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Seeds of Fulfillment

Live from Studio 1 (LP)

Label: Tramp Records

Format: LP

Genre: Jazz

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Newly unearthed, never before issued jazz funk hailing from Columbus, Ohio, recorded in 1982 by the short-lived project, Seeds of Fulfillment, Live from Studio 1 drowns the ear in the deep grooves, hair raising tonal interplay, and complex polyrhythms rising from African American communities at the dawn of the 80s.

* 2021 Stock. Limited to 500 hand-numbered copies* Columbus, Ohio was a test market for cable and public access cable television in 1980. One time our band was playing an outdoor concert in a downtown park and I saw television cameras pointed in our direction. I couldn't resist talking to the people handling the cameras and was introduced to the man in charge of All-American Cablevision, Craig Schneider. He invited the band to do a concert in their TV studio.

By the time that actually happened, Randy Mather had gone on the road with Woody Herman. I'm pretty sure he recommended Paul Maslin to take his place. Paul learned our whole book in two weeks. I thought that was incredible! When we got to the studio the day of the taping, one of the band members told me Jeanette Williams wouldn't be with us on the show. She already had an obligation for that day. We played the entire show live with no stopping and no retakes. For public access shows they didn't want to have to stop and start taping if they could avoid it.

They kept the master tapes for only two or three weeks at most for a quick rerun. Then they would reuse the master tape for another show unless you bought the master. By the time I learned this it was already too late to buy the master they'd made of our outdoor show. As the studio was looking for volunteers I soon found myself behind the camera, then directing shows. I even wrote and directed three episodes of a comedy show I called Looney. Little did I know Seeds of Fulfillment was in its last days. When it ended, Paul said he knew some musicians in the Chicago area, and asked if I would like to go along. I said yes. It was 1982.

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Cat. number: TRLP-9080
Year: 2019