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Sample this song. Title Artist. Holy Thursday. Holy Thursday on Song Of Innocence. Mucho Chupar. The Human Abstract. The Edge. Overture on Messiah. The Warnings Part II. The Sick Rose. A Divine Image. David Axelrod The Edge David Axelrod At Capitol Records 1966 1970 Fly.
If super-producer David Axelrod played professional basketball he'd probably have been "Pistol" Pete Maravich. Sometimes it's easy to mistake Axelrod's showy productions for bombastic and soulless affairs, much like Maravich's ill-regarded and ostentatious ball-handling. But also like Maravich, Axelrod used flash as a means to substance, not a substitute for it. His Capitol years, where he threaded the deep breakbeats of power drumming typically courtesy the unshakeable Earl Palmer with ornate orchestration, are akin to Pistol Pete's ridiculously unheralded four-year term at Louisiana State University.
They scored at will and dazzled in the process. The majority of the 17 tracks come from Axelrod's solo albums, particularly his first two Echo The Bunnymen Ocean Rain Blake-inspired works, Song of Innocence and Songs of Experienceessential if only as a tour guide through early Fela Ransome Kuti And The Africa 70 Why Black Man Dey Suffer hip-hop.
These albums have literally been a rap producer's delight for years. Pete Rock cribbed from "Smile" for "Strange Fruit".
Underground Resistance w Yolanda Your Time Is Up, Yeah Yeah Yeahs Show Your Bones, Various Until The End Of The World Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack, Ben Harper And Relentless7 White Lies For Dark Times, Moral And Life Is, Mort Stevens And His Orchestra Original Hawaii Five O TV Sound Track, Yves Hayat Conversation Between The East And The West, Aesops Fables In Due Time, Various Further Adventures In Techno Soul, TSOL Dance With Me, Eddie Palmieri With Harlem River Drive Recorded Live At Sing Sing