One Soul Fellowship  (OSF) | Another Season (Featuring Jason Moran, Scott Robinson))

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Another Season (Featuring Jason Moran, Scott Robinson))

by One Soul Fellowship (OSF)

Dynamic Jazz includes English Rap and Spanish Vocal. Featuring Jason Moran on Piano, Scott Robinson on Reeds
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Falta De Paz (absence Of Peace)
One Soul Fellowship
7:07 album only
2. Another Season
One Soul Fellowship
5:59 album only
3. All the Things You Are For Peace
One Soul Fellowship
6:16 album only
4. Soul Express On 7th Ave
One Soul Fellowship
4:19 album only
5. El Fin
One Soul Fellowship
4:25 album only
6. Soul Minor
One Soul Fellowship
5:04 album only
7. Father's Hands
One Soul Fellowship
5:59 album only
8. Primavera
One Soul Fellowship
5:13 album only
9. Haeng's Groove
One Soul Fellowship
7:41 album only
10. 19th Century Funk
One Soul Fellowship
5:36 album only
11. El Fin (instrumental)
One Soul Fellowship
7:56 album only
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Album Notes
"Music just flows anywhere it goes.
Jazz especially interacts with anything in the life like your ethinic/cultural background,
story, tears, sadness, happiness, or other types of music, such as classical, hip-hop.”
-OSF New York-

This album contains 11 beautiful creations.
Because OSF’s musical goal is to provide music for everyone,
this album has something for all different age, gender, and racial groups.
The combination of Jason Moran’s powerful and raw piano sounds,
Marta Gomez’s sweet Spanish lyrics, OSF’s perfect ensemble with J.D.’s groove rap,
and even the classical string quartet with the subway dialogue allow
OSF to expand the possibilities of jazz.



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