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BEST OF 2020

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Steve Koenig

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Beacon, NY
Managing Editor

As it is every year, recordings are a trove of riches. It's always next to impossible to narrow it down ... the first draft gets it down to about 100 recordings. In addition, choosing the best really implies you've heard all the rest. Lifelong record nerd that I am, that was pretty much true in years past, not as much any longer. Of the dizzying myriad choices, these are 15 that particularly moved me this year.

Tim Berne's Snakeoil - The Fantastic Mrs. 10 (Intakt)

The Nels Cline Singers - Share the Wealth (Blue Note)

Avishai Cohen - Big Vicious (ECM)

Chris Forbes - Film Noir (Unseen Rain)

Heroes Are Gangleaders - Artificial Happiness Button (Ropeadope)

Dave Holland-Zakir Hussain-Chris Potter - Good Hope (Edition)

Quin Kirchner - The Shadows and the Light (Astral Spirits)

Charles Lloyd - 8: Kindred Spirits Live from the Lobero Theater (Blue Note)

Joao Lobo. Simorgh - Clean Feed (Shhpuma/Les Albums Claus)

Luís Lopes Humanization 4tet - Believe, Believe (Clean Feed)

Simon Nabatov Quintet - Plain (Clean Feed)

Bobby Previte, Jamie Saft, Nels Cline - Music from the Early 21st Century (RareNoise)

Samo Salamon & Friends - Almost Alone, Vol. 1 (Samo Records)

Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah - Axiom (Ropeadope)

Marcin Wasilewski Trio with Joe Lovano - Arctic Riff (ECM)

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Long Beach, California
Ethnomusicologist, composer, improviser

All issued in 2020, except Huber in 2019.

AFRIQUE de l’Ouest: Archives musicales d’Afrique de l’Ouest. Les années 1970 à Bouaké. Enregistrements et photographies par Bernard Mondet. Edition: Musée d’ethnographie de Genève. Direction éditoriale: Madeleine Leclair. MEG-AIMP117.

APNM. Music from the Association for the Promotion of New Music, vol. 1 & 2. Chamber Music; Computer+Electronic Music. 14 composers, including Elaine Barkin, Joel Gressel, and Hubert Howe. New Focus fcr248.

BECKER, John J. (1886-1961). Soundpieces 1-7. Includes first recordings. New World Records No. 80816.

BILLONE, Pierluigi (born 1960). "Mani. Giacometti" for violin, viola and violoncello "2 Alberi" for alto saxophone and percussion. Kairos.

BIRDS. Two albums of Suara Burung (“Bird Sounds”) from Indonesia. Internet Archive, Indonesian Cassette Collection. Suara Burung-Ledekan Sulingan, Ledekan Laut. Suara Burung-Kepodang Poksay Cemani.

BUTCHER, John (born 1954). Crucial Anatomy. Butcher, Edwards, Sanders. Trost Records.

ENESCU, George (1881-1955). See PIANO, below. 

FIRE ORCHESTRA! Penderecki-Actions for Free Jazz Orchestra. Mats Gustafsson. Rune Grammofon RCD2212.

GEDIZLIOGLU, Zeynep (born 1977). Verbinden und Abwenden. Wergo WER-64282.

GESUALDO, Carlo (1566-1613). Tenebrae. Graindelavoix. Björn Schmelzer. 3 CDs. Glossa GCD-P32116.

GRATKOWSKI, Frank (born 1963). Flatbosc & Cautery. With Achim Kaufmann, Wilbert de Joode, and Tony Buck. Recorded live in 2018. Liner notes by Georg Graewe. NoBusiness Records NBCD-133.

HOWE, Hubert (born 1942). Harmonic and Inharmonic Fantasies. Centaur CEN-3759.

HUBER, Nicolaus A. (born 1939). HARAKIRI; Gespenster; l'inframince; No Exit. First recording of Huber’s notorious “Harakiri.” See Beate Kutschke’s article from 2009 Coviello Classics COV-91915.

IBARRA, Víctor (born 1978). The Dimension of the Fragile. Works for Ensemble. NEOS 12001.

