David Friesen & John Stowell | Through the Listening Glass

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Through the Listening Glass

by David Friesen & John Stowell

Bassist David Friesen and guitarist John Stowell (with saxophonist Gary Campbell) cook up some tasty originals on this classic Inner City re-release, voted as one of the ten best jazz albums of the decade for the 1970s by the Los Angeles Examiner.
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1. Wisdom's Star
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2:53 album only
2. Tabla/Eternal Friend
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7:02 album only
3. Opening Out
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3:47 album only
4. Through the Listening Glass
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3:30 album only
5. Peace For the Enduring Heart
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2:34 album only
6. Carousel Parade
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3:08 album only
7. Ancient Kings
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2:57 album only
8. Autumn Ballet
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3:40 album only
9. Frontal Dichotomy
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10. Wings of Light
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11. High Places
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12. Secret Moments of Silence
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Bassist David Friesen and guitarist John Stowell come together for an unmatchable duo on this classic Inner City Records album. Originally released in 1978, this disc showcases not only the musical chemistry these two have together but also their individual composing talents. The duo is also joined on some cuts by Gary Campbell on tenor and soprano sax. This album was nominated by the Los Angeles Examiner as one of the ten best jazz albums of the decade for the 1970s.


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one of my favorites
This is beautiful album that encompasses jazz, world music, and simply brilliant compositions. One of my all-time favorite albums


music from upper shelf
Great piece of work!Highly recommendation!Dont miss it!