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Sangeeta Michael Berardi: The Mr. P Sessions

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Sangeeta Michael Berardi

Label: Sunjump Records
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

CD 1:I'll Sing My Way; Mr. P; Solar Wind; Prayer for Peace; Feelin' Down and Lonely; Mr. P. Meets Mr. POB; Remembering John Coltrane II. CD 2: We Give Thanks; Imagine; In the Light of the Inner Sun; Witnessing Another Day; Talking in Saxophone Tongues; Farts Are Holy; Interstelar Frequencies I; Inside My Head; Interstellar Frequencies II; Bought Him Like a Pet; Call of the Cosmos; Chicago Nights I; Mr. P and Baby James at Play; Chicago Nights II; Remembering John Coltrane II.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Sangeeta Michael Berardi: voice, acoustic guitar, electric guitar; Japanese and Tibetan Singing Bowls; Mikail Horowitz: Performing Sangreeta's poems; Rosi Hertlein: violin, voice; Kendra Shank: voice, electronic loops; Mitch Kessler: flute, soprano saxophone, alto and tenor saxophones, bass clarinet; John Esposito: piano, prepared piano, harmonica; Hilliard Greene: acoustic bass; James Greene: Japanese and tibetan Singing Bowls; Peter O'Brien: drums.


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