Kamasi Washington ‎– The Epic

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Brainfeeder ‎– BFDNL050
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17 × File, FLAC, Album
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Tracklist

1 Change Of The Guard 12:16
2 Askim 12:35
3 Isabelle 12:13
4 Final Thought 6:32
5 The Next Step 14:49
6 The Rhythm Changes 7:44
7 Miss Understanding 8:46
8 Leroy And Lanisha 9:24
9 Re Run 8:20
10 Seven Prayers 7:36
11 Henrietta Our Hero 7:14
12 The Magnificent 7 12:46
13 Re Run Home 14:06
14 Cherokee 8:15
15 Clair De Lune 11:08
16 Malcom's Theme 8:41
17 The Message 11:09

Notes

Flac version (at least on Boomkat) is 24 bit / 44,1 kHz, as opposed to the 16 bit / 44,1 kHz audio on the Red Book Compact Disc version. Weighs in at 2.07GB for the entire album.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BFCD050 Kamasi Washington The Epic(3xCD, Album) Brainfeeder BFCD050 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
BRFD50 Kamasi Washington The Epic(3xCD, Album) Brainfeeder, Beat Records BRFD50 Japan 2015 Sell This Version
BFDNL050 Kamasi Washington The Epic(17xFile, FLAC, Album, HRA) Brainfeeder BFDNL050 2015
BF050P Kamasi Washington The Epic(3xLP, Album, Ltd, TP) Brainfeeder BF050P Europe 2015 Sell This Version
BF050 Kamasi Washington The Epic(3xLP, 180 + Box, Album) Brainfeeder BF050 UK, Europe & US 2015 Sell This Version

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oldhippierick

oldhippierick

July 22, 2015
Personnel:
Ryan Porter, trombone
Dwight Trible, Patrice Quinn lead vocals
Igmar Thomas, trumpet
Kamasi Washington, tenor sax, band leader
Brandon Coleman, keyboards
Cameron Graves, piano
Miles Mosley, double bass
Thundercat, electric 6 string bass
Ronald Bruner, Jr., Tony Austin, drums
Leon Mobley percussion

Label: Brainfeeder [BFCD050] x3 CD CD 2015; Brainfeeder [BFDNL050] ×17 File, FLAC 2015
Genre: Jazz, Jazz Funk, Latin Jazz, Modal Music

Peak position Charts (2015)
US Billboard Heatseekers @#6
US Billboard Independent Albums @#18
US Billboard Jazz Albums @#5
yulablues

yulablues

May 13, 2015
Seems silly, loading this thing down. Just make three seperate albums like they did back in the day.
bart.efosa

bart.efosa

May 10, 2015
Vinyl is planned but not out yet.
Jewbotcrusher

Jewbotcrusher

May 9, 2015
It will probably fit on 5 discs. damn. :D
aquajimbo

aquajimbo

May 8, 2015
Any hopes of this hitting vinyl?