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  • Kamasi Washington - Street Fighter Mas

    6:16

    ‘Street Fighter Mas’, a single from Kamasi Washington's sophomore album Heaven and Earth.

    Heaven and Earth will be available on June 22, 2018 on Young Turks.

    Written & Directed by AG Rojas
    Executive Produced by Dinah Rodriguez & Jackie Kelman Bisbee
    Line Produced by Jeremy Hartman
    Cinematography by Rina Yang
    Production Design by Kyle Davio
    Edited by Zaldy Lopez
    Kamasi Washington’s Wardrobe Designed by Alice + Louise Clothing
    Costumes Designed by Tatiana Valentin
    Color Grading By Gregory Reeese
    Visual Effect By A52
    1st AD By Robert Thoren
    Gaffer and Key Grip Scott Khuu & Chris Bauer
    Hair and Make-Up by Liana Mizradeh
    Very Special Thanks to Banch Abegaze & Alex Fisch

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  • Kamasi Washington - Clair de Lune

    11:08

    Taken from 'The Epic', released 4th May 2015 on Brainfeeder.

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    Composed by Claude Debussy. Arranged and Produced by Kamasi Washington. Engineered by Tony Austin and Chris Constable. Mixed by Benjamin Tierney. Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Marcussen Mastering. Recorded at King Size Sound Labs.

    Kamasi Washington - Tenor Saxophone
    Ryan Porter - Trombone
    Cameron Graves - Piano
    Brandon Coleman - Organ
    Miles Mosley - Acoustic Bass
    Tony Austin- Drums
    Neel Hammond - Violin
    Tylana Renga Enomoto - Violin
    Paul Cartwright - Violin
    Jennifer Simone - Violin
    Lucia Micarelli - Violin
    Molly Rodgers - Viola
    Andrea Whitt - Viola
    Artyom Manukyan - Cello
    Ginger Murphy - Cello
    Dawn Norfleet - Choir Vocal
    Thalma de Freitas - Choir Vocal
    Maiya Sykes - Choir Vocal
    Gina Manziello - Choir Vocal
    Patrice Quinn - Choir Vocal
    Natasha F Agrama - Choir Vocal
    Dwight Trible - Choir Vocal
    Steven Wayne - Choir Vocal
    Taylor Graves - Choir Vocal
    Charles Jones - Choir Vocal
    Jason Morales - Choir Vocal
    Dexter Story - Choir Vocal
    Cameron Graves - Choir Vocal
    Tracy Carter - Choir Vocal

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  • Kamasi Washington - Full Performance

    27:58

    presents Kamasi Washington performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded December 2, 2016.

    Songs:
    Re Run
    The Rhythm Changes

    Host: Larry Rose
    Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs & Benjamin Adamson
    Audio Mixing: Matt Ogaz
    Cameras: Alaia D'Alessandro, Luke Knecht & Aron Roberts
    Editor: Alaia D'Alessandro


  • Kamasi Washington Hub-Tones

    9:08

    ‘Hub-Tones’, taken from Kamasi Washington's sophomore album Heaven and Earth. Heaven and Earth is available on Young Turks.

    Directed by Jenn Nkiru.

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    Director: Jenn Nkiru

    Executive Producer: Emily Rudge

    Production Co: Iconoclast


    HUB-TONES by FREDDIE HUBBARD published by HUBTONES MUSIC CO. (BMI)

    Pan-African Flag For The Relic Traveller courtesy of Larry Achiampong.

    Production Company: Iconoclast
    Director Jenn Nkiru
    Executive Producer Emily Rudge
    Producer: Lana Salfiti
    Production Manager: Polly Hartley
    Production Coordinator: Natalie Uglow
    Location Manager: Paul Davies
    1st Assistant Director: Ed Bellamy
    Runner: Jim Penfold
    Runner: Morgan Kemeys
    Runner Mahta Hassanzadeh
    Runner: Louisa Rechenbach
    DOP: Benoit Soler
    Steadicam Op: Richard Lewis
    Focus Puller: Michael Hannides
    2 nd AC: Cameron Axsel
    Camera Trainee Eva Klein
    Grip: Pete Muncey
    2nd Grip: Jay Matthews
    Crane OP: Aaron Douglas
    Video Playback: Nat Valente
    DIT: Jay Patel
    Sound: Nigel Albermaniche
    Gaffer: Paul Allen
    Production Designer: Nathan Parker
    Art Director: Jenny Wells
    Prop Man: Max lincoln
    Art Department Runner Dave Stocks
    Art dept Rigger: Steve Daly
    Costume Designer (Womens): Feben Vebemmey
    Make Up Artist: Grace Marie Ellington
    Hair Stylist: Charlotte Mensah
    Choreographer: Ivan Blackstock
    Cast: Summer Pearl
    Cast: Myriam Sow
    Cast: Nadia Adu Gyamei
    Editor: Kit Wells
    VFX Sarah Crux
    VFX Company: Electric Theatre Company
    Colourist Tim Smith
    Grading Company Electric Theatre Company
    Label: Young Turks
    Label: XL Recordings

