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Shades Of Blue - Madlib Invades Blue Note



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Shades Of Blue - Madlib Invades Blue Note
(Blue Note 2003) Selected by Madlib

Note : *** (Havanito)

Tracklisting :
01 Introduction
02 Slim's Return (orig. recorded by The Three Sounds as "Book of Slim")
03 Distant Land: Hip Hop Drum Mix (orig. recorded by Donald Byrd as "Distant Land")
04 Mystic Bounce (orig. recorded by Ronnie Foster as "Mystic Brew")
05 Stormy (orig. recorded by Reuben Wilson)
06 Blue Note Interlude
07 Please Set Me At Ease (orig. recorded by Bobbi Humphrey)
08 Funky Blue Note (new composition by Otis Jackson, Jr.)
09 Alfred Lion Interlude
10 Steppin' Into Tomorrow (orig. recorded by Donald Byrd)
11 Andrew Hill Break (orig. recorded by Andrew Hill as "Illusion")
12 Montara (orig. recorded by Bobby Hutcherson)
13 Song For My Father (orig. recorded by Horace Silver)
14 Footprints (orig. recorded by Wayne Shorter)
15 Peace/ Dolphin Dance (orig. recorded by Horace Silver & Herbie Hancock)
16 Outro

Liens :
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djouls.com/bluenote - La discographie sur le djouls.com
bluenote.com - Le site officiel du label
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