Harriet Tubman :: Blacktal Fractal

In the liner notes of NYC jazz trio Harriet Tubman's new album, Araminta, the great pop critic Greg Tate writes: "This is the music of lyrical and mythopoeic Blackfolk with liberated, decolonized and highly elevated consciousness. It is lyrical, righteous and volcanic." Evoking the modern civil rights cry of our time, "Black Lives Matter," Tate concludes, that on this record -- which features the guest trumpet work of the legendary . . .

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