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Electric Byrd by Donald Byrd

Electric Byrd
Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed

Electric Byrd
by Donald Byrd

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SCMU-BLU-84349
Label:
Blue Note
Genre:
Jazz
Format:
Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed
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Donald Byrd's transitional sessions from 1969-1971 are actually some of the trumpeter's most intriguing work, balancing accessible, funky, Davis-style fusion with legitimate jazz improvisation. Electric Byrd, from 1970, is the best of the bunch, as Byrd absorbs the innovations of Bitches Brew and comes up with one of his most consistent fusion sets of any flavor. Byrd leads his largest fusion group yet (ten to 11 pieces), featuring many of his cohorts of the time (including Jerry Dodgion, Lew Tabackin, and Frank Foster on various woodwinds).
Side One

1. Estavanico
2. Essence

Side Two

1. Xibaba
2. The Dude

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