Release Date:07/05/2019;Notes:Weldon Irvine's debut as a leader remains one of the most fiercely idiosyncratic electric jazz outings of the early '70...Click To Read More About This Product
Release Date:07/05/2019;Notes:Weldon Irvine's debut as a leader remains one of the most fiercely idiosyncratic electric jazz outings of the early '70s. Innovative not only for it's moody, nuanced jazz-funk sensibility, Liberated Brother also translates the uncommonly strong passion of Irvine's political and philosophical views into it's grooves, creating music of rare sincerity and ambition. While the record's first-half features longer, more meditative songs, like the Latin-inspired title tune and "Blues Wel-Don," the second side of Liberated Brother commands the most attention. With sterling contributions from guitarist Tommy Smith, bassist Roland Wilson, and drummer Napoleon Revels-Bey, cuts like "Mr. Clean" and "Sister Sanctified" (later sampled by Boogie Down Productions for the rap classic "My Philosophy") achieve a deeply funky consciousness forged from elements of jazz, soul, and psychedelia "Juggah Buggah" even features Irvine on Moog synthesizer, further expanding the LP's cosmic reach.;Track List:1. Liberated Brother;2. Here’s Where I Came In;3. Blues Wel-Don;4. Mr.Clean;5. Gloria;6. Homey;7. Juggah Buggah;8. Sister Sanctified;Special Attributes:REMASTERED
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