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8 thoughts on “ Excursion - Bennie Maupin - The Jewel In The Lotus (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Faedal says:
    Mar 13,  · "Jewel in the lotus" is a "Fusion" classic (in the Bitches-Brew-sense of the word) on the level of records like John McLaughlin's "My Goal's Beyond" or Wayne Shorter's "Odyssey of Iska". Sadly neither Maupin nor this album gained the fame other personnel from Miles Davis earlys received around that time/5(84).
  2. Mugami says:
    Mar 28,  · referencing The Jewel In The Lotus, LP, Album, ECM ST "Jewel in the lotus" is a "Fusion" classic (in the Bitches-Brew-sense of the word) on the level of records like John McLaughlin's "My Goal's Beyond" or Wayne Shorter's "Odyssey of Iska"/5().
  3. Ninris says:
    Apr 28,  · It was in that Bennie Maupin released his first solo album, The Jewel in the Lotus, on the relatively new ECM label, joined by Williams, Hart, Hancock, Summers, and additional percussionist /
  4. Danris says:
    Jazz -funk fans must have been taken aback when multi-instrumentalist and composer Bennie Maupin's Jewel in the Lotus was released by Manfred Eicher's ECM imprint in For starters, it sounded nothing like Herbie Hancock's Head Hunters recording, which had been released the year before to massive sales and of which Maupin had been such an integral part/
  5. Gogami says:
    The Jewel in the Lotus is the debut album by jazz woodwind player Bennie Maupin, recorded and released in In , Ricardo Villalobos and Max Loderbauer used samples of The Jewel in the Lotus as the basis for the track "Rensenada" on the remix album Re:ECM. Track listing "Ensenada" – "Mappo" – "Excursion" – Genre: Jazz-fusion, jazz, modal jazz, avant-garde jazz.
  6. Kekasa says:
    Jewel in the Lotus is part of a little universe of experimental recordings made by members/alumni of Herbie Hancock's early 70s sextet - the group that recorded Mwandishi, Crossings and Sextant. Despite some obvious links in terms of personnel and music, Jewel in the Lotus definitely has a different feel than those three albums/5(28).
  7. Tule says:
    The Jewel In The Lotus was Bennie Maupin's first leader record. The album was recorded in March , and could be described as a sequence of pulsing tone-poems, full of glowing, compound sound-colors and subtle interactions - a jazz-and-Buddhism-inspired floating chamber music that was way ahead of its time/5(34).
  8. Kazijas says:
    Bennie Maupin - The Jewel in the Lotus () Beautiful, highly abstract jazz fusion led by multi-instrumentalist Bennie Maupin. Much of the album has a fragmented, nervous energy that nonetheless maintains some semblance of tranquility, perfectly matching my presently unsuccessful attempts to decompress.

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