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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Ascending Numeration: Reformed 4:05
2 Shift 2:07
3 Possession Of Images 6:35
4 Negative Secondary 4:41
5 The Witness 5:26
6 Invisible Paths 3:11
7 Fundamental Disturbance I 4:02
8 Fecundation: 070118 4:32
9 Embodiment 5:04
10 Facing West 5:05
11 Clouds 7:29
12 Back At The Crib 3:06
13 Cardinal-Fixed-Mutable 2:36
14 Fundamental Disturbance II 4:30
15 Individualization 4:14
16 Fecundation: 070118 (Another View) 4:19

Line-up / Musicians

Steve Coleman plays Selmer saxophones and Vandoren reeds

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CD: Tzadik TZ 7621 (US)

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