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Inferno (feat. Sherman Irby)

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Wynton Marsalis, Sherman Irby

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Overture  
1.1
Lost (feat. Sherman Irby)
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra; Wynton Marsalis; Sherman Irby
1:48
Movement I  
1.2
House of Unbelievers (feat. Sherman Irby)
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra; Wynton Marsalis; Sherman Irby
5:14
Movement II  
1.3
Insatiable Hunger (feat. Sherman Irby)
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra; Wynton Marsalis; Sherman Irby
4:53
Movement III  
1.4
Beware the Wolf and Serpent (feat. Sherman Irby)
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra; Wynton Marsalis; Sherman Irby
5:42
Movement IV  
1.5
The City of Dis (feat. Sherman Irby)
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra; Wynton Marsalis; Sherman Irby
5:25
Movement V  
1.6
The Three-Headed Serpent (feat. Sherman Irby)
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra; Wynton Marsalis; Sherman Irby
10:12
Movement VI  
1.7
The Great Deceiver / Finale: The Shores of Mount Purgatory (feat. Sherman Irby)
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra; Wynton Marsalis; Sherman Irby
9:19
Total Playing Time    42:33
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Engine Records Studio Masters

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