Roland Vazquez | Feel Your Dream

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Feel Your Dream

by Roland Vazquez

Re-mastered '77 & '82 all-star LA sessions with Alex Acuna, Nathan East, Clare Fischer, Jimmy Johnson, Bennie Maupin, Ralf Rickert, Steve Tavaglione, Larry Williams ...
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Feel Your Dream (feat. Dan Higgins)
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3:51 $1.29
2. The Spare (feat. Larry Williams & Ronnie Foster)
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5:12 $1.29
3. G'Anna (feat. Steve Tavaglione)
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5:59 $1.29
4. Nevermore ... Than Now (feat. Clare Fischer & Jim Coile)
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4:29 $1.29
5. Somewhat Others (feat. Stu Goldberg)
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4:02 $1.29
6. Only What Ya' Feel (feat. Bennie Maupin)
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4:15 $1.29
7. Let Their Voices Be As Music (feat. Ralf Rickert)
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7:24 $1.29
8. Together We Dream (feat. Gary Herbig)
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5:16 $1.29
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FEEL YOUR DREAM (40:30) Featuring: Alex Acuna, Manolo Badrena, Jim Coile, Nathan East, Gary Herbig, Flim Johnson, Abe Laboriel, Bennie Maupin, Ralph Rickert, Steve Tavaglione, Phil Upchurch, & Larry Williams. Recorded in 1977 & 1980 at Conway Studios & Dawnbreaker Studios, L.A. by Peter Chaikin.
“The pioneering drummer-composer... broke a great deal of ground for the soulful, Latin rhythmic threads of contemporary jazz, as evidenced in the brisk horns leaping to life on ('Feel Your Dream')..." (H. Grey/JazzTimes, Jan/Feb '96)


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