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Conference Of The Aquarians

Label: Last Visible Dog
Released: 2009
Track listing: Part One; Part Two; Part Three; Part Four; (Interference); Part Five; Part Six; Part Seven; Conclusion.

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Valerio Cosi / Enzo Franchini: Conference Of The Aquarians

Read "Conference Of The Aquarians" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Did John Coltrane revisit his minor hit “My Favorite Things" after he met Rashied Ali? If he had, the Rodgers and Hammerstein song might have sounded a bit like saxophonist Valerio Cosi and drummer Enzo Franchini's version, re-titled “Part Seven" on the duo's Conference Of The Aquarians. The pair recorded this and eight other ...

Collected Works

Label: Students of Decay
Released: 2008

Freedom Meditation Music Vol. III

Label: Students of Decay
Released: 2007

And The Spiritual Committee

Label: Students of Decay
Released: 2007

Freedom Meditation Music Vol. I

Label: Students of Decay
Released: 2007

Freedom Meditation Music Vol. II

Label: Students of Decay
Released: 2007

The Three Faces Of Moongod

Label: Students of Decay
Released: 2006

Cold Solemn Rites In The Sun

Label: Students of Decay
Released: 2006


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