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Ambrose Akinmusire was in the eighth grade, a budding trumpeter in Oakland, Calif., when he made his first excursion to a jazz club. Through a radio contest, he’d won tickets to the local mainstay, Yoshi’s, unaware of the creative portal he was opening.

“The show happened to be The Art Ensemble of Chicago,” says Akinmusire, referring to that singular force, and the farthest thing from a conventional jazz group. “These cats came out with their full makeup on, wearing these costumes. They faced east for like five minutes. So that was my first jazz show. My mom and I were sitting in the front row.”

Now, a quarter-century later, Akinmusire is one of the most acclaimed jazz artists of his generation, a trumpeter of deep expressive resources and a composer of kaleidoscopic vision. Because he’s on the mainstream roster of Blue Note Records, with a band that uses the post-bop language as a springboard, he isn’t often placed in the same avant-garde co
ntinuum as The Art Ensemble. But Akinmusire makes that connection himself with “Mr. Roscoe (consider the simultaneous),” the first track we can hear from his sixth album, on the tender spot of every calloused moment, scheduled for release June 5.

It continues a theme first established on his first Blue Note album, 2011’s When The Heart Emerges Glistening: On that cover, he has short hair and a cleanly shaven face. For this one, he has locks, facial hair, and a black hooded sweatshirt. “In a way, I was thinking about this as a sequel to my first record [on the label],” Akinmusire says. “I’m returning to the landmarks in my first album.”

Much like his previous work, on the tender spot of every calloused moment unpacks the feeling of “otherness” and what that means in a country with such a fraught racial history. In that way, it resembles Origami Harvest and 2014’s the imagined savior is far easier to paint. But where those records seethed, this one simmers; Akinmusire examines the past with pondering eyes and not a furrowed brow.

TRACKLIST ::::

  1. Tide of Hyacinth
  2. Yessss
  3. Cynical Sideliners
  4. Mr. Roscoe (consider the simultaneous)
  5. An Interlude (that get’ more intense)
  6. reset (quiet victories&celebrated defeats)
  7. Moon (the return amplifies the unity)
  8. 4623
  9. Roy
  10. Blues (We measure the heart with a fist)
  11. Hooded procession (read the names outloud)on%20the%20thender%20spot%20of%20every