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Celebrating Elvin Jones

Will Calhoun

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1.1
Ej Blues
Will Calhoun
7:13
1.2
Whew
Will Calhoun
10:01
1.3
Harmonique
Will Calhoun
6:39
1.4
Sarmastah
Will Calhoun
3:34
1.5
Mahjong
Will Calhoun
9:57
1.6
Shinjitsu
Will Calhoun
0:48
1.7
Doll of the Bride (feat. Doudou N'daiye Rose)
Will Calhoun; Doudou N'daiye Rose
15:19
1.8
Destiny
Will Calhoun
5:37
Total Playing Time    59:08
"In his tribute to Elvin Jones, Calhoun proves his own status as a master drummer with an impressive arsenal and intellectual curiosity that’s worthy of respect. Hats off to the other members of the group, who all contribute to this fantastic effort." - Brenda Nelson-Strauss, Black Grooves Formidable drumming talent will Calhoun pays homage to the legendary Elvin Jones with this recording of Jones originals and tunes from his famous bandleader John Coltrane. Joined by Christian McBride, Antoine Roney, Carlos McKinney and Keyon Harrold, Calhoun and his band bring their passionate love for the innovator of modern jazz to the fore in these eight tunes.
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