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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Eddie Harris; Richard L Evans
|Performer(s):||Jazz ensembles featuring Eddie Harris, piano-sax-vocals ; with Bradley Bobo or Ron Carter, bass ; Paul Humphrey or Billy Higgins, drums ; Ronald Muldrow, guitar ; Delbert L. Hill, baritone sax ; Buddy Collette and Bill Green, alto sax ; John Kelson and Charles Owens, tenor sax ; George Bohanon, Garnett Brown & Grover Mitchell, trombone ; Benny Powell, bass trombones ; Bobby Bryant, Snooky Young, Oscar Brashear and Albert Aarons, trumpets ; Cedar Walton, piano ; Richard L. Evans, arranger.|
|Event notes:||Recorded at The Village Recorder, Los Angeles on Nov. 20, 1976.|
|Description:||1 audio disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||How can I find some way to tell you (5:53) --
Love is too much to touch (2:55) --
How can you live like that? (5:32) --
Get down with it (3:44) --
I'd love to take you home (3:36) --
Come dance with me (4:22) --
Bird of stone (2:50) --
Ambidextrous (3:42) --
Nothing else to do (9:19).
|Other Titles:||How can I find some way to tell you.
Love is too much to touch.
Get down with it.
I'd love to take you home.
Come dance with me.
Bird of stone.
Nothing else to do.