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Jagger The Dagger - Eugene McDaniels - Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse (CD, Album)

29.12.2019 Mam 8 Comments


Download Jagger The Dagger - Eugene McDaniels - Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse (CD, Album)
2005
Label: Water - water150 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: Fusion


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8 thoughts on “ Jagger The Dagger - Eugene McDaniels - Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse (CD, Album) ”

  1. Voodoosho says:
    CD version of the group's fourth album from (out of stock) $ The Asteroid No. 4 - Collide LP 13OC (13 O' Clock Records) New, second pressing of the ninth studio album from this long-standing San Francisco bay area psych group! The album comes in a nice gatefold jacket with a foldout insert and a download code.
  2. Gardaran says:
    Nov 08,  · “Jagger the Dagger”’s eerie and immediately distinctive groove, conspicuously sampled by A Tribe Called Quest and the Gravediggaz, is largely derived from Whitaker’s arrangement of electric piano and bass. Also present at the session was a close friend of McDaniels, a young singer by the name of Roberta Flack.
  3. Gogor says:
    The Point Of No Return [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED] by Gene Mcdaniels Audio, Published by Jasmine Music Audiolibro, Cd: 1. How Deep Is The Ocean (The Sultans) 2. Good Thing Baby (The Sultans) 3. I Cried My Heart Out (The Sultans) 4. Baby Don't Put Me Down (The Sultans) 5. Boppin' With The Mambo (The Sultans) 6. What Makes Me Feel This Way (The Sultans) 7.
  4. Tonris says:
    Love the use of that delay pedal on the guitar during Jagger the Dagger, for instance HIGHLIGHTS: The Lord is Back, Headless Hero, Susan Jane, Freedom Death Dance: Every list of obscure albums should come back to this legend of a cult of an album, Eugene McDaniel's Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse.
  5. Mumuro says:
    Mar 28,  · edited over 14 years ago. referencing Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse, LP, RE, 'Jagger the Dagger' will always be the remembered and praised track from this superb album, but the quality does filter through to pretty much all the other tracks. 'Supermarket Blues' is an amusing tale about the Rev Mc/5().
  6. Garamar says:
    "Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse" is one of those cult albums that get labelled as "legendary" although few people have ever heard them. In contrast to some mainstream hits of its time and despite (or because of?) being unavailable for decades, the album's fame is constantly growing. Rappers from Eric B & Rakim to the Beastie Boys have raided it for samples and mentioning it has become a sure .
  7. Tucage says:
    McDaniels is an official genius in my book, having a solid mainstream career before writing classics for people like Roberta Flack ('Compared to What') and then releasing two of the most awesome albums of the early 70s ('Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse' and 'Outlaw'). 'Jagger the Dagger' has a sleazy lilting groove that lets Gene and the.
  8. Tezragore says:
    Nov 08,  · Harry Whitaker is reflecting on the long-awaited release of his first album as a leader, recorded when he was thirty-four years old. Now a well-seasoned fifty-nine (“I’m older, not more mature,” he clarifies), he is savoring the fruits of a philosophy that guided him throughout a rich career spent supporting a galaxy of headliners.

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