Dreams Of A Love Supreme (Blue Vinyl)
STRICTLY LIMITED EDITION BLUE VINYL
Wendell Harrison was born in Detroit in 1942 where he began formal jazz studies for piano, clarinet and tenor saxophone. At 14, while still in high school, Harrison started performing and recording professionally withartists such as Marvin Gaye, Grant Green, Sun Ra, Hank Crawford ... and many others. In 1971, Harrison began teaching music at Metro Arts (a multi-arts complex for youth) where he also connected with Marcus Belgrave, Harold McKinney and Phil Ranelin...soon after they formed the (now legendary) Afro-centric Tribe record label and artist collective.
Tribe used the Metro Arts complex as a vehicle to convey a growing black political consciousness. Wendell Harrison also published the very popular TRIBE magazine, a publication dedicated to local and national social and political issues, as well as featuring artistic contributions such as poetry and visual pieces.
2. Sea Minor Blues
3. Pink Snowballs And Violet Skies
4. Belle Isle
5. Where Am I?
6. Dreams Of A Love Supreme