02 Chef E Dubble
03 Intentions ft. Chachi (Problem)
04 Funny How Time Flies ft. Robert Glasper
05 Mama D/Leimart Park
06 You and Me ft. Rose Gold
08 Up & Away
09 Wake Up
10 Your Space t. Wyann Vaughn
11 Feelings of the World ft. Rose Gold and Chachi (Problem)
12 Reprise of Us
13 Don’t Trip ft. Preston Harris
Lourd ! En plus ca va sortir en plein été c'est parfait
Yup idéal pour la saison.
Beeda : They gave my dawg a long sentence, he can't even read a book.
Pure sucrerie auditive !!! ça TUE !!!
Terrace Martin & The Pollyseeds - Intentions feat. Problem.mp3 - Omerta.is
Putain c'est quoi cette tuerie!!
Nasir : I want to be 5 again, so i can wish to be just like me when i grow up.
Terrace Martin Announces Group With Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper ...
Saxophonist Terrace Martin plays jazz, though even listeners who don't follow the genre closely have likely sampled his work. A producer on Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly, the L.A. artist also worked on "Loyalty," from Lamar's most recent LP, Damn. And over the course of his career, Martin has produced for Snoop Dogg, and worked with legendary improvisers from Billy Higgins to Herbie Hancock. After last year's Velvet Portraits, the saxist's jazz-fusion-oriented solo debut, Martin's Sounds of Crenshaw label is back with his latest collaborative group, the Pollyseeds.
Including vocalists like Rose Gold and Chachi (also known as the MC Problem), and star instrumentalists like Robert Glasper and Kamasi Washington, the Pollyseeds' upcoming debut – The Sounds of Crenshaw Vol. 1, out July 14th – builds on the summery vibes of Velvet Portraits, while adding new moods and textures to the mix. Rolling Stone spoke with an enthusiastic Martin over the phone about his goals for the group, and how he sees jazz's current West Coast movement linking up with other traditions.
What's behind the name of this new group, the Pollyseeds?
I said to myself: "What represents unity? What represents peace?" I love the Seventies, because the Seventies was when it was about making love, and smoking weed, doing LSD and lots of other cool shit. And also: "What represents California?" And even more than that, "What represents where I come from, the Crenshaw district of South Central Los Angeles?" And I thought about flowers, because of the Seventies. And flowers brought peace. Everybody loves flowers! Then I thought about sunflowers – just the sun, out in California – and I thought of polly seeds, because that's just what we eat in the hood. That's a hood delicacy. A polly seed is like a motherfucking ... the most expensive shrimps, whatever, in France? It's a polly seed in the hood.
I don't care what you are. If you're from the hood, you probably eat polly seeds. So I was trying to think of something that would bring all of us together, but still keep it hood. … We are all together, We are all one one body – like Voltron. That's the whole concept of the Pollyseeds right there. It's like love, sisterhood, brotherhood, togetherness – like we don't discriminate on anything. If you know how to love, you a Pollyseed. Like, you probably a Pollyseed! Everybody can be a Pollyseed. This album is not ours. It's [for] everybody pushing the peace line, that's pushing love....
je ne connais pas Kamasi Washington mais Robert Glasper j'aime beaucoup et je suis pressé de voir ce que ça peut donner avec T. Martin
c'est un saxophoniste de LA, assez hh, c'est obligé que tu l'ai déja entendu sans le savoir avec Thundercat, Kendrick Lamar, Terrace Martin...ect mais il est pas toujours crédité en featuring mais dans les crédits comme zikos. il a sortis un album fleuve de 3heures sorte de Jazz Fusion musique Classique en 2015 "The Epic" et sort un truc programmé pour cette été dont le 1er single est franchement sublime si tant est que tu sois attiré un minimum par le jazz. moi c'est le contraire c'est Robert Glasper que je connais pas bien méme si son nom m'est familier
sinon trés bonne nouvelle, bon single
un de mes sons préférés tout genre confondus sortis l'année derniére
The Pollyseeds - Up & Away
Produced by Terrace Martin
Korg Kronos, Mini Moog, Prophet Synthesizer, Vocoder: Terrace Martin,
Drum Programming: Trevor Lawrence,
Guitar: Marlon Williams,
Baritone Sax: Adam Turchin
Rose Gold: Additional Vocals
moins terrassé (héhé...) d'emblée qu'avec le premier extrait mais bien quand même