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Along with Terrace Martin, Gray Area also features Ronald Bruner Jr., Kamasi Washington, Maurice "Mobetta" Brown, Ben Wendel, Paul Cornish, and Joshua Crumbly. The album captured performances played in the JammJam, signature event of Jammcard Music which was originally just available on digital platforms.After a short introduction, the band performed a jazz cover of "For Free?" which Terrace wrote with Kendrick Lamar (the original is on Kendrick's "To Pimp a Butterfly", which Terrace co-wrote and produced). Kamasi Washington featured on two songs, "Juno" and "Stop Trippin'", both of which were nearly 20 minutes long heated jam sessions. The set is filled with some of the most exciting and powerful jazz music created in years. And Studio A of United Recording was literally packed with 300 audiences surrounding the performers.
Along with Terrace Martin, Gray Area also features Ronald Bruner Jr., Kamasi Washington, Maurice "Mobetta" Brown, Ben Wendel, Paul Cornish, and Joshua Crumbly. The album captured performances played in the JammJam, signature event of Jammcard Music which was originally just available on digital platforms.After a short introduction, the band performed a jazz cover of "For Free?" which Terrace wrote with Kendrick Lamar (the original is on Kendrick's "To Pimp a Butterfly", which Terrace co-wrote and produced). Kamasi Washington featured on two songs, "Juno" and "Stop Trippin'", both of which were nearly 20 minutes long heated jam sessions. The set is filled with some of the most exciting and powerful jazz music created in years. And Studio A of United Recording was literally packed with 300 audiences surrounding the performers.
4995879074046
Terrace Martin's  Gray Area - Live At The Jammjam

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Format: Vinyl
Label: P-VINE
Rel. Date: 06/21/2024
UPC: 4995879074046

Live At The Jammjam
Artist: Terrace Martin's Gray Area
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $60.98
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Along with Terrace Martin, Gray Area also features Ronald Bruner Jr., Kamasi Washington, Maurice "Mobetta" Brown, Ben Wendel, Paul Cornish, and Joshua Crumbly. The album captured performances played in the JammJam, signature event of Jammcard Music which was originally just available on digital platforms.After a short introduction, the band performed a jazz cover of "For Free?" which Terrace wrote with Kendrick Lamar (the original is on Kendrick's "To Pimp a Butterfly", which Terrace co-wrote and produced). Kamasi Washington featured on two songs, "Juno" and "Stop Trippin'", both of which were nearly 20 minutes long heated jam sessions. The set is filled with some of the most exciting and powerful jazz music created in years. And Studio A of United Recording was literally packed with 300 audiences surrounding the performers.
        
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