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8: Kindred Spirits (Live From The Lobero)

Charles Lloyd

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1.1
Dream Weaver (Live)
Charles Lloyd; Gerald Clayton; Julian Lage; Eric Harland; Reuben Rogers
21:05
1.2
Requiem (Live)
Charles Lloyd; Gerald Clayton; Julian Lage; Eric Harland; Reuben Rogers
11:32
1.3
La Llorona (Live)
Charles Lloyd; Gerald Clayton; Julian Lage; Eric Harland; Reuben Rogers
9:03
1.4
Part 5, Ruminations (Live)
Charles Lloyd; Gerald Clayton; Julian Lage; Eric Harland; Reuben Rogers
18:07
Total Playing Time    59:47
The legendary saxophonist, composer, and jazz mystic Charles Lloyd celebrated his 80th birthday on March 15, 2018, at his hometown venue, Santa Barbara’s Lobero Theatre, with an unprecedented grouping of musical friends including guitarist Julian Lage, pianist Gerald Clayton, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Eric Harland, with special guests organist Booker T. Jones and bassist Don Was joining the ensemble midway. His new album 8: Kindred Spirits, (Live From the Lobero) documents the sounds of that extraordinary concert, featuring the concert’s first half.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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