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  1. Feb 17,  · Black Octopus, an Album by Paul Jackson. Released in on Eastworld (catalog no. EWLF; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Funk, Jazz Fusion. Featured peformers: Paul Jackson (electric bass, producer, cover design), Alphonse Mouzon (drums), Ray Obiedo (electric guitar), Bennie Maupin (tenor saxophone), Bryan Bell (associate producer, engineer), Hideo /5(1).
  2. May 16,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Black Octopus on Discogs/5(56).
  3. Paul Jackson. The Headhunter. Translation Paul Jackson Trio; New Bass; Geraldine; News; Shows; Bass Lesson; Black Octopus. Black Octopus. Comments are closed. Web site design by Tim Boomer login. Powered by Nirvana & WordPress.
  4. Paul's first Solo LP "Black Octopus" is still available. These are the last Limited Edition Japanese reprints sold directly by Paul. Black Octopus was originally recorded in the late 70's in Japan. it received excellent reviews and has stood the test of time as a funk classic. This CD features additional tracks not recorded on the original LP.
  5. Something of a lost funk legend, Black Octopus was recorded by bassist Paul Jackson during a tour of Japan with Herbie Hancock's Headhunters, but didn't see an American release until more than two decades dathistazahnmoditius.infoinfoted with four bonus tracks, the album lives up to the reputation it developed in exile, its blend of "Chameleon"-like fusion, disco, R&B, and spacy jazz driven by Jackson 6/
  6. Listen to and buy Paul Jackson music on CD Baby. Download or buy the CD Black Octopus by Paul Jackson on the independent record store by musicians for musicians. the best independent music store on the web. Cart Redeem Download Card Find an order / download. My Account.
  7. In other words, when Paul gets down, you sit up and listen! When first listening through "Black Octopus" Paul suddenly becomes much more than "Herbies bass player" and I believe this collection of songs helps to illuminate the many sides of this great musician which I was previously unaware of/5(6).
  8. Dec 01,  · Paul Jackson: Black Octopus by Jim Santella, published on December 1, Find thousands reviews at All About Jazz!

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