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True Love Adventure - Harold McNair - The Fence

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7 Responses to True Love Adventure - Harold McNair - The Fence

  1. Kilrajas says:
    Indimenticato album del che tutti gli amanti del jazz-rock dovrebbero conoscere. Uno dei piu' noti - MCNAIR HAROLD - FENCE |
  2. Zologar says:
    Harold McNair manages to play a flute or sax as if it was a percussive instrument - the effect is ahead of it's time, but still well balanced and true to the spirit of jazz. McNair is probably one of the most underrated musicians from the great era of 60 / 70's jazz/5(4).
  3. Grogis says:
    Child Ballad The Elfin Knight; Child Artist Title Album Year Length Have; Strings Orchestra: Scarborough Fayre: Million Sellers of the 50's, 60's & 70's.
  4. Nagami says:
    Aug 22,  · McNair may be gone, having tragically died of lung cancer at the age of 39 back in but this wonderful music will live on. [And as a small but interesting footnote: Steve Winwood's beautiful composition 'Vacant Chair' from his own eponymous album was a reaction to the deaths of Harold McNair, Graham Bond and others.]5/5(2).
  5. Vit says:
    Harold McNair - The Fence SIDE ONE The Fence True Love Adventure Early In the Morning SIDE TWO Scarborough Fair Here, There and Anywhere Recorded in Chelsea, England in Produced by Sandy Roberton for September Productions and B&C Records With: Harold McNair (sax., fl. & el. sax.).
  6. Zulkikree says:
    Harold McNair - The Fence. SIDE ONE The Fence True Love Adventure Early In the Morning SIDE TWO Scarborough Fair Here, There and Anywhere Recorded in Chelsea, England in Produced by Sandy Roberton for September Productions and B&C Records With: Harold McNair (sax., fl. & el. sax.) Rick Grech (b.) Keith Tippett (p.) Colin Green (g.) Alan.
  7. Musho says:
    McNair arrived in the UK in after a stint with Quincy Jones in the States and immediately made an impact with British jazz fans. A year prior to his demise, B&C Records issued this excellent album, where McNair leads an octet including pianist Keith Tippett and the durable Danny Thompson on bass.

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