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"I don’t want to get too hyperbolic here, but this may be the wokest record ever reissued at UMe.
Short history lesson: In the 70s, Berry Gordy launched an imprint of Motown called Black Forum that released a series of Afrocentric records. Possibly the best of those is Nation Time. If you don’t know Amiri Baraka, you’re going to have do some homework (do yourself a favor and read Blues People). The dope thing about this record is that it actually has some heavy hitters on it: Idris Muhammad, Reggie Workman, Gwendolyn Guthrie, Gary Bartz, Lonnie Smith, and James Mtume all get busy on this one."
- Maxwell Dartey
A1. Chant A2. Answers A3. All In The Street A4. Come See About Me A5. Peace In Place A6. Bad News A7. Wha's Gonna Happen
B1. Kutoa Umola B2. Come Back Pharoah B3. Who Will Survive B4. How Africans B5. Move B6. The Spirit Of Creation B7. It's Nation Time B8. Pull The Covers Off B9. Pamoja Tutashinde