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The San Francisco Bay Area has long been a hotbed of R&B and hip-hop-talent, from Sly Stone to Raphael Saadiq to the Hieroglyphics rap crew. Joining the prestigious hit list is Martin Luther, a singer, songwriter, and musician who was named after the civil rights activist. On his stellar sophomore disc, Rebel Soul Music -- the follow-up to his overlooked debut, The Calling -- Luther follows in the tradition of Jimi Hendrix and Lenny Kravitz by eschewing genre lines to create a distinct blend of funk, rock, and soul. This is especially evident on the politically charged "Ms. America." Backed by fierce guitar licks, Luther spins a tale of an America that does not ...
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Barnes & Noble - Rashaun Hall
The San Francisco Bay Area has long been a hotbed of R&B and hip-hop-talent, from Sly Stone to Raphael Saadiq to the Hieroglyphics rap crew. Joining the prestigious hit list is Martin Luther, a singer, songwriter, and musician who was named after the civil rights activist. On his stellar sophomore disc, Rebel Soul Music -- the follow-up to his overlooked debut, The Calling -- Luther follows in the tradition of Jimi Hendrix and Lenny Kravitz by eschewing genre lines to create a distinct blend of funk, rock, and soul. This is especially evident on the politically charged "Ms. America." Backed by fierce guitar licks, Luther spins a tale of an America that does not promise liberty and justice for all. Similarly, he pays homage to his hometown on the melancholy "No Place Like Home," on which Luther depicts the seedier side of a city better known for the picturesque Golden Gate Bridge and the bohemian Haight Street. Slowing down the tempo, Luther showcases his softer side on the melodic and uplifting "Rise," which serves as a wake-up call to a generation lost: "What's happening, little brother / Are you still getting by / On the corner everyday, you like the pay / Are you still getting high?" A member of the Roots' okayplayer family, Luther does what few of his contemporaries have successfully done: He offers an informative and entertaining mix of social commentary and boundary-pushing music.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/21/2004
  • Label: Image Entertainment
  • UPC: 014381270822
  • Catalog Number: 2708

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Daily Bread
  2. 2 No Place Like Home
  3. 3 Rise
  4. 4 Sleep Walking
  5. 5 Growing Pains
  6. 6 Liquid Sunshine
  7. 7 Lust
  8. 8 Truth or Dare
  9. 9 The I.R.S.
  10. 10 Rebel Soul Music
  11. 11 Ms. America
  12. 12 NYCG
  13. 13 Muse Sick Dreams
  14. 14 Prodigal Sun
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Martin Luther Primary Artist, Vocals
Kevin Carnes Musician
George Clinton Guest Appearance
Thomas Pridgen Drums, Musician
Eric Smith Bass, Musician
David Boyce Musician
Don McKinzie Drums, Musician
Omega Background Vocals
Nelson Braxton Bass, Musician
Tracy Bartlow Vocals
Silk-E Vocals
Isaac Smith Trombone, Group Member
Chico Holiday Vocals
Uriah Duffy Bass, Musician
Bnai Rebelfront Guitar, Musician
Pascael Boyet Arceneaux Keyboards, fender rhodes, Musician
Sanford "Noshun" Biggers Musician
Sundra "Sun" Manning Hammond Organ, fender rhodes, Musician
Dante McClinton Drums, Musician
Omega Brooks Vocals
Amp Live Musician
Mike Tiger Synthesizer, Moog Synthesizer, Musician
Corey Hogan Tenor Saxophone, Group Member
Jackie Coleman Vocals
Vernon Hall Bass, fender rhodes, Musician
Paisley Hinton fender rhodes, Musician
BZ Lewis Musician
M. Lu Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Martin Luther "M.L." McCoy Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Musician
Strata Horns Strings, Musician
Brian Warfeild Trumpet, Group Member
Wild Bunch Horn, Musician
Technical Credits
Matt Kelly Engineer
Larry Gold String Arrangements
?uestlove Producer
Anthony Anderson Composer
Martin Luther Composer, Audio Production
Sol Messiah Producer
Stephen Marsh Mastering
Pascael Boyet Arceneaux Arranger, Composer, Programming, Producer, Engineer, Writer, Digital Editing, Creation
Sanford "Noshun" Biggers Producer
Amp Live Producer
Jeffrey L. "Jeff" Alston Executive Producer
Pierre Bennu Liner Notes
Goodvibe Revolutionaries Executive Producer
Vernon Hall Producer
Paisley Hinton Producer, Inspiration
James Engineer
Jamyla Liner Notes
BZ Lewis Contributor
M. Lu Producer
Martin Luther "M.L." McCoy Arranger, Sound Effects, Producer, Engineer, Writer, Contributor
Shawn Peters Executive Producer
Pos RED Cut
Tom Tor Art Direction
Pascael Arceneaux Audio Production
Mark Mann Cover Photo
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Can't Get Enough of Rebel Soul Music!

    Martin Luther is the real thing! He can love you with his music , he can politic you with it he can rock and roll you with it, funk and soul you with it! I loved this CD That voice can give you chills! He learned well from his funk soul and rock forefathers. Martin Luther puts it down and you just feel the intense flow and talent of his music. Take a listen you won't be sorry! Go buy it --its more than well worth it! I loved every song !

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