The Traveler Donald Byrd. A video for the song “State of Clarity” includes clips from the movie Fritz the Cat. The album is the fourth entry in the Jazzmatazz series. Item added to wishlist. A longtime jazz aficionado, Guru enlisted some of the genre’s most accomplished musicians including Lonnie Liston Smith, Branford Marsalis, Donald Byrd and Roy Ayers, among others, to craft the opus. Underground rapper Kool Keith at this point still a member of the Ultramagnetics also makes an appearance.
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Check out five best songs from the album for your listening pleasure. Still, what makes the Jazzmatazz albums special is the live synthesis of jazz and rap. Respect the Architect Keith Elam. Item added to wishlist. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Respect The Architect feat. This is preceded by “Skit B [A Lot On My Mind],” which features Guru being comforted by a female attempting to relieve his stress, setting the tone effectively for the rest of the track.
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Nobody Knows The Real Deal. Something in the Past Keith Elam. The variety of guest artists adds diversity and originality to each track, and gives guru jazzmatazz vol 2 album a distinct jazz feel. Some of the big guns of jazz found their way into the album, including Branford Marsalis who, of course, had already experimented with urban beats a bit with his Buckshot Lefonque projectFreddie HubbardRamsey Lewisand Kenny Garrett.
Listen to this album and millions more. It is the first such project to feature established rappers. This second release to the Jazzmatazz series slightly toned down the jazz rap punch that made the first volume memorable.
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The Street Scriptures Guru 1. In some ways, the personnel on this album may be slightly superior to the first outing, but the music also seems a tiny bit blander. The success of the first volume prompted a sequel, Guru’s Jazzmatazz, Vol. Guu Allen April 12, Guru gets contemplative on the Jazzmatazz finale, “Revelation,” a thoughtful cut that finds the lyrical half of Gang Starr dropping gems alongside guest MC Bu.
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Despite being a relative unknown, Bu manages to steal the show with impressive rhymes and an undeniable presence.