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Gregory Porter - Issues of Life - Features and Remixes (2014) Lossless

19-09-2014, 04:41
Vocal Jazz | FLAC / APE

Gregory Porter - Issues of Life - Features and Remixes (2014) Lossless

Artist: Gregory Porter
Title Of Album: Issues of Life - Features and Remixes
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Membran
Genre: Vocal Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 72:19 min
Total Size: 460 MB


1. Great Voices of Harlem - Moanin' (Radio Edit) - Great Voices of Harlem
2. David Murray Infinity Quartet feat. Gregory Porter - Be My Monster Love - David Murray Infinity Quartet
3. Zbonics & Gregory Porter - Issues of Life - Zbonics & Gregory Porter
4. David Murray Infinity Quartet feat. Gregory Porter - About the Children - David Murray Infinity Quartet
5. Zbonics & Gregory Porter - Just in Time - Zbonics & Gregory Porter
6. David Murray Infinity Quartet feat. Gregory Porter - Hope Is a Thing With Feathers - David Murray Infinity Quartet
7. Zbonics & Gregory Porter - Nowhere to Run - Zbonics & Gregory Porter
8. Zbonics & Gregory Porter - She Danced Across the Floor (automart Remix) - Zbonics & Gregory Porter
9. Gregory Porter - 1960 What? (Opolopo kick and bass rerub) - Gregory Porter
10. David Murray Infinity Quartet feat. Gregory Porter - Army of the Faithful - David Murray Infinity Quartet
11. Zbonics & Gregory Porter - She's Gone - Zbonics & Gregory Porter
12. Kentyah, M1, Brian Jackson & The New Midnight Band feat. Gregory Porter - Song of the Wind - Kentyah/M1/Brian Jackson/The New Midnight Band

A compilation of superstar Soul-Jazz vocalist Gregory Porter's best "features and remixes" with artists like David Murray, Zbonics and Brian Jackson (of Gil Scott-Heron fame), including four previously unreleased tracks.
Gregory Porter is one of the most talked about male vocalists of the present day. In the four years since the release of his debut album, 'Water', on the Harlem based Motéma label, the former football champ has received two Grammy nominations (winning Best Vocal Jazz Album in 2014), garnered a multitude of enthusiastic reviews and gained millions of fans all over the world. Hailed by Downbeat magazine as "The Soul Poet" on their front cover in October 2013, Porter has received encouragement and praise from musical icons such as Quincy Jones, Van Morrison, Herbie Hancock and even Stevie Wonder, who appeared as a guest with Porter at festivals around Europe throughout the summer of 2014.

Some of the most impressive results of Gregory Porter's so called "features" are presented on this CD. They range from a fantastic interpretation of Bobby Timmons' "Moanin'", recorded in 2012 with the Austrian trombonist Paul Zauner and his "Blue Brass", via contributions to the album by saxophonist David Murray's Infinity Quartet; a star-studded tribute to the music of Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson; on to the Zbonics, a Soul-Jazz collective led by drummer Zak Najor. Throw in the acclaimed Opolopo remix of Porter's biggest hit "1960 What?", plus a few never before released edits and remixes, and you have some prime examples of the incredible range and depth of Porter's gifts.

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