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"They're Here" by James Gordon

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They're Here
By James Gordon

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Fiona's Comments

Follows the now classic ethereal transit sounds of Davis, as chased by Truffaz, Petter Molvaer and similar experimenters. Disturbingly listenable.

About the Album

"Latin Jazz" "Shamanic Jazz" "New Millennium Jazz" Jim Gordon does it again with another song "They're Here" right out of the "New Millennium Oven" Slow Cooked for Your Listening Enjoyment! Hot to Touch!

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February 27, 2014

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