Jaleel Shaw - The Soundtrack of Things to Come mp3 downloadPerformer: Jaleel Shaw
Title: The Soundtrack of Things to Come
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Jaleel Shaw - The Soundtrack of Things to Come mp3 download
Al McLean - Tenor Saxophone Jaleel Shaw - Alto Saxophone Bryn Roberts - Piano Jason Davis - Bass. McLean dives in with typical ferocity, and replies almost conversationally to Shaw's offering.
Album · 2013 · 10 Songs. Jaleel Shaw, Lance Bryant,James Williams, Yoron Israel & John Lockwood). Walking with Fire (feat. Jaleel Shaw) - Single.
With Jaimeo Brown Transcendence at INNtöne Jazzfestival on May 19, 2018. Background information. In 2008 Shaw released his sophomore recording Optimism. His most recent album, Soundtrack of Things to Come, was released in 2013. Jaleel Shaw is a member of the Roy Haynes Quartet and the Mingus Big Band.
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Alto and soprano saxophonist and bandleader Jaleel Shaw was the winner of the Rising Star Alto Saxophone category in the 2014 Downbeat Critics Poll. He is a member of the Roy Haynes Quartet, is featured on Tom Harrell’s Colors of a Dream, and has also performed with Christian McBride, Jason Moran, the Mingus Big Band, Pat Metheny, Stefon Harris, Roy Hargrove, Chick Corea, Dave Holland, and Jimmy Cobb, among others. In March of 2013, Jaleel released a new album of original compositions titled The Soundtrack of Things To Come on his label Changu Records. The album features a working quartet and has been well received by the New York Times, New York City Jazz Record, and All About Jazz.
JALEEL SHAW is a eclectic fusion post bop music artist. Soundtrack of Things to Come CD Baby 2013. Optimism Changu Records 2008.
The Soundtrack of Things to Come (Changu). Jaleel Shaw has a warm, frank tone on alto saxophone and an attraction to music of earthy enlightenment. He isn’t automatically drawn to lofty concept or structural convolution, which can make him seem old-fashioned when compared with his peer group. Throughout the album Mr. Shaw plays commandingly with narrative logic and forward pull. He’s never less than engaging on alto, applying his room-filling sound as much to a mournful ballad like Sister as to a coolly skittering piece like Conclusions or a beseeching exercise like Faith. He plays soprano on two tracks, sounding lovely but less distinctive on that instrument: his tone betrays a close study of Branford Marsalis, which is a problem mainly if you’re primed to notice i.
Release source: CD. Year: 2013.
In 2008 Shaw released his sophomore recording Optimism. Shaw may refer to: Places. Shaw, Berkshire, a village.
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|1||I Wish I Didn't Know Jaleel Shaw||Jaleel Shaw||9:24|
|2||Conclusions Jaleel Shaw||Jaleel Shaw||7:40|
|3||Ballerina Jaleel Shaw||Jaleel Shaw||7:01|
|4||The Wheel of Life Jaleel Shaw||Jaleel Shaw||7:54|
|5||The Understanding Jaleel Shaw||Jaleel Shaw||2:15|
|6||Chroma Jaleel Shaw||Jaleel Shaw||11:43|
|7||Sister Jaleel Shaw||Jaleel Shaw||8:23|
|8||Leel's Tune Jaleel Shaw||Jaleel Shaw||8:52|
|9||Song for Sid Jaleel Shaw||Jaleel Shaw||5:21|
|10||Faith Jaleel Shaw||Jaleel Shaw||9:22|