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JuJu - Chapter Two: Nia (2001 Japan Edition)

28-04-2015, 05:44
Jazz | Soul | FLAC / APE

JuJu - Chapter Two: Nia (2001 Japan Edition)

Artist: JuJu
Title Of Album: Chapter Two: Nia
Year Of Release: 1974
Label: P-Vine Records
Genre: Soul-Jazz, Space-Age, Fusion
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 63:21
Total Size: 412 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01. Introduction (2:34)
02. Contradiction (For Thulani) (5:06)
03. Black Experience (3:38)
04. Nia (Poem: Complete the Circle) (8:20)
05. The End of the Butterfly King (Poem: Things Comin' Along) (5:59)
06. Black Unity (15:30)
07. Live Revolution (3:55)
08. Live Revolution Continues (18:19)

The rare second album from JuJu – the avant jazz collective who'd later morph into funk band Oneness Of Juju, but who still sound pretty revolutionary here! There's a bit more focus than before – still energy that's a lot like the best righteous jazz groups coming out of Chicago or St Louis at the same time, but maybe a bit more direct, too – and really showing some of the stronger spiritual tones that would only blossom more strongly in later years! Reedman Plunky Nakabinde is firmly at the helm of the group – on tenor, flute, and soprano sax – but the set also features great work from Lon Moshe on vibes and percussion, Babatunde on congas and drums, Phil Branch on bass, and Al-Hammond Raul on piano and percussion. The sounds are a bit less Afro-styled than on the Oneness records, but still have all the great spiritual currents – and titles include an excellent version of Pharoah Sanders' "Black Unity", plus the original tunes "Contradiction","Nia", "Black Experience", and "The End Of The Butterfly King".

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