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Sounds from the Edge of the Universe - The State of Vietnam



The State Of Vietnam
The State of Vietnam : Wallace Terry Talks to Black American Soldiers, Sounds from the Edge of the Universe Mix, 2009 -
(MP3) ileoxumare.blogspot.com, 2009-01-11

Incredible Spiritual Jazz mix to download!

The State Of Vietnam
The State of Vietnam : Wallace Terry Talks to Black American Soldiers, Sounds from the Edge of the Universe Mix, 2009 -
(MP3) ileoxumare.blogspot.com, 2009-01-11

Tracklisting :
01. Bayete - Bayete
02. Philip Cohran's Artistic Heritage Ensemble - The African Look
03. Bobby Hutcherson - Searchin' the Trane
04. Bobby Pierce - Think
05. Khaliq Al-Rouf + Salaam - Elephant Trot Dance
06. Overton Berry Ensemble - Jesus Christ Superstar
07. Walter Bishop Jr - Philadelphia Bright
Narrative track: Black Fighting Men Recorded Live in Vietnam: Guess Who's Coming Home (Narrated By Wallace Terry; Black Forum Records, 1972)

Links :
Download link and more info to be found on ileoxumare.blogspot.com
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