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Studio Album, released in 1987

Songs / Tracks Listing

A1 Desperate Move 6:15
A2 Stone Bone Jr. 1:11
A3 Mad Monkey 3:34
A4 Dream State 6:34
A5 Tang Lung 2:47
A6 Yo Ho 4:02
B1 And They Partied... 4:15
B2 In the Park 2:07
B3 Just a Funky Old Song 2:23
B4 Urilai Thrane 1:50
B5 To Perpetuate the Funk 7:01
B6 Koshine Koji 1:41
B7 Tlydor's Bane 4:14

Line-up / Musicians

Geri Allen Piano, Keyboards, Vocals
Kelvyn Bell Guitar (Electric)
Steve Coleman Sax (Alto), Vocals, Producer, Art Direction, Digital Mixing
Jimmy Cozier Vocals
D.K. Dyson Vocals
Robin Eubanks Trombone, Vocals, Vocals (bckgr)
Kevin Bruce Harris Bass (Electric), Guitar (Bass), Vocals, Vocals (bckgr)
Graham Haynes Trumpet
Mark Johnson Drums
Cassandra Wilson Vocals

Releases information

LP: JMT JMT 870010 (Germany)

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