Horace Tapscott conducting the Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra
Oooh! Now this is a good one. Horace Tapscott is, in the opinion of this Norman Records™ dogsbody, one of the most underrated spiritual jazz artists of the 20th Century. The heady brews that he cooked up with the Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra are some of the most innovative and potent Afrofuturist compositions you’ll hear for a long time. 1978 LP The Call has been out of print for decades, so it’s a real treat that Outernational Sounds have managed to secure the rights to this reissue. The crush of strings that kick off ‘Peyote Song No. III’ are the same ones you hear sampled on the opening track of Romare’s Meditations On Afrocentrism.
- Vinyl LP (OTR009)
- In stock and ready to ship
- Last copy