Performer: Delfeayo Marsalis Title: Musashi Style: Bop,Hard Bop,Jazz Instrument,Trombone Jazz Duration: 59:28 Location: King #1 Studio, Tokyo, Japan Relesed: July 1, 1997 Recording date: July 29, 1996 - July 30, 1996 Rating: 4.3 Votes: 410 Other formats: MPC AUD MOD VOC AAC DMF
Delfeayo Marsalis (/ˈdɛl fiː oʊ/; born July 28, 1965) is an American jazz trombonist and record producer. Marsalis was born in New Orleans, the son of Dolores (née Ferdinand) and Ellis Louis Marsalis, J. a pianist and music professor. He is also the grandson of Ellis Marsalis, S. and the brother of Wynton Marsalis (trumpeter), Branford Marsalis (saxophonist), and Jason Marsalis (drummer)
A quintet date with Mark Gross on alto and soprano and a Japanese rhythm section (plus guest spots for Branford and Ellis Marsalis), the date alternates standards such as "Too Marvelous for Words" and "Summertime" with passionate originals including the intense "Miyamoto Musashi" and "Queen Himiko. Throughout the set, Marsalis shows the willingness to take chances and stretch himself, and the result is consistently stirring post-bop music.
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Delfeayo also has two brothers who are not musicians: Ellis Marsalis III (b. 1964) is a poet, photographer and computer networking specialist based in Baltimore, and Mboya Kenyatta (b. 1970) is autistic and was the primary inspiration for Delfeayo's founding of the New Orleans-based Uptown Music Theatre. To obtain more wood sound from the bass, this album recorded without usage of the dreaded bass direct" first appeared on brother Branford's Renaissance (Columbia, 1987), and became the single sentence to define the recorded quality of many acoustic jazz recordings since the late 1980s. He is a graduate of Berklee College of Music, and in 2004 received an MA in jazz performance from the University of Louisville.
Trombonist, composer, and producer Delfeayo Marsalis is a highly regarded jazz performer and a member of the famed Marsalis family. Born in New Orleans in 1965 to esteemed jazz pianist and professor Ellis Louis Marsalis, J. Marsalis grew up alongside his five siblings including saxophonist Branford Marsalis, trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, and younger brother drummer Jason Marsalis. Interested in music from a young age, he initially started out on bass and drums before settling on the trombone in sixth grade. He returned with Musashi in 1997, followed by the Elvin Jones tribute album Minions Dominion in 2006. In 2014, Marsalis paired with his father, Ellis, for the urbane, standards-heavy The Last Southern Gentlemen.
Too Marvelous for Words
Johnny Mercer / Richard A. Whiting
Earl Brent / Matt Dennis
If You Only Knew
Tail of Genji
George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin / DuBose Heyward
Only the Lonely
Sammy Cahn / James Van Heusen
Earl Brent - Composer Sammy Cahn - Composer Matt Dennis - Composer George Gershwin - Composer Ira Gershwin - Composer Mark Gross - Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano) James Van Heusen - Composer DuBose Heyward - Composer Yuichi Inoue - Piano Kohji Kawamura - Photography Branford Marsalis - Guest Artist, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor) Delfeayo Marsalis - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer, Trombone Ellis Marsalis - Guest Artist, Piano Johnny Mercer - Composer Sasha Motchan - Art Coordinator Yoichi Nakao - Producer Masahiko Osaka - Drums, Guest Artist William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach Jr. - Trombone (Bass) Andy Richter - Technical Assistance Ken Shibusawa - Technical Assistance Patrick Smith - Mixing, Post Production Hiroyuki Tsuji - Engineer Richard A. Whiting - Composer