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Prince of Darkness

Composer Wayne Shorter    (click to list other tunes)
Submitted by David Luebbert
Posted 4/11/08; 10:00:39 PM
Msg# 198 (top msg in thread)
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Chord progression for Wayne Shorter's Prince of Darkness. This tune, dedicated to Miles Davis, appeared on Miles' album The Sorcerer.

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