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Best of 2024

Horace Tapscott, Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra

Live at I.U.C.C. 9/30/79

Label: Nimbus West

Series: Live at I.U.C.C.

Format: CD

Genre: Jazz

In stock


** 333 copies, one-time pressing ** Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra in concert at the Immanuel United Church of Christ - September 30, 1979. This is the seventh concert that Tom Albach recorded at Immanuel United Church of Christ.  A wild and beautiful performance from beginning to end. Opening with an angelic take of Coltrane’s ‘Equinox’ which turns into a Coltrane medley, this recording is obviously a special one from the start… the existence of an unheard Sabir Mateen composition from 1979 (‘A Call for Truth’) is worth the price of admission alone, but there’s also the blazing ‘Speedy Mike’, or the debut of Linda Hill’s ‘Leland’s Song’, the heartbreaking comedown of Ellington’s ‘Come Sunday’, a total range of emotion and artistry- this is a classic autumn afternoon with the world’s greatest community Arkestra. 

File under: Spiritual Jazz
Cat. number: vol 7
Year: 2024

Live at Immanuel United Church Of Christ, Los Angeles- September 30, 1979. Comes in gatefold cardboard sleeve. 333 copies

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