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  • NPR Presents - Kamasi Washingtons The Epic in Concert

    2:1:41

    Saxophonist and composer Kamasi Washington, 35, has been working on releasing his now three-CD, nearly three-hour, choir-and-strings-assisted album The Epic for the better part of five years now. Even longer, if you consider how long his 10-piece working band has known each other: Most of its members, known collectively as The Next Step or The West Coast Get Down, have known each other since at least high school decades ago in South Central Los Angeles, and in some instances well before that. Even as their diverse careers have made it difficult to focus exclusively on this band — Washington is, for instance, the saxophone player heard on the new Flying Lotus and Kendrick Lamar albums — they've all continually committed to experimenting with a brand of jazz that resonates with their own generation's lived experience.

    Jazz Night In America features Kamasi Washington and the music of The Epic at its release party, and in its full glory. From the Regent Theater in Downtown L.A., Washington presents his new album with his working band, a choir, a string section and plenty of special guests.

    SETLIST
    5:45 - Askim
    27:25 - Change of the Guard
    47:00 - Leroy and Lanisha
    1:02:01 - Henrietta Our Hero
    1:15:10 - Re Run
    1:44:00 - The Message

    MUSICIANS
    Kamasi Washington, Tony Austin, Ronald Bruner, Stephen Bruner, Brandon Coleman, Cameron Graves, Miles Mosley, Ryan Porter, Patrice Quinn, Battlecat, Munyungo Jackson, The Gaslamp Killer, Terrace Martin, Leon Mobley, Ras G, Dwight Trible, Rickey Washington, Dontae Winslow, Miguel Atwood:Ferguson, Paul Cartwright, Yvette Devereauz, Atryom Manukyan, Ginger Murphy, Tylana Renga, Molly Rogers, Jim Simone, Andrea Witt, Nia Andrews, Trenyce Cobbins, Thalma de Freitas, Taylor Graves, Charles Jones, Dawn Norsleet, Steven Wayne, Mashica Winslow

    CREDITS
    Producers: Alex Ariff, Patrick Jarenwattananon, Nick Michael, Suraya Mohamed, Simon Rentner, Katie Simon / Editors: Nick Michael, Morgan McCloy / Videographers: Morgan McCloy, Nick Michael, Benjamin B. Morris, Doriane Raiman / Event Producer and Promoter: Andrew Lojero, ArtDontSleep / Assistant Producer: Colin Marshall / Asst. Videographer: Aaron Ashby / Lighting Director: Jerome Cushing / Audio Mixing and Mastering: Daddy Kev, Cosmic Zoo / House Audio Engineers: Nic Monaco, Kyle Berzle / Additional Audio: Alex Ariff / Supervising Sound Editor: Suraya Mohamed / Special Thanks: The Regent Theater, Atom Factory, Banch Abegaze, Many Giangardella, Mitchell Frank, Liz Garo, Jasper Kuo / Executive Producer: Anya Grundmann

  • Jazz king Kamasi Washington performs Fists of Fury on Later... with Jools

    4:15

    Kamasi Washington performs Fists of Fury on Later… with Jools Holland on BBC Two (5 June 2018).

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  • Kamasi Washington - Truth

    13:10

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    Kamasi Washington performs Truth live in Studio A. Recorded 11/21/17.

