Nate Smith - Kinfolk: Postcards From Everywhere (2017) [Soul, Funk, Contemporary Jazz]; FLAC (tracks)

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Nate Smith - Kinfolk: Postcards From Everywhere (2017) [Soul, Funk, Contemporary Jazz]; FLAC (tracks)

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Artist: Nate Smith
Album: Kinfolk: Postcards From Everywhere
Genre: Soul, Funk, Contemporary Jazz
Label: Ropeadope Records
Released: 2017
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Tracklist:
  1. Intro: Wish You Were Here
  2. Skip Step
  3. Bounce: pts I + II
  4. Mom: Postcards From Detroit/Floyd/Salem
  5. Retold
  6. Disenchantment: The Weight
  7. Spinning Down
  8. Pages
  9. From Here: Interlude
  10. Morning and Allison
  11. Spiracles
  12. Small Moves: Interlude
  13. Dad: Postcards from Isaac Street
  14. Home Free (for Peter Joe)

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    Personnel:
  • Nate Smith - drums, percussion, fender rhodes, synths, sounds
  • Kris Bowers - piano, fender rhodes
  • Jaleel Shaw - alto & soprano sax
  • Fima Ephron - electric bass
  • Jeremy Most - guitars

    guests:
  • Dave Holland - acoustic bass (2, 7)
  • Lionel Loueke - guitar (2, 7)
  • Chris Potter - tenor sax (3)
  • Adam Rogers - guitars (11)
  • Gretchen Parlato - vocals (8)
  • Michael Mayo - vocals (2, 5)
  • Amma Whatt - vocals (6, 10)
  • Stephanie Matthews - violin I (6, 14)
  • Juliette Jones - violin II (6, 14)
  • Christiana Liberis - viola (6, 14)
  • Reenat Pinchas - cello (6, 14)

Regarding his new project, KINFOLK, Mr. Smith says "In conceiving this project, I wanted to focus on creating the material with very few ingredients; just improvising at the drums or piano or singing ideas into a voice recorder, focusing primarily on rhythm and melody. I want to see what other ingredients the players or singers would bring to the material. I’m interested in a true band sound: I want to know how the musicians will color, shape, and season the raw ingredients, and how to pull all of those pieces together to a whole."

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