|1||Dawn Child (Sunrise)||6:25|
Featuring, Vocals [Vocal/Chant], Flute [Bamboo], Flute [Pan] – David MolinaFeaturing, Vocals [Vocal/Chant], Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Flute [Pan], Flute [Double] – Idris Ackamoor
Featuring, Vocals [Vocal/Chant], Backing Vocals – Dele Sosimi
|4||Spice Route Suite
Featuring, Tenor Saxophone – Nat Birchall
|6||Egosystem (Solar Noon)||5:11|
Featuring, Tenor Saxophone – Nat BirchallFeaturing, Vocals [Vocal/Spoken Word] – Liz Elensky
Featuring, Vocals – Ahu
|9||Heaven's Mirror (Reprise)||4:17|
|10||Minute's To Midnight For This Planet||2:48|
|11||Raga Requiem (Dusk)||9:32|
|JMANLP 099||Emanative||Earth (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Jazzman||JMANLP 099||UK||2018|
Earth by emanative, released 22 June 2018 1. Dawn Child (Sunrise) 2. Heaven's Mirror feat. Idris Ackamoor & David Molina 3. Ìyáàmi feat. Dele Sosimi 4. Spice Route Suite feat. 2015’s The Light Years of the Darkness album release was a key turning point and a record that saw Woodmansey work with a stellar cast of contributors featuring amongst others Keiran Hebden aka Four Tet and trumpeter Ahmed Abdullah. All profits went to the Steve Reid Foundation, a charity which Gilles Peterson set up of which Woodmansey is a trustee – all in the name of the legendary jazz-drummer to help musicians in crisis as well as to support new talent. Born in 1975 and growing u.
Album · 2018 · 11 Songs. See All. The Light Years of the Darkness.
Emanative - Earth (2018). Songs in album Emanative - Earth (2018). 1. Dawn Child (Sunrise).
Emanative: Earth by Chris May, published on May 20, 2018. Every so often an album comes along that is so sweeping in its cultural scope, and so far beyond the norms of critical discourse, that it almost beggars description. Such a disc is Earth, the fourth physical-release album from drummer and producer Nick Woodmansey's Emanative and the follow-up to the band's outstanding The Light Years Of The Darkness (Brownswood, 2015).
Such a disc is Earth, the fourth physical-release album from drummer and producer Nick Woodmansey's Emanative and the follow-up to the band's outstanding The Light Years Of The Darkness (Brownswood, 2015). Unlike the earlier album, whose source material comprised tunes written by Sun Ra, Joe Henderson, Alice Coltrane, Don Cherry and Arthur Blythe, all the pieces on Earth are originals written by Woodmansey and the band. In this, and every other sense, the album is an extension of its predecessor.
Artist: Emanative Album: Earth Genre: Contemporary Jazz, Fusion Label: Jazzman Released: 2018 Quality: FLAC (tracks) Tracklist: Dawn Child (Sunrise) (6:25). Heaven's Mirror (11:27). Minutes to Midnight for This Planet (2:48). Raga Requiem (Dusk) (9:33).