    Host: Rita Houston
    Audio: Ben Adamson and Chris Russo
    Cameras: Mary Munshower, Jim O'Hara, Nora Doyle, Kayee Kurkierewicz, and Jake Lee
    Editor: Mary Munshower

  • Kamasi Washington – Street Fighter Mas - Live At The Apollo Theater

    5:45

    From the feature-length concert documentary ‘Kamasi Washington Live At The Apollo Theater’, available now on Amazon Prime Video:

    Directed by Michael Garber

    Tenor saxophonist, composer and producer Kamasi Washington and his band perform a special show at Harlem’s legendary Apollo Theater for the theater's 85th year anniversary. Washington explores Harlem's rich musical and cultural history and the city's influence on his generation of artists.

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  • Kamasi Washington - Cherokee

    8:15

    Taken from 'The Epic', released 4th May 2015 on Brainfeeder.

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    Composed by Ray Noble. Arranged and Produced by Kamasi Washington. Engineered by Brian Rosemeyer. Mixed by Benjamin Tierney. Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Marcussen Mastering. Recorded at King Size Sound Labs.

    Kamasi Washington - Tenor Saxophone
    Ryan Porter - Trombone
    Brandon Coleman - Keyboards, Organ
    Miles Mosley - Electric Bass
    Robert Miller - Drums
    Patrice Quinn - Vocals

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  • Truth

    13:31

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    Truth · Kamasi Washington

    Truth

    ℗ 2017 Dom Chi No LLC. under exclusive license to Young Turks Recordings Ltd

    Released on: 2017-04-13

    Music Publisher: Big Deal Music
    Composer: Kamasi Washington

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  • Perspective

    3:25

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    Perspective · Kamasi Washington

    Harmony of Difference

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    Released on: 2017-09-29

    Music Publisher: Big Deal Music
    Composer: Kamasi Washington

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  • The Secret of Jinsinson

    8:08

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    The Secret of Jinsinson · Kamasi Washington

    The Choice

    ℗ 2018 Shoto Mas Inc. under exclusive license to Young Turks Recordings

    Released on: 2018-06-21

    Music Publisher: Big Deal Music
    Composer: Kamasi Washington

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  • Knowledge

    3:52

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    Knowledge · Kamasi Washington

    Harmony of Difference

    ℗ 2017 Dom Chi No LLC. under exclusive license to Young Turks Recordings Ltd

    Released on: 2017-09-29

    Music Publisher: Big Deal Music
    Composer: Kamasi Washington

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  • Kamasi Washington - The Rhythm Changes

    9:51

    presents Kamasi Washington performing The Rhythm Changes live in the KEXP studio. Recorded December 2, 2016.

    Host: Larry Rose
    Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs & Benjamin Adamson
    Audio Mixing: Matt Ogaz
    Cameras: Alaia D'Alessandro, Luke Knecht & Aron Roberts
    Editor: Alaia D'Alessandro


  • Desire

    4:37

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    Desire · Kamasi Washington

    Harmony of Difference

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    Released on: 2017-09-29

    Music Publisher: Big Deal Music
    Composer: Kamasi Washington

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  • Kamasi Washington Boiler Room London Live Performance

    1:40:52

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  • Mountain Stage - Kamasi Washington - Final Thought @Pickathon

    9:18

    Mountain Series - Season 2 - Episode 1

    Inhabitat presents an epic performance by Kamasi Washington in this episode of the Pickathon Mountain Series.

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    Filmed on the Mountain Stage at Pickathon ( July 31, 2015.

    Artist: Kamasi Washington
    Song: Final Thought
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    Producer: Ryan Stiles
    Executive Producer: Zale Schoenborn
    Associate Producer: Terry Groves, John MacArthur
    Assistant Producer: Stephanie Manzo
    Line Producer: Seth Chandler
    Production Manager: Alisha Flaumenbaum, Josh Madera
    Associate Distribution Producer: Ned Failing, David Glick, Vanessa Pham
    Legal: Vincent Sliwoski, Harris Moure, PLLC
    Director: Kellen Harrel
    Stage Manager: William Thoma
    Editor: Stephanie Manzo
    Camera Crew: Julian Ansell, Sophia Catherica, Kara DiFrancisco, Heidi Liedke, Jon Losey, Nic Miles, Takeshi Okuno, Kelli Pennington, Naomi Reichman, Jennifer Sowell, Dave Talton, Jr., Colin Tisdale
    Festival Lighting Director: Daniel Meeker
    Stage Lighting Director: Steve Harper, Daniel Meeker
    Live Audio Engineer: Sam Curtis
    Monitor Engineer: Joe Zavaglia
    Broadcast Mix/Recording Engineer: Pat Kearns
    Mix Engineer: Jason Powers
    Intro Sound Design: Josh Derry

    Cover Photo by Todd Cooper

  • Kamasi Washington performing Street Fighter Mas live on KCRW

    7:36

    Kamasi Washington performed music behind his highly anticipated sophomore album Heaven and Earth (out June 22) for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic. Kamasi and his 8-piece band dazzled with this incredible version of Street Fighter Mas.

