℗ 2015 Winter and Winter
 

Introducing M-Base

M-Base

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1.1
If You Only Know How
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5:07
1.2
Irate Blues
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4:22
1.3
Blue In Green
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4:10
1.4
Chelsea Bridge
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5:08
1.5
Drifter
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5:08
1.6
For John Malachi
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3:33
1.7
I'm Going Home
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3:01
1.8
Lies
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3:48
1.9
Mindgames
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5:30
1.10
Micro-Move
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4:20
1.11
On This
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5:11
1.12
Cud Ba-Rith
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5:02
1.13
The Night Before
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5:03
1.14
I Am Waiting
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3:40
1.15
Electromagnolia
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4:43
Total Playing Time    67:46
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Brooklyn's M-Base movement, this compilation contains early works by important artists associated with the movement, including two tracks from the very first M-Base release, Steve Coleman's 1985 debut Motherland Pulse. Other M-Base protagonists featured here are vocalist Cassandra Wilson, pianist Geri Allen, trombonist Robin Eubanks and saxophonists Greg Osby and Gary Thomas. It's hard to believe these pieces were recorded in the 1980s as they offer a fresh, inspiring approach to making music which still seems innovative today.
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