Album artwork for Voices and Rhythms Of The Creative Profile by Harold McKinney

The influential Detroit pianist’s sole 1970s album. Remastered and lacquered by Bernie Grundman.

The Tribe label, one of the brightest lights of America’s 1970s jazz underground, receives the Now-Again reissue treatment. This is your chance to indulge in the music and story of one of the most meaningful, local movements of the 20th Century Black American experience, one that expanded outwards towards the cosmos. In the words of the collective themselves, “Music is the healing force of the universe.”

Included in an extensive, oversized booklet, Larry Gabriel and Jeff “Chairman” Mao take us through the history of the Tribe, in a compelling story that delves not just into the history of the label and its principals, but into the story of Black American empowerment in the latter half of the 20th Century.

The booklet features never-before-seen archival photos and rare ephemera from Tribe’s mid-1970s heyday.

Harold McKinney

Voices and Rhythms Of The Creative Profile

Now Again Records
Album artwork for Voices and Rhythms Of The Creative Profile by Harold McKinney
LP

$30.99

Black
Released 02/18/2022Catalog Number

NA5212-LP

Harold McKinney

Voices and Rhythms Of The Creative Profile

Now Again Records
Album artwork for Voices and Rhythms Of The Creative Profile by Harold McKinney
LP

$30.99

Black
Released 02/18/2022Catalog Number

NA5212-LP

The influential Detroit pianist’s sole 1970s album. Remastered and lacquered by Bernie Grundman.

The Tribe label, one of the brightest lights of America’s 1970s jazz underground, receives the Now-Again reissue treatment. This is your chance to indulge in the music and story of one of the most meaningful, local movements of the 20th Century Black American experience, one that expanded outwards towards the cosmos. In the words of the collective themselves, “Music is the healing force of the universe.”

Included in an extensive, oversized booklet, Larry Gabriel and Jeff “Chairman” Mao take us through the history of the Tribe, in a compelling story that delves not just into the history of the label and its principals, but into the story of Black American empowerment in the latter half of the 20th Century.

The booklet features never-before-seen archival photos and rare ephemera from Tribe’s mid-1970s heyday.