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Sun Ra: Jazz in Silhouette

Label: Evidence Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: Enlightenment; Saturn; Velvet; Ancient Aiethopia; Hours After; Horoscope; Images; Blues at Midnight.

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Sun Ra: Jazz in Silhouette

Read "Sun Ra: Jazz in Silhouette" reviewed by Robert Mitchell

"A Certain Beat A Sudden Chord These things charm the mind with veiled enchantment That lingers long after the song is done" As with many cult artists, the back catalogue of Sun Ra is long and varied with large, less than bitesize chunks available for consumption if you ...

Made in Chicago

Label: Evidence Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: She Loves My Automobile; Walk Away; Good Booty and BBQ; Walking to My Baby; I

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Howard and the White Boys: Made in Chicago

Read "Made in Chicago" reviewed by Jim Santella

Howard McCullum brings Chicago blues to a worldwide audience. He and the members of his band first met in college at Northern Illinois University in Dekalb back in 1988. They've been living the Chicago blues ever since, making the Windy City their home and serving as ambassadors for their contemporary sound. While the band's ...

It's My Soul

Label: Evidence Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: My Soul; Half-Assed Love; All I Really Need; Darling I'll Pray For You; Learned My Lesson; Hanging by a Thread; Hard Work; Two of Everything; Bonedance; Love in the Dumpster; Rearrange; Preaching to the Choir; Road and the Weather.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ken Saydak: It's My Soul

Read "It's My Soul" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Born in one of the blues' most essential cities, this Chicago native learned from some of the Windy City's best by playing piano and keyboards on tours by Mighty Joe Young and Lonnie Brooks. In the 1980s, Ken Saydak played an essential part in Texas blues guitar legend Johnny Winter's renaissance as pianist on several tours ...

Levels of Consciousness

Label: Evidence Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: Thailand Stick; Use Your Hands; Levels of Consciousness; Thang (and I Love It); Plea From the Soul; Merely a Suggestion; It

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Babatunde Lea and Phenomena: Levels of Consciousness

Read "Levels of Consciousness" reviewed by Rex  Butters

1979's Levels of Consciousness features San Francisco Bay Area percussionist Babatunde Lea’s familiar Afro-Caribbean mix shaded by the prevalent R&B phase of the time. At the center lies his sunny positivism and furious drumming prowess. The eclectic program includes funk, soul ballads, and jazz as played by guests Julian Priester, Eddie Henderson, and Mark Isham. Muziki’s ...

Vanthology: A Tribute to Van Morrison

Label: Evidence Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: Tupelo Honey; Jackie Wilson Said; Have I Told You Lately; Brown Eyed Girl; Into the Mystic; Real Real Gone; Crazy Love; Gloria; Warm Love; Queen of the Slipstream; Bright Side of the Road; My Lonely Sad Eyes; I Like It Like That; Bulbs; Moondance.

Holiday for Soul Dance

Label: Evidence Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1.But Not for Me 2.Day by Day 3.Holiday for Strings 4.Dorothy's Dance 5.Early Autumn 6.I Loves You, Porgy 7.body and Soul 8.Keep Your Sunny Side Up


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