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Genesis

Elvin Jones

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1.1
P.P. Phoenix
Elvin Jones
4:58
1.2
For All Those Other Times
Elvin Jones
10:03
1.3
Slumber
Elvin Jones
5:29
1.4
Three Card Molly
Elvin Jones
8:23
1.5
Cecilia Is Love
Elvin Jones
10:04
Total Playing Time    38:57
"... Elvin's own Three Card Molly, a live performance favorite, is a highlight of this set."
- JazzTimes.com

"... (with) an arsenal of horns, the charts make the most of the extended tonal possibilities. Especially memorable, (Joe) Farrell’s alto flute murmurs and coos throughout the lovely P.P. Phoenix."
- All About Jazz

With a red hot three horn front line of Dave Liebman, Frank Foster and Joe Farrell, drummer Elvin Jones pushes some limits on this overlooked 1971 session. Equally noteworthy is newcomer (at the time) Gene Perla on bass and electric bass, while Jones himself propels the set with his trademark powerful drumming.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CM BLUE NOTE (A92) Studio Masters

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