Saturday, May 25, 2013

Joe Henderson - Black Is the Color (1972) + Black Narcissus (1976)

Two phenomenal records from legendary jazz saxophonist Joe Henderson. Black Is the Color marks Henderson's first usage of studio overdubbing, while Black Narcissus finds him incorporating synthesizers into the mix for a heady, spaced-out sound. Both records are fueled by hard, conga-driven grooves, and serve as excellent additions to the more experimental end of Henderson's discography.

Track listing:
-Black Is the Color-
1. Terra Firma
2. Vis-A-Vis
3. Foregone Conclusion
4. Black Is the Color (Of My True Love's Mind)
5. Current Events
-Black Narcissus-
1. Black Narcissus
2. Hindsight and Forethought
3. Power to the People
4. Amoeba
5. Good Morning, Heartache
6. The Other Side of Right

...Is the Color


  1. Thanks for posting these, tim! Cant wait to listen. Were you thinking of putting up "multiple"? I just found it on vinyl and was planning on ripping it.

  2. I'm really enjoying this so far. Very nice!