Trombone Shorty – Parking Lot Symphony

Name: Trombone Shorty – Parking Lot Symphony
Genre: Jazz
Year: 2017
Label: Blue Note Records
Format: mp3 | 320 kbps
Duration: 00:42:48
Size: 100 Mb
Description: New Album / It’s hard to imagine an artist more steeped in the culture of New Orleans than Troy Andrews, better known as Trombone Shorty. Andrews grew up in the Tremé, a neighborhood that’s become practically synonymous with brass-band music. At age 4, he marched in the street with his brother’s band; by 13, he was playing in the New Birth Brass Band. He’s also donated instruments and founded the Trombone Shorty Foundation to help pass along New Orleans’ musical culture to a new generation. Yet Andrews has long shown an interest in not just preserving New Orleans’ brass-band tradition, but keeping it up-to-date. His new album, Parking Lot Symphony, is no exception: You can hear street rhythms interwoven with funk, R&B and rock influences in tracks like the title number and a cover of Allen Toussaint’s “Here Come The Girls,” made famous by Ernie K-Doe

[02:09] 01. Laveau Dirge No. 1
[04:33] 02. It Ain’t No Use
[03:47] 03. Parking Lot Symphony
[03:47] 04. Dirty Water
[04:00] 05. Here Come The Girls
[02:19] 06. Tripped Out Slim
[03:19] 07. Familiar
[04:10] 08. No Good Time
[03:26] 09. Where It At?
[03:12] 10. Fanfare
[03:17] 11. Like A Dog
[04:44] 12. Laveau Dirge Finale


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