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  • Kamasi Washington - Re Run Home

    14:07

    Taken from 'The Epic', released 4th May 2015 on Brainfeeder.

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    'Re Run Home'
    Composed, Arranged and Produced by Kamasi Washington. Copyright Control. Recorded at King Size Sound Labs. Engineered by Tony Austin. Mixed by Benjamin Tierney. Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Marcussen Mastering.

    Kamasi Washington - Tenor Saxophone
    Ryan Porter - Trombone
    Igmar Thomas - Trumpet
    Cameron Graves - Piano
    Brandon Coleman - Keyboards
    Miles Mosley - Acoustic Bass
    Stephen Bruner - Electric Bass
    Tony Austin - Drums (Right Side)
    Ronald Bruner - Drums (Left Side)
    Leon Mobley - Percussion

  • Kamasi Washington - The Rhythm Changes

    7:46

    Taken from 'The Epic', released 4th May 2015 on Brainfeeder.

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    Composed, Arranged and Produced by Kamasi Washington. Lyrics by Kamasi Washington and Patrice Quinn. Engineered by Tony Austin and Chris Constable. Mixed by Benjamin Tierney. Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Marcussen Mastering. Recorded at King Size Sound Labs.

    Kamasi Washington - Tenor Saxophone
    Ryan Porter - Trombone
    Igmar Thomas - Trumpet
    Cameron Graves - Piano
    Brandon Coleman - Keyboards
    Miles Mosley - Acoustic Bass
    Stephen Bruner - Electric Bass
    Tony Austin - Drums
    Ronald Bruner - Drums
    Patrice Quinn - Lead Vocal
    Neel Hammond - Violin
    Tylana Renga Enomoto - Violin
    Paul Cartwright - Violin
    Jennifer Simone - Violin
    Lucia Micarelli - Violin
    Molly Rodgers - Viola
    Andrea Whitt - Viola
    Artyom Manukyan - Cello
    Ginger Murphy - Cello
    Dawn Norfleet - Choir Vocal
    Thalma de Freitas - Choir Vocal
    Maiya Sykes - Choir Vocal
    Gina Manziello - Choir Vocal
    Patrice Quinn - Choir Vocal
    Natasha F Agrama - Choir Vocal
    Dwight Trible - Choir Vocal
    Steven Wayne - Choir Vocal
    Taylor Graves - Choir Vocal
    Charles Jones - Choir Vocal
    Jason Morales - Choir Vocal
    Dexter Story - Choir Vocal
    Cameron Graves - Choir Vocal
    Tracy Carter - Choir Vocal

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  • Kamasi Washington - The Epic ALBUM REVIEW

    18:31

    Listen:

    Running just short of three hours in length, this new Kamasi Washington album lives up to its name.

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    FAV TRACKS: FINAL THOUGHT, THE NEXT STEP, THE RHYTHM CHANGES, MISS UNDERSTANDING, LEROY AND LANISHA, RE RUN, SEVEN PRAYERS, HENRIETTA OUR HERO, THE MAGNIFICENT 7, CLAIR DE LUNE, MALCOM'S THEME

    LEAST FAV TRACK: ISABELLE

    KAMASI WASHINGTON - THE EPIC / BRAINFEEDER RECORDS / 2015 / POST-BOP, JAZZ FUSION, SPIRITUAL JAZZ, SOUL JAZZ

    9/10

    Y'all know this is just my opinion, right? What did you think of this album? Love it? Hate it? Why? What should I review next, eh?

  • KAMASI WASHINGTON & MILES MOSLEY - MK 1

    5:06

    Kamasi Washington (saxophone) and Miles Mosley (bass) improvise a tune live in Cosmic Zoo studios before having a long conversation with Intuition on the Kinda Neat podcast.

