Wednesday, September 28, 2011


Here is a great soul jazz gem titled "Brotherhood" from Kamal Abdul Alim. This funky track was featured on the trumpeter's 1983 self-titled album, which features some jazz heavy weights including James Spaulding (Alto & Flute), Bobby Watson (Alto & Soprano), Ron Burton (Piano), and Idris Muhammad (Drums). The remainder of the line-up is rounded out by some lesser known, yet solid musicians that include Sabu Adeyola (Bass), Abdul Wali (Guitar ), and Abdus Saboor (Percussion). The entire album is solid from start to finish, staying with an overall soulful jazz groove that blends nicely with some of the records more spiritual moments. Overall, this is an amazing jazz album that I highly recommend keeping an eye out for. Enjoy!

Kamal Abdul-Alim - Brotherhood

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1 comment:

mito. said...

very good! and: great blog.