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    Father Herrera And The Trio Esp Jazz Goes To Church (1968)

    Enterprise
    • Father Herrera And The Trio Esp – So What
    • 1. Jesus, Master, Shepherd Hear Me
    • 2. Anger
    • 3. Joy
    • 4. Christ Is Made The Sure Foundation
    • 5. So What
    • 6. Contemplation
    • 7. Sorrow
    • 8. Jubilation
    • 9. Through This Day Your Hand Has Led Me
    • 10. Joy

    Jazz is the preacher! Surreal jazz and sermon style! Check it out - groovy version of 'So What'!.


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