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  • Performer: National Health
  • Album: Of Queues And Cures
  • FLAC: 1860 mb | MP3: 1560 mb
  • Released: 1978
  • Style: Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock
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National Health - Of Queues And Cures album flac

Of Queues and Cures (also identified as Of Queues & Cures) is the second album recorded by the progressive rock and jazz fusion group National Health, on. .

Of Queues And Cures is a music studio album recording by NATIONAL HEALTH (Canterbury Scene/Progressive Rock) released in 1978 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.

National Health is the first album recorded by the progressive rock and jazz fusion group National Health, one of the last representatives of the artistically prolific Canterbury scene. Although it was created during the rise of punk, the album is characterized by lengthy, elaborate and mostly instrumental compositions that combine prog and jazz elements. Phil Miller – electric guitar

The road to National Health's eponymous first album may have been a long and rough one, but it didn't diminish its strength in the least, nor did the fact that its core line-up was three-quarters of Hatfield and the North.

This somewhat sweeping claim for National Health's second album is made not only because of the complexity and quirkiness heard throughout, but because of the presence - quite rare in the years to follow - of fuzz organ, here played by Dave Stewart prior to his departure from the group and the return of the arguably jazzier and less.

Producer – Mike Dunne, National Health. Originally released on LP in 1978 First Japanese CD version, this comes with 4 panel white foldout insert with Japanese text Track 8 is a bonus track not on other versions. Strangely, it is not a recording by National Health, but by Planet Gong (2), extracted from the album Live, Floating Anarchy 1977. Matrix, Runout: 29ED-6031 MT 1B1 ++.

Band Name National Health. Album Name Of Queues and Cures. Data de aparición 1978. Labels Charly Records. Miembros poseen este álbum1. 1. The Bryden 2-Step (for Amphibians)Part 1.

Of Queues and Cures is one of the last and finest examples of the instrumental Canterbury sound on record during the 1970s. This somewhat sweeping claim for National Health's second album is made not only because of the complexity and quirkiness heard throughout, but because of the presence - quite rare in the years to follow - of fuzz organ, here played by Dave Stewart prior to his departure from the group and the return of the arguably jazzier and less. Aficionados know that the fuzz organ, as played by Stewart in this band and his preceding Hatfield and the North, Caravan's Dave Sinclair, and of course Soft Machine's Mike Ratledge, was central to the Canterbury sound, and although Ratledge was the groundbreaker, Stewart really pushed the envelope on this one.

National Health: National Health, Of Queues and Cures". Retrieved 28 March 2013. Guitarist Phil Miller was National Health's only constant member. A frequently changing line-up, they toured extensively and released their first album, National Health in 1978. Although it was created during the rise of punk rock, the album is characterized by lengthy, mostly instrumental compositions.

Of Queues and Cures (also identified as Of Queues & Cures) is the second album recorded by the progressive rock and jazz fusion group National Health, one of the last representatives of the artistically prolific Canterbury scene.