Episode 313: Harmony Of Difference - Kamasi Washington

Bolstered by the success of Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly and his own, uh, epic 2015 release, The Epic, saxophonist Kamasi Washington, along with the rest of The West Coast Get Down have spent the past few years popularizing jazz to a whole new generation of fans. On Harmony Of Difference, Washington is digging deep and exploring smaller themes like the meaning of life and our place in the universe. Kevin and Marcus K. Dowling (Decades, Capitol Wrestling) sit down to discuss Kamasi's latest masterpiece and consider a few universal truths of their own.

PLUS! Aaron "Ab" Abernathy's new album Dialogue, is a potent statement about the state of America today as seen through Abernathy's unique perspective, and is one of the best, and most important albums of 2017. We've got a listen to one of its highlights, "Generation," which is sure to be a rallying cry for the struggles in this "new" America for years to come.


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Harmony Of Difference Kamasi Washington Pros: It's a life-affirming deep dive into the past, present, and future of modern jazz that is essential for getting through even the worst day. Cons: Absolutely none. LINKS Official Site Facebook Twitter Instagram LISTEN ON Spotify Apple Music

Harmony Of Difference
Kamasi Washington

Pros:
It's a life-affirming deep dive into the past, present, and future of modern jazz that is essential for getting through even the worst day.

Cons:
Absolutely none.

LINKS
Official Site
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram

LISTEN ON
Spotify
Apple Music


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