Wendell Harrison

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The Tribe gathers (left to right): Wendell Harrison, Ron Johnson, Phil Ranelin, Lopez Leon, Harold McKinney, Vaughn Andre, Charles Moore.
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Wendell Harrison (with bassist Rod Hicks)
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Wendell Harrison

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For the first time in seven years, a new project from Detroit tenor sax legend and Tribe co-founder Wendell Harrison – one that proudly serves that legacy of essential, hard hitting jazz funk – working with a great group of Detroit players. It's About Damn Time was conceived to focus on beats and grooves, and it does so impeccably. Tracks include "Urban Expressions", "The Wok", "Love Juice" with vocals and keys by Amp Fiddler, "Take Time Out" featuring vocalist Linda Boston, "Daahoud" and "Lord Not Another Lover". Numbered limited vinyl edition of 400 copies! The included CD version has 4 additional tracks: "Pojo", "First Love", "Where Am I" and "April".

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www.margitproductions.com

Albums

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Rush and Hustle

The Eighth House

Entropy Records
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Urban Expressions

Wenha
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The Battle of the Tenors

Enja Records
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