KRIEGER, Ulrich (born 1962). the yggdrasil​-​soli. “9 solo pieces to be performed independently or simultaneously in any combination. Conceived and curated by Ulrich Krieger 2006-2014.” Incorporates compositions by Antoine Beuger, Julia Holter, Ulrich Krieger (2), Radu Malfatti, Aniela Perry, Michael Pisaro-Liu, Mar So, and Carter Williams. Streaming and download; limited edition (110 copies) USB flash drive+digital album. Winds Measure Recordings wm47. Sample track: Links to Information, Essays, and Scores:

LUPI, Johannes (1506-1539): Te Deum & Motets; HELLINCK, Lupus (1493-1541): Missa Surrexit pastor. The Brabant Ensemble, Stephen Rice (conductor). Hyperion Records CDA68304.

NONO, Luigi (1924-1990). La lontananza nostalgica utopica future. A stunning version played by Marco Fusi in close collaboration with Pierluigi Billone, who worked with Nono’s tapes over several months. “This recording is available in two digital formats: The .mp3 version is identical with the physical CD. The .wav version is an HD binaural recording and comes free with the purchase of a physical CD (download instructions included in the booklet).” Kairos 0015086KAI.

PENDERECKI, Kryzstof (1933-2020). St Luke Passion (composed in 1966). Kraków Philharmonic Chorus, Warsaw Boys Choir, Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Kent Nagano, conductor. BIS Records BIS-2287 SACD Hybrid.

PENDERECKI, Kryzstof. See Fire Orchestra!, above.

PIANO. Daniel Ciobanu plays Prokofiev, Enescu, Debussy, and Liszt. Highlight: an extraordinary performance of George Enescu’s “Carillon Nocturne,” the slowest ever recorded. The YouTube video of his live performance of the Nocturne, played a bit faster, is also highly recommended. Accentus Music ACC30515, booklet in English, German, French, and Romanian.

PIANO. Bells. Anthony Romaniuk. “Fascinated by low sustained notes (known as ‘pedal points’, the descendants of drones) – hence the title Bells – Anthony Romaniuk exceeds the boundaries of classical orthodoxy, ranging from Mozart to Crumb. An incredible compendium of music and emotions that enables us to discover Rameau, Byrd, Beethoven, Debussy, Purcell in a new light. We go from Bartók’s Mikrokosmos to a fascinating medieval melody that he has harmonised like a jazzman.” Alpha Classics ALPHA631.

POSADAS, Alberto (born 1967). Poética del laberinto. Cycle for Saxophone Quartet. Sigma Project saxophone quartet. Wergo WER73902.

SABAT, Marc (born 1965). Gioseffo Zarlino. Harmonic Space Orchestra. Sacred Realism sr-010.

SCELSI, Giacinto (1905-1988). Scelsi-Miscellanea (Live), Fontana MIX ensemble. Pranam II; Mantram; Quartetto N.3; Natura Renovatur; Elohim. FontanaMIX.

Scelsi Revisited. Works based around Scelsi’s improvisation tapes, by Ragnhild Berstad, Uli Fussenegger, Georg Friedrich Haas, Fabien Lévy, Tristan Murail, Michael Pelzel, Michel Roth, and Nicola Sani. (2 CDs). Kairos Music 0015030KAI.

SEARS, Big Al (1910-1990). “Goin’ Uptown” - The R&B Years. Jasmine Records JASMCD3215.


SHEPPARD, John (circa 1515-1558). Media Vita. Robert Quinnery, Choir of New College Oxford. Includes world premiere recordings of four works. Linn CKD-632.

SNEKKESTAD, Torben (born 1973). The Swiftest Traveler. Snekkestad: trumpet, clarinet, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone; Agustí Fernández: piano; Barry Guy: double bass. Recorded in 2018. Trost Records TR187.

STIEBLER, Ernstalbrecht (born 1934). Für Biliana. Another Timbre at155.

TAIWAN. Folk Music of China, Vol. 5: Aboriginal Folk Songs of Taiwan. Naxos World Music NXW76092-2.

TAYLOR, Cecil (1929-2018). Cecil Taylor at AngelicA 2000 Bologna. Music, poetry, discussion. Two discs and 40-page booklet. I Dischi di Angelica ida-042.

