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Tapscott, Horace / The Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra: Ancestral Echoes: The Covina Sessions, 1976

Label: Dark Tree Records
Product Code: 29609
Catalog Code: DTRS13
Country: France
 
Price: $15.95



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A well-recorded studio session from 1976 of pianist, composer and community educator Horace Tapscott with his Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, a large and ecstatic ensemble with superb soloing; previously unissued, this is a major addition to Tapscott's catalog, and includes a 12 page color booklet with detailed information about the band, personnel and the recording.


Tapscott, Horace / The Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra / Great Vocie of UGMAA: Live At Lacma, 1998 [VINYL]

Label: Dark Tree Records
Product Code: 29608
Catalog Code: DTRS11LP
Country: France
 
Price: $27.95



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Formed in 1961 with the goal of preserving, developing and performing African-American music, pianist Horace Tapscott is heard in this well-recorded concert from 1998, his last public performance, at LACMA in Los Angeles with a 20 piece orchestra including sax, trombone, a 12 member chorus, three bassists, and 3 percussionists; a significant addition to Tapscott's catalog.


Tapscott, Horace w/ the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra and the Great Voice Of Ugmaa: Why Don't You Listen? - Live at LACMA, 1998

Label: Dark Tree Records
Product Code: 27752
Catalog Code: DTRS11
Country: France
 
Price: $16.95



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Formed in 1961 with the goal of preserving, developing and performing African-American music, pianist Horace Tapscott is heard in this well-recorded concert from 1998, his last public performance, at LACMA in Los Angeles with a 20 piece orchestra including sax, trombone, a 12 member chorus, three bassists, and 3 percussionists; a significant addition to Tapscott's catalog.