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Camden '70

Label: Dusk Fire
Released: 2015
Track listing: Tracks: Stratusfunk*; Tanglewood; Shades of Blue; Rope Ladder To The Moon; Dusk Fire; Naïma; Nardis; Study; Rebirth; Ballad; Le Déjeuner Sur L’herbe; National Anthem & Tango. Rec. 26th May 1970. *misspelt on sleeve.

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New Jazz Orchestra: Camden '70

Read "Camden '70" reviewed by Duncan Heining


Colosseum toured with theNew Jazz Orchestra in 1970 but this is the first time that any records of that tour have surfaced. Jon Hiseman, Dick Heckstall-Smith and Tony Reeves featured in both bands. The New Jazz Orchestra recorded so little, that anything new is welcome. That it should be this good is an embarrassment of riches. ...

Album

Camden '70

Label: Dusk Fire
Released: 2008
Track listing: 01.Stratusfunk; 02. Tanglewood; 03. Shades Of Blue; 04. Rope Ladder to the Moon; 05. Dusk Fire; 06. Naima; 07. Nardis; 08. Sturdy; 09. Rebirth; 10. Ballad; 11. Le Dejeuner sur L'Herbe; 12. National Anthem & Tango.

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Neil Ardley's New Jazz Orchestra: Camden '70

Read "Camden '70" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Se la Dusk Fire avesse voluto speculare un po’ sulla pubblicazione di queste belle registrazioni dal vivo avrebbe usato il nome dei Colosseum come richiamo in copertina. E invece giustamente l’album viene accreditato alla New Jazz Orchestra di Neil Ardley, vero leader del progetto e animatore appassionato della scena jazzistica inglese fra la fine degli anni ...


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