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Télécharger Max Roach - We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite
Interprète: Max Roach
Titre: We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite
Publié sur: 2013
Label: WaxTime
Pays: Europe
Style: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Hard Bop
N° de catalogue: 771877
Genre: Jazz
Classement: 4.3
Votes: 904
Formats: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180gr
taille FLAC: 2015 mb
taille MP3: 2509 mb

Tracklist

1Tears For Johannesburg
Written-By – Max Roach
9:42
2Driva' Man
Written-By – Max Roach, Oscar Brown Jr.
5:18
3Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah
Written-By – Kenny Dorham
7:00
4Triptych: Prayer / Protest / Peace
Written-By – Max Roach
8:10
5Freedom Day
Written-By – Max Roach, Oscar Brown Jr.
6:09
6All Africa
Written-By – Max Roach, Oscar Brown Jr.
8:02

Crédits

  • Baritone SaxophoneCecil Payne (tracks: B3)
  • BassJames Schenck, Peck Morrison (tracks: B3)
  • CongasMichael Olatunji
  • Leader, DrumsMax Roach
  • Liner NotesNat Hentoff
  • PercussionRay Mantilla, Tomás DuVall
  • Tenor SaxophoneColeman Hawkins, Walter Benton
  • TromboneJulian Priester
  • TrumpetBenny Bailey (tracks: B3), Booker Little, Kenny Dorham (tracks: B3)
  • VocalsAbbey Lincoln

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CJM 8002Max Roach We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite ‎(LP, Album, Mono)CandidCJM 8002US1961
JC 36390Max Roach Freedom Now Suite ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Promo, RE)ColumbiaJC 36390US1980
38042Max Roach We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite ‎(CD, RM)Jazz Images38042Europe2018
GJS 9002Max Roach We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite ‎(LP, Album)Candid, Base RecordGJS 9002ItalyUnknown
37089Max Roach We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite ‎(LP, Album, 180)Jazz Images37089Europe2018

Remarques

Recorded in New York, August 31 & September 6, 1960
Track 'B3' is a bonus track, recorded in New York, November 1, 1960

Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 8436542014113

Vidéo

Album

We Insist Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite. Side two All Africa Roach, Brown - 19:37 Tears for Johannesburg. 1:10: Insist Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite - Max Roach. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. This is a pivotal work in the discography of Roach and African-American music in general, its importance growing in relevance and timely, postured, real emotional output. We Insist subtitled Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite is a jazz album released on Candid Records in 1960. It contains a suite which composer and drummer Max Roach and lyricist Oscar Brown had begun to develop in 1959 with a view to its performance in 1963 on the centennial of the Emancipation Proclamation. The cover references the sit-in movement of the Civil Rights Movement. The Penguin Guide to Jazz awarded the album one of its rare crown accolades, in addition to featuring it as part of its Core. Max Roachs ambitious We Insist appeared in 1960, just as the civil rights movement was entering its crucial phase. The albums mixture of modern jazz, African rhythms and sparse but powerful lyrics contributed to Oscar Brown Jr. still has the ability to unsettle and inspire. Its compositions take a critical view of American history from the slavery era onwards, broadening into a larger cry for justice on the African continent. Singer Abbey Lincolns performances are remarkable for their emotional resonance and visceral impact, taking her leagues beyond the nightclub stylings of her earlier. We Insist Max Roachs Freedom Now Suite. Max Roach. Released 1960. We Insist Max Roachs Freedom Now Suite Tracklist. Driva' Man Lyrics. Freedom Day Lyrics. We Insist Freedom Now Suite. Show all albums by Max Roach. Max Roach - We Isist Freedom Now Suite 1960. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Max Roach - We Isist Freedom Now Suite 1960. Max Roach - Driva Man. Max Roach - Freedom Day. Max Roach - Triptych Prayer-Protest-Peace. Max Roach - All Africa. Max Roach - Tears For Johannesburg. We Insist Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite, co-authored by Max Roach and Oscar Brown, Jr. was a pivotal work in the early-'60s African-American protest movement, and continues to be relevant in its message and tenacity. It represents a lesson in living as to how the hundreds of years prior were an unnecessary example of how oppression kept slaves and immigrants in general in their place. Freedom Now Suite. Get album. Complete your Max Roach collection. I mean sure, being released in 1961, drummer Max Roach would obviously have some very important things on his mind. This was a year of awakening for many people in the United States, a year when the calls for civil rights for all people could not just be ignored or trounced by sheer numbers. Releasing a politically-minded jazz record in 1961 was a good business decision for the time, I suppose. It truly makes me thankful we live in a better society now. All thanks to people like Mr. Roach of course, but its hard to disconnect myself from our current times. Youd really have to put yourself back in time to understand what a protest really was

Xarcondre
I’ve bought some terrible pressings of records but this is by far the worst. My copy came with some white crusty stuff on “Triptych” and the high end distorts constantly. Abbey sounds awful on this pressing. Avoid it like the plague.
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