Randy Weston | The African Nubian Suite

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The African Nubian Suite

by Randy Weston

Planetary Music Stretching across millennia ,nations,histories,landscapes poetry from Jayne Cortez, Narrator Wayne Chandler Autor of Ancient Futur ,TKBlue, Billy Harper, Lewis Nash, Alex Blake,Neil Clarke,Cecil Bridgewater,Howard Johnson, Robert Trowers
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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1. Greetings by Dr Randy Weston 0:57 (Live)
0:57 album only
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2. Nubia 4:04 (Live) [feat. Wayne Chandler]
4:04 album only
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3. The Call (Introduction) 1:47 [Live]
1:47 album only
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4. The Call (Arr. Melba Liston ) 8:52 [Live]
8:52 album only
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5. Ardi ( Inroduction ) 2:01 [Live] [feat. Wayne Chandler]
2:01 album only
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6. Ardi 3:58 (Live)
3:28 album only
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7. Sidi Bilal ( Introduction ) 2:05 [Live]
2:05 album only
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8. Sidi Bilal 4:29 (Live)
4:29 album only
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9. Spirit of Touba (Introduction ) 1:16 [Live] [feat. Saliou Souso]
1:16 album only
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10. Spirit of Touba 5:44 (Live) [feat. Saliou Souso Talib Kibwe]
5:44 album only
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11. The Shang ( Introduction) 5:44 [Live] [feat. Min Xiao-Fen]
5:54 album only
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12. The Shang 7:51 (Live) [feat. Min Xiao-Fen]
7:51 album only
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13. The Children Song ( Introduction ) 2:21 [Live] [feat. Martin Kwaku Obeng]
2:31 album only
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14. Children Song Domou Linguere Diarra Modiene 5:06 (Live) [feat. Martin Kwaku Obeng]
5:06 album only
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15. Blues for Tricky Sam ( Introduction) 1:39 [Live]
1:39 album only
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16. Blues for Tricky Sam 7:02 (Live)
7:02 album only
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17. Cleanhead Blues ( Introduction) 0:40 [Live]
0:40 album only
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18. Cleanhead Blues 4:38 (Live)
4:38 album only
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19. Nanapa Panama Blues 5:04 (Live)
5:04 album only
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20. Monologue Dr.randy Weston 0:31 (Live)
0:31 album only
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21. The Woman ( Introduction ) 3:41 [Live] [feat. Wayne Chandler, Jayne Cortez]
3:41 album only
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22. The Woman 9:51 (Live) [feat. Wayne Chandler, Jayne Cortez]
9:51 album only
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23. The African Family ( Introduction) 1:28 [Live]
1:28 album only
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24. The African Family Part I 5:58 (Live)
5:58 album only
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25. The African Family Part II Arr. by Tk Blue ) : 4:52 (Live)
4:52 album only
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26. Soundiata ( Introduction) 1:27 [Live] [feat. Tanpani Demba Cissoko]
1:28 album only
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27. Soundiata 2:05 (Live) [feat. Tanpani Demba Cissoko]
2:06 album only
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28. Love , The Mystery of 4:06 (Live) [feat. Guy Warren]
4:06 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
What you are about to hear is planetary music ,stretching across millennia, nations,histories,landscapes,and soundscapes.
Randy Weston is a renowned for his boundless imagination,his resistance to categories,and his most ambitious work yet.
Taking as its subject matter the very origins of humanity,the suite was inspired by the discovery of the fossilized skeletal remains of what is believed to be the oldest example of a human-like hominid.Nicknamed " Ardi" ( short for Artipithecus radius ), she reside some 4.4million years ago in the land that would become ancient Nubia and modern-day Ethiopia.
Weston Manage to pay tribute the ancient tombs of Sidi Bilal in Aswan, the sufi tradition , the holy city of Touba in Senegal, China's great Shang Dynasty,African folk music,the timeless history of the blues and the unity of humankind,
Grounded in the spiritual ,the scholarly,and the poetic ,its fitting the the discoveries of DR. Wayne Chandler and the poetry of Late Jayne Cortez find voice in this work

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