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    This week we sat down with saxophonist, composer, and jazz aficionado Kamasi Washington. His latest record The Epic (released on Brainfeeder) is a 3 hour dreamscape journey through the mind of a master craftsman. The Los Angeles jazz scene seemingly revolves around a large group of friends who’ve been playing music together since childhood (when I asked Kamasi how long he’d known Thundercat his response was “Since he was in his mom’s belly). Their names–Kamasi, Terrace, Thundercat, Ronald, Miles, Ambrose, etc–have recently been coming to the forefront because so many of them worked on Kendrick‘s To Pimp A Butterfly record but, make no mistake, they’ve all been honing their craft in a vibrant LA scene for years. Hear us talk about how he almost ended up as a physicist instead of a musician, how playing hip hop live changed his thoughts on how to play jazz, and how the saxophone chose him and not the other way around.

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  • Kamasi Washington - Change of the Guard

    12:17

    Taken from 'The Epic', released 4th May 2015 on Brainfeeder.

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    Composed, Arranged, and Produced by Kamasi Washington. Engineered by Tony Austin and Chris Constable. Mixed by Benjamin Tierney. Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Marcussen Mastering. Recorded at King Size Sound Labs.

    Kamasi Washington - Tenor Saxophone
    Ryan Porter - Trombone
    Igmar Thomas - Trumpet
    Cameron Graves - Piano
    Brandon Coleman - Keyboards
    Miles Mosley - Acoustic Bass
    Stephen Bruner - Electric Bass
    Tony Austin - Drums
    Neel Hammond - Violin
    Tylana Renga Enomoto - Violin
    Paul Cartwright - Violin
    Jennifer Simone - Violin
    Lucia Micarelli - Violin
    Molly Rodgers - Viola
    Andrea Whitt - Viola
    Artyom Manukyan - Cello
    Ginger Murphy - Cello
    Dawn Norfleet - Choir Vocal
    Thalma de Freitas - Choir Vocal
    Maiya Sykes - Choir Vocal
    Gina Manziello - Choir Vocal
    Patrice Quinn - Choir Vocal
    Natasha F Agrama - Choir Vocal
    Dwight Trible - Choir Vocal
    Steven Wayne - Choir Vocal
    Taylor Graves - Choir Vocal
    Charles Jones - Choir Vocal
    Jason Morales - Choir Vocal
    Dexter Story - Choir Vocal
    Cameron Graves - Choir Vocal
    Tracy Carter - Choir Vocal

  • Meet Kamasi Washington, the Sax Genius Who Helped Kendrick Lamar Craft To Pimp a Butterfly

    4:20

    Rising cosmic saxophone explorer Kamasi Washington is the most exciting new figure in jazz in decades. Here, he breaks down his work on Kendrick Lamar's opus and talks about making his own breakthrough album, The Epic--all while playing a ferocious trio version of his composition Final Thought


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  • Kamasi Washington - Change of the Guard | Jazz Night in America

    22:01

    Watch the full concert here:

    Saxophonist and composer Kamasi Washington, 34, has been working on releasing his now three-CD, nearly three-hour, choir-and-strings-assisted album The Epic for the better part of five years now. Even longer, if you consider how long his 10-piece working band has known each other: Most of its members, known collectively as The Next Step or The West Coast Get Down, have known each other since at least high school decades ago in South Central Los Angeles, and in some instances well before that. Even as their diverse careers have made it difficult to focus exclusively on this band — Washington is, for instance, the saxophone player heard on the new Flying Lotus and Kendrick Lamar albums — they've all continually committed to experimenting with a brand of jazz that resonates with their own generation's lived experience.

    Jazz Night In America features Kamasi Washington and the music of The Epic at its release party, and in its full glory. From the Regent Theater in Downtown L.A., Washington presents his new album with his working band, a choir, a string section and plenty of special guests.

