Friday, June 30, 2017

John Stubblefield - Bushman Song (1986)

Smooth, funky, South American- and African-flavored fusion led by saxophonist John Stubblefield. Today I have this thing that I think is called a day off -- I know, the fuck is that? -- and I guess it means that I'll be sitting on my ass, watching Judge Judy with my lady, getting high, and listening to jazz, new age, and black metal.

Track listing:
1. Bushman Song (Electric Version)
2. Serenade to the Mother Land
3. Some Things Never Change
4. Mwé Malad O
5. Loss of a Moment
6. East Side - West Side
7. Calypso Rose
8. Bushman Song (Acoustic Version)

Free spirits

More along these lines:
Steve Kuhn -
Trance (1975)
Caldera -
Time and Chance (1978)


  1. Geri Allen just died 2 days ago, kinda cool that you are cranking this today.

    1. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that that's why I was listening to this haha

  2. Indeed, RIP Geri Allen. One of the most nuanced pianists ever, to these ears. Hearty thanks for the post.

  3. First, RIP to Geri Allen.
    Second, thank you for turning me on to this album! I'm listening now and it's a lot of fun. Smooth and funky and melodic, with gorgeous playing.