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Juma Sultan's Aboriginal Music Society - Father Of Origin Album
Jazz / Country, Folk, World
Performer: Juma Sultan's Aboriginal Music Society
Title: Father Of Origin
Style: Free Jazz, Free Improvisation
Year Nov 2011
Country US
Label Eremite Records
Catalog Number MTE-54/55/56, MTE-54, MTE-55, MTE-56
Genre: Jazz / Country, Folk, World
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 395
MP3 size: 2935 mb
FLAC size: 2525 mb
WMA size: 2690 mb
Record From: 2 × Vinyl, LP CD Box Set, Limited Edition

Juma Sultan's Aboriginal Music Society - Father Of Origin Album

Tracklist

1Fan Dance, Part I
2Fan Dance, Part II
3Sundance
4Ode To A Gypsy Son
5Fan Dance, Part III
6Untitled
7Untitled, Part II

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MTE-54/55/56/57Aboriginal Music Society Father Of Origin ‎(2xLP + CD, Album + 7" + Box, Comp, Ltd)Eremite RecordsMTE-54/55/56/57US2011

Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneJulius Hemphill (tracks: CD-1, CD-2)
  • Artwork [Screen Printed]Alan Sherry
  • Backing Vocals [Unidentified Background Vocalists]Unknown Artist (tracks: LP1-B2)
  • BassRod Hicks (tracks: CD-1, CD-2)
  • Bass, Drums [Hand Drums], PercussionJuma Sultan (tracks: CD-1, CD-2)
  • Bass, Drums [Hand Drums], Percussion, Alto SaxophoneJuma Sultan (tracks: LP2-A, LP2-B)
  • Bass, Drums [Hand Drums], Percussion, Reeds [Ahoudt], Flute [Wooden Flutes]Juma Sultan (tracks: LP1-A1 to LP1-B2)
  • CelloAbdul Wadud (tracks: CD-1, CD-2)
  • Drums [Drum Kit]Phillip Wilson (tracks: CD-1, CD-2), Philip Wilson (tracks: LP1-A1 to LP1-B2)
  • Drums [Hand Drums], PercussionAli Abuwi (tracks: LP2-A, LP2-B), Charles "Bobo" Shaw (tracks: CD-1, CD-2)
  • Drums [Hand Drums], Percussion, FluteAli Abuwi (tracks: LP1-A1 to LP1-B2)
  • Drums [Hand Drums], Percussion, OboeAli Abuwi (tracks: CD-1, CD-2)
  • Electric GuitarRalph Walsh (tracks: LP1-A1 to LP1-B2)
  • FluteGene Dinwiddie (tracks: CD-1, CD-2)
  • Liner NotesMichael Heller
  • Other [Possible Unidentified Additional], Drums [Hand Drums], PercussionUnknown Artist (tracks: LP1-A1 to LP1-B1)
  • ProducerMichael Ehlers
  • Tenor Saxophone, PercussionFrank Lowe (tracks: LP2-A, LP2-B)
  • Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, FluteGene Dinwiddie (tracks: LP1-A1 to LP1-B2)
  • Transferred By, Remastered By [Restoration], Mastered ByMichael King
  • Trumpet, Mellophone, PianoEarl Cross (tracks: LP1-A1 to LP1-B2)

Notes

Juma Sultan's Aboriginal Music Society "Father of Origin" boxset is a limited edition of 600 copies, consists of 2 LP's (the 2nd LP plays at 33RPM's on side A and at 45RPM's side B), a CD and a book.

LP1 (MTE-54) recorded 11 September 1970, Intermedia Sound Studios, Boston MA
LP2 (MTE-55) recorded 2 April, 1971, AMS studio, NYC
CD (MTE-56) recorded post 1969, probable location Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock NY

All music & images licensed from Juma Sultan

Pressing info:
. LPs are pressed by RTI.
. CD is pressed by Groove House

Deep archeology into a long buried & previously undocumented chapter in the history of the early ’70s loft era brings forth the revelatory Father of Origin (MTE-54/55/56), Eremite’s box set retrospective of percussionist/bassist Juma Sultan’s Aboriginal Music Society. Drawn from Sultan’s private archive of recordings, this set includes two audiophile LPs & a CD, a 28 page 12x12" book featuring previously unpublished photographs & ephemera & a detailed historical essay by jazz scholar Michael Heller

Companies

  • Licensed From – Juma Sultan
  • Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated
  • Pressed By – Groove House
  • Recorded At – Intermedia Sound, Boston
  • Recorded At – AMS Studio, NYC

Album

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