Archie Shepp- The Magic of Ju-Ju (1967)

 

 

“Shepp’s emotional and fiery tenor takes off immediately, gradually morphing with the five percussionists who perform on instruments including rhythm logs and talking drums. Shepp never loses the initial energy, moving forward like a man possessed as the drumming simultaneously builds into a fury. Upon the final three minutes, the trumpets of Martin Banks and Michael Zwerin make an abrupt brief appearance, apparently to ground the piece to a halt. This is one of Shepp’s most chaotic yet rhythmically hypnotic pieces”-allmusic

 

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~ by 3brainkarnakinterloper on 03/25/2011.

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