My bus driver once lent me an album that was a compilation of tunes by great jazz tenor sax players, and I fell in love with a cut done by Gato Barbieri. I seem to recall it was a 2-album set, and it might have been the second or third cut on the first side of the first album was the one I was thinking of. It was not new when he lent it to me in 1979, so I'm guessing it was released in early-mid 70's? I can't recall either the album or the name of the cut, or what cassette tape I have it recorded to. Any ideas?

  • loami-windmill.com/Music/gato_barbieri.mp3 That's the tune, but I still have no idea what it's called or what album it came from. – Duston Dec 15 '19 at 20:46
  • More progress, the tune is called "To Be Continued" although all the versions on YouTube are shorter (by at least half.) I still don't know the compilation where I found it though. – Duston Dec 17 '19 at 1:30
  • Did you take a look on discogs ? this is the album which apparently first had the song, "Chapter one - Latin America". The discography there has many compilations, but nothing that I could see with "To be Continued" – Angst Dec 20 '19 at 19:26

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