All Roads Are Made of the Flesh

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All Music Guide - Peter Nappi
All Roads Are Made of the Flesh occupies an unusual place in the discography of producer Kip Hanrahan. Rather than being a unified musical statement, the album is a collection of pieces that didn't fit into other projects. Among the highlights are a Jelly Roll Morton cover featuring Jack Bruce vocals with New Orleans legends Allen Toussaint piano and Charles Neville tenor sax, as well as a luminous piano solo by Don Pullen and two versions of Hanrahan's signature tune "The First and Last to Love Me" one vocal, the other instrumental. All works on All Roads Are Made of the Flesh feature members of Hanrahan's fiercely loyal core group of musicians, providing the album with a ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Peter Nappi
All Roads Are Made of the Flesh occupies an unusual place in the discography of producer Kip Hanrahan. Rather than being a unified musical statement, the album is a collection of pieces that didn't fit into other projects. Among the highlights are a Jelly Roll Morton cover featuring Jack Bruce vocals with New Orleans legends Allen Toussaint piano and Charles Neville tenor sax, as well as a luminous piano solo by Don Pullen and two versions of Hanrahan's signature tune "The First and Last to Love Me" one vocal, the other instrumental. All works on All Roads Are Made of the Flesh feature members of Hanrahan's fiercely loyal core group of musicians, providing the album with a consistent sound and consistently fine playing. The album is a deeply satisfying introduction to the range, if not the depth, of Kip Hanrahan's work.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/5/2005
  • Label: American Clave
  • UPC: 753607102928
  • Catalog Number: 1029
  • Sales rank: 112,663

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Kip Hanrahan Primary Artist, Conductor
Jack Bruce Bass, Vocals
George Adams Tenor Saxophone
Chico Freeman Tenor Saxophone
Don Pullen Organ, Piano
Dino Saluzzi Bandoneon
Steve Swallow Bass
Giovanni Hidalgo Conga
Carmen Lundy Vocals
Charles Neville Tenor Saxophone
Milton Cardona Conga
Robby Ameen Drums
Chocolate Armenteros Trumpet
Ignacio Berroa Drums
Anthony Carrillo Conga
Richie Flores Conga
Renaud Garcia-Fons Bass
William Green Drums
J.T. Lewis Drums
Leo Nocentelli Guitar
Elysee Pyronneau Guitar
Wolfgang Puschnig Alto Saxophone
Michael Riessler Bass Clarinet
Allen Toussaint Piano
Alfredo Triff Violin
Charles Gonzalez Bass
Technical Credits
Kip Hanrahan Arranger, Director, Producer, Liner Notes
Greg Calbi Mastering
John Fausty Engineer
Lars Palsig Engineer
Max Federhofer Engineer
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