Genre: Jazz
Label: Verve
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Pharoah Sanders Black Unity (Verve By Request Series) 180g LP

Pharoah Sanders

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180g Vinyl LP!
Transferred from Analog Tapes!
Pressed at Third Man in Detroit!

For 1971's Black Unity, Pharaoh Sanders added groove to the foundation of spiritual and free jazz he had explored on his previous Impulse! albums. The result is a piercing and emotive 37-minute title track exploration of African, Latin, aborigine and Native American sounds, driven by rhythm. Verve By Request Series features transfers from the analog tapes remastered on 180-gram vinyl.


  • Verve By Request Series
  • 180g Vinyl
  • Transferred from Analog Tapes
  • Pressed at Third Man in Detroit, MI
  • Gatefold Jacket


Pharoah Sanders tenor saxophone, balafon
Carlos Garnett tenor saxophone
Marvin Peterson trumpet
Joe Bonner piano
Cecil McBee bass
Stanley Clarke bass
Lawrence Killian congas, talking drum, balafon
Billy Hart drums
Norman Connors drums


Side One:

  1. Black Unity, Part One

Side Two:

  1. Black Unity, Part Two

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