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David Axelrod - The Edge: David Axelrod at Capitol Records 1966-1970 (2005) [Jazz-Rock, Fusion]; FLAC (image+.cue)

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David Axelrod - The Edge: David Axelrod at Capitol Records 1966-1970 (2005) [Jazz-Rock, Fusion]; FLAC (image+.cue)

Unread postby Mike1985 » 10 Jun 2020, 11:49

Artist: David Axelrod
Album: The Edge: David Axelrod at Capitol Records 1966-1970
Genre: Jazz-Rock, Fusion
Label: Capitol Jazz (Blue Note Records / EMI)
Released: 2005
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
  1. David McCallum – House Of Mirrors 2:22
  2. David McCallum – The Edge 2:54
  3. Letta Mbulu – Pula Yetla 3:37
  4. Lou Rawls – Lifetime Monologue 1:52
  5. Lou Rawls – You've Made Me So Very Happy 4:25
  6. David Axelrod – The Smile 3:25
  7. David Axelrod – Song Of Innocence 4:31
  8. David Axelrod – The Mental Traveler 4:02
  9. David Axelrod – A Divine Image 4:37
  10. David Axelrod – London 2:47
  11. David Axelrod – The Fly 4:48
  12. David Axelrod – Human Abstract 5:27
  13. David Axelrod – Warning Talk, Part One 2:48
  14. David Axelrod – Warning Talk, Part Three 4:39
  15. David Axelrod – The Signs, Part One 3:44
  16. Don Randi – Theme From The Fox 3:54
  17. Cannonball Adderley – Tensity 12:35


Relegated to obscurity until leading hip-hop producers started mining his records for beats, producer and composer David Axelrod is a true American genius. There is no shortage of "Axe" compilations on the scene, but this one benefits from fluid programming, great artwork, and for the first time, mastered from the original session reels. One of Capitol Records’ leading producers in the studio, the majority of this Axelrod compilation is culled from his 3 solo albums for the label; Song of Innocence, Songs of Experience, and Earth Rot. Also present are some break beat covers by Lou Rawls, and an extended piece the Axe contributed to a Cannonball Adderley LP. Filled with spacey vibes, eerie flutes, and super-funky rhythm, this is the go-to compilation for Axelrod fans. If you have other compilations you’ll still want this, and if you don’t, get with it! –-Kristian St. Clair

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