Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka


Catalyst: Uzuri
From: The Funkiest Band You Never Heard (Disc 2) (1972-75, Muse/1999, 32 Groove)

The ever elusive 'Uzuri'...
A cursory amalgamation of variant 'Uzuri' descriptive quotes follows:

"...contains classic '70s elements of liquid electric piano, chimes, and the exotic texture of sleigh bells."

"'Perception' (the album) defies this CD title (Funkiest Band You Never Heard) completely, Brown's (Al Johnson (bass) comprised the original group; Johnson left to work with Chuck Mangione and was replaced by Tyrone Brown) soft, beautiful 'Uzuri' is a dazzler. ...Very little funk here."

*Production credit: Da Beatminerz on Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka from Heltah Skeltah's Nocturnal
album of July 1996
*"Sound pound straight through your bubble vest" quote from Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka; reference


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