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A Tribute To Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers

Tony Allen

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1
Moanin'
Tony Allen; Chab; Mathias Allamane; Jean Philippe Dary; Yann Jankielewicz; Nicolas Giraud; Jean-Jacques Elangue; Rémi Sciuto; Daniel Zimmerman
5:00
2
Night In Tunisia
Tony Allen; Chab; Mathias Allamane; Jean Philippe Dary; Yann Jankielewicz; Nicolas Giraud; Jean-Jacques Elangue; Rémi Sciuto; Daniel Zimmerman
6:04
3
Politely
Tony Allen; Chab; Mathias Allamane; Jean Philippe Dary; Yann Jankielewicz; Nicolas Giraud; Jean-Jacques Elangue; Rémi Sciuto; Daniel Zimmerman
6:39
4
The Drum Thunder Suite
Tony Allen; Chab; Mathias Allamane; Jean Philippe Dary; Yann Jankielewicz; Nicolas Giraud; Jean-Jacques Elangue; Rémi Sciuto; Daniel Zimmerman
6:43
Total Playing Time    24:26
Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen pays tribute to his predecessor and idol Art Blakey with this EP of cover versions, led by the advance single Moanin'. Allen recorded the jazz classics live off the floor with his eight-piece band in Paris, captured direct to two-inch tape via 12 microphones.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Decca Records France Studio Masters

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