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Kurt Elling


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Kurt Elling's The Gate is his most provocative recording to date. Produced by the Grammy-winning Don Was, this nine-track set features the vocalist and lyricist in the company of longtime pianist Laurence Hobgood, saxophonist Bob Mintzer, guitarist John McLean, bassist John Patitucci, and drummers Terreon Gulley and Kobie Watkins, with Lenny Castro on percussion. The material ranges from jazz classics such as Miles Davis' "Blue in Green" and Herbie Hancock's "Come Running to Me," to highly individualized readings of the Beatles' "Norwegian Wood," King Crimson's "Matte Kudasai," Joe Jackson's "Steppin' Out," and Stevie Wonder's "Golden Lady," to the original "Samurai Cowboy," co-written with Marc Johnson.

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Concord Jazz / Universal Music

Gate track listing

  1. Disc 1

    1. Matte Kudasai (4:19)
    2. Steppin' Out (5:48)
    3. Come Running to Me (6:60)
    4. Norwegian Wood (6:39)
    5. Blue in Green (7:48)
    6. Samurai Cowboy (3:24)
    7. After the Love Is Gone (6:51)
    8. Golden Lady (6:47)
    9. Nighttown, Lady Bright (9:00)

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