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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Street Rap
  2. Root In 7/4 Plus
  3. Eltition
  4. Naima
  5. Sphinx Rabbit

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x94dad090) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
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HASH(0x94d829e4) out of 5 stars Holy Cow ! ! ! 6 Oct. 2009
By Eddie Landsberg - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Recorded in September of 1973, this album opens with a mix of extremely wicked conga and drum driven street funk, Curtis Mayfield/Superfly style fuzz bass with Art Ensemble of Chicago/Sun Ra style "free Jazz" mixed in, backed by a loud mouth chick saying the type of stuff you'd kinda expect chicks to say at house parties circa that era and plenty of addition tripped out background banter... Really, its the opening track of the album that will be of interest to most hart core funkateers... after that the album is rhythmically frenzic but tight big band free Jazz... unlike some free Jazz albums, the tracks are always riffy and focused (i.e. seem to be going somewhere or good enough in the moment to get you into it), as a result, the album engages with its unpredictable intensity - - and since there's more of a groove type frenzy than ambiance, even hard core funkateers might dig it (especially those who don't mind crossing over into the realm of the Arkestra now and then.) - - Fans of Chicago's AACM (the hub of that town's avant garde music scene) will definitely dig the album. Drummer Michael Fuller steals the show - - though mainly a Latin drummer these days, his Jazz and funk chops are ridiculously apparent straight through - - Really, an ensemble effort, we're left wondering who Maulawi really is, but in the end it doesn't really matter...

The producer is KCSM radio host, concert promoter and Grammy Nominated producer Bud Spangler who has since gone on to work with a number of top but recent Jazz artists.

If you like this album, check out Psychedelic Jazz and Soul from the Atlantic and Warner Vaults too... and incidentally, when is the SHADOW VIGNETTES album with HONKYTONK BUD going to go back in print???
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94d910f0) out of 5 stars rare and innovative 3 Mar. 2008
By neburo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I am no jazz musician, but I think I can tell when a cat has some serious skill. Maulawi's only release instantly became one of my favorites. The music shows a wide-ranging palette of tastes. Each song is executed with a steady and high-level of energy. Street Rap is an opener for the ages. I mean it literally sounds like a weekend summer night in the inner city. Funky and frenetic. But pure genius. I was fortunate enough to find this gem hidden in a record store. If you are into rhythmic jazz this is one for you. Great, rare classic. For real. This album has a vibe that no other album I can think of possesses.
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