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Aomawa: The 1970s Recordings
Artist: The Pyramids
Format: CD

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Label: Strut Records
Rel. Date: 07/15/2022
UPC: 4062548038590

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DISC: 1

1. LALIBELA
2. SHEBA'S DANCE
3. HIGH PRIESTESS
4. ROCK CHURCHES
5. DIALOGUE OF THE SPIRITS
6. MESENKO NIGHTS
7. INDIGO
8. YA A YA A YA A YA A
9. SUNSET AT GIZA
10. KING OF KINGS (1974) ]
11. MOGHO NABA (KING OF KINGS)
12. QUEEN OF THE SPIRITS Part 1
13. QUEEN OF THE SPIRITS Part 2
14. QUEEN OF THE SPIRITS Part 3
15. NSORAMA (THE STARS)
16. MY AFRICA
17. AOMAWA
18. BIRTH / SPEED / MERGING - Part 1
19. BIRTH / SPEED / MERGING - Part 2
20. BIRTH / SPEED / MERGING - Part 3
21. BIRTH / SPEED / MERGING - Part 4
22. REAFFIRMATION - Part 1
23. REAFFIRMATION - Part 2
24. REAFFIRMATION - Part 3
25. REAFFIRMATION - Part 4
26. JAMAICAN CARNIVAL - Part 1
27. JAMAICAN CARNIVAL - Part 2
28. BLACK MAN AND WOMAN OF THE NILE - Part 1
29. BLACK MAN AND WOMAN OF THE NILE - Part 2
30. BLACK MAN AND WOMAN OF THE NILE - Part 3
31. BLACK MAN AND WOMAN OF THE NILE - Part 4
32. JAMAICAN CARNIVAL
33. THE KING HE COMES
34. BLACK MAN AND WOMAN OF THE NILE
35. THEME FOR MARGAUX AND KAY

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PYRAMIDS / AOMAWA: THE 1970S RECORDINGS Strut present the first box set release to bring together the 1970s recordings of The Pyramids, led by Idris Ackamoor. As students at Antioch College, Ohio, alto saxophonist Idris Ackamoor, flautist Margaux Simmons and bass player Kimathi Asante created three lasting monuments in sound - Lalibela, King of Kings, and Birth / Speed / Merging, a trio of albums produced without any label backing or distribution between 1972 and 1976. Their music is unique among the varied canon of avant-garde and experimental music of 1970s America: high intensity African-styled percussion topped with songs, chants, and horns, laced with African instruments and arranged into long, flowing suites that surge and roll.