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Steve Miller/Lol Coxhill: The Story So Far...Oh Really?

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: CD 1: Chocolate Field; One For You; Portland Bill; Will My Thirst Play Me Tricks?/The Ant About To Be Crushed Ponders Not The Where Withal Of Boot Leather; Maggots; Bath 72; Wimbledon Baths; Gog Ma Gog; Betty (You Pays Your Money, You Takes Your Chances); God Song; Bossa Nochance/Big Jobs; Big Jobs No. 2; God Song. CD2: Chocolate Field; One For You; G Song; F Bit; Songs Of March; More G Songs; Does This; The Greatest Off-Shore Race In The World; Reprise For Those Who Prefer It Slower; Tubercular Balls; Soprano Derivativo / Apricot Jam; Oh Do I Like To Be Beside The Seaside?; In Memoriam: Meister Eckhart, From The Welfare State Epic Of The Same Name Starring Randolph Scott; A Fabulous Comedian; Coo-Coo-Ka-Chew.

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Steve Miller/Lol Coxhill: The Story So Far...Oh Really?

Read "Steve Miller/Lol Coxhill: The Story So Far...Oh Really?" reviewed by Nic Jones


Steve Miller/Lol Coxhill The Story So Far...Oh Really? Cuneiform Records 2007 British pianist Steve Miller and soprano saxophonist and British national treasure Lol Coxhill worked extensively together back in the 1970s. This carefully put together double disc set documents their music from that time and its release should ...

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Steve Miller / Lol Coxhill: "The Story So Far..." "...Oh Really?"

Read ""The Story So Far..." "...Oh Really?"" reviewed by John Kelman


Amidst the artists commonly associated with the British Canterbury scene, pianist Steve Miller and saxophonist Lol Coxhill undeservedly receive some of the least attention. Miller, brother of better-known guitarist Phil (Hatfield and the North, National Health), passed away in 1998 with only a small recorded legacy including stints with Caravan and the pre-Hatfield group Delivery. Coxhill's ...


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