Other albums by Randy Weston. Marrakech in the Cool of the Evening. Uhuru Africa/Highlife.
Mr " - New York Times. After six decades of musical genius, . Jazz Master Randy Weston's global jazz, world and blues creations continue to inspire. Mr. Weston's new CD is the perfect sonic companion to his extraordinary auto-biography, "African Rhythms" published by Duke University Press. The CD & Autobiography are now on sale separately or together as a package at Motema. released November 9, 2010.
Randolph Edward "Randy" Weston (April 6, 1926 – September 1, 2018) was an American jazz pianist and composer whose creativity was inspired by his ancestral African connection. Weston's piano style owed much to Duke Ellington and Thelonious Monk, whom he cited in a 2018 video as among pianists he counted as influences, as well as Count Basie, Nat King Cole and Earl Hines. Beginning in the 1950s, Weston worked often with trombonist and arranger Melba Liston.
African Village Bedford-Stuyvesant 1 (Weston) - 3:21. The Healers (Weston) - 10:48. African Cookbook (Weston) - 17:17. La Elaha-Ella Allah/Morad Allah (Trad. The Call (Weston) - 6:12. CD 2: African Village Bedford-Stuyvesant 2 (Weston) - 8:30. The Seventh Queen (Weston) - 16:29. Blue Moses (Weston) - 12:01. African Sunrise (Weston) - 19:54. A Prayer for Us All (Weston) - 5:16.
CD 16-bit 44,1 kHz. MP3 320 kbps. 03 - African Cookbook. 04 - African Sunrise. 04 - La Elaha-Ella Allah-Morad Allah. 05 - A Prayer for Us All. 05 - The Call.
Piano, Producer, Liner Notes – Randy Weston. Reissue Producer, Liner Notes – Michael Cuscuna. African Cookbook (CD, Album, RE, RM). Atlantic, Atlantic. 8122-79686-5, WPCR-27167.
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Randy Weston - African Sunrise: Selections from "The Spirits. Tanjah, released in 1973, found Weston mixing jazz, African music and some influences from the fusion styles of the day. The result is one of the better albums of the fusion era, an album totally devoid of the excesses that were often the pitfalls of that time. This is subtle groove music driven by thick layers of poly-rhythmic percussion and backed by a colorful nineteen piece orchestra. Some possible comparisons might include the music of Pharoh Sanders or early Lonnie Liston Smith, but there is a appealing casual lightness to Weston’s music that sets him apart.
|1||African Cookbook Randy Weston||Randy Weston||17:18|
|2||The Call Randy Weston||Randy Weston||6:15|
|3||African Village Bedford-Stuyvesant 2 Randy Weston||Randy Weston||8:31|
|4||The Seventh Queen Randy Weston||Randy Weston||16:30|
|5||African Sunrise Randy Weston||Randy Weston||19:50|
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CreditsJean-Philippe Allard - Producer
Brian Bacchus - Producer
Big Black - Percussion
Alex Blake - Bass, Soloist
Dizzy Gillespie - Guest Artist, Soloist, Trumpet
Billy Harper - Sax (Tenor), Soloist
Nate Herr - Preparation, Preparation for Release
Talib Qadir Kibwe - Flute, Music Direction, Sax (Alto), Soloist
Melba Liston - Arranger
Joe Lopes - Assistant Engineer
Chris Maguire - Preparation, Preparation for Release
Cheung Ching Ming - Photography
Idris Muhammad - Drums, Soloist
Jamil Nasser - Bass
Jay Newland - Engineer
Benny Powell - Soloist, Trombone, Trombone (Bass)
Dewey Redman - Sax (Tenor), Soloist
Pharoah Sanders - Guest Artist, Sax (Tenor), Soloist
Idrees Sulieman - Soloist, Trumpet
Azzedin Weston - Percussion
Randy Weston - Composer, Percussion, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer, Soloist
Isabelle Wong - Design