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Emanative & Phil Ranelin: Vibes From The Tribe

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The Tribe referred to here was a musicians' cooperative in jny: Detroit, Michigan, active from 1972-1977. It was co-founded by trombonist Phil Ranelin and saxophonist Wendell Harrison and was equal parts band, record label and community project. Trumpeter Marcus Belgrave was among the members. The organization had close affinities with jny: Chicago's Association for the Advancement ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

John Lindberg BC3: Born In An Urban Ruin

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Acclaimed bassist John Lindberg's trio on Born In An Urban Ruin possesses a distinctive and deeply personal sound in keeping with the man himself. That's down to both the novel instrumentation with long time associate Kevin Norton mostly on vibes and Michigan native Wendell Harrison on clarinets, and the character of Lindberg's writing. The essential humanity ...

ARTICLE: BIG BAND REPORT

Catching Up

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As our most recent column was devoted exclusively to the Ken Poston / LAJI event, “Modern Sounds," held October 20-24 at the Los Angeles Marriott Airport Hotel, and to the day-long tribute to bandleader Stan Kenton on the hundredth anniversary of his birth that followed, a number of substantive items slipped through the cracks. Before they ...

NEWS: RECORDING

A New Message From The Tribe ...Jazz Great Wendell Harrison Is Back With A New Release, "It’s About Damn Time," His First As A Leader In Seven Years

A New Message From The Tribe ...Jazz Great Wendell Harrison Is Back With A New Release, "It’s About Damn Time," His First As A Leader In Seven Years

Co-founder of the legendary Tribe record label and collective in the 1970's, Jazz saxophonist Wendell Harrison has long been known for creating exciting projects, having played with important jazz artists such as Eddie Harris, Grant Green, Eddie Jefferson and Sun Ra, as well as Motown artists Marvin Gaye and Aretha Franklin. Hot on the heels of a ...

Various Artists: Message from the Tribe - An Anthology of Tribe Records 1972-1976

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Various Artists

Message from the Tribe: An Anthology of Tribe Records 1972-1976

Soul Jazz Records

2010



“It seems to me that Black musicians are always on top of the issues." So wrote critic Betty L. Holloway in a mid-1970s number of Tribe magazine. It's easy to assume that Holloway meant the ...