Exploring music from 1975 and 1978

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Exploring 1975 and 1978, plus Mark Egan, Ben Wendel and Yellowjackets.


  • The New Tony Williams Lifetime "Mr Spock" from Believe It (Columbia) 00:00
  • David Sancious "One Time" from Forest of Feelings (Epic) 0:06:38
  • Gong "Soli" from Expresso 2 (Virgin) 13:17
  • Major Surgery "Beans" from Rare Live Performances (The Last Music Company) 19:47
  • Mark Egan-Danny Gottlieb "Blue Sound Bath" from Electric Blue (Wavetone) 26:14r
  • Terreon Gully-Greg Spero "Spherical" from Tiny Room Sessions (Tiny Records) 32:41
  • Ben Wendel "Drawn Away" from High Heart (Edition) 39:20
  • Yellowjackets "Imperial Strut" from Jackets XL (Mack Avenue) 45:47
  • Lionel Loueke "Hang Up Your Hangups" from H H (Edition) 52:20
  • Mats Rondin "Hopeful" from Isidor (Prophone) 58:50

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