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Victor Wooten - Palmystery (2008)

14-10-2016, 19:24
Jazz | Funk | FLAC / APE

Title: Palmystery
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Heads Up
Genre: Jazz-Funk / Fusion
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Total Time: 01:05:39
Total Size: 437 MB / 157 MB


01. 2 Timers [4:51]
02. Cambo [5:25]
03. I Saw God [4:20]
04. The Lesson [5:55]
05. Left, Right, & Center [7:11]
06. Sifu [7:36]
07. Miss U [4:33]
08. Flex [6:37]
09. The Gospel [6:40]
10. Song For My Father [5:18]
11. Happy Song [4:23]
12. Us 2 [2:58]

Bassist Victor Wooten makes his debut on Heads Up International with the worldwide release of "Palmystery" on April 1, 2008. In keeping with the ongoing philosophy of genre-bending eclecticism that has driven all of his solo work, "Palmystery" embraces a range of styles - jazz, funk, pop, soul, gospel, world music and more - and boasts a diverse guest list that includes Mike Stern, Richard Bona, Keb' Mo' and several others. The result is an amalgam of voices, styles and grooves, but one that never fails to hold together at its rock-solid core - in much the same way that Wooten's legions of devoted fans hail from all walks of life and all corners of the globe, yet share a common affinity for artistic diversity.

"Palmystery"'s April 1 release date is simultaneous with the release of "The Music Lesson," Wooten's new novel published by Berkley Trade Paperback (The Penguin Group USA). "The Music Lesson" is the story of a struggling young musician who is unexpectedly visited by a mysterious, seemingly mystic music teacher who guides him through a spiritual journey of higher education in both music and life.

The themes of spirituality and mysticism at the core of "The Music Lesson" dovetail perfectly with those of "Palmystery." A few of the twelve tracks on the album were written over the past couple years, and have since been road tested in Wooten's live shows. Others were written only recently. Whatever the time frame, Wooten maintains a great respect for the mystery of the creative process - something that is very real, yet can never be completely explained.



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