A remarkable live album from Bill Cole originally recorded in 1986 . Cole's Korean flute creates an otherworldly sound and Julius Hemphill's arrangements are both ground-breaking and impressive. It sounds like a great deal of fun was being had by all.
Paul Shaw "Mary Oliver" from Moment of Clarity (Summit Records) 01:18:16
Bill Cole & Untempered Ensemble "A Man Sees A Snake, A Woman Kills It; No Matter As Long As It Is Dead." from Music For Yoruba Proverbs (Bill Cole) 1:25:03
Tineke Postma "Heart to Heart" from Freya (Edition) 1:37:51
Jocelyn Gould "The Game Changer" from Elegant Traveler (Posi-tone) 1:46:04
Paul Shaw "Peekaboo" from Moment of Clarity (Summit Records) 1:51:09
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