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|For Granted||Dinner Party, Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington||02:52|
|First Responders||Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, 9th Wonder, Kamasi Washington||04:49|
|Can't Go||Dinner Party, Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington||02:44|
|Breathe||Dinner Party, Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington||03:09|
|Freeze Tag||Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, 9th Wonder, Kamasi Washington||03:11|
|Love Love||Dinner Party, Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington||02:32|
|Secure||Dinner Party, Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington||02:39|
|Watts Renaissance||Dinner Party, Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington||02:49|
|Street Fighter Mas||Kamasi Washington||05:58|
|The Lower East Side||Dinner Party, Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington||02:52|
A Small Light: Episodes 1 & 2 (Songs from the Limited Series)
por Danielle Haim, Kamasi Washington
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Jazz Lounge Summer 2023 Bossa Nova Jazz Playlist
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Rock Internacional As Melhores | Rock 2023 | WILLO
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Spirit Reflection (Deluxe Edition)
por Gaby Hernandez, Dexter Story, Kamasi Washington, Gifted & Blessed...
por Everything Is Recorded, SAMPHA, Ibeyi, Wiki...
Regarded as a boundary-pushing, genre melding new jazz visionary, saxophonist Kamasi Washington came to wider recognition when he played on Kendrick Lamar's landmark 'To Kill a Butterfly' album and conjured a mesmerising mix of psychedelic, free-form, Afrobeat jazz on his major label debut 'The Epic' in 2015.
Born into a musical household in Los Angeles, his father was a woodwind player who recorded with Earth, Wind & Fire and The Supremes, and after dabbling with keyboards and drums, Washington started playing the saxophone at the age of 13 and discovered the jazz of Art Blakey and John Coltrane. Despite growing up in the tough Inglewood neighbourhood where hip-hop reigned supreme, Washington played with the church gospel groups, while his high school friends Thundercat and Terrace Martin became long-term musical cohorts who played their first major gig together at the Playboy Jazz Festival in 1997.
He also discovered European classical music, Indonesian Gamelan and North Indian classical raga while studying ethnomusicology at UCLA and dreamed-up lofty ambitions of conquering the world of jazz, before learning his trade as a touring member of Snoop Dogg's band and as a session musician for Ryan Adams, John Legend and Chaka Khan.
As part of the West Coast Get Down collective of musicians that began rejuvenating the Los Angeles jazz scene, he led bands and self-released early albums 'The Proclamation' and 'Light of the World' before his old friend Terrace Martin began producing tracks for Kenderick Lamar and brought Washington in to play saxophone on the track 'Mortal Man'. He ended up arranging and featuring heavily on Lamar's US number one albums 'To Pimp a Butterfly' and 'Damn', while Washington's first album for Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder label, 'The Epic' was born out of 30 days of long jam sessions and told the story of his influences, his journey and his future visions in a three-hour odyssey that featured a 32-piece orchestra, a gospel choir and a ten-piece jazz band.
His screaming, psychedelic saxophones, African rhythms, classical elegance, hip-hop swagger and jazz improvisations were condensed into a six-track fusion EP on follow-up 'Harmony of Difference' in 2017, but he returned to big, visionary ideas and attempted to digest his utopian ideals with society's hard-faced realities on 'Heaven and Earth' in 2018.