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Rastine - Afrodisiac album mp3
Jazz Instrument,Saxophone Jazz
  • Performer:
    Rastine
  • Title:
    Afrodisiac
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Jazz Instrument,Saxophone Jazz
  • Date of release:
    July 8, 1992
  • Duration:
    51:07
  • Recording location:
    DMZ
  • Size FLAC version
    1825 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1589 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1270 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    264
  • Formats:
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Afrodisiac may refer to: Afrodisiac (Fela Kuti album), 1971. Afrodisiac (The Main Ingredient album), 1973. Afrodisiac (comics), a Marvel Comics character. Afrodisiac (Brandy album), 2004. Afrodisiac, album by Rastine, 1992. Afro-Disiac, album by Willy Chirino, 2001. Afrodisiac", a 1995 song by Powder. Afrodisiac" (song), a 2004 song by Brandy. Aphrodisiac (disambiguation).

Rastine is represented exclusively by Don Mizell Management Associates, Windsor Hills, Calif. Album Artwork: "Neglected Intellectuals" seriougraph by Elisabeth Atnafu from Alitash Kebede Fine Arts, Los Angeles, Calif. AFRODISIAC ™ is an exclusive trademark of Don Mizell Productions.

With his erratic and overproduced debut album, Afrodisiac, saxophonist Rastine put most of his energy into appealing to the George Howard/Najee crowd but showed some awareness of acoustic post-bop a la John Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders. Although pretty weak overall, the CD does have its moments, including the optimistic "Kuma," an R&B-ish take on Miles Davis' "Milestones" (the late-'50s modal classic, not the song he did with Charlie Parker in 1947) and a catchy rap interpretation of Coltrane's "A Love Supreme.

Afrodisiac may refer to: Afrodisiac (Fela Kuti album), 1971. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Afrodisiac.

Afrodisiac is the fourth studio album by American singer Brandy, released on June 28, 2004 by Atlantic Records. The album was recorded primarily in Los Angeles between spring 2003 and early 2004, following several major changes in Brandy's personal and professional life. After giving birth to her daughter and the demise of her relationship with the father, Brandy's team was given an overhaul, including changes in production, management, and A&R

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Afrodisiac, album by Rastine, 1992. 1. Afrodisiac (Brandy album) – Afrodisiac is the fourth studio album by American singer Brandy, released on June 28,2004 by Atlantic Records. The album was recorded primarily in Los Angeles between spring 2003 and early 2004, following major changes in Brandys personal and professional life.

Credits

Sade Adu - Composer
African Unity - Rap
Elisabeth Atnafu - Artwork
Walter Becker - Composer
Cynthia Biggs - Composer
Rastine Calhoun III - Arranger, Drum Programming, Engineer, Mixing, Multi Instruments, Producer
John Coltrane - Composer
Miles Davis - Composer
Donald Fagen - Composer
Joel Gaines - Technical Support
Andrew Hale - Composer
K. Lee Hammond - Design
Andris Hill - Vocals (Background)
Mick Hucknall - Composer
Wendy James - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Alison Jefferson - Production Coordination Assistant
Wendy Jones - Vocals
Dean Karr - Photography
Salif Keita - Composer
Bob Marley - Composer
Stuart Matthewman - Composer
Eric McKain - Drum Programming, Drums, Percussion, Programming
Don Mizell - Arranger, Composer, Creative Director, Engineer, Executive Producer, Mixing, Producer
Neil Moss - Composer
Don Mtzell - Arranger, Producer
Alex North - Composer
Rastine - Arranger, Composer, Drum Programming, Flute, MIDI Keyboards, MIDI Programming, Primary Artist, Producer, Programming, Rap, Reco-Reco, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Keith Rouster - Bass, Technical Support
Dexter Wansel - Composer
Ken Williams - Chant
Kenny Williams - Chant

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Peg Walter Becker / Donald Fagen Rastine 4:14
2 So Much Trouble in the World Bob Marley Rastine 4:07
3 Spartacus Alex North Rastine 5:14
4 Holding Back the Years Mick Hucknall / Neil Moss Rastine 4:49
5 A Love Supreme John Coltrane / Don Mizell / Rastine Rastine 4:07
6 Milestones Miles Davis Rastine 3:26
7 Nothing Can Come Between Us Sade Adu / Andrew Hale / Stuart Matthewman Rastine 5:05
8 Nights Over Egypt Cynthia Biggs / Dexter Wansel Rastine 3:49
9 Afrodisiac Don Mizell / Rastine Rastine 4:57
10 Kuma Salif Keita Rastine 3:58
11 Natural Mystic Bob Marley Rastine 3:08
12 Karifa Salif Keita Rastine 4:08