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August 04, 2012

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Etherealpr

Great stuff! Where is track 9?

mIKES

Track 9 IS on this page - you just gotta look in the right place.
Hint: Install DownThemAll for your Firefox browser

pan

Where is track 9? www.diesel-generatorset.com

UnclPaul

Track 9 is at the end of the very first paragraph or yeah yeah, DownThemAll will search 'em out. What a terrific album with nice walking rhythms reminding me of Lee Morgan, varied song structures, no band members doing cheesy bird calls & touches like a dab of Mary had a little lamb unexpectedly in The Chimp & the bumblebee. Can't believe something this good didn't sell in the thousands. I guess the average exotica buyer of the time wanted something a little more sanitized to listen to while sipping Mai Tais out of a plastic tiki cup.

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