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William Parker / In Order To Survive - Posium Pendasem FLAC
Performer:
William Parker / In Order To Survive
Album:
Posium Pendasem
Style:
Free Jazz
Released:
1999
Country:
Germany
Label:
FMP
Catalog:
FMP CD 105
FLAC size:
2864 mb
MP3 size:
2659 mb
WMA size:
2782 mb


Tracklist


1Posium Pendasem #750:51
2Another Angel Goes Home13:30
3Posium Pendasem #91:33


Credits


  • Alto Saxophone, FluteRob Brown
  • Double Bass, Composed By, Lyrics ByWilliam Parker
  • DrumsSusie Ibarra
  • Liner NotesPeter Kowald
  • Liner Notes [Translation]Isabel Seeberg, Paul Lytton
  • Photography By [Front]Robert Herman
  • Photography By [Inside]Dagmar Gebers
  • PianoCooper Moore
  • Producer, Layout [Booklet]Jost Gebers
  • Recorded ByHolger Scheuermann, Jonas Bergler
  • Tenor Saxophone, Bass ClarinetAssif Tsahar


Notes


Recorded live during the "30, Workshop Freie Musik" on April 9 & 11, 1998 at the Akademie Der Künste in Berlin.


Companies


  • Recorded At – Akademie der Künste, Berlin
  • Recorded At – Workshop Freie Musik


Album


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