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The Detroit Experiment - Revelation

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The Detroit Experiment - Revelation (from The Detroit Experiment on a Ropeadope Label, 2002) http://www.discogs.com/Detroit-Experiment-The-Detroit-Experiment/master/133279 TracklistHide Credits 1. Space Odyssey Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] -- Amp Fiddler 2. Think Twice Saxophone [Alto] -- Allan Barnes Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] -- Jeremy Ellis 3. Revelation Synthesizer -- Amp Fiddler Flute -- Allan Barnes Saxophone [Tenor] -- Bennie Maupin Violin -- Regina Carter 4. Baby Needs New Shoes Guitar -- Perry Hughes 5. There Is A God Violin -- Regina Carter 6. Church Organ, Clavinet -- Amp Fiddler Handclaps -- Aaron Levinson* Tambourine, Handclaps -- Karriem Riggins 7. Enterluud 8. Vernors Guitar -- Perry Hughes Clarinet [Bass] -- Bennie Maupin 9. Too High Vocals, Keyboards, Synthesizer -- Amp Fiddler 10. Highest 11. Midnight At The Twenty Grand Flute -- Allan Barnes Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] -- Amp Fiddler 12. A Taste Of Tribe 13. The Way We Make Music Percussion -- Karriem Riggins Vocals [Chorus] -- Athletic Mic League Rap -- Invincible (2) Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] -- Amp Fiddler 14. Revelation Reprise Credits: Bass -- Al Turner (tracks: 3, 4, 8, 14), Jaribu Shahid (tracks: 1, 6, 11, 13) Drums -- Karriem Riggins (tracks: 1, 6, 11, 13), Ron Otis (tracks: 2, 3, 4, 8, 14) Percussion -- Francisco Mora Catlett (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6, 11, 13, 14) Piano -- Geri Allen (tracks: 3, 5, 14) Trumpet -- Marcus Belgrave (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 8, 14) Track originaly written and performed by Doug Carn and realesed on Black Jazz Label on Revelation LP Following the success of the critically acclaimed Philadelphia Experiment, Ropeadope's newest music lab is Detroit. DJ/producer Carl Craig presents the Detroit Experiment - featuring a house band of Detroit's finest musicians, including Regina Carter, Bennie Maupin, Geri Allen, Marcus Belgrave and others - "turning the city's expansive music history inside out with jazz-funk, exploding into soulful deep house, simmering down into space-age gospel, and rising up again for a hip-hop throwdown. Easily the first (and last) flawless record of 2003" - John Murph (Downbeat) More about artists and this project on: http://www.ropeadope.com/music/record/the_detroit_experiment/ http://www.ropeadope.com/rdc/ http://www.ropeadope.com I do NOT intend to ruin artists, their inheritors or the starving music industry, and if there is a problem with this upload drop me an e-mail and I'll be a good boy and remove it!