Eastern Sounds

Yusef Lateef - Eastern Sounds
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Doublez
91
The History of the Albums - n’241

In spite of the fact that he is a motto of opinions and that he does not have a discography that makes the unaminity, Yusef Lateef is a great figure of jazz because of his musical openness and his atypical side. This composer and multi-instrumentalist is a jazzman of reference who often swam against the current of what he was doing, bringing new sounds by exploring the music of the Middle East and Asia, being one of the first world music artists even ... read more
KIDWITHGUNs
69
IT IS SUNDAY, MY DUDES.

I'm doing this thing every Sunday where I get a random album from that weird feature at the bottom of the page. It was totally my idea.

This one was actually GOOD!

Yusef Lateef, the late American instrumentalist and composer releases his debut, which would also go down as his most popular.

Seeing that this album was from the early 60's and isolating itself in jazz and hard bop, I had a strong feeling that this wasn't going to be all that... exciting.

I wasn't ... read more
rich1977
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Recorded 5 September 1961, released June 1964.
Gaspurga87
89
"Love theme from Spartacus": simplemente sublime.
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Added on: July 2, 2017