+ Indie shop version is limited to just 500 copies and is pressed in a 'Cosmic Vinyl' colour-way. + It...
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+ Indie shop version is limited to just 500 copies and is pressed in a 'Cosmic Vinyl' colour-way. + It will be released on the 19th of April.
“It was such an honor to play on Dwight Trible's album. His singing has inspired me since I was 15 years old. He has a way of bringing such a unique life and feel to every song that he sings. His voice has power, soul, and beauty, qualities that all us horn players strive for. Thank you Dwight for having me on this masterful piece of art” - Kamasi Washington (early 2019).
The godfather of the LA sound, and possibly the world’s greatest living jazz vocalist, returns with his masterpiece. Timeless, yet made for our times - this is a double album of spiritual jazz, soul, gospel, and psychedelic rock. Recorded at LA’s Sunset Sound, and backed by a band of legendary musicians (including Kamasi Washington), this is a work of true beauty.
A tour de force that reveals Dwight’s kinship with spiritualism.
“Thrillingly ecstatic.” - The Guardian “Mellifluous of voice and cosmic of soul… Gorgeous.” - Evening Standard
Musicians: Dwight Trible: vocals Kamasi Washington: tenor sax Mark de Clive-Lowe: piano John B. Williams: double bass Ramses Rodriguez: drums Maia: harp Miguel Atwood Ferguson: viola Derf Reklaw: percussion Carlos Nino: hand percussion
Mothership It’s All About Love Mother Brother Where Are You? Standing In The Need Of Prayer Song For My Mother Tomorrow Never Knows Thank You Master Desert Fairy Princess Walkin’ To Paradise These Things You Are To Me Some Other Time