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  1. Yozshushakar says:
    An eclectic band from Brooklyn, NY most often categorized as "funk", though their influences range from rock, blues, jazz, and African and Latin music as well. Their early albums (Mandrill, Mandrill Is, Composite Truth, Just Outside Of Town, and Mandrilland) are sometimes wild and experimental and sometimes danceable and fun, often times both.
  2. Kimi says:
    Jul 28,  · Mandrill also loved playing with different musical forms: "Rollin' On" moves from an average rock song to a torrid Latin jam and climaxes with a testifying gospel session. Most ambitious of all is the five-part, minute suite "Peace and Love," but the intriguing concept is negated by a few bizarre pieces, one of which sounds like a parody of Released on: July 28,
  3. Nazahn says:
    But Mandrill had that little special extra, between Santana, Chicago Transit Authority and a touch of Traffic along with some furious funk and AfroAmerican, as well as Central American musics. As a matter of fact, the band originating from NY qualified Nu Yorican (contraction between NY and Puerto Rico.4/4.
  4. Zolojin says:
    mandrill-warning blues by Dimitris Zorbas. Mandrill Love Song by Soulhawk. Mandrill - Mini-Suite for Duke by Mellovisions. Can You Get It (Suzie Cesar) MANDRILL by theOfficialQTIP. Mandrill Tee Vee by freein Mandrill & Michael Masser - Ali Bombaye I [].
  5. Bazshura says:
    Mar 04,  · Mandrill's jam-heavy brand of funk was liberally infused with Latin, Caribbean, and jazz influences, plus blues, psychedelia, African music, and straight-up rock. Their freewheeling approach was a definite influence on the Parliament-Funkadelic collective (an early incarnation of which actually served as their opening act), and their grooves.
  6. Dukora says:
    Aug 26,  · Mandrill's first record is one of the truly unique opuses of the late '60s hippie scene. They have a sound of their own but if you like early Santana, War, Sly, and the more high-energy late '60s-to-early-'70s hippie music in general, there's very little chance of not enjoying this/5(14).
  7. Malar says:
    Jan 01,  · Mandrill is the debut album by Brooklyn, New York based band Mandrill released in The album peaked at number twenty-seven on the Billboard R&B albums chart. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(8).
  8. Kisida says:
    There is a difference though;on their own self titled song and "Warning Blues" Mandrill have an harder driving approch in terms of how they knock the rhythms at you. Generally speaking the rhythms of Santana were a bit more trance-like. One of the best parts about Mandrill is the way in which they deal with slower songs/5(5).
  9. Nirn says:
    Song information for Warning Blues - Mandrill on AllMusic.
  10. Tagrel says:
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