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Sounds of Liberation

Label: Dogtown Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Thoughts; Keno; Sweet Sweet Evil Mist (Rib Crib); Badi; New Horizon (Back Streets Of Heaven).

Personnel

Sounds of Liberation
Sounds of Liberation

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Khan Jamal: vibraphone; Byard Lancaster: alto saxophone; Billy Mills: bass; Dwight James: drums; Monnette Sudler: guitar; Omar Hill: percussion; William Brister: percussion.

Album Description

This is stunning, deeply emotional, jazz – termed Black Liberation Music. Created with passion and purpose by masters of the artform, and it sounds as powerful today as it did back upon its original commitment to tape. This five-song session of original music has never been released and has been prepared for this important and long-overdue LP package by group members, in collaboration with Brewerytown Beats Records in Philadelphia.


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