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Branford Marsalis & Buckshot LeFonque — I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Album: Music Evolution
Avg rating:
4.8

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Total ratings: 39








Released: 1994
Length: 7:17
Plays (last 30 days): 0
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Frankly, I'm surprised by such a low rating. It's good stuff to these ears, and certainly fits within the eclectic mold of RP.

Have another listen, you naysayers.
CafeRacer wrote:
This is just plain bad. This is just like muzak with something or other about birds delivered in the same style as the sale reminders and clean up on aisle three notices you would normally hear.
Everything in me wants to agree with you...but I like it. Not enough to buy or anything, but damn it all, I like it. I can not defend myself on this one. :think:
My favorite part was the silence at the end.
You can't say that trumpet near the end isn't worth at least a 7 folks!!
This is just plain bad. This is just like muzak with something or other about birds delivered in the same style as the sale reminders and clean up on aisle three notices you would normally hear.
I'm giving it a 7 just for the band name.
Nice change of pace!
Cool! :cool:
Awesome tune.
Gil Scott Heron was a true innovator
Putting the 'ick' in eclectic.
jstraw wrote:
Not exactly the best Buckshot track... ummm.
:yes: But maybe it's the opening wedge! :dance: :whisper: It's the one I would have used to try to get on the playlist! I can't see B&R playing "Doin' it MY WAY..." :eh:
Not exactly the best Buckshot track... ummm.