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|1.||"Delta Six/Brighter Days" (previously unreleased)|
|2.||"Funky Fried Tofu" (alternative instrumental version)|
|3.||"Things Cannot Stop Forever" (alternative instrumental mix)|
|1.||"High Jazz" (alternative mix)|
|2.||"Isis Voyage" (previously unreleased)|
|1.||"High Jazz Reprise" (alternative mix)|
|2.||"Odwalla" (previously unreleased)|
|1.||"Space-A-Nova" (alternative version)|
|2.||"Things Cannot Stop Forever" (Al Kent version)|
|3.||"High Jazz" (Al Kent version)|
Released in 1977 Isis Voyage was, in part, a product of jazz's identity crisis. Funk and rock had pilfered almost all its younger listeners and bold moves needed to be made. Miles Davis did it with Bitches Brew, Herbie Hancock did it with Headhunters and Stanton Davis and his Ghetto Mysticism troupe did it with this. Now re-explored through a series of alternative recordings and mixes, the frenetic funky spirit remains at the very core of this work. From the never-heard-before star-gazing shamanic crescendo "Space-A-Nova" to a mesmerising instrumental of "Funky Fried Tofu" via some interesting reversions from Al Kent, this is an exciting new chapter to Stanton Davis's most compelling narrative.
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