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VA - African Spirits: A Spiritual Jazz Journey Looking Back to Africa (2004)

3-01-2015, 11:20
Jazz | World | Ethnic

VA - African Spirits: A Spiritual Jazz Journey Looking Back to Africa (2004)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: African Spirits: A Spiritual Jazz Journey Looking Back to Africa
Year Of Release: 2004
Genre: Jazz, Ethnic Fusion, Spiritual
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 192 kbps
Total Time: 01:17:23
Total Size: 107 MB


1. Pharoah Sanders - Our Roots Began In Africa 10:19
2. Joe Chambers - The Almoravid 7:54
3. Sathima B. Benjamin - Africa 7:45
4. Archie Shepp - Song For Mozambique 8:05
5. Moe Koffman - Days Gone By (Egyptology) 5:04
6. Carlos Garnett - Banks Of The Nile 4:15
7. Adele Sebastian - Desert Fairy Princess 8:56
8. J Life - Afro Blue 5:24
9. Nate Morgan - Mrafu 7:35
10. Nation/African Liberation Arts Ensemble - Children 11:23

Afro-centric jazz from the 70s through the 90s -- a real spiritual journey in music, compiled from a host of hard to find records, most of which are long out of print! The music on the collection is from three different decades, but the set's got a wonderfully unified feel -- thanks to a strong spiritual current that runs through all the tunes, and a linked heritage of performance that was shared by many of the players over the years. Tracks are from a very diverse set of sources -- including many American and European indie labels of the 60s and 70s -- and all tunes are long, soulful, and plenty darn righteous! Titles include "Song For Mozambique" by Archie Shepp, "Africa" by Sathima B Benjamin, "The Almoravid" by Joe Chambers, "Our Roots Began In Africa" by Pharoah Sanders, "Days Gone By" by Moe Koffman, "Children" by Nation/African Liberation Arts Ensemble, "Mrafu" by Nate Morgan, "Afro Blue" by J Life, "Desert Fairy Princess" by Adele Sebastian, and "Banks Of The Nile" by Carlos Garnett.

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