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Central Square by Revolutionary Snake Ensemble

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Album Title: Year of the Snake
Label: Innova Recordings
Released: 2003

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About the Album

An ode to Central Square, Cambridge, MA

Track Listing

1. Parade (Field) (5:29) 2. Year of the Snake (Peterson/Field/Herschman/Paull/Pilkington/VanBeever) (2:22) 3. Soul Makossa (Dibango) (5:37) 4. Soul Power (Brown) (5:04) 5. A Call For All Demons (Sun Ra) (6:56) 6. Central Square (Field) (5:51) 7. Some Nerve (Scofield) (4:29) 8. El Choclo (Villoldo) (5:18) 9. Iko Iko/Aicho (Crawford/Field) (5:43) 10. I Got It (Field) (4:25)

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Ken Field: alto saxophone, percussion; Jon Fraser: trumpet; Scott Getchell: trumpet, flugelhorn; Bob Pilkington, Lennie Peterson, Brian Thomas: trombone; Mark Caughill: tenor saxophone; Derek VanBeever: acoustic bass; Aaron Bellamy: electric bass; Eric Paull, Ethan Meyer: drums; Mickey Bones: snare drum, percussion; Larry Dersch: snare drum, percussion; Karen Aqua: percussion.

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December 9, 2005

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