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Billy Bang's Survival Ensemble: Black Man’s Blues / New York Collage

Billy Bang's Survival Ensemble: Black Man’s Blues / New York Collage by Billy Bang
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Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2011
Views: 2,179

Track Listing

CD1: Spoken introduction; Albert Ayler/Know Your Enemy; Ganges/Enchantment/Tapestry; Black Man's Blues. CD2: Nobody Hears The Music The Same Way (Dedicated to John Coltrane); For Josie Part II; Illustration; Subhanallah.


Billy Bang

Additional Personnel / Information

Billy Bang: violin, poetry, bells, shaker, percussion; Bilal Abdur Rahman: tenor, alto and soprano saxophones, voice, bull horn, percussion; Henry Warner (CD2): alto saxophone, bells, shaker, percussion; William Parker: bass; Khuwana Fuller (CD2): congas; Rashid Bakr: drums.


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