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Lan Xang


Downtown NEW YORK avant-garde jazz quartet Lan Xang was shaped in 1994 by alto saxophonist Dave Binney (a co-founder of Shed Tribe), tenor saxophonist Donny McCaslin (also an associate of Steps Forward), bassist Scott Colley (additionally from the Jim Hall Trio) and drummer Jeff Hirshfield. The group’s 1998 self-titled debut record appeared simply weeks after their well-received appearance on the Monterey Jazz Celebration; Hidden Gardens implemented in early 2000.

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Full Name Lan Xang
Music Songs Grunge Factor, Rob Petry, Far Rockaway, Trinity Place, Mode 4: Mode Four, Parting … From A View: Parting .... From A View, Xang 5, Parting...from a View, Xang Nine, Hidden Gardens, A Hundred Kings, Tango, Waltz and variations on..., Xang 2, Vevasis, Incurable Dreaminess, 2nd Line Sally, Xang 7: Xang Seven, Segues, Gradual Impulse, Mode Four, Xang Seven, Xang 4, Xang Eleven, Xang 1, Xang 10: Xang Ten, Xang Ten, Xang Six, Day of Fear, Night of Truth, Bob Dole/Blee Bop Ba Blay, Free to Dream, Xang 3, Xang Eight
Albums Lan Xang, Hidden Gardens

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