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8 thoughts on “ Feed Me Good - The Har-You Percussion Group - The Har-You Percussion Group (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. (Alto legend Jackie McLean worked with the group at one point earlier). A fantastic raw mix of funky bass, heavy drums, burning horn lines and soulful vocals, this is quite simply one of the great Latin releases of all-time. Includes the monster tracks "Welcome to the Party," "Feed Me Good," and "Oua-Train." TRACKLIST: Feed Me Good
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Har-You Percussion Group on Discogs/5(24).
  3. The Harlem Youth Percussion Group grew out of that zeitgeist. Musical Director "Montego Joe" recorded thissuper-energetic, talented, and raw Afro-Cuban ensemble in The resulting album is a collectible that stands the test of time because the tracks are good from top-to-bottom.5/5(5).
  4. Amazon Music Unlimited HD Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Open Web Player MP3 cart Settings Har You Percussion Group Artist Overview Albums. Digital Music. Top Albums Feed Me Good. Feed Me Good. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Har-You Theme.
  5. Har-You Percussion Group: Har-You Percussion Group (LP, Vinyl record album) - A legendary bit of Latin from the New York scene of the 60s – recorded by a host of youthful p -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.
  6. The Har-You Percussion Group - The Har-You Percussion Group. Release information. Artists: The Har-You Percussion Group. Label: CuBop. Catno: CBLP Formats: 1x Vinyl LP Album Limited Edition Repress. Country: US. Release date: Jan 1 Out of stock Add to wantlist. Tracklist. A1 - Feed Me Good. A2 - Barrets Bag. A3 - Ngoma. A4 - Oua.
  7. The events that led to the creation of the HAR-YOU project and the formation of the HAR-YOU Percussion Group out of the Harlem Youth Act were the stuff of legend: consider, for instance, the fortuitous meeting of extraordinarily talented bassist and Charles Mingus student Julien Euell, in his incarnation as Executive Director of the Arts & Culture Division of the HAR-YOU Act, and Musical.
  8. Just after the Harlem riots in , Roger "Montego Joe" Sanders was given the opportunity to mentor a group of young men. He was involved with HAR-YOU, the acronym for Harlem Youth Unlimited—his role including teaching them Afro and jazz percussion.

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