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  1. Fauhn

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    Heads Of State (Bartz/ Willis/ Williams/ Foster) Smoke Sessions Smoke Sessions (label) Jazz (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade.
  2. Shakak

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    Trio 3 + Geri Allen: “Long Melody” from At This Time (Intakt) Rudresh Mahanthappa: “I’ll See You When I Get There” from Mauger (Clean Feed) Heads of State: “Soulstice” from Search For Peace (Smoke Sessions) Tim Berne: “Scanners” from Snakeoil (ECM).
  3. Sharisar

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    Aug 19,  · Heads of State; Album Search for Peace; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Smoke Sessions); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. CD Baby; CD Baby Sync Publishing, ASCAP, and 1 Music.
  4. Mazugul

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  5. Kazigul

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    Aug 02,  · Jazz bassist extraordinaire Buster Williams has joined with fellow jazz greats Gary Bartz, Larry Willis and Al Foster in the new group, Heads of State, which has released its first album, Search for Peace.. While the band’s members have played in combination with each other in different configurations over the years, the quartet didn’t coalesce until they took the .
  6. Kajin

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    Find album reviews, credits and award information for Search for Peace - Heads of State on AllMusic Soulstice. Gary Bartz. Heads of State. Amazon.
  7. Dik

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    Apr 25,  · The album features two songs associated with Tyner, Coltrane’s “Impressions,” which gets the album off and running on a modal groove, and Tyner’s ruminative “Search for Peace.” But there’s much more, including two Bartz originals, tunes by McLean and Benny Carter, and three well-chosen standards.
  8. Kikus

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    About Soulstice. With a pop-oriented electronic sound beckoning remixers from all over the dance music map, this female-fronted trio turns out eclectic tracks fraught with emotion. Ranging in tempo to encompass a spectrum of moods, Soulstice imagines the future in vibrant shades of blues and reds.
  9. Mausida

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Search For Peace on Discogs/5(3).

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