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Density IV - Carlos Bechegas / André Goudbeek / Peter Jacquemyn - Open Density (CD, Album)

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    Open Density. Carlos Bechegas (flutes and voice), André Goudbeek (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, bandoneon), Peter Jacquemyn (double bass) Live at the Antwerp 29th Free Music Festival. André Goudbeek (as, bcl), Peter Jacquemyn (double bass), Lê Quan Ninh (percussion).Recorded at Alchemia (2) on 23 October NOT TWO RECORDS MW
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