||Things Fall Apart CD (1999)
Anthony Tidd discography "You Got Me" won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance By Duo Or Group. THINGS FALL APART was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.
THINGS FALL APART was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for ...
||Ancestry in Progress CD (2004)
Anthony Tidd albums On its first full-length in four years, Marie Daulne's Zap Mama project returns to Luaka Bop from a brief encounter with Narada and resumes its quest to wind African melody and vocal harmony around hip- hop, jazzy breaks, soul and ...
||Supermoon CD (2007) |
Anthony Tidd songs Track Listing of songs: 1000 Ways; Hey Brotha; Supermoon; Go Boy; Affection; Toma Taboo; Kwenda; Gati; Where Are You?; Moonray; Princess Kesia;
||Ma Zone CD (1999) |
Anthony Tidd discography So strange, so funky, so millennial is the colorful creature called Zap Mama. The hip ladies of this vocal-based group have continued to expand on their once-spare accompaniment of the past, with all sorts of electronic bleeps and bloops, funky ...
||Weaving Symbolics CD (2009) |
Anthony Tidd albums Track Listing of songs: Ritual; Tehu Seven; Tetragrams / Astrology I; Circle Weaving Thirteen; Ritual; Gregorian; Unction; Triad Mutations II; Ritual; Li Bai / Astrology II; Triad Mutations I;
||Tortoise & the Hare CD (2002)
Anthony Tidd CD discography All the elements that made Jazzyfatnastees grassroots favorites are in place for their sophomore effort, The Tortoise & the Hare. Tight, inventive vocal harmonies and rich intertwining melodies, which helped to define the duo's sound on their debut record, The ...
||Lucidarium CD (2004) |
Anthony Tidd music CDs Liner Note Author: Steve Coleman .
Recording information: Systems Two Studios, Brooklyn, NY (05/27/2003-05/30/2003).
Photographer: Jérôme Witz.
Arranger: Steve Coleman .
Personnel: Steve Coleman (alto saxophone, claves); Steve Coleman ; Judith Berkson, Kokayi, Kyoko Kitamura, Lorin Benedict, Theo Bleckmann, Jen Shyu (vocals); Jonathan Finlayson ...
||Sign and the Seal: Transmissions of the Metaphysics of a Culture CD |
Anthony Tidd CD discography Down Beat (11/97, p.65) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "For his venture into Cuban/American fusion, alto saxophonist Coleman has gone straight to the source....the sound is intriguing enough to suggest further explorations along similar lines."
Jazz Times (8/97, p.96) ...
||Sonic Language of Myth: Believing, Learning, Knowing CD (1999) |
Anthony Tidd music CDs Steve Coleman & Five Elements: Steve Coleman (alto saxophone); Rosangela Silvestre (vocals); Anthony Tidd (electric bass); Sean Rickman (drums); Miguel "Anga" Diaz (percussion).
Alto saxophonist Coleman conceives his music as "a symbolic language used to express the nature of the Universe," ...
||Journey To Truth CD (1994) |
Anthony Tidd songs Journey to Truth is an ambitious album. Tenor saxophonist Steve Williamson attempted to forge a song cycle in the manner of John Coltrane's A Love Supreme (Coltrane is quoted in the liner notes). In addition, he also wants to update ...
||On The Rising Of The 64 Paths CD (2003) |
Anthony Tidd CD discography The hermeticism and rigor of some of Steve Coleman's previous work has discouraged certain listeners from investigating his music further. This time, he has chosen to record a set of complex yet accessible numbers. Coleman makes the best use of ...
||Child Of Troubled Times CD (2002) |
Anthony Tidd albums From The Uk; "Fuses Hip-Hop, Be-Bop, Soul And Funk"
Author: Anthony Tidd.
Personnel: Eska Mutungwazi, Marcina Arnold (vocals); Sebela, Fade (spoken vocals); Mpho Skeef (chant); Steve Coleman, Miguel Zenon (alto sazophone); Dennis Baptiste, Aaron Stewart (tenor saxophone); Anthony Tidd (guitar, bass); Eric ...
||A Ma Zone CD (1999) |
Anthony Tidd music CDs So strange, so funky, so millennial is the colorful creature called Zap Mama. The hip ladies of this vocal-based group have continued to expand on their once-spare accompaniment of the past, with all sorts of electronic bleeps and bloops, funky guitars and organs, and generous stretches of Saturday-night-on-the-drag bass lines. Postmodern a capella-world beat hip-hop, anyone? Here, urban grit and rural African dreamscapes churn together in a sonic texture that looks to ...