Waterloo Records

Vocalist, composer, and SiriusXM's Real Jazz host Andromeda Turre's new album From The Earth is an immersive four-part jazz suite, rooted in environmental justice. Presented as four concertos, each segment of the From The Earth suite is connected to a North American community affected by climate change, and is sonically reflective of their respective biosopheres. Enriched by recorded interviews with leaders of these communities that are also affected by the remnants of systems such as redlining and colonization, this poignant and creative contemporary jazz suite is an arresting call to action, and continues the long-standing tradition of using jazz as a tool for activism.
Vocalist, composer, and SiriusXM's Real Jazz host Andromeda Turre's new album From The Earth is an immersive four-part jazz suite, rooted in environmental justice. Presented as four concertos, each segment of the From The Earth suite is connected to a North American community affected by climate change, and is sonically reflective of their respective biosopheres. Enriched by recorded interviews with leaders of these communities that are also affected by the remnants of systems such as redlining and colonization, this poignant and creative contemporary jazz suite is an arresting call to action, and continues the long-standing tradition of using jazz as a tool for activism.
198342859971
From The Earth [Digipak]
Artist: Andromeda Turre
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Ingression Interlude
2. Geosphere
3. Grandmother's Permission
4. Earth Waltz
5. Atmosphere
6. Ms. Margaret's Lament
7. Finger on the Trigger
8. Hydrosphere
9. Sin Agua No Hay Vida
10. Contigo
11. Cryosphere
12. Oracle Interlude
13. Amulena
14. Critical Mass

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Vocalist, composer, and SiriusXM's Real Jazz host Andromeda Turre's new album From The Earth is an immersive four-part jazz suite, rooted in environmental justice. Presented as four concertos, each segment of the From The Earth suite is connected to a North American community affected by climate change, and is sonically reflective of their respective biosopheres. Enriched by recorded interviews with leaders of these communities that are also affected by the remnants of systems such as redlining and colonization, this poignant and creative contemporary jazz suite is an arresting call to action, and continues the long-standing tradition of using jazz as a tool for activism.
        
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