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Cease Fire - Christian Scott (2) - Anthem (CD, Album)

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  1. You may also like Christian Scott – Christian aTunde Adjuah (2-CD Set) $ Add to cart Christian Scott – The Emancipation Procrastination $ Read more Christian Scott Atunde Adjuah – Ancestral Recall (Vinyl 2-LP Set).
  2. Dec 11,  · From the Album Anthem December 11, $ Cease Fire Christian Scott 2 Stream or buy for $ I Do Christian Scott 1 Stream or buy for $ City Sunrise [feat. Harold Lop Stefon Harris & David Sanchez & Christian Scott Stream or buy for $ Next. Product details. Original Release Date: December 11, ; Release.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Anthem on Discogs.4/5(2).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Christian Scott Collection - Christian Scott on AllMusic - - Forward-thinking jazz trumpeter Christian Scott Missing: Cease Fire.
  5. The rest of the album follows suit with strange and labyrinthine journeys along the way. There's the largely rhythmic "Re:" with killer hard bop blues played by Scott. The swinging little groover "Cease Fire" follows, driven by Parks' synth bass and a gorgeous, floating, two-horn melody by Scott and Louis Fouch‚ on a straight alto saxophone/5(12).
  6. Jan 01,  · Anthem is New Orleans-native and trumpet player Christian Scott’s musical response to Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath so it’s no surprise that the album is imbued with a somewhat dark, melancholy tone. The disc has several nice horn parts featuring a variety of brass and reed combinations: cornet and tenor sax, flugelhorn and straight alto sax, soprano trombone and tenor sax.
  7. Litany Against Fear, Void, Anthem (Antediluvian Adaptation), Re: Cease Fire, Dialect, Remains Distant, The Uprising, Katrina's Eyes, The 9, Like That.
  8. Background. Anthem is a Scott's emotional response to the continued suffering in of his fellow New Orleanians two years after Hurricane Katrina.. Reception. Steve Greenlee of JazzTimes stated "There's a reason the term "sophomore slump" exists, and trumpeter Christian Scott has hit it. There were high expectations surrounding him, though; his first disc, Rewind That, was an auspicious.

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