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Protocol 4, Dean Brown, Marcus Miller and Adam Holzman


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Protocol 4 with Simon Phillips, Dean Brown with Unfinished Business and Marcus Miller Tutu Revisited Adam Holzman Truth Decay, Transfusion from Art 'Spike' Schloemer and we finish with John McLaughlin To The One.


  • Simon Phillips "Celtic Run" from Protocol 4 (Phantom) 00:00
  • Dean Brown "Hail To The King" from Unfinished Business (Moosicus) 08:42
  • Marcus Miller "Splatch" from Tutu Revisited (Dreyfus) 17:17
  • Adam Holzman "Ectoplasm" from Truth Decay (Big Fun) 25:55
  • Art spike Schloemer "Orient Express" from Transfusion (Spicy Key) 34:28
  • John McLaughlin "Discovery" from To The One (Abstract Logix) 43:08

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