Courtney Pine - Back In The Day


No one better embodies the dramatic transformation in the British Jazz scene over the past twenty years than Courtney Pine. The saxophonist heads a new generation of exciting and innovative musicians who have chosen to turn their talents to the demanding requirements of jazz music, in all its shapes and forms.

"Back In The Day" was released in September 2000 with stunning vocal contributions from Beverley Knight, Lynden David Hall and Kele Le Roc. Again media attention was high and Courtney delivered - with widespread critical acclaim, more award nominations and radio support for the album and chosen singles.

01 Intro Search
02 Jazz Step
03 Hard Times
04 Brother Man
05 Keel It Real
06 Interlude: Straight Ahead Hip Hop
07 Lady Day & John Coltrane
08 My Father's Playes
09 Yeah Yeah
10 Interlude: Quartet No.1
11 Inter State Of Mind
12 Power To The People
13 Love & Affection
14 Third Man
15 Meditate: Outro

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