Part 1 recorded in Leningrad 15.11.1980, part 2 recorded in West Berlin two weeks earlier,
which was the first appearance of The Ganelin Trio in the West.
Joachim Ernst Berendt wrote in the Down Beat:
""with three musicians playing approximately fifteen instruments and taking
their performance to a euphoric climax, this was the wildest, the
best organised and yet the most professional free jazz I've heard for years."
Total Duration 77"36, notes by Alexander Kan.
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