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Psychedelic Jazz And Soul Compilation, Import

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  • CD (19 mars 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Compilation, Import
  • Label: Warner Strategic Marketing
  • ASIN : B00005RG5M
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 269.758 en Musique (Voir les 100 premiers en Musique)
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Disque : 1

  1. Vibrafinger - Gary Burton
  2. Back home - Yusef Lateef
  3. Freaks for the festival - Rahsaan Roland Kirk
  4. Spontaneous simplicity - Sun Ra
  5. This is combat I know - Freddie Hubbard
  6. Raymond winchester - Yusef Lateef
  7. Sorcery live @ monterey - Charles Lloyd
  8. Black heat - Black Heat
  9. Mirror - Charlie Mariano
  10. Smoke signals - Eddie Harris
  11. Threnody for sharon tate - Freddie Hubbard

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The Trippiest and Grooviest Soul Jazz compilation I've ever heard ! 5 octobre 2009
Par Eddie Landsberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Long before the jam bands, Jazz musicians jammed...
and no doubt, many did pick up on the vibes of the psychedelic era...
Remember middle aged Buddy Rich getting hip with his Nehru jacket and psychedelic album covers visa vis Mercy, Mercy - -
or the Rhassan Roland Kirk's late '60s/early '70s sound - - for example, him tripping out on SAY A LITTLE PRAYER...
Or how about Paul Humphrey & the Cool Aid Chemists?
That said - - admittedly, not all the experiments worked... some, in fact were downright corny.
(I'll spare the examples.)
This album, however represents experiments that worked...most of them by cutting edge Jazz masters...
The tracks are genuinely psychadelic... most of the tracks are predictably Jazzy, Funky and Groovy...
especially those by Lateef, Gary Burton and Roland Kirk (who's FREAKS FOR THE FESTIVAL takes first prize in my book!)
a few, however are downright weird... say two bizarre freeform tracks with Freddie Hubbard -- one that has a European guy reciting even weirder poetry... and another, a lady trying to get down into the mind of... (long pause) Sharon Tate and the fine folks over at Helter Skelter, Inc. "He made me feel that I can play the guitar... he made me feel that I could hold a knife..."
Lateef's second cut on the album has a tune called Raymond Winchester in which the band is kicking out a very groovy Latin type thing, but Lateef is playing some bizarre reed thing and answered by trippy violins... (Check out his album, The Blue Yusef Lateef which is now available on MP3.)
Also included, Black Heat's CHECK IT ON OUT, which to me is really straight funk...
Mashed in amidst all the eclecticism are Sun Ra and the Zappa-esque sounding Charlie Mariano, who for some reason don't quite stand out amidst the madness...
Then again, come to think of it - - if you want to hear great psychadelic Jazz circa that era, why not cop a listen to Zappa's The Grand Wazoo or Hot Rats - - really, these guys did is it quite well, but Zappa did it best...
nonetheless... this really is a great example experimental music that still grooves - - takes you on a mind trip yet makes you want to dance at the same time... and what's wrong with that?
Oh - - the album has a sequal, though to be honest, I think it would have been cooler as a RHINO type box set thang.

P.S. Not a single sitar... thumbs up to the compiler !
just plain strange 3 septembre 2012
Par Donald E. Gilliland - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Normally, I agree with most CDs that the mighty reviewer Eddie Landsberg recommends, but he lost me on this one. I'm not sure who decided to define this music as "Psychedelic" but ... it's not. It's just plain weird. Okay, it's not all some sort of "spacy oddity" or junk filler. There actually is some pretty cool music on here (The tracks by Black Heat, Gary Burton, Sun Ra, and Eddie Harris are my faves), but it's defeated by some totally strange stuff too. "Back Home" by Yusef Lateef sounds like he's having a very painful bowel movement. The two Freddie Hubbard tracks are without a doubt the most bizarre things he ever recorded. The first one, "This is Combat I Know" has a spoken word dialogue from some guy who sounds like a flamboyant German circus performer who someone found his way into the recording studio. The other tracks on here are also hit and miss, plus it's all over the place stylisically; funk and jazz and avange garde ... and sonic weirdness. Hey, maybe Zappa fans WILL like this one. My hunch is that someone must have been sampling the medicine cabinet when they put this one together.
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