Jason Moran - Soundtrack To Human Motion


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Pianist Jason Moran made his recorded debut on saxophonist Greg Osby's 1997 Blue Note release, Further Ado. It was an auspicious moment all around: For Osby, one of mainstream-jazz's brightest and most influential young leaders, it announced a sideman who the saxophonist praised as "made to order" for his challenging ideals. For Blue Note Records, it hinted at how forcefully the label's legacy would extend into the future. And on his 1999 debut for the label, Soundtrack to Human Motion, Moran delivered on that promise with what he calls a "dream band": Osby, vibist Stefon Harris (who has emerged as a Blue Note leader as well), bassist Lonnie Plaxico, and drummer Eric Harland.

1. Side 1
2. 1. Gangsterism On Canvas
3. 2. Snake Stance
4. 3. Le Tombeau De Couperin/States Of Art
5. 4. Still Moving
6. 5. Jamo Meets Samo
Side 2
8. 6. Kinesics
9. 7. Aquanaut
10. 8. Retrograde
11. 9. Release From Suffering
12. 10. Root Progression

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