Brazilian, electronic, drum & bass, and meditation music - all informed by the creativity and superb musicianship of what the New York Times' Ben Ratliff calls "one of the most important musicians in the last 40 years of jazz."

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