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Why Don't You Listen? - Live at LACMA, 1998

Why Don't You Listen? - Live at LACMA, 1998 by Horace Tapscott
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Horace Tapscott

Label: Dark Tree Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

aiee! The Phantom; Caravan; Fela Fela; Why Don't You Listen?; Little Africa.


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Additional Personnel / Information

Michael Session: soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone; Phil Ranelin: trombone; Horace Tapscott: conductor, piano; Alan Hines: bass; Trevor Ware: bass; Louis Large: bass; Donald Dean: drums; Najite Agindotan: congas; Bill Madison: percussion: Dwight Trible: vocals; The Great Voice Of UGMAA: Dwight Trible: director; Afifa Amatullah: vocals; Amina Amatullah: vocals; Donte Chambers: vocals; Ndugu “Jingles” Chandler: vocals; Brenda Hearn: vocals; Chini Kopano: vocals; Torre Reese: vocals; Maria Rose: vocals; Tina: vocals; Denise Tribble: vocals; Carolyn Whitaker: vocals.


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