Nat Birchall Tunji / Mode for Trane

Jazz45
  • 1. Tunji
  • 2. Mode For Trane

Nat Birchall follows up on his killer reggae roots album "Sounds Almighty" and returns with a couple of sides of blissful cosmic & spiritual jazz. Recommended!!!!

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