Kirk Whalum - The Gospel According to Jazz Chapter 1 flac album
Title: The Gospel According to Jazz Chapter 1
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Kirk soon followed that career high point with his phenomenal hit album released on Warner Bros. Records, For You, perhaps the most successful of over 25 solo recordings to date; others include his eclectic, and much lauded, Gospel According to Jazz series, (Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4). In addition to his many solo projects, Kirk was also a member of the popular soul/jazz group, BWB, which features Kirk as the W of the group with Rick Braun. The Best of Kirk Whalum. The Gospel According To Jazz Ch. 2. Hugh Peanuts Whalum. Performs The Babyface Songbook.
CD 1. 1. What the Lord Means to Me. length: 5:31. 3. Blessed Assurance. 5. Wade in the Water.
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Grammy nomination - Best Contemporary Instrumental Album, 2015 Whalum’s commitment is beyond question. the overall feel is one of sophisticated pop-funk laced with devotional serenity. the music is likewise earnest, infused with righteous intent. This fourth volume in Grammy-winning American saxophonist Kirk Whalum's series The Gospel According To Jazz musically explores the convergence of jazz and gospel infused with rhythm and blues. 4. kHz, 24-bit PCM – Mack Avenue Records Studio Masters.
Kirk Whalum, John Stoddart, Kenneth Whalum III, Kyle Whalum & Caleb Tha Bridge. You Are Everything. Kirk Whalum, John Stoddart, Kenneth Whalum III, Kyle Whalum & Caleb Tha Bridge. Smile Medley (Part 1) Smile. Smile Medley (Part 2) God Has Smiled On Me. Smooth Jazz Hymnal - EP. Kevin Madill.
Kirk Whalum’s insightful and revelatory narrative enriches the whole experience, with an up-close and personal look at the heart of the artist and his art. The Gospel According to Jazz, Chapter IV is an invitation to pause, hear and see in a fresh, prescient way; it is also a tribute album that is uniquely gospel-centric. Honored are heads of state (Mandela and Obama), departed and greatly respected and loved artists (George Duke, Wayman Tisdale and John Coltrane), alongside mothers (Kirk’s, and yours if you like) and a homeless woman Whalum came to call friend ( Nannette )