Timeless Concert Series presentsMulatu Astatke & The Heliocentrics, Suite For Ma Dukes & Arthur Verocai In Concert
Headlining the first concert in the Timeless series was the beginning of a big year for Mulatu Astatke. His recent collaboration with the Heliocentrics has made it on many people's "Best of List," for 2009. The anthology of his work, New York-Addis-London: The Story of Ethio Jazz 1965-1975, the first comprehensive collection of his work was a big success for Strut Records. On February 1st, he blessed the Luckman Auditorium with an amazing show. He shared the stage with Los Angeles jazz scene veterans Bennie Maupin, Azar Lawrence, and Phil Ranelin. The performance is beautiful, showcasing many classics as well as some new material. The music was mixed by Los Angeles engineer Benjamin Tierney and UK producer/musician, Will "Quantic" Holland.
Timeless II celebrated the music of hip-hop producer, James "J. Dilla" Yancey. Composed and arranged for a 60-piece orchestra by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, the concert featured special guests Bilal, Dwele, Posdnuos (De La Soul), Talib Kweli, and more. This premiere performance is still buzzing in the minds of many, unable to shake the magic of that evening.
Timeless III saw Arthur Verocai make his very first trip to Los Angeles to perform his seminal 1972 record for a capacity audience at the Luckman. The performance brought the crowd to a stand still. According to Verocai, "I never played the record, alive or dead!" and hid the record from his family because "of his disappointment at its failure during the 70s." His utter delight at the opportunity to play this music in its complete form can be seen in the DVD. He has subsequently been offered an opportunity to do the concert again in London. Stay tuned.
|Artist:||Timeless Concert Series presents|
|Titel:||Mulatu Astatke & The Heliocentrics, Suite For Ma Dukes & Arthur Verocai In Concert|
|Pressung:||US – Original|
|Genre:||Hip Hop, Organic Grooves|
|Style:||US Hip Hop, Funk / Soul, Contemporary Funk, Latin / Brazil|
|Gewicht:||300g (plus 250g Verpackung)|