Kamasi Washington, Gregory Porter Kai Alcé Interpretations White. Askim" and "On My Way To Harlem". White label release with Kai Alce work and keyboards by Chris Irvin and Byron The Aquarius. Tuesday, June 25. Where it Started. 5 (Where It Started), . L Sophisticado Recordings. Written by V. Lavender & C. Newbill, D. Miller.
Kai Alcé reworks Kamasi Washington & Gregory Porter on the 2x12". Stamped white outer sleeves - bent in one corner from transit. Kamasi Washington - Askim. Gregory Porter - On My Way To Harlem. Kamasi Washington - Askim (Thundercat Dub). Kamasi Washington - Askim (Instrumental). Gregory Porter - On My Way To Harlem (Extended Instrumental). All time classic Gang Starr album - double vinyl reissue - beautiful! Name Tag (Premier & The Guru).
Some good old classics + lots of new stuff feat
Gregory Porter Be Good, released 14 February 2012 1. Painted on Canvas 2. Be Good 3. On My Way to Harlem 4. Real Good Hands 5. The Way You Want to Live 6. When Did You Learn 7. Imitation of Life 8. Mother's Song 9. Our Love 10. Bling Bling 11. Work Song 12. God Bless the Child. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. ships out within 5 days.
NDATL Muzik is a label started by Kai Alcé in 2008.
A1 Kamasi Washington: Askim. B1 Gregory Porter: On My Way To Harlem. C1 KW: Askim (Thundercat Dub). C2 Askim (Instrumental). D1 GP: On My Way To Harlem (Extended Instrumental).
In the four years since he made his debut, the jazz singer-songwriter has become one of the most name-checked soul men on the planet. Take Me To The Alley, his first album for three years, sees him flexing his musical muscles more impressively than ever before.
Kamasi Washington, Gregory Porter - Kai Alcé Interpretations - 2x12". Lhasa - Acetabularia - 12" - Dark Entries - DE-247.
I first heart Gregory Porter on The Graham Norton Show. Had no idea who he was or his music. It is wonderful and so satisfying to see new talent return to another time period and hear the greatness of those who were "Kings". Love the CD and his interpretations. It's always playing somewhere in the house and belongs in everyone's collection.
Keyboards – Chris Irvin
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Keyboards – Byron The Aquarius