Pharoah Sanders Black Unity
For 1971’s Black Unity, Pharoah Sanders added groove to foundation of spiritual and free jazz he had explored on his previous Impulse! albums. The result is a piercing and emotive 37-minute rhythm-driven title track exploration of African, Latin, aborigine and Native American sounds.
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Black Unity (1972)
Side A Black Unity – Part 1
Side B Black Unity – Part 2
Pharoah Sanders (soprano and tenor sax, balafon); Marvin "Hannibal" Peterson (trumpet); Carlos Garnett (flute, tenor sax); Joe Bonner (piano): Stanley Clarke, Cecil McBee (bass); Norman Connors, Billy Hart (drums); Lawrence Killian (conga, balafon, talking drum, percussion)