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Heart's Reflections

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2011
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Track Listing

CD1: Don Cherry's Electric Sonic Garden (for Don Cherry); Heart's Reflections: Splendors of Light and Purification (for Shaykh Abu al-Hasn al-Shadhili): The Dhikr of Radiant Hearts-Part 1; The Dhikr of Radiant Hearts-Part2; The Majestic Way; The Shaykh as far as Humaythira; Spiritual Wayfarers; Certainty; Ritual Purity and Love-Part1; Ritual Purity and Love-Part 2; CD2: Heart's Reflections: Splendors of Light and Purification (for Shaykh Abu al-Hasn al Shadili): Silsila; The Well: From Bitter to Fresh Sweet Water-Part 1; The Well: From Bitter to Fresh Sweet Water-Part 2; Toni Morrison: The Black Hole (Sagittarius A *), Conscience and Epic Memory (for Toni Morrison); Leroy Jenkins' Sir Steps (for Leroy Jenkins).

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Wadada Leo Smith: trumpet, electric trumpet; Michael Gregory: electric guitars; Pheeroan akLaff: drums; Brandon Ross: electric guitar; John Lindberg: acoustic bass, electric acoustic bass; Skúli Sverrisson: electric bass, 6-string bass; Angelica Sanchez: acoustic piano, Wurlitzer electric piano; Josh Gerowitz: electric guitar; Lamar Smith: electric guitar; Stephanie Smith: violin; Casey Anderson: alto saxophone; Casey Butler: tenor saxophone; Mark Trayle: laptop; Charlie Burgin: laptop.


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