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✨✧ Ballistic BrothersRude System ... LP
Sound Boy (UK), 1997. Used 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The Ballistic's second (well, third – if you count the Eccentric Afros EP) full length, and like its predecessor it covers much ground, and succeeds at every turn! The groove is a little heavier with this outing, though there's some nice jazzy moments too, and a great redux of their modern jazz-club classic "Blacker", with the great Herbie loop. We especially dig the tabla-driven take on Coltrane's "Love Supreme" the dubby funk of "Streets Are Real" and the Latin grooves of "Cubafro Con Amigos" and "Soul Catcher". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has an import sticker and some small marks from sticker removal.)

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✨✧ MaterialThird Power ... CD
Axiom, 1991. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
As with much of the work in his career, Bill Laswell assmebles an all star cast, this one based around the crew he'd pull from as he explored some of the heavier more tripped out directions that seemed to guide his work through the 90s. On the one hand he's tapping into the P-Funk axis with Bootsy, Gary Shider, Mudbone Cooper and Bernie Worrell, while still using some of the world music and reggae musicians he recruited nteh 80s, like Sly & Robbie and Aiyb Deng, plus the JB's horns withMaceo Parker, Fred Wesley and Pee Wee Ellis. Add a touch of avant jazz from Olu Dara and Henry Threadgill, plus a host of vocalists including the Jungle Brothers, Jalaluddin Nuriddin of the Last Poets and Shabba Ranks and you've got a pretty heavy cast of characters. Includes "Reality", "Playin With Fire", "Cosmic Slop", "E-Pluribus-Unum", "Drive-By", "Power OF Soul (Black Chant)", "Mellow Mood" and "Glory". CD
(Out of print. Barcode has a cutout hole.)
 
 
 



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