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    Wynton Marsalis' moving new album FROM THE PLANTATION TO THE PENITENTIARY, offers a clear-eyed and uncompromising look at the crack in America's facade of prosperity and happiness. By turns soothing, urgent, playful and angry, FROM THE PLANTATION TO THE PENITENTIARY distills Marsalis' recent observation on our modern American way of life as he's traveled the nation as a /5(35).

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    From the Plantation to the Penitentiary is an album by jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis that was released in It reached No. 2 on Billboard 's Top Jazz chart.

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    It takes deep conviction to take an unpopular stand these days, but Wynton Marsalis has done just that with his controversial release, From the Plantation to the Penitentiary. Decrying the lack of progress in attaining equal rights in America, the noted trumpeter/composer rails against many of the ills facing modern society and especially black youth culture.

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    Amazon fulfilled my desire to have this piece as a part of my wynton marsalis collection. From to the opening percussion to the "where ya'll at" it is a musical journey. The dissonant vocals with the melodic instrumentation, especially wynton's horn and then his rap make it great listening music for the ears, heart and soul. i'm really feelin' it/5(35).

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