More albums from Sonny Fortune: A Better Understanding by Sonny Fortune. Four In One by Sonny Fortune. Long Before Our Mothers Cried by Sonny Fortune. The Bull by Sonny Fortune.
Serengeti Minstrel, 2013. Serengeti Minstrel, 2013. The Afro-Americans, 07:26. There's Nothing Smart About Being Stupid, 06:50. Not All Dreams Are Real, 05:55.
Serengeti Minstrel (LP, Album). Serengeti Minstrel (CD, Album, RE). Wounded Bird Records. Serengeti Minstrel (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM).
Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). copied onto cassette, then digitized it and for years have had to put up with the iffy fidelity.
Serengeti Minstrel is a post bop music album recording by SONNY FORTUNE released in 1977 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Bacchanal 5:42 A2 The Afro-Americans 7:26 A3 There´s Something Smart About Being Stupid 6:47 B1 Not All Dreams Are Real 5:53 B2 Never Again Is Such A Long Time 4:45 B3 Serengeti Minstrel 10:53.
A great one from Sonny Fortune – done with the fusiony sound he was working so well with at the time, and still filled with a tight conception and an incredible group of musicians who bring depth and deliver some really great solos! The title track is an incredible 10 minute cut that breaks into a beautiful modal groove about 4 minutes into it – and that groove is completely wonderful. It's far from the only high point of a set filled with them. The group here is a well-sele. LP, Vinyl record album.
Sonny Fortune - Serengeti Minstrel (1977 - Full Album). Sonny Fortune - The Afro-Americans. Sonny Fortune - There& Nothing Smart About Being Stupid. Horacee Arnold Redux - Serengeti Minstrel.
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes]
Kenny Barron (tracks: 1 to 4, 6)
Engineer [Assistant, Mix]
Rafael Cruz* (tracks: 1 to 4, 6)
Photography By [Back Cover Photo]
Producer [For Vpi]
Recorded April 6, 1977 (1, 4, 6), April 7, 1977 (2, 3, 6), April 8, 1977 at Generation Sound Studios, New York City. Mixed at the Village Recorder, Los Angeles.
Thanks to Wendi Bluth, Ken Klinger, Carla Frederick, Ricki Stein and Smoon. Kenny Barron appears through the courtesy of TK Productions. Woody Shaw appears through the courtesy of Muse Records. Jack DeJohnette appears through the courtesy of ECM Records. Jack Wilkins appears through the courtesy of Chiaroscuro Records. Horacee Arnold plays Premier drums.