Recorded at RCA Studios, NYC on January 17, 1980. Mixed at Sound On Sound, NYC on November 3 & 4, 1994 Mastered at Foothill Digital, NYC Originally released on LP in 1980 by Rough Trade. Note "new (third) mix". リミックス"(remix, in English) can be read in Obi-strip. Refer to the English Liner Notes.
No Escape from the Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions is an album by American guitarist James Blood Ulmer recorded in and released on the Hyena label in 2003. The album features Ulmer covering ten blues standards and two of his own compositions including "Are You Glad to Be in America?" recorded at Electric Lady Studios.
Guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer has been heard in many contexts, covering Ornette Coleman on the fantastic, muted Music Speaks Louder Than Words, playing gritty soul blues on the aptly monikered Forbidden Blues. But this 1980 set captures Ulmer in all his glory. When hearing this, there's no doubt why Coleman was such a fan. Ulmer compresses the dual rhythms of drummers Ronald Shannon Jackson and G. Calvin Weston just as Coleman has done with his own Prime Time . 9. Revelattion March. 10. Are You Gald to Be in America? Product details.
Studio album by James Blood Ulmer. he music fairly crackles. All compositions by James Blood Ulmer.
Studio Album, released in 1980. Songs, Tracks Listing. A1 Layout A2 Pressure A3 Interview A4 Jazz Is The Teacher (Funk Is The Preacher) A5 See-Through B1 Time Out B2 . Blues B3 Light Eyed B4 Revelation March B5 Are You Glad To Be In America? Line-up, Musicians. Bass - Amin Ali Drums - G. Calvin Weston , Ronald Shannon Jackson Guitar - James 'Blood' Ulmer Saxophone - Oliver Lake Saxophone - David Murray Trumpet - Olu Dara. Releases information. Recorded 17 January 1980, NYC.
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Filed under Eclectic Fusion By JAMES BLOOD ULMER. Blues B3 Light Eyed B4 Revelation March B5 Are You Glad To Be In America? Total Time: 41:51.
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|RT 045||James Blood Ulmer||Are You Glad To Be In America? (7")||Rough Trade||RT 045||UK||1980|
|SRT 485||James Blood Ulmer||Are You Glad To Be In America? (7", Single)||Rough Trade, GAP Records||SRT 485||Australia||1980|