Jazz + Jazz = Stanton Davis’ Ghetto Mysticism

Stanton Davis’ Ghetto Mysticism released their Brighter Days album in 1977, an album that dishes up a healthy slab of out-of-this-world jazz that veers across genre boundaries between the funk driven rhythm and bass and intergalactic keys. But then again this what the late seventies, what else should we expect?

Stanton Davis Jr was an American jazz trumpeter and educator who gave his name to the group for the release of the aforementioned album – catch the Wiki for his details

The Brighter Days LP was repressed – courtesy of US label Cultures Of Soul – since its original and much sought after original pressing. Treat yo’self over at Juno

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