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Drones (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl LP

BMGSKU hh-4475

2021 concept album from in-demand jazzman, producer + Dinner Party co-founder
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  • Lab Overview
  • 🔊Tracklist
  • Review & Q+A

Lab Overview

"Drones, Terrace Martin's first album-in-name since Velvet Portraits, started germinating in 2016. Contrary to the perception that info might cause, Martin wasn't merely toiling away for half a decade on this loosely conceptual set. He steered the Sounds of Crenshaw, Vol. 1 and Dinner Party projects, participated in R+R=Now, and in 2020 alone released a live LP, a crop of fine EPs, and singles such as the unflinching Black rebel anthem 'Pig Feet.' If Drones should be heard as the follow-up to Velvet Portraits, not as part of Martin's unceasing tear, so be it. Where the earlier album combined old-school R&B and traditional gospel, soul-jazz, and a little synth funk for over 70 mostly kicked-back minutes - with Martin often emphasizing his piquant alto sax - the comparatively succinct Drones is funkier, freakier, and ultimately more hip-hop." - BMG

  • 2021 album from in-demand multi-instrumentalist, producer + Dinner Party co-founder Terrace Martin
  • featuring collaborations w/ Kendrick Lamar, Leon Bridges, Snoop Dogg, Ty Dolla $ign, Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper + more
  • red colored vinyl
  • housed in gatefold sleeve
  • limited edition
  • music label: BMG 2021
UPC: 4050538767209

🔊Tracklist

Review & Q+A

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