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This is Our Environment

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Joseph Herbst

Label: Next Level
Released: 2021
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Track Listing

They Say There Are Beautiful Trees; Momma Nature (ft. Dasan Ahanu); Solastalgia; Mama E (ft. Cynthia ‘THiA’ Sharpe); Is This My Fault?; Erring of the Revolution Pt. 1 (ft. Yexandra 'Yex' Diaz); Makes No Cents; Erring of the Revolution Pt. 2 (ft. Yexandra 'Yex' Diaz); Iron Eyes; LEGACY (ft. RaShad Eas); Estrange Us; Communion (ft. RaShad Eas); Simple Life (ft. RaShad Eas); Visions of Freedom.

Personnel

Joseph Herbst
Joseph Herbst

saxophone

Evan Taylor

trumpet

Luther Allison
Luther Allison

keyboards

Aubrey Johnson
Aubrey Johnson

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Peter Martin: guitar; RaShad Eas: spoken word; Dasan Ahanu: spoken word; Cynthia ‘THiA’ Sharpe: spoken word; Yexandra 'Yex' Diaz: spoken word.

Album Description

At times making you want to dance and at times making you want to cry, Joseph Herbst's debut album "This is Our Environment" features all original compositions that brings together his classical saxophone background with his modern jazz focus, seemingly flowing from one song to the next all under the timely lens of environmental justice. Interwoven into the album are powerful performances and works by four spoken word artists, as well as lyric and lyric-less vocals, adding an extra layer of depth to the already colorful and diverse sound the band creates. Learn more about the project here: https://www.josephherbstmusic.com/this-is-our-environment


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