Music You Don't Know You Like Yet
2004-01-24Nicholas Payton’s first album for Warner Brothers becomes the first bold jazz statement of 2004. Sonic Trance immediately harkens to mind Bitches Brew-era Miles Davis, with its echoed trumpet and loose psychedelic ambience. The album further ventures into Afro-beat, reggae rants, funk-fusion, trip-hop and other controlled-substance craziness.
Payton garnered a Grammy-nomination for his 1997 collaboration with then 90-year-old trumpet great Doc Cheatham, an album also available in the WYCE library.
MARY RADEMACHER & RICK REUTHER
Two of a Kind
THE GODFATHERS OF GROOVE FEATURING REUBEN WILSON, BERNARD “PRETTY” PURDIE, AND GRANT GREEN JR.
The Godfathers of Groove
THE LATIN SIDE OF HERBIE HANCOCK
Milwaukee Jazz Orchestra
Welcome To Swingville
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