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Juju Street Songs

by Gary Bartz

Juju Street Songs by Gary Bartz

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Juju Street Songs

by Gary Bartz

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Label: Prestige Records
Gary Bartz steps into his own on this 1973 album, jumping back and forth between alto and soprano saxophone and delivering a solid set of exploratory, rhythmic tunes. His 10-minute overhaul of the Jackson Five's "I Wanna Be Where You Are" will leave you winded, as will the rock-solid "Bertha Baptist." Andy Bey lends his incredible vocals to "Black Maybe."

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Gary Bartz steps into his own on this 1973 album, jumping back and forth between alto and soprano saxophone and delivering a solid set of exploratory, rhythmic tunes. His 10-minute overhaul of the Jackson Five's "I Wanna Be Where You Are" will leave you winded, as will the rock-solid "Bertha Baptist." Andy Bey lends his incredible vocals to "Black Maybe."

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About This Album

Gary Bartz steps into his own on this 1973 album, jumping back and forth between alto and soprano saxophone and delivering a solid set of exploratory, rhythmic tunes. His 10-minute overhaul of the Jackson Five's "I Wanna Be Where You Are" will leave you winded, as will the rock-solid "Bertha Baptist." Andy Bey lends his incredible vocals to "Black Maybe."