Amazing jazz music from this self tought jamaican born tenor saxophonist who moved to Germany and in the seventies, formed his own group named "The Talismen" with who he released a few now very rare albums
In 1975, he recorded his first album ("Soundnitia") from which "Song for my father" and "Mariella' amor" are taken. The following year "Soundmagnificat" was released and in 1980 his final album, "Soundmusication". Two years before, in 1978, he spent time in tenerife where he recorded his arguably finest composition, simply titled "Gisela (lion rock)". It came out on 45 rpm single housed in an extremely cool picture sleeve and today it is without question one of the rarest and most sought after german jazz 45s. All three albums as well as the 45 were released on his own, private label ("Gorbra records") which he ran together with his wife gisela.
This is an official re-issue, done in cooperation with gisela gore. The album is limited to 500 (numbered!!!) copies. The record is housed in a high quality tip-on record jacket and comes with a bonus 45rpm single: "Gisela (lion rock)" / "Summertime (prev. Unreleased).
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