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Buckshot Lefonque - Buckshot Lefonque (2001) Retail CD
Not only is Branford Marsalis the brilliant saxophone player for Sting, and countless jazz records, but apparently a great "mixer" as well. Buckshot Lefonque is a tribute to black music, be it big band jazz or rap. Marsalis and many other top artists featuring on this record take you on a journey in a time machine gone wild. You will hear jazz tunes by John Coltrane in "The Blackwidow Blues", Maya Angelou reciting her own lines in "The Caged Bird Sings" and Victor Wooten's hard bass mated to some great rapping in "No Pain No Gain". All on the same record. And more. A lot more. Love song, moremore… rap, jazz, acid, hip-hop, you name it, it's there. But don't for a moment get me wrong. This record is not oly interesting in it's wide-spread selection of styles, and good lyrics, it's also great to listen to. Brilliant in fact. The different styles don't seem to be out of place, the whole record has a unique but wholesome feel. If you like jazz, but you rate hip-hop and other modern styles as well, don't miss Buckshot Lefonque.
|1||Ladies And Gentlemen Presenting...|
|3||I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings|
|4||Mona Lisas (And Mad Hatters)|
|5||Wonders And Signs|
|6||Ain't It Funny|
|7||Some Cow Fonque (More Tea Vicar)|
|8||Some Shit @ 78BPM (The Scratch Opera)|
|9||Hotter Than Hot|
|10||Breakfast @ Denny's|
|11||Shoot The Piano Player|
|12||No Pain No Gain|
|14||And We Out|
|15||Breakfast @ Denny's|
- Buckshot Lefonque - Buckshot Lefonque (2001) Retail CD
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