Wynton Marsalis

He and She

Wynton Marsalis - He and She

2009 | Blue Note Records 

  • CD

    $15.99

    HE & SHE

    03/24/2009

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He and She Track Listing

  • #
  • Title
  • time
  • 1
  • Poem
  • :12
  • Sound Clip for Poem from He and She

  • 2
  • School Boy
  • 6:48
  • Sound Clip for School Boy from He and She

  • 3
  • Poem
  • :27
  • Sound Clip for Poem from He and She

  • 5
  • Poem
  • :10
  • Sound Clip for Poem from He and She

  • 6
  • Sassy
  • 5:17
  • Sound Clip for Sassy from He and She

  • 7
  • Poem
  • :16
  • Sound Clip for Poem from He and She

  • 8
  • Fears
  • 3:31
  • Sound Clip for Fears from He and She

  • 9
  • Poem
  • :16
  • Sound Clip for Poem from He and She

  • 10
  • The Razor Rim
  • 12:05
  • Sound Clip for The Razor Rim from He and She

  • 11
  • Poem
  • 1:01
  • Sound Clip for Poem from He and She

  • 12
  • Zero
  • 2:17
  • Sound Clip for Zero from He and She

  • 13
  • Poem
  • :36
  • Sound Clip for Poem from He and She

  • 14
  • First Crush
  • 1:52
  • Sound Clip for First Crush from He and She

  • 16
  • First Kiss
  • 3:21
  • Sound Clip for First Kiss from He and She

  • 17
  • First Time
  • 4:47
  • Sound Clip for First Time from He and She

  • 18
  • Poem
  • 1:06
  • Sound Clip for Poem from He and She

  • 19
  • Girls!
  • 5:46
  • Sound Clip for Girls! from He and She

  • 20
  • Poem
  • :59
  • Sound Clip for Poem from He and She

  • 22
  • He and She
  • 5:00
  • Sound Clip for He and She from He and She

  • He and She Notes

    As the title to WYNTON MARSALIS’s fifth Blue Note release indicates, He and She is about that eternally compelling and most elemental of subjects: the relationship between a man and a woman. The Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, trumpeter, and band leader, however, hasn’t merely crafted a love story, but a life story — a bittersweet rumination about the evanescence of life as well as the elusiveness of romance. Time is very much at the heart of He and She: the swift passage of time over the course of one’s life, the mood-altering shifts of time within the duration of a song. It’s an ambitious effort, combining spoken word and music, and Marsalis has given his quintet some formidable charts. The album is tempered with 􀃁 ashes of humor and plenty of swing. There’s ease and elegance and more than a little wisdom in these grooves.

    Credits of He and She

    • Angie Teo
    • Assistant Engineer, Audio Engineer


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