Ansel And The Meditations - Tricked mp3 album
- Performer: Ansel
- Title: Tricked
- Genre: Reggae
- Formats: AAC AIFF AHX MP4 AU ASF XM
- Released: 1976
- Style: Roots Reggae
- MP3 album: 1746 mb
- FLAC album: 1119 mb
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 625
Album: The Power of the Trinity: Great Moments In Reggae Harmony, 2013.
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The album was considered the "spiritual follow-up to A Love Supreme. It features Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders as soloists, both playing tenor saxophones. Much of the recording is avant-garde, featuring extensive passages in free rhythm and extended saxophone techniques such as honked and overblown notes, as well as multiphonics. This would be the last Coltrane recording with long-time partners drummer Elvin Jones and pianist McCoy Tyner.
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That single brought the singers to television and helped snag them their first Caribbean, on a junket that included Culture, the Tamlins, Carl Dawkins, and Leroy Smart. The seminal Wake Up arrived in 1978, and was again filled with another bundle of hit singles, including Fly Natty Dread, Turn Me Loose, and the title track. However, by now, the trio were extremely unhappy with the re-numeration they were receiving from Dobson, and severed their ties with the producer.
Although the group would not acquiesce to his demand to produce their next album, they were willing to cut a few singles for him. No Peace, House of Parliament, and Think So duly followed, with the latter song making quite a splash in Britain, where Island released it on the flip of the Cridland-produced Life Is Not Easy single. As the decade faded, the trio’s star brightened. A number of Wailers provided musical accompaniment on that song, as well a clutch of other recordings from this period. Unfortunately, Cridland had a falling out with Tuff’s label manager, and with that, the projected album was no more.