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Carla Bley

Jazz Rock/Fusion

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Carla Bley Sextet album cover
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Studio Album, released in 1987

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. More Brahms (7:30)
2. Houses And People (7:25)
3. The Girl Who Cried Champagne (6:07)
4. Brooklyn Bridge (6:35)
5. Lawns (7:04)
6. Healing Power (6:22)

Total Time 41:03

Line-up / Musicians

- Larry Willis / piano
- Carla Bley / composition, producer, synth, music, arrangements, organ
- Watt / design
- Victor Lewis / drums
- Steve Swallow / bass, producer
- Greg Calbi / mastering
- Don Alias / percussion
- Hiram Bullock / bass, guitar
- Paul McDonough / art direction
- Doug Epstein / mixing, recording
- Stewart Schuenemann / photography
- Karen Petersen / photography
- Michael Mantler / coordinator

Releases information

WATT Works WATT/17, WATT Works 831 697-1 Vinyl, LP, Album

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(50%)
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