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Urban Blues

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Static In The Attic
Artist: James Emery with Alonzo Gardner, Leroy Jenkins, Terry Jenoure, Brandon Ross, Kamal Sabir
6:32
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Looking For The Blues
Artist: James Emery with Alonzo Gardner, Leroy Jenkins, Terry Jenoure, Brandon Ross, Kamal Sabir
9:58
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Baby Come On Home
Artist: James Emery with Alonzo Gardner, Leroy Jenkins, Terry Jenoure, Brandon Ross, Kamal Sabir
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Why Can't I Fly?
Artist: James Emery with Alonzo Gardner, Leroy Jenkins, Terry Jenoure, Brandon Ross, Kamal Sabir
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O.w. Fredrick
Artist: James Emery with Alonzo Gardner, Leroy Jenkins, Terry Jenoure, Brandon Ross, Kamal Sabir
7:19
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No Banks River
Artist: James Emery with Alonzo Gardner, Leroy Jenkins, Terry Jenoure, Brandon Ross, Kamal Sabir
4:05
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Through The Ages Jehovah
Artist: James Emery with Alonzo Gardner, Leroy Jenkins, Terry Jenoure, Brandon Ross, Kamal Sabir
2:56
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Violinist Leroy Jenkins was at the helm of Sting, which played funky and free, did originals and vintage spirituals, and would shift from stretches of collective improvisation to challenging solo exchanges. They were a unique, intriguing group, but sadly didn’t last. This 1984 album, reissued on CD, presented them at their best, displaying the breadth of influences, genres, sources and styles that converged and resulted in the work of a great band. – Ron Wynn