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A Ballad for Many / Don Byron, Bang on a Can

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> Eugene - I. —
> Eugene - II. —
> Eugene - III. —
> Eugene - IV. —
> Eugene - V. —
> Eugene - VI. —
> Fyodorovich - Fyodorovich
> Blinky Blanky Blokoe - Blinky Blanky Blokoe
> Spin - Spin
> Basquiat - Basquiat
> The Red-Tailed Angels - I. Integrity
> The Red-Tailed Angels - II. Silver Wings
> The Red-Tailed Angels - III. Despite a Barrage
> The Red-Tailed Angels - IV. Explanation
> The Red-Tailed Angels - V. 450 Tuskegee Airmen
> The Red-Tailed Angels - VI. You Can Fly
> The Red-Tailed Angels - VII. Finally in 1941
> The Red-Tailed Angels - VIII. Fortunately
> The Red-Tailed Angels - IX. Credits
> Show Him Some Lub - Show Him Some Lub

Notes & Reviews:

After years of live collaboration, Don Byron and Bang on a Can have put together a spectacular follow-up to Byron's Grammy nominated Ivey Divey. The acclaimed clarinetist shows off his talent as a composer on 'A Ballad for Many,' his new CD with the genre-blurring Bang on a Can All-Stars. "Calling Don Byron a jazz musician is like calling the Pacific wet - it just doesn't begin to describe it... Byron has carpentered an extraordinary career precisely by obliterating the very idea of category." -TIME Magazine



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