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Levee Low Moan: Soul Gestures in Southern Blue, Vol. 3

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Levee Low Moan: Soul Gestures in Southern Blue, Vol. 3
Levee Low Moan - Soul Gestures in Southern Blue, Vol. 3.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 30, 1991 (1991-07-30)
Genre
Length48:09
LabelColumbia
Wynton Marsalis chronology
Uptown Ruler: Soul Gestures in Southern Blue, Vol. 2
(1991)
Levee Low Moan: Soul Gestures in Southern Blue, Vol. 3
(1991)
Baroque Duet
(1992)

Levee Low Moan: Soul Gestures in Southern Blue, Vol. 3 is an album by Wynton Marsalis that was released in 1991.[1] The album reached a peak position of number 8 on Top Jazz Albums chart of Billboard magazine.[2]

Reception

The AllMusic reviewer wrote: "although the individual solos are fine, not much really happens; overall it is a rather weird tribute to the blues".[1] The Billboard reviewer of all three volumes of Soul Gestures in Southern Blue commented on their "atmosphere of politeness, an absence of swing, and a somewhat shocking lack of true blues feeling".[3]

Track listing

All tracks are composed and performed by Wynton Marsalis unless otherwise noted.

  1. Levee Low Moan – 11:15
  2. Jig's Jig – 8:09
  3. So This Is Jazz, Huh? – 7:00
  4. In the House of Williams – 10:06 (Todd Williams)
  5. Superb Starling – 11:39

References

  1. ^ a b Yanow, Scott. "Wynton Marsalis: Levee Low Moan: Soul Gestures in Southern Blue, Vol. 3". AllMusic. Retrieved May 13, 2020.
  2. ^ "Wynton Marsalis - Awards". Archived from the original on March 5, 2016.
  3. ^ "Jazz" (PDF). americanradiohistory.com. August 24, 1991. Retrieved May 13, 2020.

External links

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