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Spiritual Knowledge and Grace

Label: Ogun Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: 01. Ancient Spirit (31:59), 02. Contemporary Fire (36:59).

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Louis Moholo-Moholo - Dudu Pukwana - Johnny Dyani with Rev. Frank Wright: Spiritual Knowledge and Grace

Read "Spiritual Knowledge and Grace" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Ogni tanto alla Ogun tirano fuori dal cilindro tesori assoluti come questa rara registrazione dal vivo catturata in Olanda nel lontano 1979 che ritrova a far vera festa di musica tre membri degli indimenticabili Blue Notes accanto al “vulcano" Frank Wright, come sempre - in quel tempo - in evidente stato di grazia. Spesso, anzi, sempre ...

Spiritual Knowledge And Grace

Label: Ogun Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Ancient Fire; Contemporary Fire.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Louis Moholo-Moholo / Dudu Pukwana / Johnny Dyani / Frank Wright: Spiritual Knowledge And Grace

Read "Spiritual Knowledge And Grace" reviewed by Sid Smith

Accidents are part and parcel of any kind of improvised music. Such occurrences can be fickle things with a capacity to make or break a situation. So, when Chris McGregor was prevented from joining the first night of a Dutch tour by The Blue Notes in 1979, Louis Moholo-Moholo, Dudu Pukwana and Johnny Dyani embraced the ...


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