JuJu ‎– Chapter Two: Nia (1974)

Chapter Two: Nia is the second of two albums by American avant-garde/spiritual-jazz ensemble Ju Ju, released in 1974 on Strata-East. The band would morph into Oneness of JuJu for the following year’s African Rhythms.

A1. “Introduction” (2:40)
A2. “Contradiction” (5:10)
A3. “Black Experience” (3:44)
A4. “Nia” (8:36)
B1. “The End of the Butterfly King” (6:10)
B2. “Black Unity” (15:58)

Plunky — producer, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute, percussion
Ngoma Ya Uhuru — bells, poetry
Babatunde — drums, congas, whistle
Phil Branch — bass
Al Hammel Rasul — piano, shakere, percussion
Lon Moshe — vibraphone, percussion
Simbo — congas

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