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Golden Hearts Remembrance

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Released  1997
Length  69:13
Release date  1997
Label  Kabell Records
Recorded  January 18, 1997
Golden Hearts Remembrance (1997)  Prataksis (1997)
Producer  Wadada Leo Smith
Genre  Jazz
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Studio  Sage and Sound, Hollywood
Artists  Wadada Leo Smith, N'Da Kulture
Similar  Tao‑Njia, Procession of the Great Ancestry, Kulture Jazz, Ten Freedom Summers, Wisdom in Time

Golden Hearts Remembrance is an album by American jazz trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith which was recorded in 1997 and released on the Japanese Chap Chap label. He leads the ensemble N'Da Kulture, a sextet that blends jazz with Eastern music and the poetry of Smith's wife, Harumi Makino Smith.

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Reception

In his review for AllMusic, Thom Jurek states "All of the works here segue into others, shimmering along with spatial reflections and subtle tonal interaction that relies on the execution of sound as sound rather than as a series of notes to be correctly played in a composition."

Track listing

All compositions by Wadada Leo Smith
  1. "Emmeya" - 12:08
  2. "Lotus Garden" - 12:15
  3. "Tawhid" - 9:50
  4. "Golden Hearts Remembrance, A Nur Bakhshad" - 12:48
  5. "Condor" - 14:42
  6. "Mother: Sarah Brown-Smith-Wallace" - 7:28

Personnel

  • Wadada Leo Smith - trumpet, flugelhorn, nohkan
  • David Philipson - bansuri, tambura
  • William Roper - tuba
  • Glenn Horiuchi - piano, shamisen
  • Sonship Theus - drums, percussion
  • Harumi Makino Smith - poetry
  • Songs

    1Emmeya (For Alex Wallace)12:08
    2Lotus Garden (For Amiya Dasgupta)12:15
    3Tawhid (For Lamar)9:51

    References

    Golden Hearts Remembrance Wikipedia


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