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VA - Higher Ground: Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert (2005)

22-01-2015, 06:28
Music | Jazz | Soul | Funk | Folk | Pop

VA - Higher Ground: Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert (2005)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Higher Ground
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Blue Note Records
Genre: Modern Jazz,Gospel,New Orleans Funk,Folk,Pop
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 17
Total Time: 01:30:52
Total Size: 230 MB

01. Shirley Caesar - This Joy (02:54)
02. Terence Blanchard - Over There (07:32)
03. Art Neville, Aaron Neville - Go to the Mardi Gras (05:08)
04. Diana Krall - Basin Street Blues (05:53)
05. James Taylor - Never Die Young (04:07)
06. Dianne Reeves - The House I Live In (05:01)
07. Marcus Roberts - New Orleans Blues (04:59)
08. Norah Jones - I Think It's Going to Rain Today (03:04)
09. Wynton Marsalis Hot Seven - Dippermouth Blues (02:19)
10. Buckwheat Zydeco - I'm Gonna Love You Anyway (04:51)
11. Bette Midler, Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra - Is That All There Is (04:12)
12. Irvin Mayfield - Just a closer walk with thee (06:40)
13. The Jordan Family - Here's to Life (06:21)
14. Joe Lovano - Blackwell's Message (05:30)
15. Cassandra Wilson, Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra - Come Sunday (09:29)
16. Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra - Havana Blues (09:00)
17. Peter Cincotti - Bring Back New Orleans (03:44)

Higher Ground collects highlights from the concert, which took place at Rose Theater in Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York City and was televised nationally on PBS and broadcast on XM Satellite Radio and NPR member radio stations in the U.S. and worldwide. The evening started off with Shirley Caesar's rousing rendition of 'This Joy' and worked it's way through Cassandra Wilson's prayerful reading of Duke Ellington's 'Come Sunday' with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. CD also features songs by Norah Jones, Diana Krall, Wynton Marsalis, Bette Midler, Art & Aaron Neville, Dianne Reeves, James Taylor, Cassandra Wilson & Buckwheat Zydeco. All these artists help pay tribute to the city of New Orleans, one of the greatest musical and cultural centers in all the world, through a multitude of musical moods & styles: Early to Modern Jazz, Gospel, New Orleans Funk, Folk, & Pop. Blue Note. 2005.

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zimster   User offline   22 January 2015 08:38

A winner in my book! x

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