The Verve Music Group is excited to release Impulsive! Revolutionary Jazz Reworked, a new remix project that will hit stores October 25th.
Impulsive! is a collection of reworked songs from the esteemed catalog of Impulse! Records, the legendary Jazz label. Mining on generation of experimental and visionary DJs/Producers, Impulsive! re-imagines legendary jazz tracks from composers like Charles Mingus, Dizzy Gillespie, Pharoah Sanders, Yusef Lateef and more.
The music of Impulse! was a crucial component to the development of Jazz music in the '60s and '70s, allowing its artistes a home to work out their most creative ideas, and the spirit continues today with Impulsive!.
01. George Russell * "A Helluva Town" * SA-RA "Go" Remix
02. Charles Mingus * "II B.S." * RZA's Mingus Bounce Mix
03. Chino Hamiltonn * "El Toro" * Mark De Culve-Lowe Remix
04. Gabor Szabo * "Mizrab" * Prefuse 73 Remix
05. Dizzy Gillespie * "Swing Low, Sweet Cadillac" * Gerardo Frisina Remix
06. Chico O'Farrill & Clark Terry * "Spanish Rice" * DJ Dolores Remix
07. Archie Shepp * "Attica Blues" * The Chief Xcel (of Blackalicious) Remix
08. Pharaoh Sanders * "Astral Traveling" * Boozoo Bajou Remix
09. Yusef Lateef * "Bamboo Flute Blues" * Kid Koala Remix
10. Oliver Nelson * "Stolen Moments" * Telefon Tel-Aviv Remix
11. John Coltrane * "At Night" * A Poem featuring Ravi Coltrane w/ Julie Patton
Check out a sneak peek of what Impulsive! has to offer with audio streams of "A Helluva Town," "II B.S.," "Spanish Rice" and "Astral Traveling"
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