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In Lands I Never Saw

Double Image

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The Double Image concept sometimes was intriguing, with vibists Dave Friedman and Dave Samuels working off each other, then complementing themselves. It could also be tedious, especially on slower pieces. On this album they were mostly effective, particularly the more animated Friedman.
© Ron Wynn /TiVo

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In Lands I Never Saw (David Friedman)

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In Lands I Never Saw
Double Image
00:08:20

Double Image, Performer - David Friedman, Composer - Double Image, Ensemble

(C) 2011 Celestial Harmonies (P) 1986 Celestial Harmonies

Midnight Star / Starburst (David Friedman)

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Midnight Star / Starburst
Double Image
00:07:16

Double Image, Performer - David Friedman, Composer - Double Image, Ensemble

(C) 2011 Celestial Harmonies (P) 1986 Celestial Harmonies

Orient Point (David Samuels)

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Orient Point
Double Image
00:09:55

Double Image, Performer - David Samuels, Composer - Double Image, Ensemble

(C) 2011 Celestial Harmonies (P) 1986 Celestial Harmonies

Dusk (David Samuels)

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Dusk
Double Image
00:06:36

Double Image, Performer - David Samuels, Composer - Double Image, Ensemble

(C) 2011 Celestial Harmonies (P) 1986 Celestial Harmonies

Ki (David Friedman)

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Ki
Double Image
00:06:03

Double Image, Performer - David Friedman, Composer - David Samuels, Composer - Double Image, Ensemble

(C) 2011 Celestial Harmonies (P) 1986 Celestial Harmonies

Desert Rounds (David Friedman)

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Desert Rounds
Double Image
00:07:42

Double Image, Performer - David Friedman, Composer - David Samuels, Composer - Double Image, Ensemble

(C) 2011 Celestial Harmonies (P) 1986 Celestial Harmonies

Woodbell (David Samuels)

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Woodbell
Double Image
00:07:24

Double Image, Performer - David Samuels, Composer - Double Image, Ensemble

(C) 2011 Celestial Harmonies (P) 1986 Celestial Harmonies

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The Double Image concept sometimes was intriguing, with vibists Dave Friedman and Dave Samuels working off each other, then complementing themselves. It could also be tedious, especially on slower pieces. On this album they were mostly effective, particularly the more animated Friedman.
© Ron Wynn /TiVo

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