℗ 1987 Atlantic Records
 

Yusef Lateef's Little Symphony

Yusef Lateef

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First Movement  
1.1
Larghissimo
Yusef Lateef
8:00
Second Movement  
1.2
Andante
Yusef Lateef
7:52
Third Movement  
1.3
Moderato
Yusef Lateef
10:04
Fourth Movement  
1.4
Presto
Yusef Lateef
6:57
Total Playing Time    32:53
Yusef Lateef's Little Symphony is an album by Yusef Lateef, released through the record label Rhino Atlantic in June 1987. The album, which Billboard described as "an atmospheric four-movement classical/jazz composition", was produced by Lateef, recorded, mixed and mastered by Norman Blain, and remastered by Dennis King. Lateef provided all instrumentation that appears on the album. In 1988, Yusef Lateef's Little Symphony earned Lateef the Grammy Award for Best New Age Album despite having no prior association with the genre.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-4 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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