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Soul Jazz Records Presents Soul Of A Nation: Afro-Centric Visions in the Age of Black Power - Underground Jazz, Street Funk & The Roots of Rap 1968-79
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Soul Jazz Records Presents Soul Of A Nation: Afro-Centric Visions in the Age of Black Power - Underground Jazz, Street Funk & The Roots of Rap 1968-79
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Soul Jazz Records
Catalogue Number
SJRD393
Release Date
August 2017
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New double LP from the unstoppable musical force that is the Soul Jazz crew, this time deciding to shine a light on the influence of Black Nationalism, politics and societal defiance across a decade of American music. Even the casual jazz fan may be well versed in the work of many of the artists featured, but don’t let the familiarity put you off as this goes deep. Outstanding work from Doug Carn, Joe Henderson, Oneness of Juju and much more - lest we forget the ‘Sweet Songs’ by Four Tet favourite Sarah Webster Fabio.

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  1. 1 The Revolution Will Not Be Televised 3:10 Gil Scott-Heron
  2. 2 Sounds from the Bush 3:56 Mandingo Griot Society with Don Cherry
  3. 3 Red, Black and Green 4:43 Roy Ayers Ubiquity
  4. 4 Malcolm X 5:21 Philip Cohran and The Artistic Heritage Ensemble
  5. 5 Sweet Songs 5:09 Sarah Webster Fabio
  6. 6 Vibes from the Tribe 3:50 Phil Ranelin Buy
  7. 7 Desert Fairy Princess 11:11 Horace Tapscott with the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra
  8. 8 Strong Men 5:00 David McKnight
  9. 9 Black Narcissus 5:09 Joe Henderson
  10. 10 African Rhythms 6:47 Oneness Of Juju Buy
  11. 11 Suratal Ihklas 5:44 Doug Carn Buy
  12. 12 Is It Too Late? 10:00 Duke Edwards and The Young Ones
  13. 13 Mother of the Future 7:40 Carlos Garnett

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