Horace Tapscott With The Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra ‎– Live At I.U.C.C.

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Nimbus West Records ‎– NIMBUS No. 357, Nimbus West Records ‎– #357
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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A Macrame
Alto Clarinet – Herbert CalliesAlto Saxophone – Michael SessionBass – David Bryant (4)Drums – Everett Brown Jr.Flute – Kafi Roberts*Soprano Saxophone – Jesse SharpsTenor Saxophone – James Andrews (6)Written-By – J. Sharps*
20:25
B1 Future Sally's Time
Written-By – A. Blythe*, S. Crouch*
12:10
B2 Noissessprahs
Bass – David Bryant (4)Cello – Louis SpearsFrench Horn – Bob WattPercussion – Mike Daniels (5)Piano – Linda HillTenor Saxophone – Desta WalkerWritten-By – S. Matteen*
16:13
C Village Dance
Written-By – S. Matteen*
26:13
D1 L.T.T.
Written-By – H. Tapscott*
14:50
D2 Desert Fairy Princess
Alto Clarinet – Herbert CalliesBass – David Bryant (4)Drums – Everett Brown Jr.Flute – Kafi Roberts*Tenor Saxophone – Billy Harris*, James Andrews (6)Tuba – Red CallenderWritten-By – J. Sharps*
11:00
D3 Lift Every Voice
Piano, Vocals – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – J.W. Johnson*, J.R. Johnson*
1:58

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Recorded February to June 1979 at the Imannuel United Church of Christ, 85th and Holmes, Los Angeles. The U.G.M.A.A (=Union Of God's Musicians & Artists Ascension) Foundation was involved.
Copyright 1979, Interplay Music/ASCAP
Gatefold cover.
First cat. Nr on front cover and spine, second on labels and inside right gatefold.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, etched): KM.4132 A RE·1 6645X
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, etched): KM.4132 B RE·1 6646X
  • Matrix / Runout (C-side runout, etched): KM.4132 C RE·1 6647X
  • Matrix / Runout (D-side runout, etched): KM.4132 D RE·1 6648X
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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OlogistBBB

OlogistBBB

August 7, 2019
Few OG sealed deadstock copies available online right now at Mr. Bongo
ih5000

ih5000

February 27, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
Reissue incoming from Soul Jazz on 05.04.19 - triple vinyl with bonus track, and "The Call" to follow.......
Both also reissued by Outernational Sounds - WTF is going on?
ruderoy123

ruderoy123

September 16, 2016
I think this is one of the best records on the Nimbus West label, but the recording quality is of a poor standard.
The music and musicians play great uplifting music but the recording does not capture the essence of the individual players.
A studio would have provided better acoustics, but the band was too large for a studio setting.