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The Tradition Continues !

by In The Tradition

A fusion of straight-ahead Jazz and Afrikan Rhythms.
Genre: Jazz: African Jazz
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1. Mashaka
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2. A Ballad For Leo Parker
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3. A Beautiful Friendship
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4. Blues For Nat Turner
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5. Damani's Dance
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6. Oludumare
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7. Vanessa
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8. Alone Together
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9. Yurugu
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10. The Song of the Maasai
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the third release for the Detroit - based Jazz Ensemble known as In The Tradition. With each release the groups' artisitic vision becomes more defined. Each track is a treasure and a joy. The collective personnel is:
Charles Hopkins, Trumpet, Flugelhorn, and Mellophone; Olujimi Tafataona, Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Baritone Saxophones, and Alto Flute; Vicki Alexander, Baritone Saxophone; Mark Berger, Baritone Saxophone; Melanie White, Trombone; Brad Shearer, Piano; Greg Cook, Bass; Bobby Welch, Drums; Kefentse Chike, Djembe, and Congas; Imari Jendayi, Vocal effects and vocals; and Aurora Harris, Spoken Word. This is one of the finest recordings to come from the Motor City in some time. There is something for everyone to enjoy on this release from the end of 2009.


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