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Moon Hymn - Idris Muhammad - Turn This Mutha Out (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Turn This Mutha Out is a album by Idris Muhammad. Produced and arranged by CTI/Kudu staff arranger David Matthews, it was aimed more at the R&B/dance market than the jazz market.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Turn This Mutha Out on Discogs/5(9).
  3. "Moon Hymn" is a duo tempo head tune that nods at War's "Slipping Into Darkness." Eric Gale is the guitarist on "Say What," a fusion of jazz and funk. Muhammad never solos, he didn't write any of the songs, he didn't arrange any, and he didn't produce, but that eternally funky, break-heavy drumming makes this an album only he could have recorded.
  4. Oct 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - IDRIS MUHAMMAD - COULD HEAVEN EVER BE LIKE THIS (ALEX ROQUE EDIT) YouTube Gwen McCrae - Keep The Fire Burning - Duration: MsCharlieRae 10,, views.
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  6. Turn This Mutha Out Idris Muhammad. US $ Vinyl LP Label Soul Brother. Tracklist: 1. Could Heaven Ever Be Like This 2. Camby Bolongo 3. Turn This Mutha Out 4. Tasty Cakes 5. Crab Apple 6. Moon Hymn 7. Say What. More products from Idris Muhammad Idris Muhammad Power of Soul: Limited Edition Yellow Vinyl.
  7. MUHAMMAD, IDRIS - Turn This Mutha Out - vepodandlighlicwall.kratpeiremahallospsforalermapoma.infoinfo Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in 1 x Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue UK A1 - Could Heaven Ever Be Like This () Mit der "Moon Hymn" geht es dann sehr ruhig weiter. Bei Stück Nummer 7 "Say What" ist dann schon Ende!5/5(1).
  8. One of the best jazz/funk/disco albums ever! The late great Idris Muhammad, Hiram Bullock, Michael Brecker, and Eric Gale all play their asses off on this legendary album. The beats, the solos and the wicked bass of Wilbur Bascomb make this a true classic. It /5(33).

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