ADISA-FARRAR, SHOLA -& FLORIAN PELLISSIER QUINTET- - LOST MYSELF

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: HOT CASA

Release date: 01/04/2016

Barcode: 3700187661519

Catalog no.: HCLP0000039

Item ID: 429794

'Lost Myself' blends NY hard bop aesthetics and reggae inspired elements with the jazz of today for a fresh spin on jazz classics and original compositions.

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