Adapted from his music for Spike Lee’s Malcolm X, this ambitious suite by young trumpeter Terence Blanchard evokes both X generations: Malcolm’s, by mimicking — I mean, paying homage to — the brooding, modal, small-band jazz that Miles Davis was making at the time of Malcolm’s rise; and Blanchard’s, by meandering along without much regard for structural tradition. Most important, like the rarest of movie music (including the classic jazz soundtracks by Eddie Sauter), The Malcolm X Jazz Suite looks fine without the movie. B
The Malcolm X Jazz SuiteAdapted from his music for Spike Lee's Malcolm X, this ambitious suite by young trumpeter Terence Blanchard evokes both X generations: Malcolm...The Malcolm X Jazz SuiteJazzAdapted from his music for Spike Lee's Malcolm X, this ambitious suite by young trumpeter Terence Blanchard evokes both X generations: Malcolm...1993-04-09
Genre: Jazz; Lead Performer: Terence Blanchard
Posted April 9 1993 — 12:00 AM EDT
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