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Live in Paris (1975)

Pharoah Sanders

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Love Is Here 1 Live in Paris (1975)
00:06:11

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Love Is Here 2 Live in Paris (1975)
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Farrell Tune Live in Paris (1975)
00:07:43

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The Creator Has A Master Plan Live in Paris (1975)
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I Want To Talk About You Live in Paris (1975)
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Love Is Everywhere Live in Paris (1975)
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