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June 16, 1999
The Outback, Australia

Uluru (Ayers Rock) - Considered the largest monolith in the world, Uluru rises 348 m (1143 ft) from the surrounding red desert floor and has a circumference of about 9 km (6 mi)-- it can be seen from the moon.

Also from Will:
Album cover for 'Native Lands'
CD+DVD Album: "Native Lands"
 
 
 
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Living Colour's
Latest Release:
Album cover for 'The Chair In The Doorway'
CD Album: "The Chair in the Doorway"
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    Will Calhoun Quintet

    Live At The Blue Note

     


    Released May 16, 2000.
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    Musicians

    Bobby Watson - Alto & Tenor Sax

    Terrell Stafford - Trumpet

    Orrin Evans - Piano / Keyboard

    John Benitez - Contra Bass / Electric Bass

    Will Calhoun - Drums / Udu (nigerian Clay Drum) / Wave Drum



    Tracklist

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    Dorita
    Minority
    Umoja
    Fe-Fi-Fo-Fum
    Dawn Of The Great Eastern Sun
    Africa's Afternoon
    Drum Hymn For Ana Marie Shorter
    Dolphin Dance




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