A great one from bassist Henry Franklin - a player best known for his Black Jazz recordings of the mid 70s, but who here delivers a session that's every.
Tribal Dance (Album). Catalyst Records (3). US. 1977. Henry Franklin & Bob Mocarsky Featuring Chris Trzcinski - Shanghai (CD, Album).
Never Grow Old" was reissued by Checker Records in 1957, 1968 and 1973. Precious Lord (Part 1)" was reissued by Checker Records in 1960 and 1969. The following singles were released or re-released after Franklin left Columbia.
Home Henry Franklin Discography - session index, Catalog - album index. Henry Franklin Discography. 1972 (age 32). Henry Franklin. Black Jazz Records BJQD/17, BJ/17 Henry Franklin - The Skipper At Home Ovation Records OV-1801 Henry Franklin - Blue Lights. Jerry Rush, trumpet, flugelhorn; Al Hall J. trombone, baritone horn, percussion; Charles Owens, soprano, tenor sax, English horn, flute; Dwight Dickerson, piano; Kenneth Climax, guitar; Henry Franklin, bass; Sonship, drums, congas, bongos, gong, bells. Catalyst CAT-7618 Henry Franklin - Tribal Dance. 1985 (age 45). Henry Franklin And Crew. Rob Blakeslee, trumpet; Marchel Ivery, sax, tenor sax; Fred Raulston, vibes; Gary Fisher, piano; Henry Franklin, bass; Paul Guererro, drums; + Bob Ackerman, maketi flute; Lee Ann Harris, bongos; Martha Burke, vocals.
Franklin played on Hugh Masekela's 1968 number one single, "Grazing in the Grass," as well as with Masekela's band at the Monterey International Pop Festival in June 1967. In addition, Franklin has played and recorded with Gene Harris & the Three Sounds, Hampton Hawes, Freddie Hubbard, Bobbi Humphrey, Willie Bobo, Archie Shepp, . Smith, Count Basie, Stevie Wonder and Al Jarreau .
The Skipper at Home FRANKLIN,HENRY. The Skipper Henry Franklin. O, What a Beautiful M. ranklin, Henry. Music to the 5th Power Franklin, Henry. Hunter Franklin, Henry. If We Should Meet Aga. The Skipper at Home Franklin, Henry. Tribal Dance Franklin, Henry. Basic Instincts Franklin, Henry. See all 11 albums by Henry Franklin.
Born October 1st, 1940, Henry Franklin is a native of Los Angeles whose earliest memories of jazz were through his father, Sammy Franklin, a renowned trumpeter and bandleader. As a child, Henry was encouraged to take music seriously and with that he understood its emotional power.
Tribal Dance" was released in April 1993 as the second single from the group's second album, No Limits!. The UK release once again omitted the main rap, but left in more vocals from Ray than any of their previous releases. The release scored chart success in many European countries topping the charts in Finland, Portugal and Spain. The song also topped the chart in Israel and the Canadian dance chart while peaking at on the US dance charts.
- Recorded At – Sage & Sound
- Art Direction – David Lartaud
- Bass – Henry Franklin
- Drums, Congas, Gong, Bells – Sonship*
- Engineer – Jim Mooney
- Guitar – Kenneth Climax*
- Photography By – Scott Windus
- Photography By [Front Cover Photo] – Jim Cummins
- Piano – Dwight Dickerson
- Producer – Pat Britt
- Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, English Horn, Flute – Charles Owens
- Trombone, Horn [Baritone], Percussion – Al Hall, Jr.*
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Jerry Rush
NotesRecorded at Sage & Sound Studios, Hollywood, CA. January 1977
|PCD-23181||Henry Franklin||Tribal Dance (CD, Album, RE)||P-Vine Records||PCD-23181||Japan||2001|
|CAT-7618||Henry Franklin||Tribal Dance (LP, Album, Promo)||Catalyst Records||CAT-7618||US||1977|
Performer: Henry Franklin
Title: Tribal Dance
Date of release: 1977
Style: Soul-Jazz, Latin Jazz
Size MP3: 1910 mb
Size FLAC: 1603 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
Other Formats: MIDI ASF DMF DXD AUD XM TTA