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James Carter Organ Trio: Live From Newport Jazz

James Carter

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1
Le Manoir De Mes Reves (Live)
James Carter; Alex White; Gerard Gibbs
11:29
2
Melodie au Crepuscule (Live)
James Carter; Alex White; Gerard Gibbs
10:47
3
Anouman (Live)
James Carter; Alex White; Gerard Gibbs
10:10
4
La Valse Des Niglos (Live)
James Carter; Alex White; Gerard Gibbs
7:12
5
Pour Que Ma Vie Demeure (Live)
James Carter; Alex White; Gerard Gibbs
6:27
6
Fleche d'Or (Live)
James Carter; Alex White; Gerard Gibbs
8:32
Total Playing Time    54:37
Saxophone master James Carter make his Blue Note debut with James Carter Organ Trio: Live From Newport Jazz—his first new release since 2011. A soulfully robust dispatch from America’s most storied jazz festival, it’s also a follow-up of sorts to his acclaimed 2000 album Chasin’ the Gypsy that The New Yorker called “an alternately reverent and audacious tribute to the Belgian swing-guitar legend Django Reinhardt. It may be the rambunctious saxophone player’s recorded masterpiece.”
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