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Abdul Rahim Ibrahim Formerly Doug Carn Al Rahman Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son


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At its best, the Abdul Rahim Ibrahim Formerly Doug Carn Al Rahman Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son has a nice spiritual groove with spacey keyboards, and a vocal approach that sounds a bit like Jon Lucien or Bigga Rub A Dub Dance Chilly Chilly Ayers. Tracks include the spiritual jazz classics Al Rahman, a fifteen minute prayer.

As the original liner notes said: Part of the purpose of this album is to show the members of the funk-pop-rock and Jazz-Afro-Cuban-Latin and the Traditional-Blues-Gospel oriented subcultures in western societies that the Arabic language and Islamic Din are not necessarily alien to them. And more specifically, to show that the syllablistic expression of the be-bop language and the evolved musical ideas of the great innovators John Coltrane and McCoy Tyner are equally Arabic in nature, as Jazz itself is a word of Arabic Origin.

Reminded me a little of Lonnie Liston Smith. This album is a nice mix of ballad, and a soul funk fusiony feeling, mostly in English, occasionally in Arabic! On first listen it may occasionally seem quirky beyond palatability though the second time I went through this CD I suddenly found myself liking it a lot more.

This album came out in and it definitely has a feeling of the times. Since I mentioned Lonnie Liston Smith earlier they seem to be in a comparable categoryI'd also like to recommend "Renaissance" by Smith if you can find it - it truly soars. It has a unique feeling that may or may not be best described by quoting from the original liner notes on the music:. And more specifically, to show that the syllabilistic expression of the be-bop language and the evolved musical ideas of the great innovators John Coltrane and McCoy Tyner are equally Arabic in nature, as Jazz itself is a word of Arabic Origin To some Sheiks of Quran and Islamic Jurist, the preceding paragraph is pure heresy.

However with all due respect, this album is not for them Part of the problem lies in the fact that the intelligence arms of certain rival military and religious groups in centuries past saw fit to inject many false ideas into the hadiths traditions of Muhammad P.

The Fertile Crescent. Another aspect of the problem is a matter of Education - as most of us do not accept music for what it really is The basic component of music is sound. And sound James Tatum James Tatum Live At Orchestra Hall The Paradise Theater but the audible vibrations Abdul Rahim Ibrahim Formerly Doug Carn Al Rahman Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son matter.

In addition, all sound vibrations produce notes. Notes in reality are any phenomina indicating or producing pitch, frequency, wave length, wave form, modulation and duration, etc.

When these phenomina are duplicated or mathematically considered in any way, they produce harmony and rhythm. Therefore, any sound can be considered music just as any music can be considered likeable or dis-likeable. The smashing of atoms, street noise, spoken languages, the chirping of birds, the blowing winds, and rock and roll Abdul Rahim Ibrahim Formerly Doug Carn Al Rahman Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son all forms of music - music that is variously organized or dis-organized in different ways Therefore I hope that this album will help man to transcend the "misconceptions" that causes a Priest to chant Holy Scriptures in a perfect oriental scale modeand then turn around and say that Various Blues is evil, and that what he himself is creating is not equally music Viewing a photograph that reveals his contempt for his son, he feels he deserves nothing less than death.

Then things take a turn for the worse. Find out why these Norton recording artists are the toasts of both Europe and Bushwick! The closest thing we will ever see to a cross between Slim Harpo and Harpo Marx. The result is an amazing self-titled debut album. Find out what all the fuss is about with what is sure to be an incendiary live session!

Misty City 6. Underwater People 9. Midday Blues At Midnight Disc 2 1. Instant Insanlty 2. Patterns Indangerous 3. Richy On Seven 4. Next Message 5. Muffled Memories 6. Good Kiss. LABEL global. The Constant Gardener. LABEL movie. JUZU a. Tracks include the spiritual jazz classics Al Abdul Rahim Ibrahim Formerly Doug Carn Al Rahman Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son, a fifteen minute prayer. As the original liner notes said: Part of the purpose of this album is to show the members of the funk-pop-rock and Jazz-Afro-Cuban-Latin and the Traditional-Blues-Gospel oriented subcultures in western societies that the Arabic language and Islamic Din are not necessarily alien to them.

And more specifically, to show that the syllablistic expression of the be-bop language and the evolved musical ideas of the great innovators John Coltrane and McCoy Tyner are equally Arabic in nature, as Jazz itself Abdul Rahim Ibrahim Formerly Doug Carn Al Rahman Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son a word of Arabic Origin.

Reminded me a little of Lonnie Liston Smith. This album is a nice mix of ballad, and a soul funk fusiony feeling, mostly in English, occasionally in Arabic! On first listen it may occasionally seem quirky beyond palatability though the second time I went through this CD I suddenly found myself liking it a lot more.

This album came out in and it definitely has a feeling of the times. Since I mentioned Lonnie Liston Smith earlier they seem to be in a comparable categoryI'd also like to recommend "Renaissance" by Smith if you can find it - it truly soars.



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  2. Grole
    Aug 03,  · Abdul Rahim Ibrahim Formerly Doug Carn Abdul Rahim Ibrahim Formerly Doug Carn - Al Rahman! Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son ‎ (CD, Album, RE)/5(5).
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  6. Toramar
    Feb 01,  · Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son on Discogs. Label: Tablighi Records - TBL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Funk, Jazz-Funk Abdul Rahim Ibrahim Formerly Doug Carn - Al Rahman!/5(16).
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  7. Kemuro
    Spiritual jazz afficionados and groove heads will remember the three amazing albums they cut together on the legendary Black Jazz label in the early s before going their own ways. Doug Carn later recorded an album as Abdul Rahim Ibrahim "Al Rahman! Cry of the Floridian Tropic Son" somewhat recently reissued on CD.
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  9. Nikojora
    Cry of the Floridian Tropic Son" somewhat recently reissued on CD. Former wife Jean Carn went on to be one of the amazing voices behind Norman Connors's and Dexter Wansel's blends of spiritual jazz and sophisticated soul grooves, and then becoming a big star for Philadelphia International Records with a string of disco hits including the awesome "Was That All It Was.".
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  10. Kajizil
    abdul rahim ibrahim / al rahman! cry of the floridian tropic son. abdul rahim ibrahim / al rahman! cry of the floridian tropic son (tablighi.
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