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Blue Note Re:Imagined

decca



2cd

Released: 16th Oct 2020

£15.99


2lp

Released: 16th Oct 2020

£25.99

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Blue Note boasts an illustrious catalogue that traces the entire history of jazz and, to celebrate its 80th birthday, a selection of jazz & soul’s most prominent artists have reinterpreted music originally created by some of the label’s most legendary artists.

this brand-new collection of classic Blue Note tracks, reworked and newly recorded by a selection of the UK scene’s most exciting young talents includes the likes of: Ezra Collective, Nubya Garcia, Poppy Ajudha, Jordan Rakei and Brit Award-winning Jorja Smith. “The proliferation of high-calibre young jazz musicians in the UK has been one of the unforeseen joys of the last five years, and now the entire generation has received the ultimate establishment endorsement” 8/10 – loud & quiet.

Blue Note Re:Imagined

Tracklist

  1. Jorja Smith “Rose Rouge” – from St Germain Tourist (2000)
  2. Ezra Collective “Footprints” – from Wayne Shorter Adam’s Apple (1966)
  3. Poppy Ajudha “Watermelon Man (Under The Sun)” – from Herbie Hancock Takin’ Off (1962)
  4. Jordan Rakei “Wind Parade” – from Donald Byrd Places and Spaces (1975)
  5. Skinny Pelembe “Illusion (Silly Apparition)” – from Andrew Hill One for One (1969)
  6. alfa Mist “Galaxy” – from Eddie Henderson Sunburst (1975)
  7. Ishmael Ensemble “Search for Peace” – from McCoy Tyner The Real McCoy (1967)
  8. Nubya Garcia “A Shade of Jade” – from Joe Henderson Mode for Joe (1966)
  9. Steam Down feat. Afronaut Zu “Etcetera” – from Wayne Shorter Etcetera (1965)
  10. Blue Lab Beats “Montara” – from Bobby Hutcherson Montara (1975)
  11. Yazmin Lacey “I’ll Never Stop Loving You” – from Dodo Greene My Hour of Need (1962)
  12. Fieh “Armageddon” – from Wayne Shorter Night Dreamer (1964)
  13. Mr Jukes “Maiden Voyage” – from Herbie Hancock Maiden Voyage (1965)
  14. Shabaka Hutchings “Prints Tie” – from Bobby Hutcherson San Francisco (1970)
  15. Melt Yourself Down “Caribbean Fire Dance” – from Joe Henderson Mode for Joe (1966)
  16. Emma-Jean Thackray “Speak No Evil / Night Dreamer” – from Wayne Shorter Speak No Evil (1964) & Night Dreamer (1964)