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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Middle Passage (Axiom, 1990) is an album by Ginger Baker.


Tracklist

1 Mektoub 7:05 2 Under Black Skies 6:59 3 Time Be Time 5:00 4 Alamout 5:48 5 Basil 5:21 6 South To The Dust 5:00


Credits

Bass – Jah Wobble Bass [Wal Midi, Fretless], Acoustic Bass – Jonas Hellborg Bass, Bass [Fretless & Six String] – Bill Laswell Drum [Doff], Goblet Drum [Dumbek], Talking Drum, Percussion [Metals] – Aiyb Dieng Drum [Sabar (Hand Drum)] – Mar Gueye Drums – Ginger Baker Engineer [Assistant, Krypton] – Anne Pope Engineer [Assistant, Platinum Island] – Paul Berry Engineer [B.C. Studio] – Martin Bisi Engineer [Krypton] – Robert Musso Engineer [Platinum Island] – Oz Fritz Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Baglama, Sitar [Coral Sitar], Banjo [Electric], Synthesizer [Fairlight] – Nicky Skopelitis Mastered By – Howie Weinberg Mixed By – Jason Corsaro Ney, Zurna – Faruk Tekbilek* Organ [Hammond] – Bernie Worrell Other [Special Assistance] – Ian Linault Painting – Shinro Ohtake Photography By – Thi-Linh Le Producer – Bill Laswell Talking Drum [Tama (Talking Drums)] – Magette Fall




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