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Christian aTunde Adjuah

Christian Scott

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New Orleans trumpeter Christian Scott has always examined various historic musical traditions for their wealth of knowledge and culture. He's also deeply well-read, putting forth an inquiry which addresses the future from global and socio-political codes of past and present — without hectoring. 2010's Yesterday You Said Tomorrow was a successful integration of what Scott calls "stretch music," which thoroughly understands and respects what came before it in jazz and doesn't attempt to replace it, but instead tries to embrace within its rhythmic and harmonic architectures as many musical forms and cultural languages as possible. Christian aTunde ADJuah is a deliberate extension of that model; it's a sprawling, 23-track double album. Accompanied by his seasoned quintet — Matthew Stevens, guitar; Lawrence Fields, piano, Rhodes, harpsichord; Kristopher Keith Funn, bass; Jamire Williams, drums, and select guests — Scott takes his listeners on an exhaustive, ambitious journey through jazz, employing elements of rock, hip-hop, and even traces of Crescent City R&B. Christian aTunde ADJuah is long and diverse, but it's accessible in its ambitious creativity. On "New New Orleans (King Adjuah Stomp)," Stevens' dark repetitive vamp prompts the rhythm section inside it, just before Scott goes over the top to offer a gorgeous, Spanish-tinged melody. Utilizing a ute on "Who They Wish I Was," Scott directly embraces Miles Davis' melodic vulnerability while offering his own sense of phrase and space. Disc one closer "Danziger" (named for the infamous bridge where New Orleans policemen shot and killed two men and wounded five others — all unarmed — after Hurricane Katrina), is nearly a set stealer. Scott's mournful lyric, expressively annotated by Stevens' guitar and Fields' funereal chords, begins to articulate a drama that takes a number of turns over its ten minutes. The beautiful modalism in the brief "Spy Boy/Flag Boy," with Scott's soloing and Williams' breaks, is another high point. The rock dynamics of "Jihad Joe" create a multivalent textural palette for the mysterious interplay between Scott and Fields; Stevens' solo is full of imagination and fire. "Alkebu Lan" is a stunner, as knotty post-bop meets Afro-beat. "Trayvon," with its double-time, funky backbeat, is a new spin on modal blues. The shimmering post-bop on "Away (Anuradha & the Maiti Nepal)," with Stevens' elegant yet distorted solo, is a gorgeous precursor to the pastoral "The Red Rooster" and the whispering closing ballad that is "Cara." Scott's previous recordings portended the integration of sounds, textures, and music readily available here. On Christian aTunde ADJuah, Scott and company create a seamless, holistic 21st century jazz that confidently points toward new harmonic horizons.

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A modern masterpiece

A superbly crafted journey of musical discovery. Jazz just got reinvented !

Jazz de l'âme

Je le dis comme je pense, j'ai rarement adhéré au Jazz pour son côté cérébral excessif. À vouloir tout réinventer, on finit souvent par passer à côté. Or, les meilleurs arrivent à parler à l'âme au travers d'émotions. Cristian Scott nous en livre une large palette. C'est évidemment un grand jazzman, mais il prend également l'autoroute de la soul même si ça n'en est pas. Et c'est si bon de ressentir pus que de penser. Bravo !!!!

Christian Scott

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Né(e) : 31 mars 1983 à New Orleans, LA

Genre : Jazz

Années d’activité : '00s

Born in New Orleans, Christian Scott received his first trumpet at age 12 as a gift from his mother and grandmother. As Scott's uncle was modern jazz saxophonist Donald Harrison, it was no surprise that Scott soon became very proficient on the trumpet, so good in fact that Harrison began having him play at his gigs. Following in his uncle's footsteps, Scott enrolled at the prestigious New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts and then at the Berklee School of Music in Boston, where he received a full...
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Christian aTunde Adjuah, Christian Scott
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  • 14,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Musique
  • Sortie: 1 janv. 2012

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