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James 'Blood' Ulmer - Are You Glad To Be In America?

James 'Blood' Ulmer - Are You Glad To Be In America?
Performer: James 'Blood' Ulmer
Title: Are You Glad To Be In America?
Country: UK
Genre: Jazz / Funk & Soul
Style:Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Funk
Released: 1980
Catalog number: ROUGH 16
Label: Rough Trade
MP3 album szie: 1226 mb
FLAC album size: 2700 mb


1Light Eyed
2Jazz Is The Teacher (Funk Is The Preacher)
3Revelation March
5Are You Glad To Be In America?
6Time Out
7T.V. Blues


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DIW-400James Blood Ulmer Are You Glad To Be In America? ‎(CD, Album, RE)DIWDIW-400Japan1996
ROUGH 16James Blood Ulmer Are You Glad To Be In America? ‎(LP, Album, RE)Rough TradeROUGH 16UKUnknown
200.172, 200 172James Blood Ulmer Are You Glad To Be In America? ‎(LP, Album)Rough Trade, Rough Trade200.172, 200 172France1980
AH13James Blood Ulmer Are You Glad To Be In America? ‎(LP, Album)Artists HouseAH13US1981
ROUGH 16, Rough 16James 'Blood' Ulmer Are You Glad To Be In America? ‎(LP, Album)Base Record, Base RecordROUGH 16, Rough 16Italy1981


  • Alto SaxophoneOliver Lake
  • DrumsG. Calvin Weston, Ronald Shannon Jackson
  • Electric BassAmin Ali
  • Engineer [Mixing]Skipper Kidron
  • GuitarJames 'Blood' Ulmer
  • Lacquer Cut ByPorky
  • Mixed ByGeoff Travis, James 'Blood' Ulmer, Mayo Thompson, Roger Trilling
  • ProducerJames 'Blood' Ulmer
  • Producer [Assistant]Mayo Thompson, Roger Trilling
  • Rhythm GuitarWilliam Patterson (tracks: A4)
  • Tenor SaxophoneDavid Murray
  • TrumpetOlu Dara
  • Written-By, Arranged ByJames 'Blood' Ulmer


Original release with b/w sleeve (blue 'BLOOD' typography)

Back cover:
An A.R.M. Production with Rough Trade
Recorded 17/1/80, RCA Studios, NYC
Rough Trade Music Ltd. 1980
Rough Trade Records Ltd. 1980

On labels:
Rough Trade Records Ltd.
Rough Trade Music Ltd. 1980
Produced by A.R.M. & Rough Trade


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): ROUGM.16.A1 A PORKY PRIME CUT ─
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): ROUGM·16·B1 A PORKY PRIME CUT ─


  • Record Company – Rough Trade Music Ltd.
  • Record Company – Rough Trade Records Ltd.
  • Recorded At – RCA Studios, New York
  • Mixed At – A.R.M.
  • Mixed At – Rough Trade
  • Produced At – A.R.M.
  • Produced At – Rough Trade

Short intro

James Blood Ulmer - Guitar Amin Ali - Electric Bass Ronald Shannon Jackson - Drums G. Calvin Weston - Drums David Murray - Tenor Sax Oliver Lake - Alto Sax Olu. All tracks written & arranged by James Blood Ulmer. Rough 16 an . The album was released on CD with a new third mix by Joe Ferla, but the original running. James Blood Ulmer. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. In 1972, Ornette Coleman took guitarist James Blood Ulmer under his wing and taught Ulmer the principles of harmolodics, a musical system that treats the elements of harmony, rhythm, and melody equally. On Are You Glad to Be in America, it drives a series of group improvisations that are simultaneously complex and direct. Album 1980 10 Songs. Trouser Press describes Are You Glad to Be in America as an exceptionally fine album that reveals a staggering understanding of the roots of jazz, dance music, Eastern polyrhythms and harmolodic textures in a lively sound mix. he music fairly crackles. Track listing. All compositions by James Blood Ulmer. Layout - 5:02. Pressure - 3:48. James Blood Ulmer discography accessed July 9, 2010. Reissue Producer James Blood Ulmer, Kazunori Sugiyama. Rhythm Guitar William Patterson tracks: 4. Tenor Saxophone David Murray. Vocals James Blood Ulmer tracks: 4, 10. Recorded at RCA Studios, NYC on January 17, 1980. Mixed at Sound On Sound, NYC on November 3 & 4, 1994 Mastered at Foothill Digital, NYC Originally released on LP in 1980 by Rough Trade. Note new third mix. リミックスremix, in English can be read in Obi-strip. Refer to the English Liner Notes. 1995 diskUnion. James Blood Ulmer performs in Toronto at the Berkeley Church as part of SOLOS: the jazz sessions