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[Mirakle]
Mirakle
Mirakle "is another chapter in English free-improvisational guitar maestro Derek Bailey’s excursion into cross-pollination of genres".

The artwork from a masonic Master Mason tracing board was chosen for its visual interest and has no relevance to the music or lyrics.

Mirakle
Derek Bailey (guitar); Jamaaladeen Tacuma (bass); Calvin Weston (drums)
Release Date: Mar 28, 2000
Record Label: Tzadik
Genre: Jazz
UPC: 702397760320
Producer: Kazunori Sugiyama
Distributor: Koch
Recorded on November 29, 1999.


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