L.T.D. - Live At The Left Bank

Dexter Gordon

LTD Live At The Left Bank
  • CAT # PRCD-11018-2

    1. Broadway 6:50
    2. Boston Bernie 7:36
    3. In A Sentimental Mood (Inst.) 6:40
    4. Blues Up And Down 1:30

with Bobby Timmons, Victor Gaskin, Percy Brice

Recorded May 4, 1969 (previously unreleased).

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