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Label: ArtistShare
Released: 2024
Duration: 2:49

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Witness

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Track listing: TLC; May Day; La Noche mas Oscura; Que Dios Bendiga a la Mariposes (God Bless the Butterflies); Puppets; Good Grief; A Cry in the Wilderness; The Unmasking.

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Article: Album Review

Dan Carillo & Common Good: Witness

Read "Witness" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Common Good is a guitar-led trio whose music is message-driven, even though the message becomes largely irrelevent once the music has begun on Witness. Each of Dan Carillo's eight compositions was written in response to a social injustice, a social need, an heroic response to tyranny, a truth that lies hidden beneath layers of deception and ...

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Kirk Knuffke: Witness

Read "Witness" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Kirk Knuffke has brought his cornet skills to a lot of different music in his career. As a leader, he has recorded albums dedicated to the work of Erik Satie and Don Cherry and he's even covered an Ernest Tubb song. This album gives a greater picture of how wide his interests stretch as he delves ...

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Witness

Label: SteepleChase Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Witness; Lush Life; Ride On, King Jesus; The Satellites Are Spinning; Iago's Credo; Subway; Aria Mustafa; Charade; Storm; The Voice; Questo Amor; A City Called Heaven.

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Witness

Featuring the music of The Honeypots
Duration: 4:58

The Honeypots blend the strong vocals, lyrical sensibilities, and thoughtful musicality of Lynn Drury, Margie Perez, and Monica McIntyre. Recorded 09/13/12 at Chickie Wah Wah in New Orleans.
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Witness

Label: Bluebird
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1. Ruckus 2. Witness 3. One More News 4. Woman at Point Zero 5. Kidnapping Kissinger 6. Mahfouz 7. Episode for Taslima Nasrin 8. Child of All Nations 9. Sozaboy

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Dave Douglas: Witness

Read "Witness" reviewed by David Adler


Although there have been notable exceptions, music that is intentionally political is often bad--preachy, parochial, sanctimonious, obvious. Instrumental music has an edge in that its messages, once-removed from spoken language, are necessarily indirect and subjective. With Witness, Dave Douglas's first overtly political album, the trumpeter/composer stimulates our imaginations even as he encourages us to confront global ...

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Witness

Label: Nova
Released: 1983


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