Delfeayo Marsalis | The Last Southern Gentlemen

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The Last Southern Gentlemen

by Delfeayo Marsalis

Featuring pianist Ellis Marsalis, the music is relaxed, paying tribute to the humanity and humility at the center of the Southern lifestyle that birthed America’s original music. This CD is a firm acknowledgment of the importance of sweet, gentle sounds.
Genre: Jazz: Post-Bop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Secret Love Affair
5:37 album only
2. Autumn Leaves
6:01 album only
3. She's Funny That Way
3:12 album only
4. Can You Tell Me How to Get to Sesame Street
5:44 album only
5. I'm Confessin (That I Love You)
5:35 album only
6. But Beautiful
6:59 album only
7. Speak Low
7:46 album only
8. Nancy (With the Laughing Face)
5:52 album only
9. The Man with 2 Left Feet
4:20 album only
10. That Old Feeling
5:17 album only
11. My Romance
3:47 album only
12. If I Were a Bell
4:48 album only
13. I Cover the Waterfront
5:33 album only


Album Notes
The Last Southern Gentlemen is a landmark recording for Delfeayo Marsalis, pairing father Ellis Marsalis, Jr. with son on a collaborative album for the first time. Marsalis' finest outing to date, the superb recording quality and meticulous production showcase his brilliant, classically trained tone as it swings effortlessly through standards and original compositions. The music is relaxed, thoughtful and provocative, acknowledging the love and respect of all people shared by Louis Armstrong and most early jazz entertainers. This sense of humanity and humility is at the center of the Southern lifestyle that birthed the original American music. Built on the intimacy of American ballads and the trombone's expressive mimicry of the human voice, The Last Southern Gentlemen is a firm acknowledgement of the existence and importance of these sweet, gentle sounds.



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