Madlib – Mind Fusion Vol. 2

Madlib, Mind Fusion — May 5, 2009 | Comments (9)

Mind Fusion Vol. 2: Jazz, Funk, Soul

Track 1

0:00 – Nat Adderley “Song of the Valdez Diamond” from Double Exposure (Prestige, 1975)
0:30 – Brian Auger “Beginning Again” from Straight Ahead (RCA Victor, 1974)
2:51 – Johnny Hammond “Back To The Projects” from Gambler’s Life (Salvation Records, 1974)
5:31 – Cesar Mariano and Cia “Metropole” from São Paulo Brasil (RCA, 1977)
7:25 – Human Egg “Love Like This” from Human Egg (Lizard, 1978) and Jean-Pierre Massiera’s Psychoses Discoïd (2007)
9:09 – Michal Urbaniak’s Fusion “Ilex” from ATMA (Columbia, 1974)
11:47 – Peter Lipa “My Album” from Moanin’ (Opus, 1984) Note: This track is on the 1984 vinyl edition of the album, not the CD reissue.
13:45 – Mary Lou Williams “Pale Blue” from Free Spirits

Track 2

0:00 – Henry Franklin “Cosmos Dwellers” from Tribal Dance
1:53 – Azymuth “Pertido Alto” from Light as a Feather
3:44 – Elvin Jones “Moon Dance” from Time Capsule
6:24 – Patrice Rushen “Before The Dawn” from Before the Dawn
8:29 – JuJu (Oneness of Juju) “Nia” from Chapter Two, Nia
10:04 – Marcos Valle “Não Tem Nada Não” from Previsão do Tempo
11:13 – Azar Lawrence “Theme for a New Day from People Moving (Prestige, 1975)

Track 3

0:00 – Inspector Clouseau “L’Automne” from Teenage Troupeau Bleu (Frog Note, 1988)
1:45 – Joyce “Longe do Tempo from Encontro Marcado (1969)
2:44 – Jackie McClean “Soul” from ‘Bout Soul (Blue Note, 1967)
3:00 – Ennio Morricone “Dies Irae Psichedelico” from Escalation (Cam, 1968)
4:00 – Ken Rhodes “Profile” from Profile (Amayana, 1974) Note: This was confirmed by Ken Rhodes himself, even though he no longer has a copy of the album. Someone send Ken Rhodes a copy!
5:27 – Stefano Torossi “Fearing Much” from Feelings (Carosello, 1975)
6:11 – Duke Ellington “Didjeridoo” from The Afro-Eurasian Eclipse
7:31 – Marcos Valle “Azimuth” from Mustang Côr de Sangue (1969)
9:22 – Bayete “Let The Music Take Your Mind” from Seeking Other Beauty (1972)
10:24 – Azymuth “Nothing Will Be As It Was (Nada Será Como Antes)” from Telecommunication (Milestone, 1982)
11:30 – Jackie McClean “Soul” from ‘Bout Soul (Blue Note, 1967)
11:55 – Lorez Alexandria “Baltimore Oriole” from For Swingers Only
14:02 – Pharoah Sanders “Casino Latino” from Beyond a Dream
17:50 – George Duke “Nigerian Numberuma” from The Inner Source
18:33 – George Duke “Feels So Good” from The Inner Source
20:12 – Jackie McClean “Soul” from ‘Bout Soul
20:24 – Willie Tee & The Gaturs “Concentrate” from Wasted (1970)
21:33 – Egberto Gismonti “Janela de Ouro” from Sonho 70 (Polydor, 1970)
22:49 – Cal Green “Revolution Rap” (Mutt & Jeff, 1972), also released on Super Cool California Soul Vol. 2 (Luv N Haight)

Thanks to STMB, The-Breaks, aka, J. Rocc, Egon and others for the track list.

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9 Comments »

  1. Track 3
    5:27 – Stefano Torossi – Fearing Much (Feelings)

    Comment by dd — May 21, 2009, 11:50 pm
  2. The only songs i want to know are the 2 “unknown” pieces from Track 1 at 7:25 and 11:45!!I’ve had these albums since they came out and still have had NO luck finding out what these 2 songs are and or the name of the artists who made them!!!I just want to listen to them i am not a biter nor am a dj just curious so i can LISTEN to the whole songs!!!pleeease help with these 2!

    Comment by D'znuhts — June 3, 2009, 7:17 pm
  3. *sigh* my last comment was deleted. Just wanted to pop in and say that this is pretty much all taken from the list we’ve been making over at the-breaks and stonesthrow.com/messageboard. If you’re going to just post other peoples’ lists, you may as well get them right:

    Track 1
    7:25 – Human Egg – Love Like This (Human Egg)

    Track 3
    0:00 – Inspector Clouseau – L’Automne from Teenage Troupeau Bleu
    3:00 – William Shatner – Lux æterna from Lux æterna

    Comment by aka — September 26, 2009, 11:38 pm
  4. A song is missing from Track 1.

    5:23-5:33 – Calvin Keys “Shawn-Neeq” from Shawn-Neeq (Black Jazz Records, 1971)

    It’s played very briefly, but it’s a terrific, mellow track that’s well worth including in the tracklist.

    Comment by Mr. Attention — November 8, 2009, 11:21 am
  5. im blurred by all thiz mikzed cdz. great.
    see you from earth.

    Comment by BLOWMBEATZ — January 13, 2010, 6:32 am
  6. wow thank you very much!!! been searching for that Johnny Hammond Tracks for years
    love

    Comment by Can — May 4, 2011, 7:20 am
  7. @Mr. Attention YO! Thanks for that one! Been chasing that little gem for quite some time now! Finally got it! One down and a bunch more to go. An other reason Madlib is one of the greatest. He def played a big part in my delving into the abyss of music. Like a brick tied to my feet.

    Peace.

    Comment by noer — February 3, 2013, 3:30 pm
  8. Wow, Madlib is a genius! I wish i could personally thank him for this collection of GEMS. This album has inspired me to search deeper into the realm of jazz/funk/soul.

    Comment by Jack Press — February 28, 2013, 12:49 pm
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