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Jazz File

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When Musical Worlds Collide: Jazz and Hip-Hop
2/2. Starting with music of alienation and protest from Gil Scott-Heron and Don Byron , Soweto Kinch continues his exploration of the interactions between jazz and hip-hop. There's Harlem Renaissance poetry from saxophonist
Gary Bartz , and tunes inspired by Turkish phone conversations from pianist Jason Moran. Kinch traces different treatments of the sung and spoken word from musicians as varied as Kurt Elling , Steve Williamson , Black Thought,
Biz Markee and Dapp Theory. In the studio, Kinch and his quartet are joined by MC Jonzi D, for some competitive freestyle rapping. Producer Aiyn snipton

Contributors

Unknown: Don Byron
Unknown: Soweto Kinch
Unknown: Gary Bartz
Pianist: Jason Moran.
Unknown: Kurt Elling
Unknown: Steve Williamson
Unknown: Biz Markee

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