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Heaven and Earth is the second studio album by American jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington. It was released on June 22, 2018, through Young Turks Recordings.
Kamasi Washington (born February 18, 1981) is an American jazz saxophonist, composer, producer, and bandleader. Washington is known mainly for playing tenor saxophone. Kamasi Washington was born in Los Angeles, California, on February 18, 1981 to musical parents and educators, and was raised in Inglewood, California. He is a graduate of the Academy of Music of Alexander Hamilton High School in Beverlywood, Los Angeles.
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It’s been about two years ago since the Los Angeles saxophonist Kamasi Washington stunned the world with his monumental jazz triple-album The Epic. Washington did something unconventional to follow it up: He debuted a new suite of music called Harmony Of Difference at the Whitney Biennial. Washington has recently signed with Young Turks, and he’s about to turn the 37-minute Harmony Of Difference into an EP for the label.
Produced By Kamasi Washington. Written By Kamasi Washington. Saxophone Kamasi Washington. Concept By Kamasi Washington. Release Date April 12, 2017. Harmony of Difference Kamasi Washington.
Kamasi Washington has announced a new album. Following his expansive 2015 triple-album The Epic, the Los Angeles based saxophonist will release Harmony of Difference via Young Turks on September 29. It’s a six-track album, and earlier this year he released Truth, which is the album’s closing track. Washington is also touring this fall in support of the album. Take a look at those dates below, along with the album’s tracklist. Kamasi Washington Harmony of Difference tracklist: 1. Desire 2. Humility 3. Knowledge 4. Perspective 5. Integrity 6. Truth
- Alto Saxophone – Terrace Martin
- Cello – Artyom Manukyan, Peter Jacobson
- Choir – Doctor Dawn Norfleet*, Dexter Story, Dustin Warren, Jimetta Rose Smith*, Mashica Winslow, Patrice Quinn, Steven Wayne , Thalma De Freitas*, Taylor Graves
- Double Bass – Miles Mosley
- Drums – Ronald Bruner Jr.
- Drums, Percussion – Tony Austin
- Electric Bass – Stephen "Thundercat" Bruner*
- Engineer – Russ Elevado*
- Flute – Rickey Washington
- Guitar – Matt Haze
- Keyboards – Brandon Coleman
- Mastered By – Daddy Kev
- Piano – Cameron Graves
- Tenor Saxophone, Music By, Concept By – Kamasi Washington
- Trombone – Ryan Porter
- Trumpet – Dontae Winslow
- Vibraphone – Nick Mancini
- Violin – Andrea Whitt, Chris Woods , Jen Simone, Molly Rogers, Paul Cartwright, Tylana Renga
NotesCredits from AG Rojas' accompanying film for Kamasi Washington's "Truth".
The 13 minute track “Truth” is Washington's first release on London based label Young Turks and will be featured on his forthcoming Harmony Of Difference EP. The music and film debuted as part of an original six-movement suite that premiered as part of this year’s Whitney Biennial and involves artwork and imagery by Washington's sister Amani Washington alongside a film by AG Rojas. The suite explores the philosophical possibilities of counterpoint – defined by Washington as “the art of balancing similarity and difference to create harmony between separate melodies”.
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