Sam Morrison | Howl Revisited

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Howl Revisited

by Sam Morrison

Techno Acid Jazz,
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Juxtaposition
4:53 $1.29
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2. Neema (feat. Mapumba Cilombo)
5:19 $1.29
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3. Eternal Hexagon
3:32 $1.29
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4. Trance Ition
4:30 $1.29
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5. Up All Night
5:51 $1.29
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6. The Oblivious
6:28 $1.29
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7. Hangin' with Sherie (feat. T Xiques)
3:55 $1.29
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8. Howl Revisited
4:44 $1.29
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
My instrumental music is Techno Acid Jazz as I was a member and saxophonist with the Miles Davis Band. However, Neema, the vocal with Mapumba, is more Pop, and the title track, Howl Revisited, which features Alan Ginsberg's poetry, is a combination of both genres. T Xiques is also featured on bass and guitar on Hanging with Sherie, and drums on The Oblivious and Trance Ition.
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Station/Company: Radio 794 Date: 2016-12-26 09:40:41
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28. Sam Morrison Juxtaposition CDJ1222 4.52 1 2016 The album “Howl Revisited” is an acid jazz, fusion, techojazz albums. All that kind of style of music you will meet on this album. The song “Juxtaposition” is a song with SAM on the soprano saxophone and alto flute. But all the other instruments comes form the computer. But through the great talent of Sam Morrison it remains jazz with freedom of improvisation. Of course through his playing on the sax and flute, but also the whote of it. Can computers make jazz- music? Well it does, when a man like Sam Morrison programs the computer and when he plays the ‘analog’ instruments, it seems that the other instruments are also played analog.


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