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JOE HENDERSON, MCCOY TYNER, BOB CRANSHAW, ELVIN JONES, MCCOY TYNER
This early recording by Joe Henderson is not only one of the finest of all of his fine recordings, but is also a high point for 1960s jazz. At this point in his career, Henderson was a full-time member of Horace Silver's combo and did not yet have a steady band in his hire. He is joined on Inner Urge by veterans of other combos: McCoy Tyner and Elvin Jones from John Coltrane's unit and Sonny Rollins sideman Bob Cranshaw. This album is perhaps the best Henderson recorded in his long and illustrious career, and stands easily alongside the best records of the era.
1. INNER URGE (Joe Henderson) 2. ISOTOPE (Henderson) 3. EL BARRIO (Joe Henderson) 4. YOU KNOW I CARE (Duke Pearson) 5. NIGHT AND DAY (Cole Porter)
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As humans, we are aware of our inner beast and should therefore be able to control it. We understand our hard-wired primal urges and why they exist in an evolutional sense. We understand the relationship between mind and body. Highly evolved and intelligent, we should be able to recognize these genetic hangovers and control them as a means to act positively and move forward as a compassionate species. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Recent global events have proven this. The human race is consuming itself. World Eater, the new album by Benjamin John Power's Blanck Mass project, is a reaction to this. There is an underlying violence and anger throughout the record, even though some of these tracks are the closest Power has ever come to writing, in his words, actual love songs.
1. John Doe's Carnival of Error 2. Rhesus Negative 3. Please 4. The Rat 5. Silent Treatment 6. Minnesota / Fas Fors / Naked 7. Hive Mind
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