Funky groove master Les Demar's legendary live recordings have been sampled by countless artists and DJs, and have captivated jazz funk listeners and rare groove freaks alike with their raging drum breaks and intense grooves! Recorded in August 1978 at Concerts by the Sea in Redondo Beach, California, the eight-piece big combo's frenzied night is back in its original 1970s release!
A sharp jazz-funk "Manfred S" (A1) that starts from a drum break that just asks you to sample, a ballad "Once Upon A Time" (A2) with a melancholy horn, a horn, a guitar, an electric piano, And, from the first half of the game, such as "Ear Food" (A3), which follows the jazz manners in which the solo parts by drums develop in order, various sounds are shown! The title number "Transcendental Watusi" (B1), where the soft flute tune creates a mellow feeling, "Daggerpoint" (B2), where the high-speed groove of bass and drums runs freely, and the brilliant ensemble is less. ・ It is a masterpiece to attract the audience for a long time with "In Transit" (B3), which concludes with a long drum solo by DeMerle!