10.2.08


PHAROAH SANDERS - VILLAGE OF THE PHAROAHS (1971-73)

village of the pharoahs pt. 1
village of the pharoahs pt. 2
village of the pharoahs pt. 3
myth
mansion's world
memories of lee morgan
went like It came

pharoah sanders (ts, ss, bells)
art webb (fl)
kenneth nash (perc)
stanley clarke (b)
norman connors, jimmy hopps (d)
lawrence killian (perc)
joe bonner (p)
cecil mcbee (b)
sedatrius brown (vcl, perc)
calvin hill (b)
kylo kylo (tamboura, perc)
marvin peterson (perc)

34 comments:

vesper said...

http://lix.in/93892a89

vesper said...

Marley, here it is, as you requested, but you were lucky, I had it, and nothing special in sight to post :)
Enjoy, all of you, it's a hell of a record!

10:06 AM

tf said...

I've hoped for this one awhile - thank you!

fritz the cat said...

Thank you very much sir! Can't go wrong with Mr Sanders

keviekev said...

Just beautiful man
Respect
keviekev

kreutzman said...

This looks sweet....many thanks.

soup said...

travelling broadens the mind. thank you.

To the end! said...

Always quality! Thanks

Cabinboy said...

is it possible that someone has the sadao watanabe/masabumi kikuchi collaboration album? it's no longer avail, i really would love to have it, pls email me at LJM65@aol.com if anyone can help, thanks! was orig posted on nekko's site

dalemcbdnl said...

It's been a LONG while since I listened to this one. I played it a lot when I first bought the LP but since CDs came along many of these jewels have lain fallow. Thanks for posting this rip. It'll bring back memories. D

Anonymous said...

Thank You so much for this Pharoah Sanders gem......Jack Flash

somogyvari said...

yummy!

Anonymous said...

Superb LP - thanks.

monsieurwilly said...

Thx !

monsieur lu said...

Thank you Vesper. Travelling with Pharoah is always nice.

quesonegro said...

Awsome...Pharoah is tha MAN!

Absolute said...

Haven't listened to Pharoah for some time now, and nearly passed this by. I think i went a little too heavily, all out on his Impulse! whole side pieces. However your consitent high calibre postings persuaded me. It has me right back in tune with his vibe - and what piece of heavenly vibe it is. I think his early seventies period is his artistic peak, there is real balance between the rhythmic anchor and his cutting-edge free musings. Beautiful, thanks for this and for keeping 'the bar' so high with your choice of posts.
Top stuff
Absolute

valter said...

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Many many thanks Vesper! My heart beats faster while I await for the download to complete and, meanwhile, I'm trying to remember the gorgeous melody on the hommage to Lee Morgan. Actually, I can't remember the melody, but I remember the feeling... same as Coltrane's Alabama, or Psalm pt IV... I'm very happy and excited! It's almost 30 years since I lost this album...
Thanks again!

One Love
Marley

Egan Ehlers said...

Awesome. Thanks.

Miles said...

a beautiful record, both then and now. thank you.

Anonymous said...

Thanks...Pharaoh...nothing but the God of the Sun shining through the Darkness...Praise be to the Pharaoh

Anonymous said...

One of my favorite Pharoah albums. Thanks!

Chris Ward said...

Thanks a lot for this gem!

Julian said...

thx for this one. excited to check it out.

Anonymous said...

superb

db said...

great music!
check out
calisoulbrother records
for rare soul, jazz, funk, brazil & latin records!

sulingman said...

anyone having problem with the lix website? I've entered a hundred codes: they can't all be wrong.

J. H. said...

I can't get past the LIX entry page on a single album from this blog mate. Same thing, stuck at the LIX page, entering numbers endlessly. I appreciate Vespers effort, but I can't access a single one of his files...

vesper said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/90627740/PSVP.zip

RG_one said...

thanks

Carlos fellini said...

exelent album!!!!

thax

Simon666 said...

Hi Vesper!
I’ve linked to your page in my post of Sir Edward (Harold Vick) – “The Power Of Feeling” (1973) - as well, as usual, to "Live at the East" :)
All the Best,
Simon

Sunmyth said...

This lineup looks promising.
Thanx for the post.

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