    SETLIST
    3:50 - Change of the Guard


    MUSICIANS
    Kamasi Washington, Tony Austin, Ronald Bruner, Stephen Bruner, Brandon Coleman, Cameron Graves, Miles Mosley, Ryan Porter, Patrice Quinn, Battlecat, Munyungo Jackson, The Gaslamp Killer, Terrace Martin, Leon Mobley, Ras G, Dwight Trible, Rickey Washington, Dontae Winslow, Miguel Atwood:Ferguson, Paul Cartwright, Yvette Devereauz, Atryom Manukyan, Ginger Murphy, Tylana Renga, Molly Rogers, Jim Simone, Andrea Witt, Nia Andrews, Trenyce Cobbins, Thalma de Freitas, Taylor Graves, Charles Jones, Dawn Norsleet, Steven Wayne, Mashica Winslow

    CREDITS
    Producers: Alex Ariff, Patrick Jarenwattananon, Nick Michael, Suraya Mohamed, Simon Rentner, Katie Simon / Editors: Nick Michael, Morgan McCloy / Videographers: Morgan McCloy, Nick Michael, Benjamin B. Morris, Doriane Raiman / Event Producer and Promoter: Andrew Lojero, ArtDontSleep / Assistant Producer: Colin Marshall / Asst. Videographer: Aaron Ashby / Lighting Director: Jerome Cushing / Audio Mixing and Mastering: Daddy Kev, Cosmic Zoo / House Audio Engineers: Nic Monaco, Kyle Berzle / Additional Audio: Alex Ariff / Supervising Sound Editor: Suraya Mohamed / Special Thanks: The Regent Theater, Atom Factory, Banch Abegaze, Many Giangardella, Mitchell Frank, Liz Garo, Jasper Kuo / Executive Producer: Anya Grundmann

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  • Thundercat w/ Kamasi Washington: Flow, Helsinki 14.08.2016 Them Changes II

    7:57

    Some Special Guest yesterday evening!

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  • Kamasi Washington - Malcolms Theme - 2/23/2016 - Paste Studios, New York, NY

    9:31

    Kamasi Washington - Malcolm's Theme
    Recorded Live: 2/23/2016 - Paste Studios - New York, NY
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    Audio: Bob Mallory
    Video: Brad Wagner

  • Kamasi Washington Live at Glastonbury 2016

    1:1:12

    01 - Re Run
    02 - Leroy & Manisha
    03 - Askim
    04 - Hip Hopper
    05 - Dueling Drummers
    06 - The Rythmn Changes

    Kamasi Washington - Tenor Saxophone
    Rickey Washington - Soprano Saxophone
    Miles Mosley - Acoustic Bass
    Ronald Bruner Jr. - Drums
    Tony Austin - Drums
    Brandon Coleman - Keyboards
    Patrice Quinn - Vocals

  • Kamasi Washington performs The Rhythm Changes | Pitchfork Music Festival 2016

    11:29

    Kamasi Washington performs The Rhythm Changes in Chicago for Pitchfork Music Festival 2016

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  • Kamasi Washington - Re Run

    5:58

    presents Kamasi Washington performing Re Run live in the KEXP studio. Recorded December 2, 2016.

    Host: Larry Rose
    Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs & Benjamin Adamson
    Audio Mixing: Matt Ogaz
    Cameras: Alaia D'Alessandro, Luke Knecht & Aron Roberts
    Editor: Alaia D'Alessandro


  • Kamasi Washington - Street Fighter Mas

    5:11

    Kamasi Washington performs Street Fighter Mas at Glastonbury 2019. Visit bbc.co.uk/glastonbury for more videos and photos

  • Kamasi Washington - Fists of Fury

    1:01

    'Fists of Fury', a single from Kamasi Washington's sophomore album Heaven and Earth, is available now on

    Heaven and Earth will be available on June 22, 2018 on Young Turks.

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    Production Company - Iconoclast
    Exec Producer - Emily Rudge
    Producer - Lana Salfiti
    DOP - Benoit Soler
    Production Designer - Nathan Parker
    Editor - Kit Wells @ Final Cut
    VFX - Sarah Crux @ Electric Theatre Collective
    Grade - Tim Smith @ Electric Theatre Collective

  • Kamasi Washington - The Next Step - 2/23/2016 - Paste Studios, New York, NY

    7:06

    Kamasi Washington - The Next Step
    Recorded Live: 2/23/2016 - Paste Studios - New York, NY
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  • Kamasi Washington - Fists of Fury

    23:14

    This fuckin song!!!!!!! Recorded live at the Theater at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, CA on September 19, 2019.

    Kamasi Washington - sax
    Patrice Quinn - vocals
    Dwight Trible - vocals
    Rickey Washington - soprano sax
    Tony Austin - drums
    Allakoi Pete - percussion
    other dude - percussion
    Battlecat - DJ
    Ryan Porter - trombone
    Dontae Winslow - trumpet
    Cameron Graves - keys
    Ronald Bruner Jr - drums

  • Kamasi Washington - Askim

    12:35

    Taken from 'The Epic', released 4th May 2015 on Brainfeeder.

