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NEW YORK JAZZ COLLECTIVE: Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven


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NEW YORK JAZZ COLLECTIVE: Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven

Ehrlich, Marty

  Elvin's Exit
1.   Elvin's Exit 00:06:22

Nock, Mike

2.   Homage 00:06:48
3.   Somnium 00:08:33

Anderson, Ray

  2nd Class Sleeper
4.   2nd Class Sleeper 00:07:42

Nock, Mike

  Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven
5.   Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven 00:07:23
6.   Upline 00:05:59
7.   Soliloquy 00:06:13
8.   Emotivation 00:06:56
  Nata Lagal
9.   Nata Lagal 00:08:27

Total Playing Time: 01:04:23

Anderson, Ray; Ehrlich, Marty; Nock, Mike

New York Jazz Collective

Label: Naxos Jazz

Genre: Contemporary Jazz

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: 86073-2

Barcode: 0747313607327

Physical Release: 03/2001

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