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  1. Divine Travels James Brandon Lewis Jazz · James Brandon Lewis comes by this fusion naturally, with a warm dry tone. “Divine” (which returns to close the album) is a modal blues ballad. The saxophonist’s attack on “A Gathering of Souls” is robust without being brash, while the melodic and quick-footed “No Wooden Nickels.
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  3. Apr 25,  · Quite tonal (and tuneful), Divine Travels is nonetheless free jazz. It’s the major-label debut of tenor saxophonist James Brandon Lewis, quite a departure from the R&B earthiness of ’s self-released nolcisojequaremuhypjoymindnady.coinfo masters of the avant-garde, bassist William Parker and drummer Gerald Cleaver, join Lewis here for 10 experiments with improvisation in melody, groove and texture.
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  5. Music Review: James Brandon Lewis – ‘Divine Travels’ Lewis puts together a free jazz set cutely bookended by the titular “Divine” and “Travels.” Where his earlier album was an eclectic generic mix, Divine Travels develops its mystical journey through the almost otherworldly vibe often captured by free jazz. Spice it with a bit.
  6. Divine Travels. Okeh: GB. Buy download online. James Brandon Lewis (saxophone), William Parker (bass).
  7. Jun 18,  · James Brandon Lewis, Chad Taylor – Live in Willisau (Intakt CD / CD Review by Adam Sieff) I first became aware of tenor saxophonist James Brandon Lewis through his major label debut Divine Travels (OKeh Records/Sony Music) which resonated deeply and felt like the emergence of a major new talent with a powerful, independent voice. Six years on and although he’s .
  8. De zeer getalenteerde, jonge saxofonist James Brandon Lewis overtuigt volop met zijn tweede album Divine Travels. Een album vol ongepolijste jazz waarop Lewis puur drums en bas als basis heeft om zijn glansrijke spel te laten horen. Als je drummer Gerald Cleaver en bassist William Parker (de mannen hadden samen met Craig Taborn een trio [ ].
  9. out of 5 stars Saxophonist James Brandon Lewis divines the ghost of Coltrane. Reviewed in the United States on June 4, Saxophonist James Brandon Lewis takes us on a spiritual journey on his sophomore release, the aptly named Divine Travels. Over the course of Lewis’ ten original compositions, which add up to 67 minutes, the NYC-based Lewis traverses a path which combines /5(4).

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