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The Lost Tapes

Buddy Rich

Year: 2017

Runtime: 00:54:51

Buddy Rich The Lost Tapes is an historic preservation and restoration project. The producers recovered the masters from a fire in 1990 and went about restoring the original surround sound track of the last concert Buddy Rich recorded before he passed away in 1987. This release follows the Emmy Award winning Channel One Suite and both concerts were recorded the same night.

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Jazz

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Jazz, Documentary, Vocal, Pop, Instrumental, Blues, Folk, World, R&B, Oldies, Funk

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