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Weldon Irvine - Amadou Project - Price of Freedom album mp3

Weldon Irvine - Amadou Project - Price of Freedom album mp3

Performer: Weldon Irvine
Title: Amadou Project - Price of Freedom
Released: 1999
Style: Conscious, Jazz-Funk, Gangsta
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Weldon Jonathan Irvine Jr. (October 27, 1943 – April 9, 2002), also known as Master Wel, was an American composer, playwright, poet, pianist, organist, and keyboardist. In 1999, Irvine contributed on Mos Def's debut solo album Black On Both Sides. Irvine's last major project was The Price of Freedom (1999), a compilation of original songs by hip-hop, jazz, funk, and R&B artists to respond to the shooting of Amadou Diallo. In 2000, Irvine provided the vocal introductions to tracks on the first CD. of the album by UK Drum & Bass producer Big Bud. He co-wrote and performed vocals and played the Fender Rhodes on the first track entitled Return of Spiritman. He also played the Fender Rhodes on closing track Persian Blues.

In 1999, Irvine contributed on Mos Def's debut solo album Black On Both Sides.

Posts About Weldon Irvine. a ", performed live for the first time by Simone on the album

on The Amadou Project: The Price of Freedom. Weldon Irvine & The Poets The Amadou Project (full album).

Irvine's last major project was The Price of Freedom (1999), a compilation of original songs by hip-hop, jazz, funk, and R&B artists to respond to the shooting of Amadou Diallo. Irvine committed suicide outside of EAB Plaza and in front of the Nassau Coliseum located in Uniondale, New York on April 9, 2002. The location was chosen because it was the offices of his record company who were in part responsible for his desperate financial situation through refusing to pay him an advance. In 2004, Madlib produced a tribute to Weldon Irvine, A Tribute to Brother Weldon.

Spirit Man is a 1975 album by jazz keyboardist, Weldon Irvine. Eschewing vocals altogether, it's Weldon Irvine's most balanced and complete recording, deftly combining massive funk grooves with ingenious electronic elements.

The Price of Freedom: The Amadou Project.

Tracklist

1 Rich Medina, Rha Goddess, Don Blackman, Carla Cook, Weldon Irvine, Kadiadou Diallo Amadou
2 Mos Def, Talib Kweli Hip Hop Speaks
3 Black Star, Q-Tip Make It All Better
4 Master Wel, Mr. Live, Mums The Schemer, Don Blackman, Danny Walsh Prankster Gangster (Re-Mix)
5 Reverend Woodson Hopewell Prayer For Peace
6 James Mtume, Judge Bob Pickett, Charles W. Etheridge, Weldon Irvine A Plan Don't Get Up
7 Future Heads No Laughing Matter
8 Punchanello, Master Wel, Carla Cook, Dean Brown, David Lee Jones Break Bread
9 Don Blackman Hollow Points
10 James Mtume, Weldon Irvine Beyond Belief
11 Weldon Irvine Said & Done
12 Weldon Irvine, Carla Cook Pleasure-Pain-And Me
13 Rha Goddess Unify
14 Joselyn Mirabal Love Supreme
15 Weldon Irvine, Don Blackman Blues For Amadou
16 Weldon Irvine, Mums The Schemer My DNA's OK
17 Master Wel Descended From Kings
18 Sister Nzinga Motha Goddess
19 Soul Kid Click You & I-Verse
20 Weldon Irvine Destiny's Finger
21 Tree Black Mail
22 Mums The Schemer Sun Drops
23 Ngoma Tears For Amadou
24 Don Blackman Amadou's Journey

Notes

Dedicated to the memory of Amadou Diallo and victims of police brutality everywhere

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • ASIN: B00004TINM


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