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2010 repress. "Black Woman, the seminal 1969 album by the one and only Sonny Sharrock, was picked by influential British magazine The Wire as one of the 100 records that set the world on fire. His influence has informed artists as varied as Boredoms, Marc Ribot, Wilco and Robert Quine and his music continues to wow listeners to this day. Originally released on Atlantic/Vortex Records and produced by the great Herbie Mann, Sharrock's uncompromising avant garde jazz guitar stylings literally jump out of the grooves, but there are also soul, gospel, and pop elements that add a nice counterpoint. Recorded with a who's who of New York free jazz players including Dave Burell, Norris Jones, Ted Daniels, and Milford Graves as well as his wife Linda who contributes her Yoko Ono-esque vocals. Detailed liner notes by Byron Coley and Ted Drozdowski."