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    Composed, Arranged and Produced by Kamasi Washington. Engineered by Tony Austin and Chris Constable. Mixed by Benjamin Tierney. Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Marcussen Mastering Recorded at King Size Sound Labs.

    Kamasi Washington - Tenor Saxophone
    Ryan Porter - Trombone
    Igmar Thomas - Trumpet
    Cameron Graves - Piano
    Brandon Coleman - Keyboards
    Miles Mosley - Acoustic Bass
    Stephen Bruner - Electric Bass
    Tony Austin - Drums
    Leon Mobley - Percussion
    Neel Hammond - Violin
    Tylana Renga Enomoto - Violin
    Paul Cartwright - Violin
    Jennifer Simone - Violin
    Lucia Micarelli - Violin
    Molly Rodgers - Viola
    Andrea Whitt - Viola
    Artyom Manukyan- Cello
    Ginger Murphy - Cello
    Dawn Norfleet - Choir Vocal
    Thalma de Freitas - Choir Vocal
    Maiya Sykes - Choir Vocal
    Gina Manziello - Choir Vocal
    Patrice Quinn - Choir Vocal
    Natasha F Agrama - Choir Vocal
    Dwight Trible - Choir Vocal
    Steven Wayne - Choir Vocal
    Taylor Graves - Choir Vocal
    Charles Jones - Choir Vocal
    Jason Morales - Choir Vocal
    Dexter Story - Choir Vocal
    Cameron Graves - Choir Vocal
    Tracy Carter - Choir Vocal

  • The Best Advice Kamasi Washington Ever Got

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    Navigating the music business with your sanity, integrity, and creativity intact can be tricky. Jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington imparts some tips to keep flourishing creatively. Here’s his best advice.

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  • Kamasi Washington - The Magnificent 7

    12:49

    Taken from 'The Epic', released 4th May 2015 on Brainfeeder.

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    Composed, Arranged and Produced by Kamasi Washington. Engineered by Tony Austin and Chris Constable. Mixed by Benjamin Tierney. Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Marcussen Mastering. Recorded at King Size Sound Labs.

    Kamasi Washington - Tenor Saxophone
    Ryan Porter - Trombone
    Igmar Thomas - Trumpet
    Cameron Graves - Piano
    Brandon Coleman - Keyboards, Organ
    Miles Mosley - Acoustic Bass
    Stephen Bruner - Electric Bass
    Tony Austin - Drums
    Ronald Bruner - Drums
    Neel Hammond - Violin
    Tylana Renga Enomoto - Violin
    Paul Cartwright - Violin
    Jennifer Simone - Violin
    Lucia Micarelli - Violin
    Molly Rodgers - Viola
    Andrea Whitt - Viola
    Artyom Manukyan - Cello
    Ginger Murphy - Cello
    Dawn Norfleet - Choir Vocal
    Thalma de Freitas - Choir Vocal
    Maiya Sykes - Choir Vocal
    Gina Manziello - Choir Vocal
    Patrice Quinn - Choir Vocal
    Natasha F Agrama - Choir Vocal
    Dwight Trible - Choir Vocal
    Steven Wayne - Choir Vocal
    Taylor Graves - Choir Vocal
    Charles Jones - Choir Vocal
    Jason Morales - Choir Vocal
    Dexter Story - Choir Vocal
    Cameron Graves - Choir Vocal
    Tracy Carter - Choir Vocal

  • Kamasi Washington - Final Thought

    6:32

    Taken from 'The Epic', released 4th May 2015 on Brainfeeder.

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    Composed, Arranged and Produced by Kamasi Washington. Engineered by Tony Austin. Mixed by Benjamin Tierney. Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Marcussen Mastering. Recorded at King Size Sound Labs.

