Donald Byrd - Ethiopian Knights album download
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- Published By – Elgy Music Pub. Co.
- Recorded At – A&M Studios
- Remixed At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
- Mastered At – Better Quality Sound
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-68603
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-68604
- Bass – Wilton Felder
- Composed By – Donald Byrd
- Design – Dave Bhang
- Drums – Ed Greene
- Engineer – Henry Lewy
- Guitar – David T. Walker, Greg Poree
- Liner Notes – Bill Quinn
- Mastered By [Vinyl] – DC BQS*
- Organ – Joe Sample
- Photography By, Art Direction – Norman Seeff
- Piano – William Henderson
- Producer – George Butler
- Remix, Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder
- Tenor Saxophone – Harold Land
- Trombone – Thurman Green
- Trumpet – Donald Byrd
- Vibraphone – Bobby Hutcherson
NotesReissue, circa 2009
Recorded at A&M Recording Studios
Recorded: August 25th & 26th, 1971
Remix at: Van Gelder Recording Studios
Pub. by Elgy Music Pub. Co. BMI
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - etched): 3972 - BLN 84380 - I (A) S-68603 DC BQS
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout - etched): 3972 - BLN 4380 - I (B) S-68604 DC BQS
|BST-84380||Donald Byrd||Ethiopian Knights (LP, Album)||Blue Note||BST-84380||US||1972|
|7243 8 54328 2 8||Donald Byrd||Ethiopian Knights (CD, Album, RE)||Blue Note||7243 8 54328 2 8||Europe||1998|
|BST 84380||Donald Byrd||Ethiopian Knights (LP, Album, RP)||Blue Note||BST 84380||US||1973|
|BST 84380||Donald Byrd||Ethiopian Knights (LP, Album, RP)||Blue Note||BST 84380||US||Unknown|
|TOCJ-1623, BST-84380||Donald Byrd||Ethiopian Knights (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Blue Note, Blue Note||TOCJ-1623, BST-84380||Japan||1996|
Ethiopian Knights (LP, Album). I am trying to locate a copy of a poem written in the liner notes of Ethiopian Knights by Donald Byrd. The poem was written by Bill Quinn.
Composed By – Donald Byrd. Congas, Tambourine – Bobby Porter Hall. Design – Dave Bhang. Drums – Edward Greene. Electric Bass – Wilton Felder. Originally issued as Ethiopian Knights, BST 84380. Inlay: Printed in .
MP3 Music, February 12, 2013.
ethiopian knights LP. Donald Byrd Format: Vinyl.
Ethiopian Knights is an album by American trumpeter Donald Byrd featuring performances by Byrd with Thurman Green, Harold Land, Bobby Hutcherson, and Joe Sample released on the Blue Note label in 1972. Studio album by. Donald Byrd. A City Called Heaven is an album by trumpeter Donald Byrd featuring performances recorded in 1991 and released on the Landmark label. A New Perspective is a 1964 studio album by jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd. It was released on the Blue Note label as BLP 4124 and BST 84124. In 2017, it was ranked at number 194 on Pitchfork's list of the "200 Best Albums of the 1960s". The album was remastered by Rudy Van Gelder in 1998. Another One (Oscar Pettiford album).
Donald Byrd (tp) Harold Land (ts) Thurman Green (tb) Bobby Hutcherson (vb) Joesph Sample (og) William Henderson III (p, e-p) David Walker, Don Peake, Greg Poree (g) Wilton Felder (b) Edward Greene (dr). Donald Byrd - The Little Rasti. The Blackbyrds The Blackbyrds (Album) 1974. Johnny 'Hammond' Smith – Look Out! (Full Album/Vinyl) 1963. Donald Byrd - Flight Time. Lonnie Liston Smith - Astral Traveling (1973) full album. Donald Byrd - The Emperor. Grover Washington, Jr. Mister Magic.
Donaldson Toussaint L'Ouverture Byrd II (December 9, 1932 – February 4, 2013) was an American jazz and rhythm & blues trumpeter and vocalist. A sideman for many other jazz musicians of his generation, Byrd was known as one of the rare bebop jazz musicians who successfully explored funk and soul while remaining a jazz artist. As a bandleader, Byrd was an influence on the early career of Herbie Hancock.
Right from the stop-start bass groove that opens "The Emperor," it's immediately clear that Ethiopian Knights is more indebted to funk – not just funky jazz, but the straight-up James Brown/Sly Stone variety – than any previous Donald Byrd project. And, like a true funk band, Byrd and his group work the same driving, polyrhythmic grooves over and over, making rhythm the focal point of the music. Byrd again leads a large ensemble, but with mostly different players than on his recent sessions; some come from the group assembled for Bobby Hutcherson's Head On album, others from the Jazz Crusaders. That's part of the reason there are fewer traces of hard bop here, but it's also clear from the title that Byrd's emerging Afrocentric consciousness was leading him – like Davis – to seek ways of renewing jazz's connection to the people who created it.