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Sounds Of Liberation
Formed in the early 70s, the Sounds of Liberation was a group of Philadelphia musicians made up of Byard Lancaster, Khan Jamal, Monnette Sudler, Omar Hill, Dwight James, Rashid Salim and Billy Mills. The Sounds of Liberation mixed jazz, funk, free jazz and spiritual jazz into a harmonious celebration of sound. With their infectious music they even found themselves playing along side Kool and the Gang at the 6th Annual Miss Black America pageant. An incredibly rare record reissued for the first time on CD and limited edition LP (LP contains downloadable coupon). This reissue was transferred and re-mastered from the original audio tapes and includes never before seen pictures.
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By Econ on August 4, 2013
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This is great jazz! Local Philly musicians who went far collectively and individually! Exceptional music - crisp, old-school jazz sound, with funky riffs and solos. Diggin' that conga sound! A must-have for your music collection.
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