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Yesterday You Said Tomorrow

Christian ScottAudio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)

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Edison Award winning trumpeter-composer-producer-bandleader Christian Scott stands tall among a handful of talented young jazz artists who are expanding their artistic vision beyond the strict confines of the genre’s tradition. Throughout his career, Scott has been an intrepid explorer, from his Grammy nominated debut Rewind That to his genre stretching last album Yesterday You Said ... Read more in Amazon's Christian Scott Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 30, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Concord Jazz
  • ASIN: B002ZCWA9A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,242 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Jazz trumpeter's highly anticipated, all-new 10-song collection. Christian Scott is a 27 year old trumpeter with a profile that is rapidly growing internationally in the music and film circles. His debut album 'Rewind That' was nominated for a Grammy Award and Billboard magazine named him as one of the faces to watch. His style, sensibility and musical talent prove his appeal to both the hip-hop community and jazz purists, and he has performed with the likes of Prince, Mos Def, DJ Muggs, Marcus Miller and Glen Ballard (Aerosmith, Michael Jackson, Dave Matthews).

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Jazz for the new generation! April 15, 2010
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First off let me say that I'm a devoted Christian Scott fan. I believe Christian is forging a new path in jazz music, one that blends elements of hip hop,alt rock and funk or basically he's a artist who is making music that's influenced by the times in which he lives & in my opinion you can't get much more real than that. Onto the music.
Yesterday you Said Tomorrow is in my mind a slightly different direction for Christian. First off Scott has come with a new bassist & pianist two guys that are new names to me on piano Milton Fletcher Jr & on bass Kris Funn. He's also scaled his band down from a sextet to a quintet & for the first time not recording with Walter Smith iii on tenor sax or any of the musicians who appeared on his last three albums. This album was recorded at the historical Englewood Cliffs NJ studio of the legendary engineer Rudy Van Gelder. Fans of the classic 50s & 60s Blue Note era jazz should recognize that name. The sound of this recording is very live, alot more so than his previous albums Anthem or Rewind That which both feature a more modern & sleek production aesthetic. This records sound is a return to a more live in the studio band sound of the classic Blue Note era albums of the 50s & 60s, which is a welcome bit of nostalgia for me. If I had to describe the music herein with only a few words I would say this batch of tunes has a Miles Davis melodic simplicity & elegance with Radiohead influenced song structures & keyboard textures with a more guitar & drum heavy sound that is intense but never bombastic or overbearing. Starting the album off is my personal favorite K.K.P.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing! I was thinking about this album for days. August 29, 2010
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Have you ever watched a movie that slightly confused you, yet you found yourself thinking about it days later realizing you saw something amazing? Well that's the feeling I got listening to this album. I've just recently got back into listening to jazz. After years of exposure to smooth jazz muzak, I was determined to search out for a little more thought-provoking jazz. I started with the basic, Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue", which I loved. Then I started to find other incredible jazz albums like "Mingus Ah Um" and "Love Supreme". But I wanted to find really good contemporary jazz albums that evoked that feeling I got from listening to those classics. Unfortunately my search was harder than I expected. Even looking at the Top 100 in the Jazz section I found many decent jazz albums but nothing to keep me thinking about them. In other words they were unchallenging.

I think the genre as a whole kind of suffers the way learning did during the Middle Ages, where you have people that reverent the past so much that they never seek to build upon it and take it in new directions. And even when some try to fuse it with more "modern" styles the music still sound stifled because the "styles" seem to take hold of the composition (I guess attempts at being crossover) rather than just influencing the works. Well you can imagine my surprise to see a jazz album in the Top Ten picks for Amazon's Music picks for 2010. I thought: `what is so different about this album from the other recently (and more popular) jazz albums released?'

Just one listen to Christian Scott's cover of Thom Yorke's "The Eraser" brought me to attention. What made it stand out was the way he layered the piece with the electronic/alternative edge but maintains a "jazz" sound and mood.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Christian Scott takes the next step... October 19, 2010
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Amazing, innovative and forward-thinking music! Aside from the musical material, I especially love the LP-style "warmth" that Rudy Van Gelder achieved in the album's sound.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Posturing, Confused Genius September 19, 2012
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A New Orleans trumpeter with wildly conservative and sophomoric stances on race and gender issues, Christian Scott ironically creates some of the most inventive and edgy retro-jazz sounds on the scene today; and he's still under 30 years old! After I saw him in a most unjazz-like setting performing on the Jimmy Kimmel show, his second-longest, but absolutely first run track, "Angola, LA & The 13th Amendment," my imagination was stirred to buy his 2010 CD, "Yesterday You Said Tomorrow."

Compared mostly to 60's icons Miles and Mingus, his sound harkens back more to fellow Louisianan, Sonny Simmons and his english-horn compostions from 1966's "Staying On The Watch," all the way up to 2007's "Last Man Standing." Like Simmons, Scott's tunes are mournful, morose, melancholic and minor-keyed. Long and slippery, they sway in and out of your consciousness like a mirage; only later do they solidify into substantial sonic treatments of woe. It is an album that rewards more greatly the more you listen.

Which is why it is cringe-inducing to realize what these thrilling and chilly musical statements are about. With titles, "The Roe Effect (Fascism in F# Minor)," "Jenacide (The Inevitable Rise And Fall Of The Bloodless Revolution)" and "The Last Broken Heart (Prop 8)," Scott brings a ron-obvious indignation to the social discussion of women's, gay's and Black's rights. Gays and non-whites should have equal rights, but not women? It is the confused viewpoint of the water-downed fundamental Christian. It is so easy to call the Louisiana Police the "Klu Klux Police Department;" not so easy to see that that same repression is in play when a man tells a woman what to do with her body.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very original jazz
Christian Scott and his band are very original with different types of base line than typical jazz. I'd would love to see them move into complex compositions with movements like... Read more
Published 4 months ago by J. Wilson
5.0 out of 5 stars Gives progressive a whole new meaning
From the first track on the album you can understand where the term "Stretch" music comes from with a blend of southern sounds, hardrock, and blues licks all tying it... Read more
Published 14 months ago by Gus
5.0 out of 5 stars Yesterday today and tomorrow
Christian Scott is the most incredible music artist out there. No one else compares, well maybe Miles, but he's dead. Thanks for sending this promptly, with love and care to match. Read more
Published 20 months ago by Sam Lackawanna
5.0 out of 5 stars Doesn't fail
Meets expectations of a young rising Trumpet, Fluglehorn talent. Reminds me of Miles Davis in his early experimental stage. But he knows he is good and why shouldn't he.
Published 21 months ago by bglou
5.0 out of 5 stars Remarkable.
Remarkable. Now, I'm not a jazz-afficionado nor historian. I fell in love with jazz in college while forcing myself to study psychology. Read more
Published on January 6, 2011 by K. James
3.0 out of 5 stars A ONE HIT WONDER ?
Published on November 23, 2010 by James "Count". Dollison
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the brightest young lights in jazz
Christian Scott makes every note count. In his short but impressive career he has developed a unique instrumental identity using his "whisper technique," a method that allows him... Read more
Published on July 9, 2010 by OffBeat Magazine
5.0 out of 5 stars Yesterday's sounds, today
I first heard of Christian Scott, when I saw him play at the Newport JazzFest in 2006. That brief ocean-side set, was one of the highlights of the weekend. Read more
Published on May 10, 2010 by MV
2.0 out of 5 stars Not for those who prefer music in their music
This is a warning to those who love musical jazz. This is not a CD of music. It is more like tone poems or exercises. Some people really enjoy that, some don't. I happen not to. Read more
Published on May 4, 2010 by Mark Regalia
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