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'Prayer For Peace' Billy Bang

Billy Bang
Aug 13, 2010 Updated Sep 1, 2010

The exotic new album from US violinist Billy Bang... newly added to ABC Jazz.

Here's the tracklist

1. 'Only Time Will Tell'
2. 'At Play in the Fields of the Lord'
3. 'Dance of the Manakin'
4. 'Prayer for Peace'
5. 'Chan Chan'
6. 'Dark Silhouette'
7. 'Jupiter's Future'

In the band

Billy Bang; violin
James Zollar; trumpet / flugelhorn
Andrew Bemkey; piano
Todd Nicholson; bass
Newman Taylor-Baker; drums

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HIDDEN ERROR: Usage of "Notable instruments" is not recognized Billy Bang (September 20, 1947 - April 11, 2011), born William Vincent Walker, was an American free jazz violinist and composer. Biography: Bang's family moved to New York City's Bronx neighborhood while he was still an infant, and as a child he attended a special school for musicians in nearby Harlem. At that school, students were...

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