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Music : Will Goble - Consider The Blues (2016)
 

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Artist:Will Goble
Title:Consider The Blues
Year Of Release:2016
Label:Oa2 Records
Genre:Jazz
Quality:Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks)
Total Time:01:01:55
Total Size:145 / 384 Mb

Tracklist:

01. Another Man Done Gone 04:46
02. Johnson's Magic Umbrella 04:18
03. Dirge Blues 06:13
04. It Ain't Necessarily So 06:09
05. Just Think for A Moment 05:22
06. Belle Isle 05:39
07. The Ants Went Marching One By One But They Didn't Come Back 05:33
08. Kirtipur Suite: Hold Tight 06:08
09. Kirtipur Suite: Uncertainty 06:58
10. Kirtipur Suite: Hopefully 06:18
11. Three Little Words 04:25

For his second recording as a leader, bassist Will Goble is joined by drummer Dave Potter, his long-time rhythm section mate in Jason Marsalis' Quartet, master saxophonist Greg Tardy and the Atlanta-based pianist Louis Heriveaux. Through arrangements of compositions by Mary Lou Williams and George Gershwin, and originals inspired by the 2015 Nepali earthquakes, racial injustice, and other emotion-charged events, Goble presents the blues as an aesthetic through which all people can make their stories known. From the opening 'Another Man Gone Down,' a traditional chain gang song with guest vocalist Tabreeca Woodside, to Goble's uptempo 'The Ants Went Marching One By One But They Didn't Come Back,' the blues are captured with a variety of outlooks, but always through the infinitely variable lens of swing.

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