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Earth People

Label: Undivided Vision
Released: 2005
Duration: 01:09:35
Views: 436

Track Listing

Red Clay
Small Distraction Mass Confusion
Now is Rising
M Train Samba
Time to Vote!
Sweet Peas
Draft Dodger

Personnel

Earth People

band/orchestra

Jason Candler
Jason Candler

saxophone, alto

Francois Grillot
Francois Grillot

bass, acoustic

Sabir Mateen
Sabir Mateen

saxophone

Elliott Levin
Elliott Levin

saxophone

Firehorse

electronics

Ricardo Solis

percussion

Additional Personnel / Information

Andre Martinez: drums, steel drum, cocktail set, percussion; Jason Candler: alto saxophone, guitar; Doug Principato: guitar, vocals, keyboards; Francois Grillot: contrabass; Mark Hennen: piano; Sabir Mateen: alto and tenor saxophones, alto clarinet; Elliott Levin: flute, tenor saxophone, vocals; Firehorse: electronics; Ricardo Solis: congas; M: vocals.

Album Description

The 4th offering from NYC's Earth People is a "soulful amalgam of sound" that mixes free improv with latin and soul beats. LIMITED EDITION of 250 copies.


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