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Drum Dance to the Motherland


  • 1. Cosmic Echoes
    2. Drum Dance
    3. Inner Peace
    4. Breath of Life
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 050

  • Credits
    ProducerKhan Jamal
    Engineer

    Personnel: Khan Jamal (clarinet, vibraphone, marimba); Khan Jamal; Monnette Sudler (guitar, percussion); Dwight James (clarinet, glockenspiel, drums).
    Audio Remasterer: Ben Young.
    Recording information: The Catacombs, Philadelphia, PA (10/06/1972/10/07/1972).
    Recorded originally in 1972, DRUM DANCE TO THE MOTHERLAND showcases the left-leaning aesthetic of avant jazz vibraphonist Khan Jamal. At once fractured, fluid, and expressionistic, with a strong tribal element (thanks in large part to the African-style drumming), the transcendent intentions of Jamal's musical universe are clear, a feeling reinforced by song titles like "Cosmic Echoes" and "Inner Peace." The lengthy, abstract, fusion-oriented jams should appeal to fans of BITCHES BREW and other avant jazz outings of the era.

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