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The United States of Mind is a trio of musical cosmic philosophy albums (1970-1972) by Horace Silver that featured the spirited vocals of Andy Bey.

As social and cultural upheavals shook the nation during the counterculture of the 1960s and early 1970s, Horace Silver responded to these changes through music. He commented directly on the new scene through a trio of records called United States of Mind (1970-1972) that featured the spirited vocals of Andy Bey.

Compilation

United States of Mind is also the title of a compilation of Blue Note recordings.

1 Andrew Hill Illusions (6:59) 2 Lonnie Smith Psychedelic Pi (6:30) 3 Bobby Hutcherson Inner City Blues (4:27) 4 Horace Silver featuring - Andy Bey I Had a Little Talk (3:47) 5 Gene Harris Listen Here (5:27) 6 Lee Morgan Untitled Boogaloo (5:38) 7 Duke Pearson Amanda (5:46) 8 Marlena Shaw Save The Children (4:11) 9 Alphonse Mouzon Sunflower (4:22) 10 Gene Harris & The Three Sounds Book Of Slim (3:25) 11 Lorez Alexandria Until It's Time For Me To Go (4:24) 12 Gerald Wilson Sunshine Of Your Love (2:52) 13 Bobby Bryant I Wanna Testify (4:51) 14 Hank Mobley Chain Reaction (11:00) 15 Duke Pearson Christo Redentor (3:52)



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