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The Last Poets With Bernard PurdieDelights Of The Garden

Label:Douglas – NBLP 7051
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Santa Maria Pressing
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Funk / Soul, Non-Music
Style:Political, Free Funk

Tracklist

A1It's A Trip4:44
A2Ho Chi Min5:16
A3Blessed Are Those Who Struggle3:41
A4The Pill5:08
A5Delights Of The Garden3:47
B1Be6:19
B2Yond4:58
B3Er7:36
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B1-B3 = 'BeYondEr'
Douglas, Dist. by Casablanca Record & Filmworks, Inc.

Two-sided lyric sheet insert.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped/etched): MASTERDISK audio 3-20-77 JG S NBLP-7051-A csm-5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched:stamped): JG NBLP-7051-B- csm-4 MASTERDISK

Other Versions (5 of 11)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Delights Of The Garden (LP, Album, Promo)DouglasNBLP 7051 DJUS1977
New Submission
Delights Of The Garden (LP, Album, Terre Haute Pressing)DouglasNBLP 7051US1977
New Submission
Delights Of The Garden (8-Track Cartridge, Album)Douglas, DouglasNBL-87051, NBL 87051US1977
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Delights Of The Garden (8-Track Cartridge, Album)DouglasNBL8-7051US1977
Delights Of The Garden (CD, Album, Reissue)CelluloidCELD 6136US1985

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Riskyone
Hello, Could somebody help me? I cannot find my version here with matrix: NBLP-7051-A-CP J.G. 3-9-77 PYRAL MASTERDISK
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Bradx
It's A Trip from this album was in legendary Blackpool Mecca DJ Colin Curtis's last-hour top ten playlist at one time.
It's not Northern Soul by any stretch so I don't really know how he got away with it at that purist venue.... but then again Colin never stood still for long.

It's A Trip is a fierce fusion of heavy afrobeat funk-futurist drumming, courtesy of the one and only Bernard Purdie, and superb pre-rap rapping and chanting from the one and only Last Poets. An exciting track, completely out of time, that still works well today.

The rest of the album can't really live up to that track and I don't often play through it. The Pill is really weird as well.... highly suspect track.