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Remembrance

Elvin Jones Jazz Machine

Available in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

"Elvin is the beat of life itself ... when I hear Elvin’s music I hear the future."
- Carlos Santana

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1
Giraffe
Elvin Jones Jazz Machine
4:54
2
Section 8
Elvin Jones Jazz Machine
4:25
3
Little Lady
Elvin Jones Jazz Machine
6:27
4
Familiar Ground
Elvin Jones Jazz Machine
3:32
5
Kalima
Elvin Jones Jazz Machine
8:30
6
Beatrice
Elvin Jones Jazz Machine
6:41
7
Remembrance
Elvin Jones Jazz Machine
7:07
Total Playing Time    41:36
"When I played Remembrance the depth of my thoughts of John Coltrane were overpowering."
- Elvin Jones

"Jones left an indelible mark on jazz drumming ... he gave the drums a speaking voice that was entirely his own."
- Jazz.com

For this 1978 album, drummer Elvin Jones brought along his Jazz Machine, a quintet with the somewhat unusual lineup of two saxophones (Pat LaBarbera and Michael Stuart both on tenor and soprano sax), guitar (Roland Prince), bass (Andy McCloud III) and Jones, of course, on drums. Sax player LaBarbera contributes four of the seven songs here. Ever popular, Jones and his Jazz Machine continued to tour and record right up to Jones's death in 2004.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM - MPS Records Studio Masters

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