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Infinite Sound - Contemporary African-Amerikan Music download mp3 album
Performer:
Infinite Sound
Album:
Contemporary African-Amerikan Music
Style:
Leftfield, Space-Age, Soul-Jazz, Avant-garde Jazz
Released:
2018
Country:
US
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1882 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1844 mb
WMA vers. size:
1666 mb
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Contemporary african-amerikan music by infinite sound. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Contemporary african-amerikan music. Catalog ZORN 50. Genre.

Infinite Sound ‎– Contemporary African-Amerikan Music SEALED Aguirre VINYL LP. Aguirre Records ‎– ZORN50. Bass, Voice, Percussion – Glenn Howell. The Heart of Infinite Change is Natasha Agrama's debut full-length album. Features include legends both foundational and new, drawing together Stephen "Thundercat" Bruner, Stanley Clarke, George Duke, Tony Austin, Vinnie Colaiuta, Mitchell Long, Ruslan Sirota, Ronald Bruner J. Doug Webb, and the last recordings of the late and great Austin Peralta.

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The Heart of Infinite Change is Natasha Agrama's debut full-length album.

African popular music, like African traditional music, is vast and varied. Most contemporary genres of African popular music build on cross-pollination with western popular music. Many genres of popular music, including blues, jazz and rumba, derive to varying degrees from musical traditions from Africa, taken to the Americas by enslaved Africans. These rhythms and sounds have subsequently been adapted by newer genres like rock and rhythm and blues.

Infinite Sound - Spanish Tale from Contemporary African-Amerikan Music (1975, now reissued by Aguirre Records). Amazing spiritual jazz taken from the experimental album Contemporary African-Amerikan Music (1975), released on 1750 Arch Records - an Avantgarde music label founded during the sixties by American baritone Thomas Buckner in Berkeley (California). Ft - Glenn Howell (string bass, voice, percussion), Roland Young (clarinet, bass clarinet, alto & soprano saxophone, percussion), Aisha Kahlil (vocals, percussion).

Infinite Sound - Contemporary African-Amerikan Music (S1755) 1750 recorded November 1974 and released by Arch Records in '75 . Pharoah's only release on the the fledging label between his departure from Impulse and before releasing music through Allen Pittman's Theresa Records in 1980

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Do It All
Written-By – Kahlil*, Howell*, Young*
8:24
A2 Stagflation
Written-By – Kahlil*, Howell*, Young*
1:59
A3 The Ocean Moves Primitively
Written-By – Howell*, Young*
10:45
B1 Spanish Tale
Written-By – Howell*, Young*
7:07
B2 Synthetic Variation
Written-By – Young*
11:40
B3 Homeland Rhythm Cycles
Written-By – Kahlil*, Howell*, Young*
4:13

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – 1750 Arch, Inc.
  • Published By – Aguirre Records

Credits

  • Bass [String Bass], Voice, Percussion – Glenn Howell
  • Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone [Alto Saxaphone], Soprano Saxophone [Soprano Saxaphone], Percussion – Roland Young
  • Cover [Cover Reconstruction By] – Jeroen Wille
  • Design – Sharon Stein
  • Liner Notes – Aisha Kahlil, Glenn Howell, Julian Cowley, Roland Young
  • Photography By – Lew Watts*
  • Producer – Infinite Sound
  • Recorded By, Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Robert Shumaker
  • Remastered By – Kris Delacourt
  • Vocals, Percussion – Aisha Kahlil

Notes

Recorded in Dolby process at 1750 Arch Street, November 1974.
℗ 1975, 1750 Arch Inc.

Includes a double sided insert.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S1755, STEREO 1755 Infinite Sound Contemporary African-Amerikan Music ‎(LP, Album) 1750 Arch Records, 1750 Arch Records S1755, STEREO 1755 US 1975
none Infinite Sound Contemporary African-Amerikan Music ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) The Loathed Sound Department none US Unknown


  • Jugore
Anyone know whether this Aguirre pressing is a bootleg? Presentation and liners suggest it may be authorised but no definitive statement of such on their website.
  • Chi
To answer my own question, this addition states "Licensed from Roland Young".