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UK Tour '76

Label: Major League Productions
Released: 2006
Track listing: CD1: Snakehips Etcetera; Phaideaux Corner; Alleycat. CD2: Nosegay; You Can

UK Tour ‘76

Label: Major League Productions
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Snakehips Etcetera 15:46; 02. Phaideaux Corner 11:32; 03. Alleycat 19:41; 04. Nosegay 7:36; 05. You Can't Be Sure 5:37; 06. Pastoral Graffiti 7:23; 07. Splat 12:01; 08. Alive and Kicking 22:12

British Tour ‘75

Label: Major League Productions
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Bundles 3:17; 02. Land of the Big Snake 4:01; 03. Out of Season 6:13; 04. The Man Who Waved at Trains 6:15; 05. JVH 4:12; 06. The Floating World 1:12; 07. Ban-Ban Caliban 9:53; 08. Sideburn 10:21; 09. Hazard Profile, Pt. 1 6:12; 10. Hazard Profile, Pt. 2 1:41; 11. Hazard Profile, Pt. 3 0:24; 12. Hazard Profile, Pt. 4 1:39; 13. Hazard Profile, Pt. 5 4:14; 14. Song of Aeolus 3:58; 15. Sign of Five 14:45

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Nucleus: UK Tour ‘76

Read "UK Tour ‘76" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Questo album, configurato come doppio CD, ci propone la registrazione, di ottima qualità, di un concerto dei Nucleus che si tenne il 18 febbraio del 1976 alla Università Loughborough di Leicester, nel contesto di un tour inglese della band guidata dal trombettista Ian Carr. Il concerto era rimasto assolutamente inedito e questa pubblicazione ci offre un ...

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Soft Machine: British Tour ‘75

Read "British Tour ‘75" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

I Soft Machine, che troviamo ben documentati da questo bel concerto tenutosi all’Università di Nottingham l’undici ottobre del 1975, erano all'epoca ormai diventati una band inserita pienamente nel filone inglese del jazz-rock, avendo perso per strada buona parte di quelle deliziose anomalie che avevano caratterizzato la parte iniziale della loro carriera, spesa fra Canterbury e i ...

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Nucleus: UK Tour '76

Read "UK Tour '76" reviewed by John Kelman

If British jazz/rock progenitor Ian Carr and his Nucleus group had made any kind of splash in the US with early albums like Elastic Rock (Vertigo, 1970), they had become largely forgotten by the mid-1970s. That's unfortunate, because they continued to record and tour in the UK and Europe and, with the exit of keyboardist/reedman/composer Karl ...

British Tour '75

Label: Major League Productions
Released: 2005
Track listing: Bundles; Land of the Bag Snake; Out of Season; The Man Who Waved at Trains; JVH; The Floating World; Ban-Ban Caliban; Sideburn; Hazard Profile Part 1; Hazard Profile Part 2; Hazard Profile Part 3; Hazard Profile Part 4; Hazard Profile Part 5; Song of Aeolus; Sign of Five.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Soft Machine: British Tour '75

Read "British Tour '75" reviewed by John Kelman

Recent years have seen a wealth of archival live releases by British jazz-rock legend Soft Machine. But the lion's share of this material has revolved around the period 1970-72, which saw the classic lineup of keyboardist Mike Ratledge, saxophonist Elton Dean, bassist Hugh Hopper, and drummer Robert Wyatt morph from a freewheeling high-volume exploratory quartet into ...


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