Joe Henderson ‎– The Milestone Years



The Kicker
Mamacita 3:20
The Kicker 4:04
Chelsea Bridge 4:37
If 5:32
Nardis 4:40
Without A Song 5:59
Mo' Joe 4:08
I Amor Em Paz (Once I Loved) 5:32
Tetragon 5:37
First Trip 5:12
I Got You Under My Skin 4:57
Invitation 6:13
"R.J." 5:33
Waltz For Zweetie 4:25
The Bead Game 8:36
Lee Konitz
You Don't Know What Love Is 3:27
Nat Adderley
Unilateral 6:04
The Scavenger 8:09
But Not For Me 5:54
Power To The People
Power To The People 8:36
Afro-Centric 7:00
Black Narcissus 4:46
Isotope 4:51
Opus One-Point-Five 4:52
Lazy Afternoon 4:31
Foresight And Afterthought 7:31
At The Lighthouse
Caribbean Fire Dance 5:37
Recorda-Me 8:18
A Shade Of Jade 10:28
Isotope 4:28
'Round Midnight 9:02
Mode For Joe 8:34
If You're Not Part Of The Solution, You're Part Of The Problem 11:29
Blue Bossa 9:43
Closing Theme 0:47
In Pursuit Of Blackness
Gazelle 7:31
Invitation 7:32
Mind Over Matter 13:14
No Me Esqueca 7:04
A Shade Of Jade 7:42
Joe Henderson In Japan
'Round Midnight 12:33
Out 'N In 9:03
Blue Bossa 8:25
Junk Blues 14:42
Black Is The Color
Terra Firma 12:10
Vis-A-Vis 6:45
Foregone Conclusion 4:55
Black Is The Color (Of My True Love's Mind) 7:01
Current Events 5:33
Tress-Cun-Deo-La 10:32
Turned Around 6:36
Song For Sinners 6:21
Me, Among Others 7:03
Bwaata 10:52
Canyon Lady
Tres Palabras 10:09
All Things Considered 8:36
Canyon Lady 9:03
Las Palmas 9:54
In The Beginning, There Was Africa... 6:01
The Elements
Air 9:53
Water 7:29
Fire 11:05
Earth 13:11
Flora Purim
Butterfly Dreams 6:58
Light As A Feather 5:53
Love Reborn 3:40
Summer Night 5:51
Black Narcissus
Black Narcissus 5:07
Hindsight And Forethought 2:39
Power To The People 12:27
The Other Side Of Right 7:16
Good Morning, Heartache 6:55
Amoeba 5:37
Black Miracle
Gazelle 5:21
My Cherie Amour 6:44
Old Slippers 6:00
Immaculate Deception 4:12
Soulution 7:04
Black Miracle 9:18
Flora Purim
Black Narcissus 6:34
What Can I Say 5:04
Windows 5:32

Versiones (3)

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8MCD-4413-2 Joe Henderson The Milestone Years(Box, Comp + 8xCD, RE, RM) Milestone (4) 8MCD-4413-2 US 1994 Vender esta versión
8MCD-4413-2 Joe Henderson The Milestone Years(Box + 8xCD, Comp, RE, RM) Milestone (4) 8MCD-4413-2 Germany 1994 Vender esta versión
VICJ-40077-84 Joe Henderson The Milestone Years(8xCD, RM + Box, Comp, RE, 2 B) Milestone (4) VICJ-40077-84 Japan 1995 Vender esta versión



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15 de julio de 2015
comentando The Milestone Years, Box, Comp + 8xCD, RE, RM, 8MCD-4413-2

So many people use words like “key element” or “link” when when it comes to Joe Henderson, suggesting that the man is just part of the jazz chain, a man who never found mass appeal, or a solid audience for that matter. Joe wasn’t just a “key element” in the tenor saxophone chain, and no, he may not have been as popular as say Wayne Shorter, but just because after more than three decades critics couldn’t seem to find a place to comfortably pigeon-hole his artist, is no reason to consider him a mere dot on a line. Other jazz artists certainly respected his introspective and innovative ideas, drawing deeply from the man’s pioneering attitude when it came to the advant garde, electronic jazz, fusion, funk, and his founding efforts in laying down bluesy vocals over all of these.

Henderson was ground breaking, though I’m sure that even Blue Note Records was a bit dismayed by the fact that he was achieving so little success, when he was directly responsible for so much, for so many, lending his talents as a sideman to an endless list who would go on to shape the jazz world. Listening to Henderson is like viewing Joan Miró, both artists who’s work is better viewed from a distance, without concentration, with those “Ah-Ha” moments coming long after Joe has put away his sax, the house likes have come up, and you’re able to hear mere memories of what you’d just experienced, thinking “Man, that was good.”

Opening this boxed set is like opening a window, or a chapter in a book you’ve somehow missed. The Milestone Years will soar you to dizzying heights, breathe fresh air into your lungs, and show you a new way of using a key you thought you’d understood all to well. There’s no way I’d challenge you to sit down and dig all you find here, thought I will suggest that while listening, you find something to do that requires an empty head, and let Joe fill it.

Review by Jenell Kesler