Devotion - Courtney Pine - Devotion (CD, Album)

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  1. Oct 06,  · ‎Album · · 15 Songs. Global Nav Open Menu Global Nav 15 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes Preview. Devotion Courtney Pine Jazz ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Release (Intro) 2 Sister Soul More By Courtney Pine See All. Black Notes from the Deep Transition in Tradition (En.
  2. Courtney Pine, CBE (born 18 March in London) is a British jazz musician, who was the principal founder in the s of the black British band the Jazz Warriors. Although known primarily for his saxophone playing, Pine is a multi-instrumentalist, also playing the flute, clarinet, bass clarinet and keyboards. On his album, Europa, he plays almost exclusively bass clarinet.
  3. Courtney Pine: Devotion Updated April 25, – By John Murph After fashioning his own West Indian-influenced brand of neobop in the ’80s, saxophonist Courtney Pine reached a creative high in with Modern Day Jazz Stories (Verve), on which he fused burning, Trane-esque exploits with soul-jazz and hip-hop, resulting in one of the best.
  4. Jul 27,  · Listen to your favourite songs from Devotion by Courtney Pine now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  5. Jul 21,  · Devotion is Courtney Pine's first release since 's Another Story.   It is a loud, jazzy, funky, reggae, rocking affair bursting at the seams with cross influences and counter rhythms.   The recording is as highly produced as most contemporary and smooth jazz offerings but contemporary or smooth jazz this is not.
  6. Courtney Pine, the UK's leading jazz saxophonist, returns with his ninth studio album, entitled Devotion. Four years in the making, the album features stunning vocal contributions from Carleen Anderson, David McAlmont and Jacqui Dankworth, and follows his critically acclaimed and award winning Back In The Day set (released in the UK in )/5(3).
  7. While classified as a jazz musician, Courtney Pine melds a wide variety of influences into his music. The saxophonist and clarinetist has deftly incorporated reggae, electronica, hip-hop, funk and Eastern sounds into his boundary-defying repertoire, working alongside luminaries in each genre.

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