The BLACK ARC Series
Black Arc blasts with vengeance into the collective consciousness of those who
embrace the music, eradicating the fake and transparent abuses of funk with
righteous and transcendent fury.
Abiodun Oyewole: 25 Years.
In his first solo album, Last Poet Abiodun Oyewole threads his crucial poetic songwriting
through an assortment of musical fabrics from jazz to African beats. The wide arc of
black experience is presented through words of truth and music of passion. With Umar
Bin Hassan, Don Babatunde, Aiyb Dieng, Bill Laswell, Henry Threadgill and more.
Jerome Brailey and Mutiny: Aftershock 2005.
Funky grooves, with
visions of Eddie Hazel in the guitar tracks, this keeps the funk alive. With Kevin
Williams, Chris Beasley, Nicky Skopelitis, Bernie Worell, Michael Hampton and Cherokee.
Zillatron: Lord of the
Harvest. Cyberfunk creations from Bootsy Collins and Bill Laswell, driving
funk into the virgin territories of ambient, hardcore, techno, and beyond with
Buckethead and Bernie Worrell. Think of this as Funkadelic meets Napalm Death.
The Last Poets: Holy
Terror. The new album by The Last Poets,legendary forefathers of rap and urban griots
supreme. Features Umar Bin Hassan, Abiodun Oyewole and guest poet GrandmasterMelle Mel
with music by Bootsy Collins, Bernie Worrell, Bill Laswell and Aiyb Dieng. Available
Slavemaster: Under The
Six. An organic fusion of hard, Gothic, heavy rock guitars with funk and
hip-hop grooves. The Islamic righteousness of bassist/vocalist Islam Shabazz
gives voice to the disenfranchised that cuts across cultures.
O.G. Funk: Out Of The
Dark. Raw, uncut funk from original Funkadelics Billy "Bass" Nelson, Bernie
Worrell and Jerome Brailey, with Melle Mell and Gary "Mudbone" Cooper. Great