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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Kwanza on Discogs. Label: Impulse! - AS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Quadraphonic • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz, Avant-garde Jazz/5(37).
  2. Released in a non-laminated gatefold cover with an Impulse inner sleeve. A1 recorded February 17, , at RCA Studios, New York City. A2 recorded September 9, , at RCA Studios, New York City. A3 recorded February 26, , at National Recording Studios, New York City/5(5).
  3. "Kwanza" offers a nice collection of tracks recorded by Shepp in 19for Impulse!, where the saxophonist is accompanied by a large assortment of performers. This album is a thematic exploration of Africa, with Shepp expressing his compositional ability with characteristic cultural and artistic feeling/5(6).
  4. VINYL: NM- Glossy and clean, a couple very light marks, a beauty. A3 recorded February 26, , at National Recording Studios, New York City. Archie Shepp ‎– Kwanza. Vinyl, L Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. New Africa Baritone Saxophone – Charles Davis (2) at RCA Studios, New York City. Track 2 recorded September 9, , at RCA Studios, New York City. Tracks 3 & 5 recorded February 26, , at National Recording Studios, New York City. Archie Shepp: Kwanza ‎ (LP, Album, Gat) ABC Records: 3C Italy: Sell This Version.
  6. New Africa Bass – Walter Booker Piano – Dave Burrell: 4: Recorded September and February and August in New York City. (P) The Verve Music Group (C) The Verve Music Group Archie Shepp: Kwanza ‎ (LP, Album, Quad, Gat) ABC Impulse! AS US: Sell This Version: MVCZ Archie Shepp.
  7. Discogs: Vinyl, Kwanza. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  8. Both "New Africa" and "Bakai" are included as bonus tracks on the recent bit remaster of The Way Ahead, so if you have that album, then you already have the best 22 minutes of Kwanza, and the three other tracks are nowhere near as noteworthy. However, Shepp has done much worse, and it doesn't hurt to get this either way.
  9. A brilliant little album from Archie Shepp – material recorded on a variety of dates at the end of the 60s, but packaged together as an extremely soulful set in the mid 70s! There's a feel here that rivals some of the best moments of the Attica Blues years – a mix of spiritual soul jazz and bolder modern moments – reigned in nicely from the freer Shepp sound of a few years before, and.

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