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George Braith





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George Braith - Musart album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Del's Theme
Written-By – Braith*
A2 Laura
Written-By – Raksin*
A3 Our Blessings
Performer – Cal LampleyWritten-By – Braith*
A4 Splashes Of Love
Written-By – Braith*
B1 Musart
Written-By – Braith*
B2 Embraceable You
Written-By – Gershwin*
B3 Evelyn Anita
Written-By – Braith*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Prestige Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
  • Published By – Braith Music
  • Published By – Robbins Music
  • Published By – New World Music


  • Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Saxophone [C-melody] – George Braith
  • Bass – Bill Salter*
  • Bongos, Tambourine – Angel Allende
  • Congas – Popito Allende
  • Design, Photography By – Don Schlitten
  • Drums – Ben Dixon (tracks: A3, B3)
  • Electric Bass [Fender] – Victor Davis (tracks: A3, B3)
  • Guitar – Eddie Diehl, Jay Carter (tracks: A3, B3)
  • Liner Notes [April 1967] – George Braith
  • Percussion – Chico Torres, Freddie Briggs*, Gilbert Braithwaite
  • Piano – Jane Getz
  • Producer – Cal Lampley
  • Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder


Track A1 features an unnamed female vocal group.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): PRLP-7515·A· VAN GELDER
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): PRLP-7515·B· VAN GELDER
  • Rights Society (A1, A3, B1, B3, B4): BMI
  • Rights Society (A2, B2): ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PRT 7515 George Braith Musart ‎(LP, Album, RE) Prestige PRT 7515 US 1973
RGM-0167 George Braith Musart ‎(CD, Album) Real Gone Music, Dusty Groove America RGM-0167 US 2013
PR 7515 George Braith Musart ‎(LP, Album) Prestige PR 7515 US 1967

Musart is an album by American saxophonist George Braith, his second and final effort for Prestige Records. It was recorded in 1966 and 1967, and released in mid 1967 as PRLP 7515. In the original liner notes, Braith describes the album as "a concert in miniature. Each tune was selected to relay a message of love, peace and tranquility.

Saxophonist and composer George Braith released five recordings during the 1960s before going silent for a couple of decades. He is well known as an innovator, able to play two saxophones at once - he was inspired after seeing Roland Kirk in a Philly club - though he used that technique only when a tune warranted it. Braith's first four albums - Laughing Soul, Soul Stream, Two Souls in One, Extension (all cut for Blue Note except Laughing Soul) - wove hard bop and soul-jazz that was ubiquitous for both labels at the time.

Musart ‎(LP, Album, RE). Prestige. Real Gone Music, Dusty Groove America.

George Braith got his start at Blue Note in a Roland Kirk sort of style, but this criminally neglected 1967 session for Prestige is very different altogether. It's a unique blend of reeds, percussion, and some sweet electric touches sometimes augmented by voices with a sound that's dark and complex, almost in a Cadet Records mode. Pat Thomas' notes explore this multifaceted recording. For a limited time only. A completely unique album from a completely unique saxophonist! George Braith got his start at Blue Note in a Roland Kirk sort of style, but this criminally neglected 1967 session for Prestige is very different altogether.

George Braith (born George Braithwaite on June 26, 1939) saxophonist from New York City. Braith signed with Blue Note and, in 1963, appeared on John Patton's Blue John and recorded his own debut album, Two Souls in One; it combined soul-jazz and folk melodies, plus the lengthy, popular "Braith-a-Way. His next two Blue Note albums, Soul Stream and Extension, found him continuing to improve his technique and compositional skill, though he began to move away from his two-horn technique. After leaving Blue Note, Braith recorded two sessions for Prestige, 1966's Laughing Soul and 1967's more outside Musart

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