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8 thoughts on “ Eternal Worlds - Julian Priester Pepo Mtoto* - Love, Love (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Check out Love, Love by Julian Priester Pepo Mtoto on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.xyzinfo(16).
  2. Julian Priester Pepo Mtoto - Love, Love (ECM). 4/3/17 from Wantlist to Favorite sleeves:) Miguel Gonzalez Album Art Mix Video Album Cover Design Visual Communication Art Google Album Covers Cover Art Backdrops Graphic Design Jazz.
  3. Love, Love is a monster of an album. Despite its age (30+ years), it's a must for anybody interested in living, breathing, unexpected music. Julian Priester was an alumnus of Blue Note, Sun Ra and most importantly for this record, of Herbie Hancock's revolutionary Mwandishi group which recorded only three albums in its all too brief lifetime.
  4. On "Love,Love", Pepo Mtoto lays back when it's grooving, absorbs and focuses the energy at the point of meltdown, then climbs upon and stands shining atop a glorious cachophony of sound and wonder. "Love, Love" is rare and wonderful/5(17).
  5. Julian Priester Pepo Mtoto, Hadley Caliman (flute), Pat Gleeson (synthesizer), Hadley Caliman (saxophone), Hadley Caliman (bass clarinet), Bill Connors (electric guitar), Ron McClure (electric bass), Kamau Eric Gravatt (drums), Bayete Umbra Zindiko (piano), Julian Priester (trombone), Julian Priester (horn), Julian Priester (whistle), Julian Priester (synthesizer).
  6. Composer: Julian Priester (Pepo Mtoto) Recorded June 28 and September 12, at Different Fur Music, San Francisco. Born in Chicago on June 29 , Julian Priester spent his teenage years performing in Chicago's vibrant RnB scene with artists such as .
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  8. Over a decade after his last solo album, Julian Priester staked out his own territory in the realms of jazz fusion with this esoteric set under his Pepo Mtoto alter ego - a guise he had first adopted in Herbie Hancock's Mwandishi-era band, which had just been dissolved after the completion of Sextant.

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