Eddie Harris “Instant Death”

Eddie Harris “Instant Death”

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Eddie Harris
Instant Death
Atlantic (US) 1972
SD 1611 (LP) one side coated sleeve.
sleeve : EX-(TEOC, wear on corner, slightly color-faded.)
media : EX-/EX-(some slightly surface noises caused by slightly wear.)

The album was released in 1972 by Eddie Harris, a multi-instrumentalist from Chicago, U.S.A. since his professional debut as a student with Gene Ammons, he has participated in many recordings and is known as the composer of the historical classic "Freedom Jazz Dance". The album features Ronald Muldrow (g), Rufus Reid (b), Billy James (ds, per), Richard Abrams (p), and Henry Gibson (per). The album opens with the lightly shuffling high-pitched title track, A1, and is full of funky jazz with an irresistible hip-hop groove ranging from soul jazz/jazz funk to blues jazz. Afro-ethnic jazz A3 is the highlight.

A1: Instant Death
A2: A Little Wes
A3: Zambezi Dance

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