Twist And Shout

An American jazz drummer Roy Brooks started his career in the 1950s, and he had joined the Horace Silver Combo the early 1960s. Subsequently, he became a part of the bands led by notable artists like Stanley Turrentine, Yusef Lateef, and Charles Mingus. He was also a significant influence on the legendary TRIBE label, which was based in his hometown of Detroit, and he spent his career at the forefront of the American jazz scene until his passing in 2005. As a bandleader with Roy Brooks And The Artistic Truth, he pursued spiritual jazz guided by a refined sense of spirituality. Among his discography, the live recording "The Sahel Concert" from 1974 stands out as one of the most expressive showcases of his artistry, much like his previous work, "Ethnic Expressions.
An American jazz drummer Roy Brooks started his career in the 1950s, and he had joined the Horace Silver Combo the early 1960s. Subsequently, he became a part of the bands led by notable artists like Stanley Turrentine, Yusef Lateef, and Charles Mingus. He was also a significant influence on the legendary TRIBE label, which was based in his hometown of Detroit, and he spent his career at the forefront of the American jazz scene until his passing in 2005. As a bandleader with Roy Brooks And The Artistic Truth, he pursued spiritual jazz guided by a refined sense of spirituality. Among his discography, the live recording "The Sahel Concert" from 1974 stands out as one of the most expressive showcases of his artistry, much like his previous work, "Ethnic Expressions.
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Black Survival: The Sahel Concert At Town Hall
Artist: Roy Brooks & The Artistic Truth
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Black Survival
2. Black Survival - Here And Now
3. Sahel
4. Crisis
5. Crisis (Continued)
6. Dialogue
7. Relief
8. Black Survival - Prologue

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An American jazz drummer Roy Brooks started his career in the 1950s, and he had joined the Horace Silver Combo the early 1960s. Subsequently, he became a part of the bands led by notable artists like Stanley Turrentine, Yusef Lateef, and Charles Mingus. He was also a significant influence on the legendary TRIBE label, which was based in his hometown of Detroit, and he spent his career at the forefront of the American jazz scene until his passing in 2005. As a bandleader with Roy Brooks And The Artistic Truth, he pursued spiritual jazz guided by a refined sense of spirituality. Among his discography, the live recording "The Sahel Concert" from 1974 stands out as one of the most expressive showcases of his artistry, much like his previous work, "Ethnic Expressions.
        
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