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Live at the House of Tribes

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Live at the House of Tribes
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Live album by
ReleasedAugust 30, 2005 (2005-08-30)
RecordedDecember 15, 2002
VenueHouse of Tribes, New York City
LabelBlue Note
ProducerDelfeayo Marsalis
Wynton Marsalis chronology
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Live at the House of Tribes
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Professional ratings
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Live at the House of Tribes is an album by Wynton Marsalis that was released in 2005. The performance was recorded in December, 2002 in front of fifty people at a small community theater space in New York's East Village.[1]


Allmusic's Matt Collar rated the album four stars and stated, "Loose, swinging, funky, and spirited, Live at the House of Tribes is an absolute joy."[2] Jazz critic Ben Ratliff of the New York Times says of the album, "Throughout the record, the playing almost never goes outside of tonality, and the rhythm section holds fast to swing. But swing brings out the best in these players; the music is fully alive and afire with ideas. It makes you want to have been there."[3]

Track listing

  1. "Green Chimneys" (Thelonious Monk) – 15:49
  2. "Just Friends" (Klenner, Sam M. Lewis) – 17:48
  3. "You Don't Know What Love Is" (Gene de Paul, Don Raye) – 12:13
  4. "Donna Lee" (Miles Davis) – 6:47
  5. "What Is This Thing Called Love?" (Cole Porter) – 10:27
  6. "Second Line" (Paul Barbarin) – 3:55





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