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Bruce Clarke With Dick Healey, Frank Smith , Billy Hyde And Various - Lookin' Back (Or Remember What Jazz Was Like? When You Could Whistle It) album flac

  • Performer: Bruce Clarke
  • Album: Lookin' Back (Or Remember What Jazz Was Like? When You Could Whistle It)
  • FLAC: 1936 mb | MP3: 1220 mb
  • Released: 1973
  • Style: Contemporary Jazz
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Bruce Clarke  With Dick Healey, Frank Smith , Billy Hyde And Various - Lookin' Back (Or Remember What Jazz Was Like? When You Could Whistle It) album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Whoopee
Bass – John Francis Bongos [Bongoes] – Billy HydeDrums – Jack BanstonTrombone – Orme StewartTrumpet – Eric Thomsen Vibraphone – Frank Smith Written-By – Clarke*
5:00
"Colour Me Jazz " Suite
Alto Flute – Lloyd KnappBass – Derek CapewellDrums – Jack BanstonGuitar – Bruce Clarke Tenor Saxophone [Tenor], Clarinet – Splinter ReevesVibraphone [Vibes] – Kevin HockingVocals [Vocal] – Gaynor BunningWritten-By – Clarke*
(11:45)
A2a Green 2:30
A2b Brown 2:02
A2c Blue 4:17
A2d Grey 2:56
A3 Scratch Sheet
Bass – Ivan VidekyDrums – Jack BanstonGuitar – Bruce Clarke Piano – Ivan HutchinsonTenor Saxophone [Tenor] – Frank Smith Written-By – Clarke*
2:45
A4 The Same Old Dream
Alto Saxophone [Alto] – Frank Smith Written-By – Clarke*
2:46
A5 That Old Calcutta Rag
Bass – Ron Terry Drums – Billy HydeFlute – Dick HealeyGuitar – Bruce Clarke Tenor Saxophone [Tenor] – Frank Smith Written-By – Clarke*
4:28
B1 Boss Blues
Bass – Ivan VidekyClarinet – Frank Smith Drums – Don OsborneWritten-By – Smith*
3:17
B2 Black Magic
Alto Saxophone [Alto] – Dick HealeyBass – Ron Terry Drums – Charlie BlottPiano – Ron RosenbergTenor Saxophone [Tenor] – Frank Smith Trombone – John Hawker*Written-By – Clarke*
2:55
B3 Inquietacado
Clarinet, Flute – Frank Smith Guitar – Bruce Clarke Written-By – Clarke*, Smith*
6:30
B4 The Needle
Tenor Saxophone [Tenor] – Splinter ReevesTrumpet – Fred Thomas*Written-By – Clarke*
2:47
B5 Tabla Blues
Drums – Billy HydeFlute – Frank Smith Guitar – Bruce Clarke Written-By – Clarke*
4:53
B6 Kama Sutra Feeling
Bass – Ron Terry Drums – Billy HydeFlute – Dick HealeyGuitar – Bruce Clarke Tenor Saxophone [Tenor] – Frank Smith Written-By – Clarke*
7:30
C1 Anteroom
Written-By – Raney*
2:30
C2 A Though For A.G.E.
Written-By – Russo*
4:40
C3 Daahoud
Written-By – Clifford Brown
4:15
C4 In Your Own Sweet Way
Written-By – Brubeck*
4:55
C5 Night In Tunisia
Alto Saxophone [Alto], Baritone Saxophone [Baritone] – Peter Martin Bass – Ken Lester Drums – Billy HydeGuitar – Bruce Clarke Written-By – Gillespie*
3:56
C6 Zoot's Toot
Alto Saxophone [Alto] – Frank Thormton*, Peter Martin Baritone Saxophone [Baritone] – Dick HealeyBass – Ron Terry Drums – Billy HydeGuitar – Bruce Clarke Trombone – Orme StewartWritten-By – Healey*
5:50
D1 Jordu
Written-By – Jordan*
5:55
D2 Exactly Like You
Written-By – McHugh*, Fields*
4:50
D3 Guess Who
Written-By – Clarke*
4:50
D4 Joy Spring
Alto Saxophone [Alto] – Peter Martin Alto Saxophone [Alto], Soloist [Solos] – Frank Thornton Baritone Saxophone [Baritone] – Dick HealeyBass – Ron Terry Drums – Billy HydeGuitar – Bruce Clarke Trombone – Orme StewartWritten-By – Brown*
9:35

Companies, etc.

  • Produced At – Bruce Clarke Recording
  • Recorded At – Bruce Clarke Recording
  • Published By – Cumquat
  • Published By – Lively Arts
  • Published By – Downbeat
  • Published By – Shawnee
  • Published By – Leeds
  • Published By – Robbins
  • Published By – Cumquat Control

Credits

  • Remastered By, Edited By, Producer [Produced By] – Gordon Inglis

Notes

Produced and recorded at
Bruce Clarke Recording
122 Chapel Street
St. Kilda, Victoria, Australia

"A Cumquat jazz collectors double album"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A): CQR12-02 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B): CQR12-02 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side C): CQR12-02 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side D): CQR12-02 D
  • Rights Society: AMCOS
  • Rights Society: B.M.I.

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