Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert (album)

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Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert
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Live album by Various artists
Released November 22, 2005
Recorded Frederick P. Rose Hall, September 17, 2005
Genre Jazz
Label Blue Note Records,
EMI Music Distribution
Producer Andre Kimo Stone Guess,
Michael Cuscuna
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Entertainment WeeklyA- No. 851, p.99

Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert [LIVE] is an album with 77 minutes of highlights, from the roughly five-hour long Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert that took place in the Rose Hall Theatre at Jazz at Lincoln Center on September 17, 2005.

All net profits from the sale of the CD will be donated to the Higher Ground Relief Fund [1] established by Jazz at Lincoln Center and administered through the Baton Rouge Area Foundation to benefit the musicians, music industry related enterprises and other individuals and entities from the areas in Greater New Orleans who were impacted by Hurricane Katrina and to provide other general hurricane relief.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "This Joy" – 2:52 - Shirley Caesar
  2. "Over There" – 7:31 - Terence Blanchard
  3. "Go To The Mardi Gras" – 5:08 - Art Neville & Aaron Neville
  4. "Basin Street Blues" – 5:52 - Diana Krall
  5. "Never Die Young" – 4:06 - James Taylor
  6. "The House I Live In" – 5:00 - Dianne Reeves
  7. "New Orleans Blues" – 4:58 - Marcus Roberts
  8. "I Think It's Going To Rain Today" – 3:04 - Norah Jones
  9. "Dippermouth Blues" – 2:19 - Wynton Marsalis Hot Seven
  10. "I'm Gonna Love You Anyway" – 4:50 - Buckwheat Zydeco
  11. "Is That All There Is" – 4:12 - Bette Midler & Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra
  12. "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" – 6:40 - Irvin Mayfield Jr.
  13. "Here's To Life" – 6:21 - The Jordan Family
  14. "Blackwell's Message" – 5:29 - Joe Lovano
  15. "Come Sunday" – 9:28 - Cassandra Wilson & Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra

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