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  1. Saramar Reply

    Julius Hemphill - 'Coon Bid'ness LABEL: Black Lion CAT#: BLCD UPC: RECORDED: • Still in original factory shrink wrap • Includes booklet with essay Free USA delivery in days USPS 1st-Class: Tracking & insurance Ultra-secure BOX packaging (no broken CD cases) Shipping: USA is nowalmonspatreamokabtarocomater.coinfo Rating: % positive.

  2. Arajora Reply

    'Coon Bid'ness, an Album by Julius Hemphill. Released in on Freedom (catalog no. AL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Jazz. Featured peformers: Julius Hemphill (alto saxophone, composer), Hamiet Bluiett (baritone saxophone), Abdul Wadud (cello), Bill Hoffman (cover art), Ron Warwell (photography), Robert L. Heimall (art direction).

  3. Nikohn Reply

    Disc 1: 01 Intro 02 Going In The Right Direction Jam 03 I Need More Love (Can't Stop Till You Get Enough) 04 Beautiful Day In Louisiana 05 Shake Your Hips 06 Jesus Is Just Alright With Me^ 07 The March Disc 2: 01 Family Band Jam 1 02 Family Band Jam 2 03 Danielle Solo 04 Nobody 05 Feedback~ 06 Nobody (Take 2) 07 Cover Song Medley% 08 Encore Break 09 Happy Trails .

  4. Dagore Reply

    Jul 21,  · But I've been listening to Dogon A.D. lately -- the CD reissue that including "The Hard Blues," which was cut at the same session but wound up on Coon Bidness, with the replica of the original self-produced album cover -- and boy, not only am I loving it, but given it's time () and it's place (St. Louis), it's like a missing link.

  5. Tygogis Reply

    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Coon Bid'ness - Julius Hemphill on AllMusic - - This historic LP includes a minute performance.

  6. Samushakar Reply

    Julius A Hemphill: Coon Bid'ness CD - CD, released in Germany by Da Music (CD ), Barcode: -- Genre: Jazz 5/5(3).

  7. Megis Reply

    Sep 30,  · "reflections" by julius hemphill et al is great,wonderful musicbut my copy of this album (published by "freedom") has very serious technical sound problems with at least one of the pieceson "the hard blues", a wonderfully funky & vibrant repeating line is continually botched in sound editing everytime it recurrs: voices are dropped out or muffled & the stereo 4/5(6).

  8. Shaktikazahn Reply

    This gives way to "Skin 2" a twisty groove of a number that would sound right at home on a WSQ recording. The main work "The Hard Blues" was re-recorded by the Julius Hemphill Sextet on his release "Fat Man and the Hard Blues". Heard here in its original version it sounds more bluesy, more loose.5/5(3).

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