Voice – João Bosco 1:00 B6 Corsário 4:53. Companies, etc. Manufactured By – Discos CBS Indústria e Comércio Ltda. B2, B3) Piano – Hugo Fattoruso (tracks: A5, A6, B4) Producer – Sérgio Carvalho Soprano Saxophone – Ricardo Pontes (tracks: A4), Zé Carlos (tracks: A1) Tenor Saxophone – Paul Liberman (tracks: A3) Trombone – Serginho (tracks: A3) Trumpet – Bidinho (tracks: A3), Don Harris (tracks: A3) Written-By – Aldir Blanc (tracks: B6). Notes João Bosco played a . uguiyama Acoustic Guitar, model 1981.
Boscoe (LP, Album, RE). Numero Group, Kingdom Of Chad Records. Issued in a pressing of just 500 copies, 1973’s Boscoe documents an explosive live act unclouded by the passage of time. Free of studio polish or perfectionism, every bass run booms, every vocal rumbles over a patina of reverb. Before Side A ends, we witness the invocation of death, a war for peace that black America must fight, Malcolm X’s violent passing, brains already in the grave, God’s damning of us all, and a glib parody of The Star Spangled Banner, all delivered by a crawling funk fusion as eager to blast us awake with harsh words as with insistent.
Free Download "Boscoe - 1973 - Boscoe" Album. Find out more about the artist and the album. gr A Funk, Soul, Jazz & R&B digital record collection. One of the hippest records ever to come out of Chicago – the sole recording by Boscoe, a group who was even more obscure and experimental than contemporaries like The Pharoahs or Artistic Heritage Ensemble!
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Boscoe by Boscoe, released 06 November 2007 1. Introduction 2. Writin' On the Wall 3. He Keeps You 4. We Ain't Free 5. If I Had My Way 6. I'm What You Need 7. Money Won't Save You 8. Now and Den Chicago's South Side in the early 70s was an epicenter of African-American musical creativity: Art Ensemble of Chicago, Sun Ra's Arkestra, Phil Cohran's Artistic Heritage Ensemble, and others led the charge away from mainstream, commercial music. An outsider even in an outsider subculture, Boscoe - both band and self-titled album - has been denied a place in the Great Black Music only by its own profound obscurity.
Songs in album Bosco - b. (2017).