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Priester, Julian Pepo Mtoto - Love, Love - ECM-Touchstones

: ECM 0602567431855

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50 CDs for the 50th anniversary.

The first group of 25 discs was released on January 18, 2019.

The second set of 25 discs will be released on May 17

Formato: 1 CD nuevo.

Julian Priester Pepo Mtoto: trombone, horns, whistle, flute,…

Pat Gleeson: synthesizer

Hadley Caliman: flute, saxophone, clarinet

Mguanda David Johnson: flute, saxophone

Bill Connors: guitar

Bayete Umbra Zindiko; piano, clavinet

Ron McClure: bass

Nyimbo Henry Franklin: bass

Ndugu Leon Chancler: drums

Kamau Eric Gravatt: drums, congas

After leaving Herbie Hancock’s Mwandishi band trombonist Julian Priester and synthesizer pioneer Dr Patrick Gleeson put together this now-legendary album in two sessions in 1973. Extending the experiments of the Hancock sextet this music can also be related to Miles Davis’s robust Afro-funkslanted electric group music of the period. Pumping bass ostinati, riffs and a big ‘tribal’ beat connect Love, Love to the music of Sly Stone and Funkadelic as well, while the shifting clouds of spacey improvising can also make a listener think of minimal music or Sun Ra. More than 40 years later this slice of proto-cyberfunk is still thoroughly enjoyable and timely.

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Priester, Julian Pepo Mtoto - Love, Love - ECM-Touchstones

Priester, Julian Pepo Mtoto - Love, Love - ECM-Touchstones

50 CDs for the 50th anniversary.

The first group of 25 discs was released on January 18, 2019.

The second set of 25 discs will be released on May 17

Formato: 1 CD nuevo.

Julian Priester Pepo Mtoto: trombone, horns, whistle, flute,…

Pat Gleeson: synthesizer

Hadley Caliman: flute, saxophone, clarinet

Mguanda David Johnson: flute, saxophone

Bill Connors: guitar

Bayete Umbra Zindiko; piano, clavinet

Ron McClure: bass

Nyimbo Henry Franklin: bass

Ndugu Leon Chancler: drums

Kamau Eric Gravatt: drums, congas

After leaving Herbie Hancock’s Mwandishi band trombonist Julian Priester and synthesizer pioneer Dr Patrick Gleeson put together this now-legendary album in two sessions in 1973. Extending the experiments of the Hancock sextet this music can also be related to Miles Davis’s robust Afro-funkslanted electric group music of the period. Pumping bass ostinati, riffs and a big ‘tribal’ beat connect Love, Love to the music of Sly Stone and Funkadelic as well, while the shifting clouds of spacey improvising can also make a listener think of minimal music or Sun Ra. More than 40 years later this slice of proto-cyberfunk is still thoroughly enjoyable and timely.

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