What We Live - Never Was flac album
Title: Never Was
Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
MP3 album: 1954 mb
FLAC album: 1202 mb
Other formats: AAC XM APE DMF DTS WAV MIDI
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- Distributed By – IREC Milano
- Manufactured By – PhonoComp
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Black Saint
- Copyright (c) – Black Saint
- Published By – Trobar
- Recorded At – Sharkbite Studios
- Edited At – Headless Buddha Mastering Lab
- Mastered At – PhonoComp
- Artwork [Cover] – Weegee
- Bass – Lisle Ellis
- Composed By – Donald Robinson , Lawrence Ochs*, Lisle Ellis
- Design [Cover] – Tania Kac
- Drums – Don Robinson*
- Edited By – Myles Boisen
- Executive-Producer – Flavio Bonandrini
- Liner Notes – Art Lange
- Mastered By – Aldo Borelli*
- Producer [Produced By] – Larry Ochs
- Recorded By – Mark Keaton
- Tenor Saxophone, Sopranino Saxophone – Lawrence Ochs*
NotesRecorded direct to digital stereo on June 13 and July 5, 1996 at Sharkbite Studio, Oakland, California.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 27312 01692 5
- Matrix / Runout: 2435558 120169-2 3428 9337
- Rights Society (Publisher): ASCAP