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Wild Man Dance (Live At Jazztopad Festival, Wroclaw, Poland)

Charles Lloyd

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Flying Over The Odra Valley (Live At Jazztopad Festival, Wroclaw, Poland)
Charles Lloyd
11:00
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Gardner (Live At Jazztopad Festival, Wroclaw, Poland)
Charles Lloyd
8:12
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Lark (Live At Jazztopad Festival, Wroclaw, Poland)
Charles Lloyd
13:21
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River (Live At Jazztopad Festival, Wroclaw, Poland)
Charles Lloyd
16:08
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Invitation (Live At Jazztopad Festival, Wroclaw, Poland)
Charles Lloyd
10:35
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Wild Man Dance (Live At Jazztopad Festival, Wroclaw, Poland)
Charles Lloyd
15:14
Total Playing Time    74:30
This magnificent live recording marks saxophonist's Charles Lloyd’s first Blue Note release in 30 years. The six-movement Wild Man Dance was recorded in its premiere performance at the Jazztopad Festival in Wroclaw, Poland in 2013 and features pianist Gerald Clayton, bassist Joe Sanders and drummer Gerald Cleaver, as well as Greek lyra virtuoso Sokratis Sinopoulos and Hungarian cimbalom maestro Miklós Lukács, who colour, texture and rhythmically charge the music.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Charles Lloyd Studio Masters

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