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Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Race Riot Suite (Kinnara, 2011)
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Stay Gold (Kinnara, 2010)
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, One Day in Brooklyn (Kinnara, 2009)
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Lil' Tae Rides Again (Hyena, 2008)
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, The Sameness of Difference (Hyena, 2005)
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Walking With Giants (Hyena, 2004)
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Slow Breath, Silent Mind (Kufala, 2004)
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, All is One: Live in New York City (Knitting Factory, 2002)

Photo Credits
Page 1: Jeremy Charles
Page 2: Dave Kaufman
Page 3: Jeremy Charles, courtesy of Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey

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