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Live 1972

Label: Hux Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Travellin’; Compassion; Marching Song; Spaces; Down on the Farm; Pleasure City; Metropolis IX.

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Mike Westbrook: Live 1972

Read "Live 1972" reviewed by Maurizio Comandini


La meritoria etichetta inglese Hux Records recupera un live piuttosto raro del 1972 che vede protagonista una versione molto ridotta, in termini numerici, della famosa orchestra jazz del pianista Mike Westbrook. Il periodo è quello della transizione verso il rock-jazz di un arrangiatore molto apprezzato sia dall'establishment jazzistico dell'epoca, sia dal nuovo pubblico che stava sempre ...

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Mike Westbrook: Live 1972

Read "Live 1972" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Mike Westbrook Live 1972 captures a fleeting snapshot of the transitional group Westbrook assembled in between hisMetropolis era big band and the jazz rock venture Solid Gold Cadillac featuring Phil Minton's irrepressible vocals. This quintet lasted only a few weeks but the line-up boasted Gary Boyle, guitarist of the legendary band Isotope. Also, George Khan on ...

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Songs Without Words

Label: Hux Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Station Song; Plain Song; Song Of The Deep; The Forest Of Fables; New Song Of Experience; I Thought I Heard Robert Johnson Say; Sub-Continental Drift.

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Chris Spedding: Songs Without Words

Read "Songs Without Words" reviewed by Duncan Heining


Recorded for Harvest in 1970, Songs Without Words was only originally released in Japan. At the time, Chris Spedding was a much sought after guitarist in jazz and rock with one of the most impressive of CVs--Mike Westbrook, Michael Gibbs, Jack Bruce, Ian Carr's Nucleus, Pete Brown and Frank Ricotti amongst others. The reason for its ...

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Chris Spedding: Songs Without Words

Read "Songs Without Words" reviewed by Roger Farbey


All five musicians on this retrieved-from-the-vaults archival release were at various times alumni of bands or recordings directed by British veteran jazz composer Mike Westbrook. Songs Without Words was produced at the end of 1969 under the aegis of Peter Eden (who produced several early Westbrook records for the Deram label), on the condition, imposed by ...

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Ron Geesin: Biting The Hand (BBC Radio Broadcasts 1969 - 1975)

Label: Hux Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: CD1: Blues Turned A Bit Green; Pretty Little Faces; Off The Left Cuff; Yesterday?s Sheep; Very Nostalgic Piece; Devised Now; A Piece For Harmonium; John Peel?s Introduction; Wind Of Life; Railway Sleepers; Whirls Of Brain; Rampage For Radio; A Piece Of Brown Paper; The First Piece;

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Ron Geesin: Biting The Hand (BBC Radio Broadcasts 1969 - 1975)

Read "Ron Geesin: Biting The Hand (BBC Radio Broadcasts 1969 - 1975)" reviewed by Nic Jones


Ron Geesin Biting The Hand (BBC Radio Broadcasts 1969 - 1975) hux records 2007 Even in the state of cultural flux that was Britain in the late 1960s, multi-instrumentalist Ron Geesin must have stood out. The BBC radio sessions which make up much of this double-CD go a long way ...

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Soft Mountain

Label: Hux Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Soft Mountain Suite Pt. 1; Soft Mountain Suite Pt. 2.

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On the Airwaves: BBC Radio Recordings 1969-1974

Label: Hux Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: CD1: Bright Morning Stars; Worlds They Rise and Fall; Spirit Beautiful; Willow Pattern; Turquoise Blue; Whistle Tune; Darling Bell; You


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