TIBET and CHINA. Musique religieuse chinoise et tibétaine (Chinese and Tibetan Religious Music). Originally released on Disques BAM in 1961. One of the first published recordings of Tibetan music. Internet Archive, Community Audio collection, added in 2020.

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New York


Triple Bill: Laurent David, solo el b. Joe McPhee, reeds, brass; Raf Vertessen, dr. Lele Dai, solo sewing machine. Downtown Music Gallery, NY. February 23, 2020.,,

Triple Bill: Nick Fraser, dr; Tony Malaby, tenor; Brandon Lopez, b. Cheryl Pyle, fl; Robert Dick, fl. Erin Rogers, solo sax. Downtown Music Gallery, NY. February 16, 2020.,,,

Kaze. Satoko Fujii, p; Kappa Maki, tpt; Christian Bezos, tpt; Peter Menard, dr. February 11, 2020. Roulette, Brooklyn.,

Voices: Odeya Nini. The Chutneys (Gelsey Bell, voc; Chris Cochrane- el gtr; Fast Forward– perc).,,


Wozzeck by Alban Berg. Peter Mattei (Wozzeck), Elza van den Heever (Marie). Conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Animations by William Kentridge. Set by Sabine Theunissen. Metropolitan Opera, NY.

Fires In The Mirror by Anna Deavere Smith. Michael Benjamin Washington. Saheem Ali, dir. Washington played brilliantly the 25 real characters in this tale of what I call “The Troubles,” in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. He equaled or perhaps even surpassed the magnificence of Smith’s own performance decades ago. Signature Theatre, NYC.,

Grand Horizons by Bess Wohl. Leigh Silverman, dir. Second Stage Theater. Helen Hayes Theater, NY.,

The Hot Wing King by Katori Hall. Steve H. Broadnax III. Cast: Nicco Annan, Sheldon Best, Cecil Blutcher, Korey Jacks. Signature Theatre, NY.,

Così Fan Tutte by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Phelim McDermott, production. Harry Bicket, cond. Cast: Nicole Car, sopr; Serena Malfi, mz; Ben Bliss, t; Adam Plachetka and Gerald Finley, bass-baritones; Heidi Stober, sopr. Metropolitan Opera, NY.


The Boys In The Band by Mart Cowley. Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, Andrew Rannells, Charlie Carver, Robin de Jesús, Brian Hutchison, Michael Banjamin Washington, Tuc Watkins. Joe Mantello, director.

Summer of ’85. Written and directed by François Ozon, partly based upon the novel Dance on My Grave by Aidan Chambers. Félix Lefebvre (Alexis), Benjamin Voisin (David). US distributor: Trailers and reviews on YT.

ONLINE WEBINARS, ZOOMINARS, STREAMED PERFORMANCES, courtesy of Covid-19. There’s a lot of events here, but then again, I was home a LOT.

Art/ A Sacred Emblem: Trefoil in Early Korean Metalwork and Beyond with Dr. Minjee Kim. Video at

Art/ Inside Vincent’s Creative Process: Van Gogh and Popular Culture, lecture by art historian Michael Lobel, Professor, Art History at Hunter College.

Ludwig van Beethoven. Barenboim’s Beethoven Marathon. November 15, 2020, 8am-8pm.

Ludwig van Beethoven. Dover Quartet. Complete Cycle, Part 1. Op18/2, Op59/3, Op135/16. People’s Symphony Concerts Online. December 5, 2020.,

Leonard Bernstein. “Make Our Garden Grow.” Heartbeat Opera.

Buyer & Cellar
by Jonathan Tolins. Michael Urie, actor.,

Cooper-Moore, piano. July 17, 2020.,

The Noël Coward Foundation Present: A Marvellous Party. (US), (UK)

Whit Dickey, drums; Rob Brown, alto saxophone; Brandon Lopez, bass. July 1, 2020.

The Dolphin in the Mirror: Reflections on Dolphin Intelligence & Communication. Zoom presentation by Diana Reiss, Director of Hunter’s Animal Behavior & Conservation Program.

