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Shades of Blue
Studio album by Madlib
Released June 24, 2003
Recorded ?
Genre Hip-Hop
Jazz-rap
Jazz-funk
Fusion
Length 56:51
Label Blue Note
Producer Madlib
Professional reviews
Madlib chronology
Blunted In The Bomb Shelter Mix (2002) Shades of Blue
(2003)
Champion Sound
(2003)

Shades of Blue is a remix album by producer Madlib over the archives of Blue Note Records. The album was released on Blue Note itself in 2002. The album was extremely well-received and served as the most vital catalyst of Madlib's now expanding success.

Track listing

  1. "Introduction" – 0:32
  2. "Slim's Return" – 3:56
  3. "Distant Land" – 3:58
  4. "Mystic Bounce" – 3:56
    • Originally recorded by Ronnie Foster as "Mystice Brew"
  5. "Stormy" – 3:41
  6. "Blue Note Interlude" – 0:42
  7. "Please Set Me at Ease" (featuring M.E.D.) – 5:02
    • Originally recorded by Bobbi Humphrey
  8. "Funky Blue Note" – 3:07
    • New composition by Otis Jackson Jr.
    • Performed by Morgan Adams Quartet Plus Two
      • Arpstring Ensemble - Derek Holman
      • Bass (Electric Muffle) - Monk Hughes
      • Flute - James King
      • Guitar - Dan Ubick
      • Organ - Morgan Adams III
      • percussion, Drums - Malcom Catto
  9. "Alfred Lion Interlude" – 0:45
  10. "Stepping Into Tomorrow" – 7:36
  11. "Andrew Hill Break" – 1:06
  12. "Montara" – 5:51
  13. "Song for My Father" – 5:46
  14. "Footprints" – 4:58
  15. "Peace/Dolphin Dance" – 5:38
  16. "Outro" – 0:17
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