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WILLIE NELSON AND WYNTON MARSALIS FEAT. NORA JONES ''HERE WE GO AGAIN'' (USA, 2011) @ [210k VBR]

11/04/2011 11:19 0 Comentarios Lectura: ( palabras)

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WILLIE NELSON AND WYNTON MARSALIS FEAT. NORA JONES  ''HERE WE GO AGAIN'' 

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En 2007, Willie Nelson y Wynton Marsalis se unió para una noche de show en vivo . Encontraron una conexión, así como el éxito comercial, así que lo que parecía ser una novedad-género de una cruz-off se convirtió en un colaboración duradera. En 2009, Nelson y Marsalis reunirse, esta vez pidiendo a Norah Jones a unirse a ellos en Nueva York Lincoln Center.

Los tres músicos son expertos en sus respectivos estilos, pero no hay divas en el escenario, sólo un disfrute de la música y complacer a una multitud. En la última canción, "What'd I Say", el público participa plenamente en la experiencia, aplausos y silbidos al lado del trío. Al final no importa que puede confundir a sus discos o que el trío no está rompiendo géneros.

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Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis featuring Norah Jones: Here We Go Again

If it ain't broke, don't fix it. A-and, add Norah Jones to the mix as well.

In 2008, Blue Note released a live recording from Wynton Marsalis featuring the timeless Willie Nelson as guest singer and soloist. Two Men with the Blues was one of the highlights of that year because Nelson made the sometimes antiseptic Marsalis (with a crack quintet) looser and more fun and Marsalis pushed the sometimes-rather-lazy Nelson to be sharper. It was a classic win-win.

imageThe boys are back together again with Here We Go Again (read my full PopMatters review here). And it's another strong outing. How could it not be, with the material this time being the stellar repertoire associated with Ray Charles and with the single-malt voice of Norah Jones featured as well? Again, Marsalis's arrangements for quintet are clever and swinging, astutely recasting familiar material in smart ways. And Nelson proves again that his laconic singing style is as much a child of Louis Armstrong as any proper "jazz" singer. Finally, this is the first we've gotten to hear Jones singing with a true jazz group behind (rather than merely her fine but limited pop band), and Marsalis spurs her singing to a higher realm. (Seriously, why hasn't Norah Jones made a real jazz album?)

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What's missing from Here We Go Again is pretty well implied by the title—it's a bit routine. You know these songs a little too well, and everyone involved is doing what they do perfectly on cue. This disc doesn't seem to have a capacity to surprise us.

That said, it's lovely in nearly every way—a great example of how jazz can still be a powerful popular medium. It's a jazz album that I think just about anyone should delight in.

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TEMAS:01 hallelujah i love her so 04:5502 come rain or come shine 03:5203 unchain my heart 05:3504 cryin' time 04:3305 losing hand 05:1606 hit the road jack 07:4507 i'm moving on 05:4408 busted 05:0409 here we go again 05:1110 makin' whoopee 04:5411 i love you so much (it hurts) 02:5312 what'd i say 06:12


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