Idris Muhammad ‎– Turn This Mutha Out

Kudu ‎– KU 34
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KU-34 Idris Muhammad Turn This Mutha Out(LP, Album) Kudu KU-34 US 1977 Sell This Version
KUC-34 Idris Muhammad Turn This Mutha Out(Cass, Album) Kudu KUC-34 US 1977 Sell This Version
KU 34 Idris Muhammad Turn This Mutha Out(LP, Album) Kudu KU 34 Italy 1977 Sell This Version
86971 Idris Muhammad Turn This Mutha Out(LP, Album) Eurovox 86971 Turkey 1977 Sell This Version
HKUS 771_08 Idris Muhammad Turn This Mutha Out(LP, Album, Promo) Kudu, Hispavox HKUS 771_08 Spain 1977 Sell This Version



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December 14, 2010


Talented jazz musician born in New Orleans (1939), is a jazz drummer, He has released a number of albums as leader, and has played with a number of jazz legends including Lou Donaldson, Johnny Griffin, Pharoah Sanders and Grover Washington, Jr. He has been touring and recording with pianist Ahmad Jamal.

An album very hard to find, especially in good condition, This album has an incredible song "Could Heaven Ever Be Like This" (is my favorite of this album), this song is probably historically had the most crossover success with the disco audience, The song has an overall funky mid-tempo groove that tends to grow on you with each and every driving beat, the song also stands strongly is "Turn This Mutha Out" with a high burden of funky beat and guitars very well maintained. "Tasty Cakes" this is another amazing song with disco hints and funky touches. "Crab Apple" another of my favorite track, is deliciously funky-jazzy and finally the coolest part of the album "Moon Hymn" fascinating, is a song that you'll gradually enveloping and slowly ending with a horn section that is amazing.

In my opinion I think it is an excellent album, exquisitely produced by Dave Matthews, well structured, massif in its entirety, an album to fully enjoy.