There is an unwonted and mostly unwelcome stridenceÂ…. Ho (Houn) still hadn't quite found a way of synthesizing political urgency with lyricism. The title piece: a long, elegantly communicated suite which Ho describes as 'anti-bourgeois boogie-woogie'.
(source: The Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD - Eighth Edition)
(Original Vinyl LP also available)
|Title||We Refuse To Be Used And Abused|
|Display Artist||Fred Houn And The Afro-Asian Music Ensemble|
|Release date||Dec 30, 1988|
|Product type||full album|