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  • Listen to “He and She” in full on iLike!

    Posted on March 23rd, 2009 in CD | 4

    Wynton Marsalis and leading social music discovery service iLike announced that “He and She”, Wynton’s new album of original music and spoken word, is available to listen to today in its entirety, only on iLike. iLike’s 24-hour world exclusive will culminate with the retail release of He and She on March 24, 2009. He and She, Marsalis’ fifth album for Blue Note, combines spoken word with music from his quintet, tempered with flashes of humor and plenty of swing centered on the relationship between a man and a woman and the elusiveness of romance. Wynton fans will have an opportunity…   Keep reading »

  • Watch an exclusive video of Wynton reading his poem, He and She

    Posted on March 13th, 2009 in CD, Video | 10

    Wynton would like to invite you to view an exclusive video of him reading his poem “He and She” from his upcoming album releasing on March 24th. Just sign up for his monthly e-newsletter and a link to the video will be emailed to you. If you are already a subscriber, the link to the video will be provided in the newsletter this month.   Keep reading »

  • “He and She” to be released on March 24, 2009

    Posted on January 27th, 2009 in CD | 8

    On March 24, 2009, Wynton will release his fifth Blue Note recording, He and She (audio preview and cover image are available). (On the same date the sheet music for the new album will also be available for download.) It’s an ambitious effort, combining spoken word and music, and Marsalis has given his quintet some formidable charts. The album is tempered with flashes of humor and plenty of swing. There’s ease and elegance and more than a little wisdom in these grooves… He and She is about that eternally compelling and most elemental of subjects, the relationship between a man…   Keep reading »

  • The Marciac Suite: CD, MP3 album and tracks on sale!

    Posted on July 14th, 2008 in CD | 2

    As you know, like every year, next August Wynton will play in Marciac. This year the famous Marciac Suite album is on sale directly from this web site. You are now able to buy the CD, the complete MP3 album or single MP3 tracks. All tracks are 256 kbs VBR and are DRM-Free. Complete album costs $8.99 and each single track $0.99 . Links to download the MP3 files will be available immediately after paying on Paypal. A sonic photo album in 13 movements, all 12 keys, and four time signatures, The Marciac Suite is Wynton’s kaleidoscopic tribute to the beautiful medieval town of Marciac,…   Keep reading »

  • Two Men With The Blues in stores now!

    Posted on July 8th, 2008 in CD | 15

    The new album by Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis is now available in stores! Released today by Blue Note Records, Two Men with the Blues features Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis recorded live in The Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center. In our dedicated page you can find all the info about the new album and buying links for Amazon and iTunes.   Keep reading »

  • Download cover artwork for Here…Now

    Posted on July 2nd, 2008 in CD | 3

    You can now download the original cover artwork for Wynton’s web-only album entitled: Here…Now. Here…Now., is a ballet choreographed by Judith Jamison for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Wynton created the music. The piece is dedicated to and inspired by the triple Gold medalist at the 1988 Olympics, runner Florence Griffith Joyner. As you know, all the tracks are freely downloadable from our site only. If you already downloaded the tracks, you can now grab the cover artwork (jpeg, 224k) and use it when browsing the album in your MP3 player.   Keep reading »

  • Preview tracks from Two Men with the Blues

    Posted on May 5th, 2008 in CD | 3

    We have just updated our discography page for the upcoming album entitled Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis: Two Men with the Blues. You can listen to a preview for all the tracks. Enjoy it!   Keep reading »

  • Standards & Ballads - A new compilation release for Wynton

    Posted on February 1st, 2008 in CD | 3

    Wynton has a new release, Standards & Ballads, coming from Columbia/Legacy. (available on CD and MP3). The new CD includes 14 classics such as Hoagy Carmichael’s “Stardust, “ the Gershwins’ “Embraceable You, “ Rodgers & Hart’s “Where Or When, “ Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne’s “I Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out To Dry, “ Vernon Duke’s “I Can’t Get Started, “ and nine more, including Duke Ellington’s “Flamingo.” Standards & Ballads is one of his most accessible, featuring tender renditions and beautiful arrangements of some of the best-known love songs of all time.   Keep reading »

  • Anti-Discrimination PSAs features Wynton Marsalis

    Posted on January 18th, 2008 in CD | 5

    The EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) partnered with Wynton and New York’s Jazz at Lincoln Center to produce two public service announcements (PSAs) on workplace discrimination. Each of the following 30-second spots aims to increase recognition and reporting of race discrimination at work by making viewers aware that it is against the law. This video contains both PSAs, in Adobe’s Flash format (free player available). Click on the play button, or press your keyboard’s space bar, to play the video. The “T” button will turn off the captions. Both 30-second PSAs feature Wynton and focus on the…   Keep reading »

  • Sixth track from the album: Here…Now, is available for download

    Posted on May 2nd, 2007 in CD, iTunes, Podcast | 4

    Here…Now is the first web-only album released by Wynton Marsalis. Starting from today you can freely download the sixth track entitled: Pain The complete album and the mp3 tracks (192 kb/s) are freely downloadable from this site or from our iTunes Music Store Podcast only. If you use iTunes to get our podcast, simply update your subscription and you’ll receive the new song automatically. Track Listing (right-click the link to save the file on your hard disk) 1 – Chorale (1:02 min) 2 – Speed (4:51 min) 4 – Style (1:00 min) 6 – Pain (4:16 min) 7 – Heaven (3:54 min) Album title: Here..Now Recorded at: Sear Sound, NYC – 2001 Engineer: Patrick…   Keep reading »