Max Roach - Members Don't Git Weary
I always have thought of "spiritual" jazz being modal and different from the funky electric jazz like on the Black Jazz label, nathan davis "If" that kind of thing, which is really more R&B ish. Are they really included?
add:Hemphill - Dogon A.D. all Prince Lasha
does this record count?
"The creator has a master plan"
"The creator has a master plan" Those are most obvious.
That is a great record, and I still enjoy listening to it, despite the fact that King Moist plays it whenever he fires up the sandalwood incense and starts whispering in some chocolate-complected cutie[/b]'s ear, "You know they built the same pyramids in South America as in Egypt, don't you baby?"
does this record count? I would say that is the first spiritual jazz LP
On the modal jazz mass tip...
i got that johnathan collins shizt on triumph. thts cool. sloppy lines like by boy cha cha shaw. shitz real.
On a side note, has anyone heard the Fertile Ground album "Spiritual Warfare" from a few years ago. Dope album that's much in the same vein as the albums we've been discussing.