|Title:||The Bi-Polar Music Project...Vol 1: Licensed To Chill|
|Style:||Contemporary R&B, Deep House, Neo Soul|
|Category:||Electronic / Funk, Soul|
|Other format:||VOC MOD DMF AA MP4 VQF MP3|
|1||Need To Know||5:00|
|2||Music Is Life
Featuring, Vocals – Al Olive
|4||Trust Is Broken||4:28|
|8||U Rock Me||3:43|
|12||Creole Girls Cry||4:22|
|15||Forever United (feat. Phil Perry)
Featuring, Vocals – Phil Perry
|none||Nicole Mitchell||The Bi-Polar Music Project...Vol 1: Licensed To Chill (CD, Album)||Not On Label||none||US||2011|
Artist: Nicole Mitchell. Format: CD. Missing Information?. Music CDs Nicole Scherzinger 2011.
Nicole Mitchell (born 1967) is an American jazz flautist and composer who teaches jazz at the University of Pittsburgh. She is a former chairwoman of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM). Mitchell was raised in Syracuse, New York until age eight, when her family moved to Anaheim, California. Her first instruments were piano and viola, which she started playing in fourth grade. She was classically trained in flute and played in youth orchestras as a teenager
Aquarius (Nicole Mitchell album). Aquarius is an album by American jazz flautist Nicole Mitchell, which was recorded in 2012 and released on Delmark. It was the debut of her ensemble Ice Crystal, a quartet with vibraphonist Jason Adasiewicz, bassist Josh Abrams and drummer Frank Rosaly. The last piece is a tribute to saxophonist Fred Anderson.
Nicole Mitchell is one of contemporary jazz’s great talents on the flute-but she doesn’t just deal in riffs. She’s also a conceptualist. Her latest record, Mandorla Awakening II: Emerging Worlds is influenced by social science, sci-fi, and speculative trends in fiction. Throughout the record’s hour-long running time, Mitchell draws on anthropologist Riane Eisler’s distinction between cooperative societies and hegemonic ones, and asks the question: Could the best elements of each tradition be joined somehow? It’s a question that reflects some of the political tensions of the present moment. You mentioned how he just dropped all this music on you, the night before the first gig, with all those unique symbols he uses in those scores. Was your approach to graphic notation inspired by any of that? No, not exactly.
Nicole Mitchell - Africa Rising Trilogy II: Metamorphosis. Nicole Mitchell - Africa Rising Trilogy I: The Ancient Power Awakens. Nicole Mitchell - Keep Moving (Manoo's Classic Mix). Steven Stone & Nicole Mitchell - Show Me Love (Richard Earnshaw Instrumental Remix). Steven Stone & Nicole Mitchell - Without You (Original) -.