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Music for the Fifth World

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Music for the Fifth World
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Studio album by Jack DeJohnette
Released 1993
Recorded February, 1992
Genre Jazz
Length 60:09
Label Manhattan
Producer Jack DeJohnette
Jack DeJohnette chronology
Music for the Fifth World
Extra Special Edition
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Music for the Fifth World is an album by Jack DeJohnette, featuring performances with Will Calhoun, Michael Cain, Vernon Reid, Lonnie Plaxico and John Scofield plus vocalists, recorded in 1992 and released on the Manhattan label in 1993.[2] The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow states, "The music is stimulating if not as essential as DeJohnette's earlier work with Special Edition".[3]

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Track listing

All compositions by Jack DeJohnette except as indicated
  1. "Fifth World Anthem" - 9:27
  2. "Dohiyi Circle No. 1" (Joan Henry) - 2:56
  3. "Miles" - 8:15
  4. "Two Guitar Chant/Dohiyi (DeJohnette, Henry) - 5:16
  5. "Deception Blues" - 4:55
  6. "Witchi-Tai-To" (Jim Pepper additional lyrics by Henry) - 6:11
  7. "Darkness to Light" - 12:34
  8. "Dohiyi Circle No. 2" (Henry) - 2:25
  9. "Aboriginal Dream Time" - 8:10
  • Recorded at Clinton Studios, N.Y in February, 1992



  1. ^ Allmusic Review
  2. ^ Jack DeJohnette discography accessed 11 September 2009
  3. ^ Yanow, S. Allmusic Review accessed 11 September 2009
This page was last edited on 25 October 2018, at 12:38
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