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Angles Without Edges


Download links and information about Angles Without Edges by Yesterdays New Quintet. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Jazz, Rock genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:12:57 minutes.

Artist: Yesterdays New Quintet
Release date: 2001
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Jazz, Rock
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:12:57
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No. Title Length
1. Prelude 1:59
2. Julani 3:05
3. Papa 4:34
4. Keeper of My Soul 4:18
5. The One Who Knows 3:43
6. The Birth of YNQ 2:53
7. Paladium 5:35
8. Life's Angles 3:07
9. Thinking of You 3:15
10. Uno Esta 3:44
11. Rugged Tranquility 4:07
12. Daylight 3:55
13. Hot Water 3:40
14. Mestizo Eyes 3:55
15. Sun Goddess 3:57
16. Kuhn's Theme 2:32
17. Little Girl (Dakota's Song) 2:21
18. Broken Dreams 5:35
19. Last Day 0:55
20. Funshine (Bonus Track) 4:11
21. The Science (Bonus Track) 1:36



Using jazz experimentation, education, and the unequivocal brilliance of his hip-hop creativity as a primary instrument, Madlib leads this record of paramount importance in the modern jazz and hip-hop worlds alike. Favoring swatches of lounge-heavy atmosphere and Fender Rhodes rivers to forever soulful infinity, big beats, and abstract soloing on everything from vibraphone to the turntable itself, Angles Without Edges is where music hoped to go by 2001. This is a hip-hop record made with jazz principles of improvisation, spacy cut-and-paste passages of drifting solos, and periods of vamping grooves that are layered handsomely with uncut breaks that build on top of themselves, eventually creating what may be the Bitches Brew of the new millennium. Released on the progressive and reputable Stones Throw label, also home to their Uno Esta 12" and Bomb Shelter 7", Angles is 19 tracks deep and doesn't stray in quality as the beats drum on. Highlights include the math jazzy "Julani," the soul eclipse in "Papa," and the outer space dub/samba in "Paladium."