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Ras GGospel Of The God Spell ... LP
Street Corner, 2017. New Copy ... $15.99 17.98
A batch of spirtually resonant hip hop instrumentals from the mighty Ras G – built from and all gospel bevy of samples! While sticking with the gospel concept, he really draws from a deep well of diverse beats and styles – from string-laden gospel soul to spacier sounds, with pitch changed bits of vocal really tripping it out to cosmic effect! Titles include "Ausar Auset And Heru (The Trinity)", "Amen...Ra!", "Stolen Legacy", "Ephesians 6:5", "Auset Vs Mary Or Lilith", "Council Of Nicea 325 AD", "Plagiarism Of Kemet", "42 Laws Of Maat Vs 10 Commandments", "Atom, Aten, and Adam?", "Psalm 82:6" and "Heart And Feather". LP, Vinyl record album

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Paris Smith/New Composers Ensemble53rd St Ghost (includes download) ... LP
Oracle/Jazzaggression (Finland), 1996. New Copy (reissue)... $19.99
A killer batch of modern spiritual soul jazz – with a classic sound that reminds us a lot of the 70s work on labels like Tribe or Strata East! The New Composers Ensemble is led by vibist Paris Smith, an underground Chicago jazz artist who cut a few very enigmatic albums on his own – and he's working here with a group that includes guitar, piano, percussion, and bass. All the tracks on the album are originals written by the players on the record – and most of them are strong modal grooves, with a spiraling, soaring sound that's filled with joy and life, but also a hint of darkness. The interplay of the instruments is unlike anything we've heard elsewhere, and it's the kind of underground treasure that you'd die to find on a rare 70s album – somehow even cooler that it's cut by an obscure group who are working in our generation! A few tracks have a vocalist that's a bit off-beat – and she also reminds us of some of the more spiritual contraltos that would show up on the Strata sets from the 70s – but her contribution to the record also kind of grows on you nicely after a while. Titles include "Tommy Tones", "Sonny's Song", "Lilith Came", "Introspection", "Psalm 37", and "53rd Street Ghost", dedicated to the street in Chicago where Dusty Groove was born! First-ever vinyl pressing too – the album was only originally on CD. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 500 copies – with download!)
 
 
 



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