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Friday, September 08, 2006

Elton Dean (1945-2006)


His First Album

1. Ooglenovastrome
2. Something Passed MeBy
3. Blind Badger
4. Neo-Caliban Grides
5. Part : The Last
6. Banking on Bishopsgate
7. Fun Cup

Elton Dean : Alto Sax/Saxello/Electric Piano
Mark Charig : Cornet
Neville Whitehead : Electric Bass
Phil Howard : Drums
Mike Ratledge : Organ/Electric Piano
Roy Babbington : String Bass
Nick Evans : Trombone
Jeff Green : Guitar/6 Strings Electric Bass
Luis Moholo : Drums

Tracks 1-5 : Advision Studios,London,May 1971
Track 6 : Live @ in Bremen,June 27th 1972
Track 7 : Live in London,December 11th 1972

Here's the Deal :
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please remove the link of my blog immediately (ChrisGoes). It's a secret blog for music lovers created to avoid the trolls & deleters.

1:24 AM  
Blogger A Pound for a Brown said...


1:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear A Pound for a Brown,

Could you please upload the 2 missing tracks (Track 10 - Destiny - live and Track 11 - My Heaven - live) of Out Of The Blue album? I'm a big fan of Clear Blue Sky, so, please please....:-( I'm dying for the live tracks by the band!

Thanks for all the great posts! You're the greatest!


2:03 AM  
Blogger A Pound for a Brown said...

Dear Aveek,I'm really sorry but I ain't got these tracks.This album was ripped from a Tape I had in a trade long years ago (In fact it sounds rather muffled). So...last 2 tracks are missing.....

9:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's OK. Do you have any other album of Clear Blue Sky?

11:38 AM  
Blogger A Pound for a Brown said...

No (apart from their eponymous album),but look here buddy :

There's a new album with new recorded songs to be released in december.


12:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a fan of Soft Machine, so I gotta have this one. I'm curious how this will sound compared to the Softs. Thanks for giving this opportunity :-)

1:56 PM  
Blogger Eddie Riff said...

Thanks for the Hugh Hopper and Elton Dean discs! Great blog!

7:17 PM  
Blogger Rod Warner said...

Hi... just listening to this... pretty good and more interesting than lumpy old soft machine (apologies for heresy...) - probably in part because of louis moholo -a master drummer. Thanks - great stuff! Elton's death this year a great loss...

12:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


thanks for your blog.

at the time Elton Dean passed away, only two mags in France have made a paper on this wonderful musician.

knowledge of the past gems...
has it became an utopia or what ?..
and the position of the record labels regarding their back catalog...

thanks to the net & the bloggers (like you), some kind of music will never be forget


11:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear A Pound for a Brown,

Please re-upload this album.

I like "part: the last".
I want to listen once again.


10:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please re-upload this album!

5:07 AM  

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