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Poll Question: Which is the worthier Mwandishi spiritual successor?
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    Posted: 31 May 2012 at 6:27am
Don't necessarily go for the more popular ot you fave, though!!!Wink
 
all of them dating from 73 or 74, in the direct aftermath of Mwandishi
 
 
 


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I couldn't go past HH, though The Jewel in the Lotus was tempting, I think HH represented an equally big leap in terms of Herbie changing his sound, and that spirit of change is very much present there, as it was with Mwandishi
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I went for Henderson's Realization... the whole Mwandishi line-up is prtesent (also on Inside Out)...
 
You could easily mistake it for Sextant's follow-up
 
It's been ages since I heard Priester's album, though.
 
 
 
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