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A response to yet another senseless public murder of a Black Citizen by officers of the law

Read "A response to yet another senseless public murder of a Black Citizen by officers of the law" reviewed by Wynton Marsalis

With the crescendo of public outcry and proliferation of opinions and justifiable expressions of outrage by so many experts, officials and popular celebrities, I fear there's little room or need for yet another person voicing a commonly held opinion. I also believe that the everyday tragedies that are commonplace and routine to our everyday ...

All Rise

Label: Sony Music
Released: 2011
Track listing: CD 1: Jubal Step; A Hundred and a Hundred, a Hundred and Twelve; Go Slow (But Don't Stop); Wild Strumming of Fiddle; Cried, Shouted, Then Sung; Look Beyond; The Halls of Erudition & Scholarship. CD 2: El 'Gran' Baile de la Reina; Expressbrown Local; Saturday Night Slow Drag; I Am (Don't You Run From Me).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Wynton Marsalis: All Rise

Read "All Rise" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Originally released in 2002 as a stand-alone offering, Wynton Marsalis' sacred composition All Rise will enjoy a reprising as part of Legacy Records re-issuing of Marsalis' landmark collection, Swingin' Into The 21st. A devotee of Duke Ellington, Marsalis expands on themes and methods that Ellington himself investigated in his Sacred Concerts of 1965, 1968, and 1973 ...

All Rise

Label: Columbia
Released: 2002


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