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Lost Tribe

Lost Tribe didn't so much start out as a band but as a collective of excellent studio musicians working on the side. Like the 1970s British group Brand X (Phil Collins' jazz fusion alter ego getaway from Genesis), Lost Tribe became a melting pot of the styles popular in the 1990s, mixing rhythmic jazz and rock with even some hip-hop elements. Saxophonist David Binney's sparse lines and the twin-guitar assault of Adam Rogers and David Gilmore blended above the rhythmic muscle of bassist Fima Ephron and drummer Ben Perowsky on Lost Tribe's self-titled 1993 debut CD. Most of the music was instrumental, but the occasional rap track ("Letter to the Editor") and chanted vocal ("Mofungo") provided a changeup between dizzying jazz fusion pieces like "Mythology" and "Cause & Effect." The group's 1994 follow-up, Soulfish, was even harder-edged without losing any rhythmic focus. Perowsky's thunderous drumming on "Whodunit" and the guitar interplay on "Second Story," "Planet Rock," and "Fuzzy Logic" made for a nouveau fusion of funk and metal. But just as a collective from the rap-jazz-opera hybrid the Screaming Headless Torsos (Ephron), jazz fusion guitarist Mike Stern (Perowsky) and African-influenced jazz saxophonist Steve Coleman (Gilmore) was required for Lost Tribe's elemental sound, the nature of the session musicians' beast had to signal an eventual slowdown. Binney released solo CDs and Rogers focused on freelance work while Ephron, Perowsky, and Gilmore (ever-confused with Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour) toured and recorded elsewhere over the next four years. By the time Lost Tribe released Many Lifetimes in 1998, Gilmore had left the band, as much to pursue teaching as playing. The titles alone ("The River," "Kyoto," "Jordan") signaled a kinder, gentler, and more melodic Lost Tribe -- but not without fiery moments, especially from Ephron and Perowsky. Adding percussion and Fender Rhodes electric piano to his regular duties on Many Lifetimes, the regular touring drummer for Stern shows why there's no road -- letdown after the guitarist records with virtuosos like Dennis Chambers or Vinnie Colaiuta. And the spectacular yet virtually unknown bassist is now a part of both guitarist David Fiuczynski's vocal (Screaming Headless Torsos) and instrumental (Headless Torsos) groups, so there's no telling when Lost Tribe will be in session (in the studio or on stage) again. ~ Bill Meredith, Rovi
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Comments

This is Paul Oakenfold's finest.This brings me back, I love it!!!!!! The whole Tranceport Disc. Find it
Don't know if MANY LIFETIMES is the latest cd from LOST TRIBES.
I do know that the song called JORDAN rocks !!!! X
I think Pandora made an error on this labeling.
Old school for me .takes me back to the epic 90's
EXCELLENT gentlemen! :)
New discovery for me. Very cool. Will be checking out further. Check Jazz Pistols too.
absolutely hits the sweet spot. these guys click, from seemless and outstanding rhythm, to awesome and engaging dressup,BOOM . to get it is a blessing! some of the best there is, joejoeswim
This is Fusion at it's best. On the "Lost Tribe" album David Gilmore is on Guitar. Not the David Gilmore from P.Floyd however, so I'm not sure I understand the comparison to Phil Collins and Brand X.
Sometimes I think playing in a kick a** jazz band for 13 years... I've lost all idea of what gen public would like????
Oh yeah - love the "four directions".
Crappy first comment; let the runs continue. Try 'Manticore' to loosen your plug.
I deeply enjoy pie.
muzicricky
For those who like myself are into either jazz-rock or fusion, & are not into the "smooth jazz" genre of sorts, I'll give this recording & the musicians on it thumbs up!
Pretty badass!
pandora2574
This bio shows up when playing the song "Gamemaster" (electronic / trance). I guess there is more than one artist named "Lost Tribe"...
or one could even say - one mans crap is anothers gourmet dinner...Hmm where's my fork?
yah!..crap.. a m a z i n g l y good crap...delic i o u s l y tasty crap.
crap

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