Dover Quartet and pianist Shai Wosner. Haydn SQ Op76/2, Brahms Intermezzo op116/2; Dvorák Piano Quintet 2. People’s Symphony Concerts Online. November 15, 2020.,,

Vladimir Feltsman. Schubert: Impromptus, Op142. Beethoven: Seven Bagatelles, Op33. People’s Symphony Concerts Online. November 28, 2020.,

Food/ My Korea: Traditional Flavors, Modern Recipes. Book talk with Korean Chef Hooni Kim.

Frankenstein, by Nick Dear, based on the novel by Mary Shelley. Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, alternating roles of the Dr. and his Monster. Danny Boyle, dir.,

Dean Friedman. Singer/songwriter streaming from home. Frankenstein.,

42nd Street (from London’s West End). Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble (Director), lyrics by Al Dubin and Johnny Mercer and music by Harry Warren. Choreography by Randy Skinner. Tom Lister (Julian Marsh), Philip Bertioli (Billy Lawlor), Clare Halse (Peggy Sawyer), and Bonnie Langford (Dorothy Brock).

Historians of the Jews and the Making of Plague Memory. Professors Joshua Teplitsky and Magda Teter. Fordham University's Center for Jewish Studies. May 6, 2020.

History/ The Great Kosher Meat War of 1902: Immigrant Housewives and the Riots That Shook New York City. Book talk with author/historian Scott D. Seligman. Center For Jewish History. December 1, 2020.,

History/ The Lenape: An Indigenous Peoples Day 2020 Discussion. October 12, 2020. Lenape land includes all of New York City, and spans from western Connecticut to eastern Pennsylvania, and the Hudson Valley to Delaware. Mr. Hadrien Coumans, Co-founder and Co-director of the Lenape Center. Brooklyn Public Library.

History/ X Troop: The Secret Jewish Commandos of World War II, talk by Leah Garrett, scholar, professor and Director of Jewish Studies at Hunter College. Hunter@Home.

Jason Kao Hwang’s Human Rites Trio. Hwang, v; Ken Filiano, b; Andrew Drury, dr. June 10, 2020.,

Bill Irwin’s On Beckett / On Screen. Bill Irwin, performer and writer. November 17, 2020. Irish Repertory Theatre.,

Leoš Janáček. Lecture and performance “Out Of The Mists: From Imagination To Reality.” Zoomed from Philadelphia with Katelyn Bouska, Czech Center, NY.,

Kaiser Chiefs. Lockdown Session.,

LGBT/ Roosevelt House and the LGBTQ Policy Center at Hunter College. Interview of Eric Cervini, author of The Deviant’s War: The Homosexual vs. the United States of America, a biography of Frank Kameny.

Brandon Lopez, solo bass. May 28, 2020.

A Night In November by Marie Jones. Matthew Forsythe, actor. Matthew McElhinney, director. May 17, 2020. Irish Arts Center, with Culture Ireland.,,

Lorkin O’Reilly. Scottish singer/songwriter. Irish Arts Center, May 10, 2020.

William Parker, bass, composition; Patricia Nicholson, text, movement, composition; Ellen Christi, voice; Jean Carla Rodea, voice. July 3, 2020.

Raga Live Festival. 24 sets of music rooted in Indian classical over the course of 24 hours, presented by Pioneer Works, Brooklyn Raga Massive, NYC Radio Live and the Rubin Museum of Art.

Dave Sewelson, baritone saxophone; Steve Swell, trombone; William Parker, bass; Marvin Bugalu Smith. drums. July 8, 2020.

William Shakespeare. Lady M. Directed and adapted by Ethan Heard. Felicia Moore,Lady M; Quentin Oliver Lee, Macbeth; Tyler Putnam, Banquo; Jamilyn Manning-White, Taylor-Alexis Dupont, and Sishel Claverie and the Weird Sisters. Heartbeat Opera.

Small Island. Adapted by Helen Edmundson from a novel by Andrea Levy. National Theatre at Home.

Lisa Sokolov, voice, piano; Jake Sokolov-Gonzalez, cello. July 15, 2020.,

Stephen Sondheim. Take Me To The World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration.

Steve Swell’s Kende Dreams, William Parker, bass; Dave Sewelson, baritone saxophone; Michael TA Thompson, drums. December 3, 2020. AFA On_Line Salon.,

Theater of War. The King Lear Project. A dramatic reading of scenes from King Lear as a catalyst for guided discussions about elder care and family dynamics.

