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Jazzman (aka Sundance)

LP (Item 512447) 51 West, 1969 — Condition: Used
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An unusual set that's most likely recorded at the same time as Chick Corea's Sundance album, possibly contains some of the music from it, but also appears to have some different work too! Chick plays acoustic and electric piano, Hubert Laws is on flute and tenor, Woody Shaw on trumpet, Dave Holland on bass, and Horacee Arnold on drums – and the set was originally recorded by Sonny Lester – with a very similar vibe to Sundance. Tracks are long, and very spiritually expressive – as you'd guess with Shaw on the set – and titles include "Vamp", "Converge", "Waltz For Bill Evans", and "Sundance".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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