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Acclaimed trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire breaks new ground with his 4th Blue Note album Origami Harvest, a surprisingly fluid study in contrasts that pits contemporary classical wilding against deconstructed hip-hop, with bursts of left-field jazz, funk, spoken work, and soul with help from the Mivos Quartet and art-rap expatriate Kool A.D. (Das Racist), along with pianist Sam Harris, drummer Marcus Gilmore, and saxophonist Walter Smith III. The work was commissioned by the Liquid Music Series and Ecstatic Music Fest and the songs actively respond to societal divides, the way our politics hold us emotionally hostage, and the ever-growing list of black lives ended by structural racism.
- Product Dimensions : 5.5 x 5 x 0.5 inches; 3.2 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Blue Note
- Original Release Date : 2018
- Date First Available : September 7, 2018
- Label : Blue Note
- ASIN : B07G2MYVFT
- Country of Origin : USA
- Number of discs : 1
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Akinmusire ultimo album, after its fantastic double live CD in the Village Vanguard, ventures into other worlds that we can define as contradictory, in that contradiction lies its greatness. Jazz, rap, spokenword and of course contemporary music coexist and intertwine as a truly amazing whole. The base is the Mivos Quartet, which serves as a union between the other musical styles. Akinmusire puts his touch next to Kool A.D in texts like rap or sung poetry and Sam Harris on piano and basses. Some collaborations like Michael Aalberg or Walter Smith III do the rest. What is really important is the composition of Akinmusire, magnificent and that denotes an evolution in his music towards more complicated structures. It is true that these approaches are already in the music of Steve Coleman and Vijay Iyer, but here has a sense closer to John Zorn, music without labels, without filters, exciting. It is not hard to hear but it is true that you need special attention. Ambrose is not afraid of change, neither do we.
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I couldn't get passed the 4th song.