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Bells For The South Side

Roscoe Mitchell

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1
Spatial Aspects Of The Sound
Roscoe Mitchell
12:14
2
Panoply
Roscoe Mitchell
7:37
3
Prelude To A Rose
Roscoe Mitchell
12:45
4
Dancing In The Canyon
Roscoe Mitchell
10:24
5
EP 7849
Roscoe Mitchell
8:14
6
Bells For The South Side
Roscoe Mitchell
12:36
7
Prelude To The Card Game, Cards For Drums, And The Final Hand
Roscoe Mitchell
16:04
8
The Last Chord
Roscoe Mitchell
12:27
9
Six Gongs And Two Woodblocks
Roscoe Mitchell
7:50
10
R509A Twenty B
Roscoe Mitchell
1:34
11
Red Moon In The Sky / Odwalla
Roscoe Mitchell
25:49
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    2:07:34
This exhilarating double album features multi-instrumentalist and composer Roscoe Mitchell backed by four different ensembles, all recorded live at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art. Mitchell contrasts, and for the first time combines, the sounds and distinctive characters of his four trios on this celebration of music and art.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

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