Bounce (Terence Blanchard album)

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Bounce
Terence Bounce .jpg
Studio album by Terence Blanchard
Released August 5, 2003
Recorded February 16-19, 2003
Avatar Studios, New York City
Genre Jazz, Post-Bop
Length 67:34
Label Blue Note
Producer Terence Blanchard, Michael Cuscuna
Terence Blanchard chronology
Let's Get Lost
(2001)
Bounce
(2003)
Flow
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Billboard (Positive)[2]
MSN 4.5/5 stars[3]
Jazz Review (Positive)[4]

Bounce is a 2003 jazz album by Terence Blanchard, released through Blue Note.

Background[edit]

Bounce is the Blue Note recording debut of trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard. The album is a mix of the sounds of Africa, Brazil and America, with the styles of swing, hard bop, free form, groove and early 70's fusion. The Grammy Award winner Terence Blanchard is the musician who in the 1980s played the trumpet for bands led by jazz luminaries Lionel Hampton and Art Blakey. Blanchard also wrote music scores for films such as Spike Lee's Jungle Fever (1991), Clockers (1995), 4 Little Girls (1997), 25th Hour (2003), and the highly acclaimed Malcolm X (1992).

Track listing[edit]

Track Song Title Composer Time
1. On The Verge Aaron Parks 8:43
2. Passionate Courage Blanchard 6:32
3. Fred Brown Blanchard 7:42
4. Noturna Ivan Lins, Vitor Martins 7:33
5. Azania Blanchard 6:04
6. Footprints Wayne Shorter 7:31
7. Transform Eric Harland 9:00
8. Innocence Brandon Owens 7:23
9. Bounce/Let's Go Off Blanchard, D. Harrison 7:06

Personnel[edit]

Billboard Chart[edit]

Billboard Chart[5]
Year Category Weeks on Chart Peak Position
2003 Top Jazz Album 5 13

References[edit]