Archie Shepp Life At The Donaueschingen Music Festival (1972)

      • 1. One For The Trane, Part I
      • 2. One For The Trane, Part II

      Rare European album, recorded at the Donaueschingen Music Festival in 1967, and released in 1972 on MPS. Shepp is joined by two trombonists (Roswell Rudd and Grachan Moncur) with Jimmy Garrison and Beaver Harris on bass and drums.

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