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

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

1. Chorale (1:02 min)
2. Speed (4:51 min)
3. Strength (6:34 min)
4. Style (1:00 min)
5. Glamour (2:23 min)
6. Pain (4:16 min)
7. Heaven (3:54 min)

Album title: Here..Now
Recorded at: Sear Sound, NYC – 2001
Engineer: Patrick Smith
Producer: Delfeayo Marsalis

Wynton Marsalis – trumpet
Wessel Anderson – alto sax
Victor Goines – tenor, soprano sax
Ronald Westray, Vincent Gardner – trombone
Richard Johnson – piano
Gerald Cannon, Kengo Nakamura – bass
Ali Jackson – drums

The seventh track entitled: Heaven, will be downloadable starting from June 1, 2007

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  1. It is a blessing to be able to be apart of a African American Movie. among our heritage and to learn something new about our culture. My family and I are honored to be apart of the making of this movie. I also think that it is very good to learn more about our history and culture.and to be apart of something this big. Thank you for coming to Wilmington NC.


    KSHORT on May 8th, 2007 at 2:06pm

  2. Wow, “Pain” is VERY interesting! Lots of space, syncopation, dynamics and impeccable sense of timing from the guys. I also like the Latin grooves too. Very nice composition by Wynton.

    CJD on May 4th, 2007 at 10:53am

  3. Wynton Marsalis – you are an amazing Jazz-man! Your wealth of knowledge and skillset are incredibly awesome.

    Tom Smith on May 3rd, 2007 at 12:28pm

  4. Imaginative, varied rhythms and original tones from the horns. Really interesting use of rests followed by… the unexpected! Thanks for this impressionistic track of the month.

    gloria on May 3rd, 2007 at 2:00am