Release Date:01/22/2013;Notes:Vol. 1. Double vinyl LP pressing. Vol. 2 available separately. Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and the civil rights movem...Click To Read More About This Product
Release Date:01/22/2013;Notes:Vol. 1. Double vinyl LP pressing. Vol. 2 available separately. Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and the civil rights movement of the 1960s loom large as self-determination, economic power and musical freedom led to revolutionary Jazz artists finding new paths - both musical and economic. Concurrent with the emergence of the counter culture and underground Rock movement in the 1960s and years before the D-I-Y cultural revolution of Punk in the 1970 s, Sun Ra, John Coltrane, Pharoah Sanders, Don Cherry, Ornette Coleman, the Art Ensemble of Chicago and others 'took control' of their own work by recording, releasing and distributing their own music themselves. This double disc set features many hidden gems of records made on very small run cottage-industry Jazz labels from this period - the original DIY. Records! Soul Jazz.;Track List:1. Oliver Lake/Ntu - Africa;2. Stanton David' Ghetto/Mysticism - Space;3. Steve Colson the Unity Troupe - Lateen;4. Mary Lou Williams - Miss D.D;5. Joe Henderson - Foregone Conclusion;6. Art Ensemble of Chicago - Old Time Religion;7. Philip Cohran the Artistic Heritage Ensemble - the African Look;8. Gary Bartz Ntu Troop - the Drinking Song;9. Pheeroan Ak Laff - 3 in 1;10. The Hastings Street Jazz Experienece - Yes Lord;11. Ralph Thomas - Big Spliff
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