Cynthia Felton | Afro Blue - The Music of Oscar Brown Jr

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Afro Blue - The Music of Oscar Brown Jr

by Cynthia Felton

Afro Blue is a deeply moving cd that features The Music of Oscar Brown Jr.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Motherless Child
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1:16 album only
2. Afro Blue
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8:55 album only
3. Mr. Kicks
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4:20 album only
4. Work Song
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5:00 album only
5. All Blues
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5:00 album only
6. Brother, Where Are You?
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6:03 album only
7. But I Was Cool
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2:38 album only
8. When Malindy Sings
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5:46 album only
9. Dat Dere
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4:51 album only
10. Brown Baby
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3:47 album only
11. Harry's Hips (originally Hazel's Hips)
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3:35 album only
12. Strong Man
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5:52 album only
13. Long As You're Living
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6:03 album only
14. Motherless Child (reprise)
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1:18 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Afro Blue is a wonderful first outing by Cynthia Felton, a singer who I believe it will ultimately become a household name. For her debut recording she chose to pay tribute to Oscar Brown, Jr., whose work she greatly admires. In addition to being a showcase of her own prodigious talents, the cd features superlative accompanists as Cyrus Chestnut, Robert Hurst, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Ernie Watts, Wallace Roney, Patrice Rushen, Terri Lyne Carrington, and more.”

– David Baker, Distinguished Professor of Music and Chair, Jazz Department, Indiana University




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