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

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The Pyramids Lalibela LP

The Pyramids

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SKU:
STLP160
UPC:
4062548038552
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1973 Debut Album on Vinyl LP!

The debut album by the Pyramids was inspired by the group's visit to the Lalibela monastery in Egypt and was recorded in Yellow Springs, Ohio in early 1973. Drawing on the teachings of Cecil Taylor and the influence of John Coltrane, combined with a barrage of intense percussion, the album evolves over several long-form pieces.

Initially only 500 copies were pressed and sold to friends and followers in the local area.

Features

  • Vinyl LP
  • Manufactured in Poland
  • Assembled in Czech Republic

Musicians

Idrissa Ackamoor alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, bailafon, masenqo, talking drum, Moroccan clay drum
Margo Ackamoor flute, piccolo, percussion
Kwame Kimathi Asante Hagstrom bass, Ugandan harp, Ethiopian drum, bamboo flute
Masai soprano sax, bamboo flute, percussion
Marcel Lytle drums, percussion
Hekaptah conga drum, Osi drum, percussion

Selections

Side 1:

  1. Lalibela

Side 2:

  1. Lalibela (cont.)
  2. Indigo

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