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Live at the Donaueschingen Music Festival

Archie Shepp

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One for the Trane, Pt. 1 (Live)
00:22:07

Archie Shepp, Composer, Performer - Jimmy Garrison, Performer - Beaver Harris, Performer - Grachan Moncur, Performer - Roswell Rudd, Performer

2014 Edel Germany GmbH 2014 Edel Germany GmbH

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One for the Trane, Pt. 2 (Live)
00:21:54

Archie Shepp, Composer, Performer - Jimmy Garrison, Performer - Beaver Harris, Performer - Grachan Moncur, Performer - Roswell Rudd, Performer

2014 Edel Germany GmbH 2014 Edel Germany GmbH

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