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Gary Bartz NTU Troop - Harlem Bush Music - Uhuru herunterladen Darsteller: Gary Bartz NTU Troop
Titel: Harlem Bush Music - Uhuru
Stil: Jazz-Funk
Etikett: Milestone Records
# Cat: MSP 9032
Freigegeben: 1971
Land: US
FLAC album: 1622 mb
MP3 album: 1554 mb
Bewertung: 4.5
Genre: Jazz


1Blue (A Folk Tale)
Written-By – Gary Bartz
2Uhuru Sasa
Written-By – Gary Bartz
Written-By – Hakim Jami
4Celestial Blues
Written-By – Andy Bey
5The Planets
Written-By – Gary Bartz


  • Alto Saxophone, Soprano SaxophoneGary Bartz
  • BassJuni Booth (tracks: A1)
  • Bass, Electric BassRon Carter (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Design [Album]Ron Warwell
  • DrumsHarold White
  • Engineer [Recording]Elvin Campbell
  • Mastered ByRay Hagerty
  • PercussionNat Bettis
  • Photography ByClarence E. Eastmond
  • Piano, VocalsGary Bartz (tracks: A1)
  • ProducerOrrin Keepnews
  • VocalsAndy Bey


"The music of both volumes of Harlem Bush Music (Taifa and Uhuru) is humbly dedicated, respectively, to the memories of Malcolm X and John Coltrane."
- Gary Bartz

Recorded at Decca Sound Studios, New York; November 1970 and January 1971


  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): MSP 9032 A (Milestone A/F) SON
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): MSP 9032 B (Milestone A/F) SON


  • Recorded At – Decca Studios, New York
  • Published By – G. Bartz Music
  • Published By – Ha-Sha-Ka Music
  • Published By – Andy Bey Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Milestone Records


Harlem Bush Music combines two Gary Bartz Ntu Troop albums recorded in November of 1970 and January of 1971. The title itself shows that sopranoalto Bartz and singer Andy Bey were moving toward a more expansive format to explore black consciousness within the realm of jazz. The overall sound of Harlem Bush Music is evocative, if unusual, but occasionally becomes stagnant - as with the ten-minute People Dance - without melodic variation. Songs in album Gary Bartz - Harlem Bush Music - Uhuru 1971. Gary Bartz - Blue A Folk Tale. Gary Bartz - Uhuru Sasa. Gary Bartz - Vietcong. Gary Bartz - Celestial Blues. Gary Bartz - The Planets. Celestial Blues - Gary Bartz NTU Troop. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Album 1971 5 Songs. Gary Bartz NTU Troop. Jazz 1971. Bush Music is a compilation of two albums by saxophonist Gary Bartz NTU Troop which were recorded in 1970 and 1971 and released on the Milestone label. Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr. And whether one ultimately finds these efforts by the Gary Bartz Ntu Troop satisfying or tiring matters less than appreciating the. Harlem Bush Music Uhuru remains extremely relevant. Though the album came at a time when Black Consciousness and Black Pride were coming to the fore of American culture, current times are such that its message of struggle, love and hope transcends racial categories. That is both Bartz NTU Troop. Uhuru Sasa, 06:49. Vietcong, 05:17. The Planets, 05:08. The Weeknd Blinding Lights. Deluxe Music Radio. Shawn Mendes Señorita. Radio Fresh. Harlem Bush Music - Uhuru. Play album. Get album. Grammy Award winning jazz saxophonist Gary Bartz first came to New York In 1958 to attend the Julliard Conservatory of Music. Just 17 years old, Gary couldn't wait to come to the city read more. Just 17 years old, Gary couldn't wait to come to the city to play and learn. It was a very good ti read more. Completa la tua Collezione su Gary Bartz NTU Troop. riferendosi a Harlem Bush Music - Uhuru, LP, Album, RE, Gat, MX 9032. Can anyone confirm if this is the ace reissue where the bone heads inverted the liner colors and printed an image on the wrong side covering the lyrics. Bought from rough trade and now im baffled. All the NTU troop albums are great but this one is my personal pavorite. People will call that fusion but it sounds more like pure soul to me. Originally released in 1971, Harlem Bush Music Uhuru marked the first recorded studio appearance the year before theyd released the live Home of saxophonist Gary Bartzs newly christened NTU Troop. Here Bartz was able to parlay his newly-acquired, open-minded approach to the possibilities of jazz from having spent time in Miles Davis revolutionary fusion groups into his own unique take on the form. Moving away from straight-ahead jazz, Bartz and the NTU Troop borrowed elements from the mainstream - and underground - popular music to create a sound at once both jazz and socially-consci