Review

Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids – Rhapsody In Berlin

Reissues of The Pyramids free-roaming private press jazz albums from the 70s attracted some attention recently. This new 7″ with Africa 70 rhythms, Parliament funk, and soaring spiritual jazz improvisations has really sucked me in. Check it out.

There’s an interview with the Pyramids online here.

1 Comment

  1. frank says:

    ooh this is slow and low and funky as all. gorgeous!

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