04. Pharoah Sanders
Love is Everywhere
Mt. Morris Park (Marcus Garvey Park), NYC, 1972 β 30:42
- Pharoah Sanders β sax
- Joe Bonner β piano
- Stanley Clarke β bass
- Lawrence Killian β percussion
- Jimmy Hopps β drums
This long performance occurred in Harlem at what was then known as Mt. Morris Park Campus , later to be re-named Marcus Garvey Park. We have recently discovered that this concert was Us held on July 7, 1972.
A sample film of wholesale nfl jerseys this event is part of Jumaβs video archive in this website. The film shows a group of children sitting on stage while Pharoahβs band performs. At one point in PC the concert the kids were given percussion instruments and joined in. Accordingly, in this rendition of βLove is Everywhereβ Pharoah shares a microphone cheap nfl jerseys with a cheap nba jerseys young boy who shouts out to the crowd.
A studio version of βLove is Everywhere,β originally recorded for Impulse in 1973, is currently available Sonny only Simmons on the Sonny Japanese import album Love In Us All. The line-up for this recording is Pharoah, Joe Bonner, piano, James Branch, flute, Cecil McBee, wholesale jerseys bass, Norman Wholesale Seattle Seahawks Jerseys Connors, drums, Lawrence Killian, percussion, James Mtume, percussion, and Badal Roy, percussion.
As noted above, the drummer on this date is Jimmy Hopps, who played with Pharoah, Joe Bonner, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Jimi Hendrix, Charles Tolliver, Stanley Cowell, and Cecil McBee. Jimmy Hopps is known today as Jimmi EsSpirit.