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Studio Album, released in 1988

Songs / Tracks Listing

A1 Destination 5:23
A2 Cinema Saga 5:12
A3 Soul Melange 3:36
A4 Circle C 3:53
A5 Proteus 6:34
B1 Passage 1:00
B2 First Sunrise 4:33
B3 Ur-Beat 4:18
B4 Dark To Light 4:17
B5 Profile Man 4:14
B6 Proteus Revamp 5:04

Line-up / Musicians

Drums, Percussion - Marvin "Smitty" Smith
Electric Bass - Kevin Bruce Harris
Guitar - David Gilmore
Piano, Keyboards - James Weidman
Saxophone [Alto] - Steve Coleman
Saxophone [Tenor] - Gary Thomas (tracks: A5, B1)
Trombone - Robin Eubanks
Trumpet - Graham Haynes
Vocals [Lead] - Cassandra Wilson

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LP: Pangea (UK)

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