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The Epic

The Epic by Kamasi Washington buy album

Kamasi Washington

Label: Brainfeeder
Released: 2015
Views: 1,878

Track Listing

Vol.1 The Plan: Change of the Guard; Askim; Isabelle; Final Thought; The Next Step; The Rhythm Changes. Vol.2 The Glorious Tale: Miss Understanding; Leroy and Lanisha; Re Run; Seven Prayers; Henrietta Our Hero; The Magnificent 7. Vol.3: The Historic Repetition: Re Run Home; Cherokee; Clair de Lune; Malcolm’s Theme; The Message.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Kamasi Washington: tenor saxophone; Ryan Porter: trombone; Igmar Thomas: trumpet; Cameron Graves: piano, organ, choir vocal; Brandon Coleman: keyboards. organ; Miles Mosley: acoustic bass; Stephen Bruner: electric bass; Tony Austin: drums; Neel Hammond: violin; Tylana Renga Enomoto: violin; Paul Cartwright: violin; Jennifer Simone: violin; Lucia Micarelli: violin; Molly Rodgers: viola; Andrea Whitt: viola; Artyom Manukyan: cello; Ginger Murphy: cello; Dawn Norfleet: choir vocal; Thalma de Freitas: choir vocal; Maiya Sykes: choir vocal; Gina Manziello: choir vocal; Patrice Quinn: choir vocal; Natasha F Agrama: choir vocal; Dwight Trible: choir vocal; Steven Wayne: choir vocal; Taylor Graves: choir vocal; Charles Jones: choir vocal; Jason Morales: choir vocal; Dexter Story: choir vocal; Tracy Carter: choir vocal; Ronald Bruner: drums; Leon Mobley: percussion; Patrice Quinn: lead vocals; Dwight Trible – vocals; Stephen "Thundercat" Bruner: electric bass.


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