Richard Thompson. Live streaming from home. March 29, 2020.

Viral Monologs: The 24 Hour Plays.


Anthology: Return Of The Tokoloshe Men! (Demented Sounds From The 60s Teen Scenes Of Jo'burg, Cape Town, Durban And Beyond!). Rubble RUB6CDBOX13, 6CDs and 88-page book. No website listed.

Asaf Avidan. Anagnorisis. Telmavar TMR008, CD or LP.

Jon Balke. Discourses. Balke, piano, soundscapes. ECM 2648.

Ludwig van Beethoven. Late String Quartets: opp. 95, 127, 131, 132, 135, Grosse Fugue. Brodsky Quartet. Chandos 201143, 3 CDs.,

Ludwig van Beethoven. Complete Piano Sonatas. Fazil Say. Warner Classics 0190295380243, 9CDs.,

Luciano Berio. Coro. Cries of London. Norwegian Soloists’ Choir, Norwegian RO, Grete Pedersen, cond. BIS 2391, hybrid SACD.

John Coltrane/Vinny Golia. A Love Supreme Electric: A Salvo Inspired by John Coltrane: A Love Supreme & Meditations. Golia, sax; John Hanrahan, dr; Henry Kaiser, g; Wayne Peet, org; Mike Watts, b. Cuneiform Rune 470/471, 2 CDs or download.

Bill Evans. Live At Ronnie Scott’s. Evans, p; Eddie Gomez, b; Jack deJohnette, dr. Resonance HCD-2046, 2 CDs or 2LPs.

Wesley Fuller. Seven by Seven. Two compositions for computer alone and five for computer with soloists. Neuma 122.

Kenneth Gaburo Conducts New Music Choral Ensemble. NMCE1. Works by Ben Johnston, Pauline Oliveros, Charles Hamm, Gaburo, Robert Shallenberg, Leslie Bassett, Anton Webern (op.2), Luigi Nono (Sara Dolce Tacera), Olivier Messiaen (Cinq Rechants). Neuma 124.

Dave Glasser. Hypocrisy Democracy. Glasser, saxes, flute; Andy Milne, p; Ben Allison, b; Matt Wilson, dr. Here Tiz HTM003.

Gordon Grdina. Resist. East Van Strings, with cellist Peggy Lee, violinist Jesse Zubot and violist Eyvind Kang; Grdina’s Triomates, bassist Tommy Babin and drummer Kenton Loewen. Irabbagast 012.,

Satoko Fujii Orchestra New York. Entity. Oscar Noriega, Briggan Krauss, Ellery Eskelin, Tony Malaby, Andy Laster, Natsuki Tamura, Herb Robertson, Dave Ballou, Curtis Hasselbring, Joe Fiedler, Nels Cline, Stomu Takeishi, Ches Smith. Libra 214-058.

Satoko Fujii, p; Natsuki Tamura, tpt. Pentas. NotTwo MW 999-2,

Lafayette Gilchrist. Now. Gilchrist, p; Herman Burney, b; Eric Kennedy, dr. Lafayette Gilchrist Music (no catalog no. given) 2 CDs.

Ingebrigt Håker Flaten. Til Anna: Confirmations and Abstractions. Solo acoustic bass. Catalytic Sound. Sonic Transmissions Records STR 01, LP or download.,

Rich Halley. The Shape of Things. Halley, tenor; Matthew Shipp, p; Michael Bisio, dr; Newman Taylor Baker, dr. Pine Eagle 013.

Jimi Hendrix Experience. Live in Maui. Experience Hendrix/Legacy 19439799031, 2CDs or 3LPs or multichannel Blu Ray.,

Jason Kao Hwang Human Rites Trio. Hwang, v; Ken Filiano, b; Andrew Drury, dr. TrueSound TS03.

Charles Ives. Symphonies 1-4. Gustavo Dudamel, LAPO. Deutsche Grammophon 00028948395057, streaming or download only.

Keith Jarrett. Budapest Concert. ECM 2700/01, 2CDs.

