"London quintet Ezra Collective take on Wayne Shorter’s classic composition 'Footprints,' which was originally recorded on the legendary saxophonist’s 1966 Blue Note album Adam’s Apple. The track is the second single to be revealed from Blue Note Re:imagined, a forthcoming collection of classic Blue Note tracks reworked by a selection of the UK scene’s most exciting young talents. Ezra Collective’s 'Footprints' is a funk-driven update of the original that moves seamlessly between post-bop, funk, hip-hop, and Afrobeat, and serves as a reminder of the versatility and virtuosity of a band widely regarded as the pioneers of the new UK jazz movement. It follows the release of Jorja Smith’s much-lauded reimagining of St Germain’s 'Rose Rouge.'" - Blue Note Records
- black vinyl 7"
- includes Jorja Smith's cover of St. Germain's "Rose Rouge" + Ezra Collective's cover of Wayne Shorter's "Footprints"
- housed in double-sided pic sleeve
- limited edition
- music label: Blue Note Records 2020