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WINGS

James Blood Ulmer

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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Live, released in 1988

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Lady Blue 9:17
2. After Dark 13:18
3. Black Sheep 8:59
4. Wings / Drum Solo 12:53
5. Show Me Your Love America 10:33
6. I Belong In The U.S.A. 13:07

Line-up / Musicians

Bass - Bill Laswell
Drums - Ronald Shannon Jackson
Guitar, Vocals - James Blood Ulmer

Releases information

Recorded live in Zurich, Switzerland, 4-11-1988

CD: Jazz File JF 1006 (Germany),

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