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Download links and information about Reeltime by Wynton Marsalis. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 59:09 minutes.

Artist: Wynton Marsalis
Release date: 1999
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 21
Duration: 59:09
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No. Title Length
1. Rosewood (Voice) (featuring Cassandra Wilson, Russell Malone, Wycliffe Gordon, Herlin Riley, Victor Goines, Reginald Veal) 2:38
2. Mr. Mann (Instrumental) (featuring Wycliffe Gordon, Marcus Printup, Herlin Riley, Victor Goines, Reginald Veal) 3:48
3. Sylvester's Rag (Instrumental) (featuring Marcus Roberts) 2:12
4. Gentler Times (Instrumental) (featuring Mark O'Connor, Mark Schatz) 2:56
5. Gossipin' Hens (Instrumental) (featuring Eric Reed, Claude Williams, Herlin Riley, Reginald Veal) 5:39
6. Sunday Blessing (Instrumental) 1:59
7. I Hear a Knockin' (Quartet) [Voice] (featuring Ronee Martin, Valerie Williams, Bobette Jamison-Harrison) 1:01
8. Go, Possum, Go (Instrumental) (featuring Mark O'Connor, Mark Schatz) 1:58
9. Eyes Around the Corner (Instrumental) 1:31
10. Sing On (Instrumental) (featuring Michael White, Wycliffe Gordon, Ron Westray, Herlin Riley, Delfeayo Marsalis, Victor Goines, Don Vappie, Reginald Veal) 2:47
11. Morning Song (Instrumental) (featuring Karen Briggs) 2:33
12. I Hear a Knockin' (solo) [Voice] (featuring Shirley Caesar) 0:50
13. If I Hold On (Voice) (featuring Shirley Caesar, Eric Reed) 1:38
14. Elgin Mills (Instrumental) (featuring Mark O'Connor, Mark Schatz) 2:31
15. Rattlesnake Tail Swing (Instrumental) (featuring Eric Reed, Sherman Irby, Victor Goines, Gideon Feldstein, Andrew Farber) 2:29
16. Dark Heart Beat (Instrumental) 0:48
17. Fire In the Night (Instrumental) (featuring Eric Reed, Marcus Printup, Herlin Riley, Stephen Riley, Victor Goines, Reginald Veal, Gideon Feldstein, Kimati Dinizulu) 6:29
18. Porch Whiskey (Instrumental) (featuring Mark O'Connor, Mark Schatz) 3:15
19. To Higher Ground (Instrumental) (featuring Russell Gunn, Eric Reed, Russell Malone, Wycliffe Gordon, Marcus Printup, Stefon Harris, Ron Westray, Herlin Riley, Stephen Riley, Bill Reichenbach, Vincent Gardner, Sherman Irby, Victor Goines, Reginald Veal, Gideon Feldstein, Kimati Dinizulu, Roger Ingram, Oscar Brashear, Bob Findley, Jamil Sharif, Wessell Warmdaddy Anderson) 4:46
20. After the Dead (Instrumental) 2:54
21. Rosewood (Voice) (featuring Cassandra Wilson, Russell Malone, Wycliffe Gordon, Herlin Riley, Victor Goines, Reginald Veal) 4:27

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Sometimes even the powerful Wynton Marsalis has to take no for an answer, as his score for the film Rosewood was commissioned and completed but ultimately not used. In this case, it's clearly the filmmakers' loss, for Marsalis has written a soulful, stylistically wide-ranging set of cues that he put out anyway as part of his massive 1999 release schedule. The theme song for Rosewood is a cool, studied, country blues-flavored tune with Cassandra Wilson exploiting the husky tones of her bottom range. Along the way, Marsalis throws in some solo piano music; some bluegrass — a dignified folk ballad and reel for fiddler Mark O'Connor; some fine swing violin from the then-88-year-old marvel Claude Williams; music for gospel choir and Shirley Caesar; and handkerchief-waving New Orleans street music (the traditional "Sing On"). There are brief atmospheric cues for big band: the moody "Eyes Around the Corner" is an obvious homage to Miles Davis and Gil Evans; "Morning Song" — with Karen Briggs on violin — could almost be an Ellington outtake with Ray Nance. Marsalis' house players from Lincoln Center also receive sporadic room to ruminate, as does Marsalis' own eloquent horn ("After the Dead," a lonely solo surrounded by a halo of reverb, is especially moving). It's good to hear Marsalis stretching himself all over the spectrum of music of the American South, and always from the point of view of a staunch, respectful traditionalist. ~ Richard S. Ginell, Rovi