Telarc publish Marcus Miller’s ‘The Ozell Tapes: The Official Bootleg’ (2003)
Marcus Miller<'s 'The Ozell Tapes: The Official Bootleg' is a double live album released on April 22, 2003 by Telarc.
Track Listing : 1.Intro (Big Doug Epting) – 01:06 . 2.Power (Marcus Miller) – 06:00 . 3.So What (Miles Davis) – 8:54 . 4.Lonnie’S Lament (John Coltrane) – 10:52 . 5.Cousin John (Marcus Miller) – 10:41 . 6.Scoop (Marcus Miller) – 12:27 . 7.I Loves You Porgy (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Dubose Heyward) – 09:27 . 8.Panther (Marcus Miller) – 11:21 . 9.3 Deuces (Marcus Miller) – 06:23 . 10.Your Amazing Grace (Marcus Miller) – 10:42 . 11.Nikki’S Groove (Marcus Miller) – 05:09 . 12.When Your Life Was Low (Joe Sample, Will Jennings) – 08:08 . 13.Burning Down The House (David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth)- 06:33 . 14.People Make The World Go ‘Round (Thom Bell, Linda Creed) – 11:07 . 15.Killing Me Softly (Charles Fox, Norman Gimbel) – 06:43 . 16.Miles/Marcus Medley: Hannibal/Amandla/Tutu (Amandla Poets) – 19:11
Musicians : Marcus Miller – Bass, Bass Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Keyboards . Poogie Bell – Drums . Dean Brown – Guitars . Roger Byam – Tenor And Soprano Saxophone, Flute . Bruce Flowers – Keyboards . Lalah Hathaway – Vocals . Michael Patches Stewart – Trumpet . Leroy Taylor – Keyboards
Production : Produced By Marcus Miller, Dennis Thompson Big Doug Epting – Bass Technician . Rebekah Foster – Monitor Engineer . Taka Honda – Studio Assistant . Clyde Hunt – Drum Technician . David Isaac – Mastering . Dennis Thompson – Engineer, Mixing
Package : Jack Frisch – Art Direction, Photography . Bibi Green – Photography . R. Andrew Lepley – Cover Photo
Recorded In 2002.
Released On April 22, 2003 By Telarc.
(Source Marcus Miller‘s ‘The Ozell Tapes: The Official Bootleg’ | Official Site)
The Ozell Tapes bring me closer to the memories I have of experiencing Miller live. This double disc dose may be as close as I can officially get without actually being there again. […]
It’s telling that these covers never seem halfhearted or put-on; there’s no exploitation in Miller’s appropriations, only reverence. Funk is his lingua franca, and nobody speaks it more fluently. […]
All About Jazz
Listen to “So What” followed by “Lonnie’s Lament,” and you’ll immediately recognize that Marcus Miller is not Boney James or Kirk Whalam (not that there is anything wrong with smooth jazz; everyone needs to start somewhere to get to the Source). […]
Marcus Miller‘s ‘The Ozell Tapes: The Official Bootleg’
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