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Blue Note Re:imagined 2 by Blue Note Re:imagined - Ltd MC - shop now at JazzEcho store
Blue Note Re:imagined 2 by Blue Note Re:imagined - Ltd MC - shop now at JazzEcho store

Blue Note Re:imagined Blue Note Re:imagined 2

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On the sequel to the successful previous album, released in 2020, another group of young British musicians uses modern means to tackle the famous Blue Note catalogue. The project sees itself as a bridge between the tradition and future of jazz. Internationally known artists and not-yet-so-well-known newcomers from the thriving London jazz, R'n'B, Afrobeat, hip-hop, grime and trap scene have returned to the sound archives of the legendary label, looking for pearls that they could either give a contemporary interpretation or even an all-round makeover.

  1. YAZZ AHMED - It (originally recorded by Chick Corea)
  2. CONOR ALBERT - You Make Me Feel So Good (originally recorded by Bobbi Humphrey)
  3. PARTHENOPE - Don’t Know Why (originally recorded by Norah Jones)
  4. SWINDLE - Miss Kane (originally recorded by Donald Byrd)
  5. NUBIYAN TWIST - Through The Noise (Chant No.2) (originally recorded by Donald Byrd)
  6. EGO ELLA MAY - Morning Side Of Love (originally recorded by Chico Hamilton)
  7. OSCAR JEROME - Green With Envy (originally recorded by Grant Green)
  8. DANIEL CASIMIR FT. RITA MORAN - Lost (originally recorded by Wayne Shorter)
  9. THEON CROSS - Epistrophy (originally recorded by Thelonious Monk)
  10. MAYA DELILAH - Harvest Moon (originally recorded by Cassandra Wilson)
  11. KAY YOUNG - Feel Like Making Love (originally recorded by Marlena Shaw)
  12. VENNA & MARCO - Where Are We Going (originally recorded by Donald Byrd)
  13. REUBEN JAMES - Infant Eyes (originally recorded by Wayne Shorter)
  14. BINKER GOLDING - Fort Worth (originally recorded by Joe Lovano)
  15. CHERISE - Sunrise (originally recorded by Norah Jones)
  16. FRANC MOODY - Cristo Redentor (originally recorded by Donald Byrd)