Black Woman

Sonny Sharrock - Black Woman
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May 1969 / Release Date
LP / Format
Vortex / Label
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EarCandy
43
Appearing near the beginning of the avante-garde jazz movement in the 1960s, Sonny Sharrock dominated, with his unique approach to guitar playing that utilized somewhat abrasive chordal techniques, similar to that of a saxophone. Sonny Sharrocks playing wasnt overly technical and flashy, rather it was sometimes amateurish, but in the way in which he played with such verve and emotion it was nothing short of amateurish, it was powerful.

Sonny Sharrocks closest musical accomplice was his wife ... read more
zachthesnack
75
If you want the sounds of a woman violently screaming and moaning incoherently as if satan himself was ass-fucking a demon into her body over a bombastic avant-garde jazz backdrop..

Look no further than this
Doofy
18
A powerful statement.

An unlistenable statement.
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MahmutCanMavi
96
Insanely displeasing, but also mesmerizing
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Track List

  1. Black Woman
  2. Peanut
  3. Bialero
  4. Blind Willie
  5. Portrait of Linda In Three Colors, All Black
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Added on: August 22, 2017