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8 thoughts on “ Miss Sagitt (Instrumental) ”

  1. Preacherman / Time To Face The Sun / Beware / We Gonna Have A Party / Don't / Chant To Mother Earth / We're Out Together / Miss "Sagitt" (Instrumental) African rock pioneer, Blo’s debut album, ‘Chapter One,’ was originally released by EMI in Blo is most known for being the first rock band to emerge from Africa.
  2. It is a style/genre that is heavily reliant upon Western string instruments (electric guitars and bass) along with Psychedelic Rock infused guitar effects (wah-wah and fuzzbox), the genre is based around Western chordal progressions (mainly minor) and an overall Western structure. This style is emphasized on instruments like synthesizer and organ.
  3. The third legendary album from the Don Rendell/ Ian Carr Quintet – and a set that really has the combo stretching out in the new kind of freedoms offered by the Landsowne series at the time! The group had already made fantastic waves on their previous two albums – but here, the songs are longer, the ideas more expansive, and the overall sound is more intense – as the tenor, soprano sax.
  4. 08 Miss Sagitt (instrumental) This band from Nigeria became very famous among collectors worldwide. Perhaps this is the most sought after album from Africa. The 3 members, Berkely Jones, Laolu Akintobi and Mike Odumosu created the name BLO from B for Berkely, L for Laolu and O for Odumosu. 2 members toured with Ginger Baker in and BLO.
  5. Dec 30,  · On the instrumental track, "Miss Sagitt", it even sounds Arabic towards the latter half of the track. The bass and drums are fantastic also, but most of the “African beat" was reduced to traces because they were in fact completely absorbed into the heavy rock drive.
  6. Nov 30,  · The aim of this blog is to introduce the readers to music that is out of print, commercially unavailable, released under a creative commons license, or with approval by the featured artist. The majority of the music posted here would be considered underground. Don't let that fool you into thinking that the music featured here might be any less enjoyable than that of the mainstream artists you Missing: Miss Sagitt.
  7. At the time nothing sounded quite like it. The album is an extraordinary mixture of funky James Brown beats and spacey psychedelic guitar jams (check out the superb instrumental “Miss Sagitt”). Album opener “Preacherman” combines both these styles into something really far out and classic.
  8. The album is an extraordinary mixture of funky James Brown beats and spacey psychedelic guitar jams (check out the superb instrumental “Miss Sagitt”). Album opener “Preacherman” combines both these styles into something really far out and classic. The spiraling acid guitar solos and shuffling drum work really stand out on this cut.

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