The Harlem Experiment

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The Harlem Experiment
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Studio album by The Harlem Experiment
Released October 30, 2007
Genre Jazz
Length 48:51
Label Ropeadope Records
Producer Andy Blackman Hurwitz,
Aaron Levinson,
Louis Marks
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The Harlem Experiment is the self-titled album resulting from a collaborative project including Carlos Alomar, Steve Bernstein, Don Byron, Eddie Martinez, bassist Ruben Rodriguez, and drummer Steve Berrios. Guests includes multi-genre vocalist Queen Esther, bluesman Taj Mahal; vocalist/guitarist James Hunter; trumpeter Olu Dara; turntablist Larry Legend; and the poet muMs da Schemer.[1] The album is a follow-up to Ropeadope Records' earlier albums The Philadelphia Experiment and The Detroit Experiment.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Intro
  2. One for Jackie
  3. Rigor Mortis
  4. Reefer Man
  5. Harlem River Drive
  6. Bei Mir Bist du Schön
  7. Mums' Interlude
  8. It's Just Begun
  9. Mambo a la Savoy
  10. a Rose in Spanish Harlem
  11. One for Malcolm
  12. Lil' Bit
  13. Think
  14. a Rose in Spanish Harlem (instrumental) [2]
  15. Walking Through Harlem

Personnel[edit]

  • Aaron Levinson - Producer of tracks 01 through 14
  • Andy Blackman Hurwitz - Producer of track 15
  • Andy Blackman Hurwitz - Assistant Producer
  • Andy Blackman Hurwitz - Executive Producer
  • Louis Marks - Executive Producer

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