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Cecil Taylor|One Too Many Salty Swift and Not Goodbye  (Live)

One Too Many Salty Swift and Not Goodbye (Live)

Cecil Taylor Unit

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One Too Many Salty Swift and Not Goodbye (Live)

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Duet 1 (Live)
Cecil Taylor Unit
00:03:49

Jimmy Lyons, Featured Artist - Raphe Malik, Featured Artist - Cecil Taylor Unit, Main Artist - Unit Core Music (BMI)

(C) 2004 Hat Hut Records, Ltd. (P) 2004 Hat Hut Records Ltd.

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Duet 2 (Live)
Cecil Taylor Unit
00:11:22

Ramsey Ameen, Featured Artist - Sirone, Featured Artist - Cecil Taylor Unit, Main Artist - Unit Core Music (BMI)

(C) 2004 Hat Hut Records, Ltd. (P) 2004 Hat Hut Records Ltd.

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Solo (Live)
Cecil Taylor Unit
00:05:35

Ronald Shannon Jackson, Featured Artist - Cecil Taylor Unit, Main Artist - Unit Core Music (BMI)

(C) 2004 Hat Hut Records, Ltd. (P) 2004 Hat Hut Records Ltd.

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Cecil Taylor Unit: 1a (Live)
Cecil Taylor Unit
00:24:15

Cecil Taylor Unit, Main Artist - Unit Core Music (BMI)

(C) 2004 Hat Hut Records, Ltd. (P) 2004 Hat Hut Records Ltd.

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Cecil Taylor Unit: 1b (Live)
Cecil Taylor Unit
00:27:27

Cecil Taylor Unit, Main Artist - Unit Core Music (BMI)

(C) 2004 Hat Hut Records, Ltd. (P) 2004 Hat Hut Records Ltd.

DISC 2

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Cecil Taylor Unit: 2a (Live)
Cecil Taylor Unit
00:29:01

Cecil Taylor Unit, Main Artist - Unit Core Music (BMI)

(C) 2004 Hat Hut Records, Ltd. (P) 2004 Hat Hut Records Ltd.

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Cecil Taylor Unit: 2b (Live)
Cecil Taylor Unit
00:17:57

Cecil Taylor Unit, Main Artist - Unit Core Music (BMI)

(C) 2004 Hat Hut Records, Ltd. (P) 2004 Hat Hut Records Ltd.

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Cecil Taylor Unit: 2c (Live)
Cecil Taylor Unit
00:28:34

Cecil Taylor Unit, Main Artist - Unit Core Music (BMI)

(C) 2004 Hat Hut Records, Ltd. (P) 2004 Hat Hut Records Ltd.

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