Ahmed Abdul-Malik Sounds Of Africa

    New Jazz
      • 1. Wakida Hena
      • 2. African Bossa Nova
      • 3. Nadusilma
      • 4. Out of Nowhere
      • 5. Communication
      • 6. Suffering

      Early 60's Afro-jazz with middle-eastern and latin flavours from the legendary bass and oud musician Abdul-Malik. One of the first musicians to bring such influences together, this album also features Bilal Abdurahman, Andrew Cyrille and Chief Bey. Seminal!

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