MP3 04 People Dance.mp3 (24.28 MB)

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2 Responses to “GARY BARTZ NTU TROOP / “People Dance””

Ukali Says:
July 31st, 2007 at 10:43 am

Yes! Yes! Yes!

Gary Bartz, Andy Bey, Ntu Troop… burning Black Power imagery across already-crowded mindscapes of We who were determined to change the world (in a few short years).

This music fueled our movement fire; fed our militant mouths; and furnished our churning minds with revolutionary vision. The song didn’t matter as much as the context provided by that soul-jazz sound.

Deep music.
Audio poems (with a funky beat).

Right now, it sure would be nice to hear Andy Bey singing “Black Maybe” from Gary’s JUJU STREET SONGS album.

rich Says:
August 3rd, 2007 at 5:38 pm

thanks for the article – I’ve loved celestial blues for a long time, but I lacked the context of where this great music was coming from

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