Composed by Kenny Drew Personnel: Art Farmer, flugelhorn; Clifford Jordan, tenor; Mike Wofford, piano; Bob Magnuson, bass; Jeff Williams, drums Leadsheet.
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His tenor-saxophonist Tim Warfield is most influenced by John Coltrane and Wayne Shorter, the original compositions would not be out-of-place on a vintage Blue Note album and the young rhythm section (pianist Peter Martin, bassist Tarus Mateen and drummer Troy Davis) sounds straight out of the mid-1960's, which is around the time period that they were born.
Marlon's fifth album, You Don’t Know What Love Is (2005), is definitely a family affair, features his sister Stephanie Jordan on breathtaking, silvery vocals on five (5) of the albums eight tracks. Marlon is joined here by his father patriarch Edward Jordan; sister Stephanie, winner of the Billie Holiday Competition for Jazz vocalist; sister Rachel, violinist with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra; and brother Kent Jordan flautist. There is also uncle Alvin Batiste, clarinet; cousin Jonathan Bloom, percussion; uncle Maynard Chatters, trombone; and Chatters’ son, Mark, trumpet. Jazz, Hard Bop. Columbia.
Marlon Rosegold Mcvey-Roudette (born 5 January 1983) is a British-Vincentian recording artist, songwriter and producer. He is the former front man for the duo Mattafix, who had their first number 1, Big City Life, back in 2006. After the group split, Roudette embarked on a solo career with two number one singles in Europe, "New Age" and "When the Beat Drops Out"; the latter made it to number 7 on the UK chart and is certified platinum
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Marlon jordan quintet plays john coltrane s resolution new orleans jazz and heritage festival 2012. Marlon jordan village blues. At age 18, recorded his debut album as a leader, For You Only (1988), Branford Marsalis makes four appearances on tenor; Marlon's brother, flautist Kent Jordan, is heard on the opening "Jepetto's Despair," and there are two duets with bassist/pianist Elton Heron. Four standards (including "Cherokee" and "Stardust") are performed. Marlon took his quintet on the road, joined by Wynton Marsalis, Miles Davis and George Benson as a headlining act in a series of JVC Jazz Festival dates
Jordan was a featured soloist with the New Orleans Symphony when he was 15, studied at the now-legendary New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, and recorded as a sideman with his brother Kent (1987) and Dennis Gonzalez (1988). He cut three albums as a leader for Columbia, toured with Jazz Futures (1991) alongside Roy Hargrove, and showed potential. Whether he will someday develop into a jazz giant is not known, but Marlon Jordan certainly has the technical skills, if not the musical individuality.
Marlon Jordan, Music Department: Do the Right Thing. Marlon Jordan is known for his work on Do the Right Thing (1989), Make It Funky! (2005) and Treme (2010).
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Performer: Marlon Jordan Quintet
Title: Learson's Return
Date of release: 1991
Style: Bop, Swing
Size MP3: 1237 mb
Size FLAC: 1777 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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