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Afro Blue - The Music of Oscar Brown Jr.

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Cynthia Felton

Released: 2009
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Track Listing

01. Motherless Child (spiritual) - 1:16; 02. Afro Blue (Mongo Santamaria) - 8:53; 03. Mr. Kicks (Oscar Brown Jr.) - 4:20; 04. Work Song (Nat Adderley) - 4:58; 05. All Blues (Miles Davis) - 5:00; 06. Brother, Where Are You? (Oscar Brown Jr.) - 6:03; 07. But I Was Cool (Oscar Brown Jr.) - 6:03; 08. When Malindy Sings (Paul L. Dunbar) - 5:47; 09. Dat Dere (Bobby Timmons) - 4:51; 10. Brown Baby (Oscar Brown Jr.) - 3:47; 11. Harry´s Hips (Oscar Brown Jr.) - 3:35; 12. Strong Man (Oscar Brown Jr.) - 5:52; 13. Long As You´re Living (Oscar Brown Jr.) - 6:03; 14. Motherless Child (reprise) (spiritual) - 1:18.


Cynthia Felton
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Cynthia Felton (voce); Ernie Watts (sax tenore 2,13); Jeff Clayton (sax alto 5,8,9); Wallace Roney (tromba 5,8); Nolan Shaheed (tromba 3,7,11); Ronald Muldrow (chitarra 2,3,4,5,6,7,8); Cyrus Chestnut (piano 2,4,5,6,8,13); Donald Brown (3,7,9); Patrice Rushen (piano 11); John Beasley (piano 12); Rober Hurst (basso 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,13); Tony Dumas (basso 11); Edwin Livingston (basso 12); Ryan Cross (basso 10); Jeff "Tain" Waits (batteria 2); Terry Lyne Carrington (batteria 11); Yoron Israel (batteria 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,13); Lorca Hart (batteria 12); Ndugu Chancler (vibrafono 6); Munyoungo Jackson (percussioni 2,8); Derf Recklaw (percussioni 2,3,7,13); Carol Robbins (arpa 10); Lesa Terry (violino 1,3,14).



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