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  • Listen to MP3 samples from the new Wynton’s album

    Posted on July 20th, 2005 in CD, House of Tribes, MP3 sample | 0

    Exclusively from our fan club, you will be able to listen and download a 30 second sample of the tracks of the new Wynton’s album, entitled: Wynton Marsalis: live at House of Tribes. The new CD will be in stores on August 30, 2005. 1. Green Chimneys (15:49) 2. Just Friends (17:48) 3. You Don’t Know What Love Is (12:13) 4. Donna Lee (6:47) 5. What Is This Thing Called Love (10:27) 6. 2nd Line (3:55) The preview tracks are MP3 files. To hear a song sample, click on the file name or right-click to save it on your hard disk   Keep reading »

  • Track listing for Wynton’s new album

    Posted on July 6th, 2005 in CD, House of Tribes | 1

    This is the track listing for the new Wynton’s album that will be entitled: Wynton Marsalis: Live at The House of Tribes 1. Green Chimneys (T. Monk) 2. Just Friends (J. Klenner/S. Lewis) 3. You Don’t Know What Love Is (G. De Paul/ D. Raye) 4. Donna Lee (C. Parker) 5. What Is This Thing Called Love (C. Porter) 6. 2nd Line (P. Barbarin)   Keep reading »

  • Wynton’s new album will be released on August 30

    Posted on July 4th, 2005 in CD, House of Tribes | 0

    On August 30, Blue Note Records will release Amongst The People: Live at The House of Tribes, a new live album from Wynton Marsalis. It was on a chilly December night (December 15, 2004…) that Wynton and his quintet settled in for the first of what has become an annual winter performance at The House of Tribes, a funky and intimate community-run theater on the Lower East Side of Manhattan that also plays host to theater, dance, astrology, photography exhibits, and more. With the recorders on, Wynton led his quintet through a blistering set of hot, swingin’ jazz that listeners can now hear…   Keep reading »

  • Upcoming Wynton’s new album for Blue Note

    Posted on March 12th, 2005 in Blue Note, CD | 3

    Post production will be done later this month to prepare for release of a smokin’ live date featuring Wynton’s quartet along with some special guests. Recorded last year at the House Of Tribes in NYC the performance features altoman Wes Anderson, drummer Joe Farnsworth, bassist Carlos Henriquez, pianist Eric Lewis and percussionist Orlando Rodriguez, among others. More news to come…   Keep reading »

  • A love Supreme, the new Wynton Marsalis and JLCO’s album, is out !

    Posted on January 18th, 2005 in CD, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra | 0

    Palmetto Records has just released   Keep reading »

  • Wynton Marsalis’ Unforgivable Blackness is in stores now !

    Posted on December 1st, 2004 in Blue Note, CD | 1

    Available from Blue Note records from November 30 is Unforgivable Blackness, Wynton’s original score to the upcoming Ken Burns documentary of same name. (watch a preview) The film marks the second collaboration between filmmaker Burns and Wynton Marsalis (the first being 2000’s Jazz series, where Marsalis held the position of Senior Creative Consultant. Unforgivable Blackness tells the story of Jack Johnson, the first African-American Heavyweight Boxing World Champion, and is given historical context from 21 compositions covering pre-modern genres like blues, ragtime and Dixieland, where the ensembles’ embellishments and collective improvisations sound remarkably accurate. The album boasts 15 original Marsalis compositions, including 13…   Keep reading »

  • Wynton’s new album will be out on November 30, 2004

    Posted on November 18th, 2004 in CD | 0

    Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson Wynton Marsalis has lent his compositional and performing talents to the creation of the original score for the new PBS Ken Burns documentary Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise And Fall Of Jack Johnson, a detailed portrait of the first African-American Heavyweight Champion of the World. Wynton and Ken Burns last worked together on Burns’s 2000 PBS documentary Jazz, a 10-part series that explored the history of the music, on which Wynton was Senior Creative Consultant. The music on Unforgivable Blackness comprises 16 new Wynton compositions and seven interpretations of material composed by WC…   Keep reading »

  • Wynton Marsalis and Ken Burns honor the life of Jack Johnson

    Posted on November 9th, 2004 in CD, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Septet, Tribute | 1

    Jazz at Lincoln Center proudly commemorates the Jack Johnson Festival in its new home, Frederick P. Rose Hall, for two special evenings of jazz and film on Friday, November 12 and Saturday, November 13 at 8:00pm. During the first half of the program, acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns, along with Wynton, will provide commentary and present clips from Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson, Mr. Burns’ upcoming documentary on the heavyweight-boxing champion, author, patent-holding inventor and aspiring bass player. Wynton composed the original score and, with the Wynton Marsalis Septet, will perform this extraordinary music during the second half of…   Keep reading »

  • Wynton’s grandfather dies at 96

    Posted on September 22nd, 2004 in CD | 0

    Ellis L. Marsalis Sr., the patriarch of a family of world famous jazz musicians, including his grandson Wynton, has died. He was 96. A funeral was set for Thursday for Marsalis, who died Sunday. Marsalis’ son, Ellis Jr., is a prominent New Orleans pianist and music professor who mentored crooner Harry Connick Jr. as well as four musician sons: Wynton, saxophonist Branford, trombonist Delfeayo and drummer Jason. Marsalis Sr. was involved in the civil rights movement through ownership of a motel in suburban New Orleans whose guests included the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., New York U.S. Rep. Adam Clayton…   Keep reading »

  • The Magic Hour reviewed on NPR.org

    Posted on April 23rd, 2004 in CD, Review | 0

    On the NPR.org web site there’s a news review about Wynton’s new album. Reviewer Jim Fusilli finds delight in the record, with clever performances. He also finds some of the jazz Wynton plays sometimes backward looking. Listen to the review on NPR.org (Real Player needed)   Keep reading »