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ARCHIE SHEPP QUARTET, PART 2 (PAL)

    
 

ARCHIE SHEPP QUARTET, PART 2 (PAL)


ARCHIE SHEPP QUARTET – Part 2

 

Archie Shepp, saxophone
Siegfried Kessler, piano
Cameron Brown, bass
Clifford Jarvis, drums

Recorded live at the Teatro Alfieri, Torino, 14 October 1977.

 

Picture format: 4:3
Sound format: Mono (2 channel)
Region code:  PAL All
Booklet languages: English, French, German
Running time: 68 mins







Composer(s):
Ellington, Duke; Kaper, Bronislaw; Massey, Cal; Moncur III, Grachan; Shepp, Archie

Artist(s):
Brown, Cameron; Jarvis, Clifford; Kessler, Siegfried; Shepp, Archie

Label: TDKDVD

Genre: Jazz

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: DV-JASQ2

Barcode: 5450270012343

Distribution Note(s):

Listening samples not available for this release.


Physical Release: 03/2005

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