From the Soul

From the Soul is a 1992 jazz album by saxophonist and composer Joe Lovano, generally regarded as being his masterpiece so far. It was recorded with a studio band rather than Lovano's working group; it is notable for his only encounter with Michel Petrucciani (who plays in a more abstract, Paul Bleyish style than was usual with him), and for being one of Ed Blackwell's final recordings.

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From the Soul
Studio album by
Recorded28 December 1991
LabelBlue Note
ProducerJoe Lovano
Joe Lovano chronology
Sounds of Joy
From the Soul
Universal Language

Track listing

All compositions by Joe Lovano except as indicated
  1. "Evolution" 8:59
  2. "Portrait of Jennie" (Gordon Burdge, J. Russel Robinson) 7:56
  3. "Lines & Spaces" 6:20
  4. "Body and Soul" (Frank Eyton, Johnny Green, Edward Heyman, Robert Sour) 7:27
  5. "Modern Man" 5:23
  6. "Fort Worth" 6:29
  7. "Central Park West" (John Coltrane) 6:00
  8. "Work" (Thelonious Monk) 5:44
  9. "Left Behind" (Judi Silverman) 3:13
  10. "His Dreams" 5:45

(Recorded December 28, 1991 at Skyline Studio, New York City.)



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