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Jazz Flutes: The Sequel

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Dude this is a brilliant playlist Rarely do I hear James Newton anymore.I bet u could add some Roland Kirk,Sam Rivers and Yuseff Latef to it!

The order in which the songs played: Mälak 'Uqabe ~ James Newton; Song of the Wind ~ Joe Farrell Quartet; Rite of Spring ~ Hubert Laws; Left Alone ~ Eric Dolphy; Caravan ~ Chico Hamilton; Passion Flower ~ James Newton; Waltz for Debbie ~ Bobby Jaspar; Little Girl Blue ~ Bud Shank + Laurindo Almeida; It's a New World ~ Bud Shank + Bill Perkins; Stone Flute (Track 4) ~ Herbie Mann; A Time for Love ~ Elvin Jones; September Song ~ Chico Hamilton; Bulgarian Boogie ~ Free Flight; Speak Low ~ Bobby Jaspar; Tickled Pink ~ Henry Threadgill's Zooid; Milhaud: Sonatine for Flute + Piano, Opus 76, 3. Clair ~ Emmanuel Pahud + Eric le Sage; Rite of Spring (Track 3) ~ Hubert Laws. ... ... Don't know if it's the order you intended, @BleakMouse ... ... but ... this is a MASTERFUL MIX!

That's the order, which is how my thoughts flowed as I considered the great mess of CDs I'd gathered for this purpose. I suppose now it's immoral or illegal to listen to them in the same order again here -- which makes the test of a mix the degree to which it holds up under randomizing. I play that game on my computer a lot anyway. Thanks! (!)

The phrase is a combination of hyperbole and disavowal -- the language of advertising. Looks like I didn't get too many suckers into the tent. Anyway, I needed it when I tossed it in. Thanks for listening.