Friday, February 26, 2016

ZULUZULUU -"Black Maybe"-mp3

Minneapolis experimental funk/soul/jazz collective ZULUZULUU with Greg Grease, Mykchal Fisher, Taylor Johnson, Elliot Surber, Telly Mo & DJ Just Nine take honor reinterpreting Syretta & Stevie Wonder's "Black Maybe" off Syretta's self-titled 1972 Motown album produced by Wonder. Shout out Afro-Punk on the premiere ZULUZULUU COVERS SYREETA AND STEVIE WONDER FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH ON “BLACK MAYBE” who notes "the band updates Stevie's paleo-future spaced-out arrangement with modern-retro synth pads and glitch effects, culminating in a glorious explosion. It's haunting, it's beautiful, it's powerful." As Fisher of ZULUZULUU explains: “Counsel with the wizards is that we did the joint to pay respect and homage to the ancestors as well as Stevie and Syreeta. But at the same time I feel that we are trying to manifest the energy of that era, that revolutionary period of blackness. The lyrics to the songs are potent today as much as they were at that time. we just want to reiterate the message in a cosmic jazz electro perspective.”

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