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Charles Lloyd debuted his collective The Marvels on the 2016 album I Long To See You with special guests Norah Jones and Willie Nelson, and reconvened the band for 2018's Vanished Gardens which featured Lucinda Williams on half the album. On Tone Poem, his sixth Blue Note album since returning to the label in 2015, Lloyd presents The Marvels without guest vocalists for the first time.
The Marvels' unique sound weaves several threads of American music—Jazz, Blues, Americana, Country, and Rock—into a thrilling and uplifting musical hybrid apropos of a visionary who sees no lines of demarcaPon in his music: "That wouldn't be right for the tradition I serve," Lloyd says. "You must have your elixir, and the elixir is in sound and tone. When you're at the feet of the Universe, she will always bless and take care of us. It's not politicians we need but sages. Many have their hand out for something, but I try to let my heart be filled so I want for nothing. I live in awe, drunk with the music."
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Artist||CHARLES LLOYD & THE MARVELS|
|Label||Blue Note Records|
|Music Genre Primary||Jazz|
- 1. Peace (OrneJe Coleman)
- 2. Ramblin' (OrneJe Coleman)
- 3. Anthem (Leonard Cohen)
- 4. Dismal Swamp (Charles Lloyd)
- 5. Tone Poem (Charles Lloyd)
- 6. Monk's Mood (Thelonious Monk)
- 7. Ay Amor (Villa Fernandez Ignacio)
- 8. Lady Gabor (Gabor Szabo)
- 9. Prayer (Charles Lloyd)
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