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First Time Out: Live at Slugs 1967

Rashied Ali Quintet

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Rashied Ali Quintet feat. Dewey Johnson (trumpet), Ramon Morris (tenor saxophone), Stanley Cowell (piano), Reggie Johnson (bass) and Rashied Ali (drums).

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