    Kamasi Washington - Tenor Saxophone
    Ryan Porter - Trombone
    Cameron Graves - Piano
    Brandon Coleman - Organ
    Miles Mosley - Acoustic Bass
    Tony Austin - Drums (Right Side)
    Ronald Bruner - Drums (Left Side)
    Leon Mobley - Percussion

  • Kamasi Washington - Fair As Equal - 2/23/2016 - Paste Studios, New York, NY

    9:02

    Kamasi Washington - Fair As Equal
    Recorded Live: 2/23/2016 - Paste Studios - New York, NY
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    Audio: Bob Mallory
    Video: Brad Wagner

  • Terrace Martins Gray Area feat. Kamasi Washington | Live at the #JammJam | Juno

    20:42

    Kamasi Washington joins Terrace Martin's Gray Area to perform their original song Juno - Live at the JammJam

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    Gray Area is:
    Terrace Martin - saxophone
    Kamasi Washington - saxophone
    Ronald Bruner Jr. - drums
    Paul Cornish - keys
    Joshua Crumbly - upright bass

    Produced by Terrace Martin and Elmo Lovano
    Written by Terrace Martin, Ronald Bruner Jr., Paul Cornish, Joshua Crumbly
    Engineered by Bryan DiMaio, Rouble Kapour and Chris Harbach
    Mixed by Chandler Harrod
    Mastered by Chandler Harrod
    Filmed by Paisley Zerr, Lorenzo Diego, Stefano Passera
    Edited by Paisley Zerr

    0:37 Terrace Martin solo
    4:52 Kamasi Washington solo
    7:35 Kamasi Washington and Terrace Martin solo
    8:45 Paul Cornish solo
    13:00 Joshua Crumbly solo
    18:01 Ronald Bruner Jr. solo

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  • Kamasi Washington Heaven and Earth Album Release Party | Boiler Room Los Angeles

    3:15:48

    ►The modern Spiritual Jazz maven, Kamasi Washington, returns to Boiler Room with a special broadcast where it all started, World Stage Los Angeles. We joined Kamasi at the legendary Crenshaw Jazz hang to launch his new album Heaven and Earth.
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  • Kamasi Washington - The Rhythm Changes

    8:20

    A virtuosic performance from the jazz musician and Kendrick Lamar’s cosmic collaborator. Directed by B+ / Mochilla for The Nowness.

  • Kamasi Washington Truth Live 2/22/2020 Calvin Theatre 4K

    21:42

    Kamasi Washington Truth 4K @ Calvin Theatre in Northampton MA 2/22/2020

  • Kamasi Washington - Journey

    14:25

    Check out my other videos from this night! Recorded live at the Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, CA on October 20, 2018.

    Kamasi Washington - sax
    Patrice Quinn - vocals
    Robert Miller - drums
    Miles Mosley - bass
    Ronald Bruner, Jr. - drums
    Brandon Coleman - keys
    Ryan Porter - trombone

  • Terrace Martin feat. Kamasi Washington & Rose Gold Think Of You

    5:49

  • Kamasi Washington performing Re Run Home Live on KCRW

    13:15

    South Central native Kamasi Washington released one of the most critically-acclaimed albums of the year with The Epic, a three-volume set of genre-bending jazz. The saxophonist and composer leads an eight-piece band for this striking set of live music.

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  • Kamasi Washington - Heaven and Earth ALBUM REVIEW

    10:07

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    FAV TRACKS: FISTS OF FURY, CAN YOU HEAR HIM, CONNECTIONS, TESTIFY, ONE OF ONE, SHOW US THE WAY

    LEAST FAV TRACK: VI LUA VI SOL

    KAMASI WASHINGTON - HEAVEN AND EARTH / YOUNG TURKS / 2018 / SPIRITUAL JAZZ, JAZZ FUSION, SOUL JAZZ

    6/10

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  • Untitled 05/Nardis - Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington, Thundercat, Terrace Martin, Chris Dave

    19:07

    What a fuckin lineup. Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington, Thundercat, Terrace Martin and Chris Dave doing a take on Kendrick Lamar's song Untitled 05 from untitled.unmastered with some Nardis by Miles Davis thrown in as well. Recorded live at the Virgil in Los Angeles, CA on May 10, 2017.

    Robert Glasper - keys
    Thundercat - bass
    Kamasi Washington - sax
    Terrace Martin - sax, keys and vocals
    Chris Dave - drums

  • Kamasi Washington - Fists of Fury

    9:44

    Track from his 2018 album Heaven and Earth (Young Turks).

  • Kamasi Washington Truth

    13:36

    From Harmony Of Difference This songs soars... takes you deep within yourself and leaves you wandering...

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