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Hamid Drake & Bindu

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Hamid Drake

Label: Rogue Art
Released: 2006
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01. Remembering Rituals (Drake-Mitchell) - 13:46; 02. Bindu #2 for Baba Fred Anderson (Drake) - 10:53; 03. A Prayer for the Bardo, for Baba Mechack Silas (Drake-Carter-Dawkins-Mateen-Ward) - 8:37; 04. Meeting and Parting (Drake-Carter-Dawkins-Mateen-Ward) - 11:09; 05. Born upon a Lotus (Drake) - 3:04; 06. Bindu #1 for Ed Blackwell (Drake)- 6:27; 07. Bindu #1 for Ed Blackwell, from Bindu to Ojas (Drake) - 6:08; 08. Do Khyentse’s Journey, 139 Years and more (Drake) - 13:27


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Hamid Drake (batteria, percussioni, voce); Daniel Carter (sax tenore e alto, clarinetto); Ernest Dawkins (sax tenore e alto, percussioni), Sabir Mateen (sax tenore e alto, clarinetto, clarinetto basso, voce); Greg Ward (sax alto, clarinetto); Nicole Mitchell (flauto).


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