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The Paul Carlon Octet - Roots Propaganda Album

The Paul Carlon Octet - Roots Propaganda Album
Roots Propaganda
The Paul Carlon Octet
Latin Jazz
DT 004
MP3 album size:
1452 mb
FLAC album size:
2198 mb
Deep Tone Records


1Mambo Pa' Kanoa3:18
2New Life6:56
3Nobody Knows When You're Down And Out4:00
4Hard Times Killin' Floor Blues5:09
5Roots Propaganda2:47
8The Limiter8:02
9The Most Beautiful Thing6:40
10Canto De Xangô5:28
11Morô Omim Má4:52


  • Engineer [Assistant]Zeca Leme


Released in a digipak.


  • Barcode: 606041354425


Roots Propaganda. Your Rating. Overview . Album 2008 12 Songs. The Paul Carlon Octet. World Paul Carlon Octet. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out, 04:00. Roots Propaganda, 02:47. Hard Times Killin' Floor Blues, 05:09. The Most Beautiful Thing. Jan 01, 2008. Roots Propaganda is a latin jazz music album recording by PAUL CARLON released in 2008 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. PAUL CARLON - Roots Propaganda. Jazz music community with review and forums. 0 rating 0 review. Album 2008. Filed under Latin Jazz By PAUL CARLON. Other Tongues. Paul Carlon offers some rhythmic agitprop for a rootless world. Roots music through a jazz lens is how New York scenester Paul Carlon sums up this record. Our writers undertake a track-by-track analysis of the most celebrated album of the 1990s: Nirvana's Nevermind. From the surprise hit that brought grunge to the masses, to the hidden cacophonous noise-fest that may not even be on your copy of the record, it's all here. PopMatters Staff. 30 Jun 2020. Deeper Graves Arrives via 'Open Roads' album stream. Paul Carlon Octet Performer Format: Audio CD. 0 out of 5 stars 1 rating. Jazz saxophonist and composer Paul Carlon and his Octet imagine just such a musical scenario on their second album, Roots Propaganda Deep Tone Records. The ensemble returns to the roots of classic jazz and to the Afro-Latin roots that have sent Carlon on a spiritual journey of sound around Latin America. The album features some of NYC's finest young jazz and latin jazz musicians, as well as several special guests. Carlon continues, That was the idea behind Roots Propaganda. We need some propaganda for this kind of music. Carlon even simmers two blues into his meaty Afro-Cuban stew. The trombone brightly leads an instrumental cakewalk through Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out that burns with true Afro-Cuban spirit, with music that's sometimes a little wobbly and blue but always full of energy and promise too. As the title track dies down, its embers erupt with fiery tongues of Latin brass into the Hard Times Killin' Floor Blues, an exquisite genre-melting segue that genuinely captures the authentic Latin, jazz, and Latin jazz spirits of Carlon's Roots Propagan