Kaze. Sand Storm. Satoko Fujii, p; Natsuki Tamura, tpt; Christian Pruvost, tpt; Peter Orins, dr; plus Ikue Mori, laptop. Circum/Libra 205.

Rued Langaard. Complete Works for String Quartet. Nightingale SQ. da capo 6.200004, 3 SACDs.

Allegra Levy. Lose My Number: Allegra Levy Sings John McNeil. Levy, voc; Carmen Staaf, p; Carmen Rothwell, b; Colleen Clark, dr; John McNeil, tpt; Pierre Dørge, uke. SteepleChase SCCD 31900.,

Noa Levy and Shimpei Ogawa. You, Me & Cole. Vocal and acoustic bass, my favorite vocal album this year. Belle Records.,

Rudresh Mahanthappa. Hero Trio. Mahanthappa, alto; François Moutin, b; Rudy Royston, dr. Whirlwind. WR4780.

Delfeayo Marsalis’s Uptown Jazz Orchestra. Jazz Party. Troubadour Jazz TJR083119.

Joni Mitchell. Archives Volume 1: The Early Years (1963-1967). 5CDs, book, 8x8 box, inserts. Rhino R2 6-4555.

Thelonious Monk. Palo Alto. Rhythm-A-Ning/Impulse! B0032180-02.,

Claudio Monteverdi. Complete Madrigals. Delitiae Musicae. Marco Longhini, cond. Naxos 8.501505, 15 CDs, all the original 9 booklets with notes, complete texts and English translations in a hardbox.

Quinsin Nachoff. Pivotal Arc. Violin Concerto: Nathalie Bonin, v; Mark Helias, b; Satoshi Takeishi, dr; Michael Davidson, vib; wind and string ensemble. String Quartet: Molinari SQ. Pivotal Arc: Nachoff, tenor sax; ensemble. Whirlwind WR4761, CD or LP.

Francis Poulenc. Cto P; Concert champêtre; Trio P Ob Bsn; Son Ob P. Mark Bebbington, p; Jan Latham-Koenig, RPO. Resonus RES10256.

Shabaka & The Ancestors. We Are Sent Here By History. Impulse B0031632-02, CD or 2LPs.,

Franz Schubert. 12 Great Piano Sonatas (d.537, 568, 575, 664, 784, 840, 645, 850, 894, 958, 959, 960). Daniel-Ben Pienaar. Avie AV2425, 5CDs.,

Dmitri Shostakovich. Symphony 13 “Babi Yar.” Muti, CSO; Alexey Tikhomirov, b; Men pf the Chicaho Symphony Chorus. CSO Resound 8.011901.

Cory Smythe. Accelerate Every Voice. Kyoko Kitamura, voc; Michael Mayo, voc, loops; Raquel Acevedo Klein, voc; Steven Hrycelak, b, voc; Kari Francis, perc, voc; Smythe , p, electronics. Pyroclastic PR 08.,

Natsuki Tamura, tpt; Satoko Fujii, p; Ramon Lopez, dr. Mantle. nottwo MW 1003-2.,,

Michael Thomas. Event Horizon. Thomas, sax; Jason Palmer, tpt; Hans Glawischnig, b; Johnathan Blake, dr. Giants Step Arts GSA 005, 2 discs.,

Richard and Linda Thompson. Hard Luck Stories 1972-1982. All their studio albums, outtakes, demos, live, alt mixes. UMC/Universal 7768997, 8CDs, 10x10” box, hardcover book. Remastering much better than the Island Remasters issues.,

Lucinda Williams. Good Souls Better Angels. Thirty Tigers/Highway 20 H2006.,

Matt Wilson. Hug. Wilson, dr, xyl, voc; Jeff Lederer, saxes. cl, pic, voc; Kirk Knuffke, cor, sopr cor, voc; Chris Lightcap, b, el b, 8-string space bass, voc. Palmetto PM2196., [Health warning: One track contains voice samples of Twitler.]

Neil Young with Crazy Horse. Return To Greendale. Reprise 0093624893868, 2CDs, 2LPs, other formats. [Note: probably best for fans only.]

Young M.A. Herstory In The Making. Duck Down DDM CD 2943, CD or 2LP.,

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