Who Sang Memories of Lee Morgan? Pharoah Sanders

Pharoah Sanders Village of the Pharoahs cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1973
Genre: Jazz
Style: Soul-Jazz/Free Jazz
length: 5:39
producer: Ed Michel
mixer: Baker Bigsby
engineer: Dixon Van Winkle
bass: Cecil McBee and Stanley Clarke
bell: Pharoah Sanders
membranophone: Norman Connors
flute: Artie Webb
piano: Joe Bonner
soprano saxophone: Pharoah Sanders
I got so much trouble on my mind
That it feels just like I'm always sleeping with the enemy
But I know the real world always gets the last word
And that's why you gotta kick reality.
So don't tease me and try to say I should care.
I might as well go out for mine
Cause everybody's going out for theirs.

So don't tell me about a fake drug war
Go cut education programs more
The people will one day learn and rise
Cause not everyone is out to score.

People always ask me why people are all ****ed up
At every corner liquor store.

Vinyl 1
  • 1 Village of the Pharoahs, Part One
  • 2 Village of the Pharoahs, Part Two
  • 3 Village of the Pharoahs, Part Three
  • 4 Myth
  • 5 Mansion Worlds
  • 6 Memories of Lee Morgan
  • 7 Went Like It Came

  • Release information
    label: impulse!
    country(area): United States
    format: Vinyl
    script: Latin