Egon’s Funk Archaeology at RBMA: Reconsidering Modal Jazz

Now-Again | Apr. 3, 2013 | Picks |

Linked below: Egon’s newest Funk Archaeology post at Red Bull Music Academy’s website, this time focusing on new considerations in modal jazz, which fans of this label’s Spiritual Jazz anthology will certainly find intriguing.

The exclusive download this time around: a second selection from Zambia’s Broadway Quintet, a most unique band from Lusaka who issued one of the only jazz albums in the country’s glorious 70s epoch.

The New Series: Reconsidering Modal Jazz – Egon’s Funk Archaeology at Red Bull Music Academy.
The Old Series: Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR.
Download: Broadway Quintet “Nifo Fine.”

3 Responses to “Egon’s Funk Archaeology at RBMA: Reconsidering Modal Jazz”

  1. dj.Bunuel says:

    How small the world of music is!

  2. Kabinda says:

    Oh man i remember this,my dad had this record and I remember playing the song “Amalume ” track ,i find it has alot of similarities with the Witch’s “chifundo”

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