Power of Soul is an album by Idris Muhammad. All compositions arranged and conducted by Bob James. is one of the reasons that Idris Muhammad is regarded as the drumming king of groove". Idris Muhammad – drums. Randy Brecker – trumpet, flugelhorn. Grover Washington, Jr. – tenor and soprano saxophone. Bob James – Fender Rhodes, keyboards. Ralph MacDonald – percussion.
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Black Rhythm Revolution! is the debut album by jazz drummer Idris Muhammad recorded for the Prestige label in 1970. It's just considerably less intense than the title might lead one to believe".
More albums from Idris Muhammad: House Of The Rising Sun by Idris Muhammad. My Turn by Idris Muhammad. You Ain’t No Friend Of Mine! by Idris Muhammad. Power Of Soul by Idris Muhammad. Peace And Rhythm by Idris Muhammad. Boogie To The Top by Idris Muhammad. Foxhuntin’ by Idris Muhammad. Make It Count by Idris Muhammad. View all albums . Black Rhythm Revolution!
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Peace And Rhythm is a funk jazz music album recording by IDRIS MUHAMMAD released in 1971 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Peace 12:05 A2 Rhythm 5:55 B1 Brother You Know You're Doing Wrong 5:40 B2 Don't Knock My Love 4:45 B3 I'm A Believer 5:20.
The Peace and Rhythm Suite" is a side-long suite consisting of two long, spacy compositions that predate the ambient house scene by nearly two decades yet sound entirely of a piece with that style. Long, droning, sustained chords on a variety of wind and reed instruments float above Muhammad's.
The album's title has more to do with the politics of its day (1972) than with the music; there's not much that's revolutionary going on here. In fact, the first track, the nine-minute "By the Red Sea," is a downright placid piece of soul samba, and the follow-up, a cover of James Brown's "Super Bad," reduces the original's intensity into a coolly percolating groove. And frankly, for a session led by the drummer, this is not a particularly rhythm-heavy set. Even the cover of Jack McDuff's "Soulful Drums" is curiously restrained, with.