The Souljazz Orchestra | Freedom No Go Die

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Freedom No Go Die

by The Souljazz Orchestra

Freedom No Go Die is the Souljazz Orchestra's second album: most of the songs are rooted in afrobeat, but elements of soukous, salsa, funk and free jazz are thrown in as well.
Genre: World: Afro-Beat
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1. Mista President
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2. The Blind Leading The Blind
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3. Insurrection
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4. Freedom No Go Die
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5. Mojuba
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6. Secousse Soukous
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7. Little Habana
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8. Mugambi
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9. The Creator Has A Masterplan
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Description from Dusty Groove America:
More Afro Funk than the soul jazz you might guess from the group's name -- but that's OK with us, because the record's plenty darn great! Souljazz Orchestra are one of the best of the current wave of Afro combos to hail from Canada -- and they manage to get an incredible full sound from a surprisingly small range of instruments -- usually just 3 saxes, a trumpet, keyboards, and percussion -- but played with a sense of power to earn them the "orchestra" in their name! There's a definite Fela influence going on here -- grooves that move fast with very skittish rhythms -- snaking out with great horn bits and keyboard lines. But the overall approach is a bit tighter too -- much more focused at times, on slightly shorter tunes, about half of which are vocal numbers. Two tracks have the group breaking format a bit -- a great cover of "The Creator Has A Master Plan" and the Latin-inflected "Little Habana" -- and other tunes include "Mista President", "The Blind Leading The Blind", "Insurrection", and "Mojuba".


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