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Larry Coryell's Souls Dirge


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Mike Jakobs' recommendation of Michael Shrieve's "Palace Of Dreams" immediately made me think of Larry Coryell's "Souls Dirge" from Fairlyland (live from Montreux, 1971) with Chuck Rainey and Bernard Purdie. Sounds even better on pink vinyl. Jam on!

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