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Jeff Parker - The New Breed mp3 track

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Performer: Jeff Parker
Title: The New Breed
Country: US
Released: 2017
Category: Jazz / Pop
Rating: 4.7 ✦
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Executive Life 7:39
2 Para Ha Tay 0:50
3 Here Comes Ezra 3:01
3 Visions 4:21
5 Jrifted 7:45
6 How Fun It Is To Year Whip 4:40
7 Get Dressed 3:49
8 Cliche 4:09
9 Logan Hardware Remix
Producer – Makaya McCraven
9:41

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Elysian Masters

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Electric Piano, Mellotron – Josh Johnson
  • Composed By – Bobby Hutcherson (tracks: A4)
  • Composed By, Arranged By – Jeff Parker (tracks: A1-A3, B1-B4)
  • Design – Craig Hansen
  • Drums – Jamire Williams
  • Drums, Percussion – Jay Bellerose (tracks: A4)
  • Mastered By – Dave Cooley
  • Producer, Electric Bass, Engineer, Edited By, Mixed By – Paul Bryan
  • Producer, Electric Guitar, Electric Piano, Mellotron, Loops, Sampler, Drum Programming – Jeff Parker
  • Recorded By [Vocals] – John McEntire
  • Vocals – Ruby Parker

Notes

Japanese version with bonus track

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4582237837346
  • Matrix / Runout: HEADZ 218 -RC01- IFPI LZ49

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
IARC 0009 Jeff Parker The New Breed ‎(LP, Album) International Anthem Recording Company IARC 0009 US 2016
IARC 0009, IARCDE09 Jeff Parker The New Breed ‎(LP, Album, Dlx, Ltd, RP) International Anthem Recording Company, International Anthem Recording Company IARC 0009, IARCDE09 US 2017
IARC 0009 Jeff Parker The New Breed ‎(CD, Album, Dig) International Anthem Recording Company IARC 0009 US 2016


Alto Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Electric Piano, Mellotron – Josh Johnson (13). Composed By, Arranged By – Jeff Parker (tracks: A1 to A3, B1 to B4). Design – Craig Hansen (2). Drums – Jamire Williams. Mastered By – Dave Cooley.

Composed By, Arranged By – Jeff Parker (tracks: A1-A3, B1-B4). Design, Artwork – Sonnenzimmer.

Parker crafts a classic Blue Note Records-informed solo during Get Dressed, and he shows off his flair for more tenderly melodic work on Here Comes Ezra. Balancing tunefulness with edgy arrangements is a tricky task, but one this veteran musician achieves with ease. The New Breed Jeff Parker. Nimble soul animates these smart productions by the experimental Tortoise guitarist. But the songs on this album mostly traffic in chilled-out funk, with tracks like Executive Life and Para Ha Tay creating a steadily soulful vibe. Parker crafts a classic Blue Note Records-informed solo during Get Dressed, and he shows off his flair for more tenderly melodic work on Here Comes Ezra.

t Jeff Parker has been a towering figure at the nexus of jazz, post-rock and experimental music in Chicago for the last two decades.

About The New Breed. The New Breed Q&A. Drums Jamire Williams. Electric Bass Guitar Paul Bryan. Featuring Ruby Parker. Producers Jeff Parker & Paul Bryan.

The New Breed is Tortoise guitarist Jeff Parker's first solo album since 2004's The Relatives. It's also his first solo work since relocating from Chicago to Los Angeles, a city with a highly productive music scene blending jazz, hip-hop, soul, and electronic music, as represented by labels such as Brainfeeder and Alpha Pup and weekly club events such as Low End Theory. Parker has experimented with samples, loops, and hip-hop production for a while, but he hadn't really explored these techniques in his own music before. On The New Breed, Parker builds improvisations around.

This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 90/186 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The New Breed. BPM Profile The New Breed. Album starts at BPM, ends at 145BPM (+145), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jeff Parker.

Exclusive Prime pricing. MP3 Music, June 24, 2016. Probably the best record I've heard yet from Jeff Parker. He's joined here by some fantastic collaborators and the whole affair benefits as such.

Over the course of the "In The Moment" sessions in 2013 and 2014, Parker was slowly transitioning his personal belongings from Chicago to a new home in Los Angeles. It was when finally settled that he found opportunity to re-open some home recordings and beat projects that had been dormant on his hard drive for years (early versions of some could have been heard in the late 00's on his Myspace page).