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Africa N'da Blues

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Ka-Real (take 2); Africanos/Latinos; Miles' Mode; Autumn Leaves; Africa N'da Blues; Pharaoh's Song; Ka-Real (take 1).

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Kahil El'Zabar's Ritual Trio featuring Pharoah Sanders: Africa N'da Blues

Read "Africa N'da Blues" reviewed by AAJ Staff

The aptly titled Africa N'da Blues is the Ritual Trio's fourth outing on Delmark. Most of the record explores the uniquely Afro-American space between African percussion and the '60s free jazz revolution. El'Zabar's group appears equally at home playing straight-ahead standards like “Autumn Leaves" or post-Coltrane material like the title track, but it really seems to ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kahil El'Zabar's Ritual Trio: Africa N'da Blues

Read "Africa N'da Blues" reviewed by Derek Taylor

On this, their fifth album for Delmark, the Ritual Trio sticks to the formula that has served them well on past outings for the label, that of welcoming a legendary guest star into the fold. This time around Pharoah Sanders occupies the guest chair and his presence affects a wonderful series of alchemical changes both in ...


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