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This project was funded in part by a New Jazz Works Grant given to composer Carmen Lundy from Chamber Music America (CMA). The commission was granted just prior to the Covid-19 lockdown, and was composed during these challenging months of the pandemic. These songs reflect this time of great loss, sorrow, healing, and hope for a brighter, more inclusive future for us all. The brilliant musicians on the album - Julius Rodriguez, Matthew Whitaker, Curtis Lundy, Kenny Davis, Terreon Gully, Andrew Renfroe, Wallace Roney Jr., Camille Thurman, Giveton Gelin, and Morgan Guerin - represent the past, present and future of our Jazz legacy.
This project was funded in part by a New Jazz Works Grant given to composer Carmen Lundy from Chamber Music America (CMA). The commission was granted just prior to the Covid-19 lockdown, and was composed during these challenging months of the pandemic. These songs reflect this time of great loss, sorrow, healing, and hope for a brighter, more inclusive future for us all. The brilliant musicians on the album - Julius Rodriguez, Matthew Whitaker, Curtis Lundy, Kenny Davis, Terreon Gully, Andrew Renfroe, Wallace Roney Jr., Camille Thurman, Giveton Gelin, and Morgan Guerin - represent the past, present and future of our Jazz legacy.
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Artist: Carmen Lundy
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Shine A Light
2. So Amazing
3. Daughter Of The Universe
4. Ain't I Human
5. Lonesome Blue Butterfly
6. Spell Of Romance
7. Say Her Name
8. Transition (To Promised Land)
9. Privacy
10. Reveree
11. Rest In Peace

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This project was funded in part by a New Jazz Works Grant given to composer Carmen Lundy from Chamber Music America (CMA). The commission was granted just prior to the Covid-19 lockdown, and was composed during these challenging months of the pandemic. These songs reflect this time of great loss, sorrow, healing, and hope for a brighter, more inclusive future for us all. The brilliant musicians on the album - Julius Rodriguez, Matthew Whitaker, Curtis Lundy, Kenny Davis, Terreon Gully, Andrew Renfroe, Wallace Roney Jr., Camille Thurman, Giveton Gelin, and Morgan Guerin - represent the past, present and future of our Jazz legacy.
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