Beaver Harris: The 360 Degree Music Experience From Ragtime

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Beaver Harris: The 360 Degree Music Experience* ‎– From Rag Time To No Time


360 Records (2) ‎– LP 2001


Vinyl, LP, Album








Free Jazz, Modal


Drum Solo

A1 A.M. Rag - Drum Solo 2:43

Transition 0:23

A2 Can There Be Peace? 2:21

A3 It´s Hard But We Do 6:57

Transition 0:19

A4 I Wish I Knew 2:44

Transition 0:23

B1 Round Trip (Part 1) 13:13

B2 Round Trip (Part 2) 9:47

Introduction (Bass Duet, African Percussion, Space Notes, Prayer) Is Glo There (Transition) Down In Brazil (Transition) African Drums (Cadenza) No Time (Space Notes, Drum Solo)


Arranged By – Dave Burrell (tracks: B1, B2), Marshall Brown (tracks: A1 to A4)

Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Howard Johnson (3)

Bass – Cecil McBee, Jimmy Garrison (tracks: A2, A4), Ron Carter (tracks: A1, A3, B1, B2)

Clarinet – Herb Hall

Congas, Drum [Quica], Cymbal [Finger], Percussion [Lingala] – Titos Sompa

Congas, Percussion [Lingala] – Coster Massamba, Auguste Malonga Quasquelourd*

Drums, Finger Cymbals – Beaver Harris

Engineer – Eddie Korvin

Flute – Keith Marks

Percussion – Leopoldo

Piano – Dave Burrell

Producer – Timothy Marquand

Sitar – Sunil Garg

Steel Drums – Francis Haynes

Trumpet – Doc Cheatham

Valve Trombone, Euphonium – Marshall Brown

Vocals – Bill Willingham, Maxine Sullivan


Side A recorded on January 20th and February 11th, 1975.

Side B recorded on December 11th, 1974.

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