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Three By Label M

Label: Label M
Released: 2000
Track listing:

Somewhere In France1 Take The "A" Train 4:15 2 Blues in G/Willow Weep For Me 6:38 3 Con Alma 7:43 4 Slow Freight 7:04 5 Jungletown Jubilee 2:58 6 Django 6:40 7 After Hours 3:24 8 When I Look In Your Eyes 2:54 9 Good Morning Heartache 4:56 10 In The Back Room 5:26 11 If I Could Just Make It Into Heaven 3:56 12 St. Louis Blues 6:57 13 Until It's Time For You To Go 3:56

Low Flame, High Heat1 Don't Get Around Much Anymore 5:01 2 But On The Other Hand 5:01 3 Lorelei's Lament 5:36 4 Save Your Love Me 3:55 5 Angel Eyes 6:30 6 Two Years Of Torture 3:26 7 Easy Living 5:27 8 What Will I Tell My Heart 5:09 9 Don't Cry Baby 4:20 10 Danger Zone 3:27 11 You've Changed 3:16

Heavy Flute1 Comin' Home Baby: Herbie Mann 8:37 2 The Thirteenth Floor: David Newman 5:47 3 Nubian Lady: Yusef Lateef 6:33 4 Let Her Go: Hubert Laws 3:25 5 Ain't No Sunshine: Rahsaan Roland Kirk 2:26 6 The Wiggler: Leo Wright 3:07 7 Sombrero Sam: Charles Lloyd 5:12 8 One Ton: Rahsaan Roland Kirk 4:55 9 Eboness: Yusef Lateef 4:42 10 Push Push: Herbie Mann 9:55


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Read "Three By Label M" reviewed by Douglas Payne

I have a belief that all writing must avoid the nominative singular pronoun, “I.” This is particularly necessary in reviews or interviews. What is any reader to think of an article allegedly about something or someone else when it’s littered with references to “I,” “me” and “my”? Who cares? A good writer will reveal ...


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