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Peter Brotzmann|The Damage Is Done

The Damage Is Done

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The Damage Is Done

Peter Brotzmann

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The Damage Is Done
00:30:39

Peter Brötzmann, MainArtist - Joe McPhee, MainArtist - Kent Kessler, MainArtist - Michael Zerang, MainArtist

(C) 2009 NotTwo Records (P) 2009 NotTwo Records

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Alchemia Souls
00:17:46

Peter Brötzmann, MainArtist - Joe McPhee, MainArtist - Kent Kessler, MainArtist - Michael Zerang, MainArtist

(C) 2009 NotTwo Records (P) 2009 NotTwo Records

DISC 2

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A Temporary Trip
00:16:23

Peter Brötzmann, MainArtist - Joe McPhee, MainArtist - Kent Kessler, MainArtist - Michael Zerang, MainArtist

(C) 2009 NotTwo Records (P) 2009 NotTwo Records

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With Charon
00:15:10

Peter Brötzmann, MainArtist - Joe McPhee, MainArtist - Kent Kessler, MainArtist - Michael Zerang, MainArtist

(C) 2009 NotTwo Records (P) 2009 NotTwo Records

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On the Acheron
00:14:10

Peter Brötzmann, MainArtist - Joe McPhee, MainArtist - Kent Kessler, MainArtist - Michael Zerang, MainArtist

(C) 2009 NotTwo Records (P) 2009 NotTwo Records

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Into the Hades
00:08:32

Peter Brötzmann, MainArtist - Joe McPhee, MainArtist - Kent Kessler, MainArtist - Michael Zerang, MainArtist

(C) 2009 NotTwo Records (P) 2009 NotTwo Records

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