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He and She (album)

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He and She
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 24, 2009 (2009-03-24)
RecordedAugust 24 – 25, 2007
GenreJazz
Length75:07
LabelBlue Note
Wynton Marsalis chronology
Two Men with the Blues
(2008)
He and She
(2009)
Christmas Jazz Jam
(2009)

He and She is an album by jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis that was released in 2009. The album reached a peak of number 6 on the Top Jazz Albums chart of Billboard magazine.[1]

Music

A reviewer at commented Down Beat that "Using the vernacular of Langston Hughes, but writing in a formal, Olympian style inspired by Irish national poet William Butler Yeats, Marsalis alternates between words and music, reciting a stanza then dramatizing its theme with his quintet. At the end, he strings all the stanzas together, declaiming his long poem about the trials of love in a satisfying finale."[2]

Track listing

All tracks are written by Wynton Marsalis.

No.TitleLength
1."Poem"0:12
2."School Boy"6:48
3."Poem"0:27
4."The Sun and the Moon"6:31
5."Poem"0:10
6."Sassy"5:17
7."Poem"0:16
8."Fears"3:31
9."Poem"0:16
10."The Razor Rim"12:05
11."Poem"1:01
12."Zero"2:17
13."Poem"0:36
14."First Crush"1:52
15."First Slow Dance"4:37
16."First Kiss"3:21
17."First Time"4:47
18."Poem"1:06
19."Girls!"5:46
20."Poem"0:59
21."A Train, a Banjo, and a Chicken Wing"8:12
22."He and She"5:00

Personnel

References

  1. ^ "Wynton Marsalis | Awards". AllMusic. 1961-10-18. Retrieved 2017-03-03.
  2. ^ de Barros, Paul (June 2009) "Wynton Marsalis – He and She". Down Beat. p. 57.
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