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  1. Ladies and Gentlemen, Presenting...
  2. The Blackwidow Blues
  3. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
  4. Mona Lisas (And Mad Hatters)
  5. Wonders and Signs
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  1. Ladies and Gentlemen, Presenting...
  2. The Blackwidow Blues
  3. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
  4. Mona Lisas (And Mad Hatters)
  5. Wonders and Signs
  6. Ain't It Funny
  7. Some Cow Fonique (More Tea, Vigar?)
  8. Some Shit @ 78 BPM (The Scr tch Opera)
  9. Hotter Than Hot
  10. Breakfast @ at Denny's
  11. Shoot the Piano Player
  12. No Pain, No Gain
  13. Sorry, Elton
  14. ...And We Out
  15. Breatfast at Denny's
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Lots of records are touted as breakthroughs by the hype machines and spinmasters, but this one really is -- a marvelously playful and, above all, musical fusion of the old jazz verities and newer currents swirling around the 1990s. "Buckshot LeFonque" was a pseudonym for Cannonball Adderley in the 1950s, and you'll squint long and hard trying to find Branford's name on the jacket and cover except for the tiny note, "Produced by B. Marsalis." Maybe he was hedging his bets against the expected (and received) flak from the ...

Buckshot LeFonque 1994, Columbia

UPC: 074645732329

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Buckshot LeFonque 1994, Columbia

UPC: 074645732343

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