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Muhal Richard Abrams: One Line, Two Views

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Artist: Anne LeBaron, Bryon Carrott, Eddie Allen, Lindsay Horner, Mark Feldman, Marty Ehrlich, Muhal Richard Abrams, Patience Higgins, Reggie Nicholson, Tony Cedras
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The Prism 3
Artist: Anne LeBaron, Bryon Carrott, Eddie Allen, Lindsay Horner, Mark Feldman, Marty Ehrlich, Muhal Richard Abrams, Patience Higgins, Reggie Nicholson, Tony Cedras
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Artist: Anne LeBaron, Bryon Carrott, Eddie Allen, Lindsay Horner, Mark Feldman, Marty Ehrlich, Muhal Richard Abrams, Patience Higgins, Reggie Nicholson, Tony Cedras
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Tribute to Julius Hemphill and Don Pullen
Artist: Anne LeBaron, Bryon Carrott, Eddie Allen, Lindsay Horner, Mark Feldman, Marty Ehrlich, Muhal Richard Abrams, Patience Higgins, Reggie Nicholson, Tony Cedras
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One Line, Two Views
Artist: Anne LeBaron, Bryon Carrott, Eddie Allen, Lindsay Horner, Mark Feldman, Marty Ehrlich, Muhal Richard Abrams, Patience Higgins, Reggie Nicholson, Tony Cedras
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Artist: Anne LeBaron, Bryon Carrott, Eddie Allen, Lindsay Horner, Mark Feldman, Marty Ehrlich, Muhal Richard Abrams, Patience Higgins, Reggie Nicholson, Tony Cedras
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Ensemble Song
Artist: Anne LeBaron, Bryon Carrott, Eddie Allen, Lindsay Horner, Mark Feldman, Marty Ehrlich, Muhal Richard Abrams, Patience Higgins, Reggie Nicholson, Tony Cedras
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