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Hometown: Detroit Sessions 1990 - 2014

Hometown: Detroit Sessions 1990 - 2014 by Tribe
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Tribe

Label: Art Yard / Strut
Released: 2019
Views: 549

Track Listing

Side A: Wide And Blue; Freddie’s Groove. Side B: Juba; Ode To Black Mothers; Conjure Man. Side C: Libra Ahora; Hometown. Side D: He The One We All Knew; Marcus Garvey; The Slave Ship Enterprise.


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Phil Ranelin: trombone (A2, D1); Wendell Harrison: tenor saxophone and clarinet (A1, A2, B1, B3, C1, C2); Marcus Belgrave: trumpet (A1, A2, B1, B3); Jimmy Owens: trumpet (A1, B1, B3, C1); John Douglas: trumpet (C2); Kiani Zawadi: trombone and euphonium (A1, B1, B3, C1); Harold McKinney: piano and vocals (A1, B1, B3, C1, D1, D3); Pamila Wise: piano (A2, B2, C2, D2); John Arnold: guitar (A2); Jacob Schwandt: guitar (C2); Ralphe Armstrong: bass (A2, D1); Reggie Workman: bass (A1, B1, B3, C1); Gayelynn McKinney: drums (A1, B1, B3, C1); George Davidson: drums (A2, D1); Djallo Djakate: drums (B2, C2, D2); Francisco Alimora: percussion (A1, B1, B3, C1); Mahindi Masai: percussion (B2, C2, D2); Gregory Freeman: percussion (B2, C2, D2); Akunda Hollis (B2, C2, D2); Brother Uche: percussion (B2, C2, D2); Mbiyu Chui: words (B2, D2); Jhara McKinney: vocals (B1); Sienna McKinney: words (B1); Jore McKinney: vocals (B1).


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