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Michael Gibbs:Musical Director
Kenny Wheeler:Trumpet & Flugelhorn
Henry Lowther:Trumpet & Flugelhorn
Harry Becket:Trumpet & Flugelhorn
Nigel Carter:Trumpet & Flugelhorn
Chris Pyne:Trombone
David Horler:Trombone
Malcom Griffiths:Trombone
Dick Hart:Tuba
Alfie Reece:Tuba
John Surman:Sax & Woodwind
Brian Smith:Sax & Woodwind
Tony Roberts:Sax & Woodwind
Alan Skidmore:Sax & Woodwind
Stan Sulzmann:Sax & Woodwind
John Marshall:Drums & Percussion
Clive Thacker:Drums & Percussion
Frank Ricotti:Vibes & Percussion
Chris Spedding:Electric Guitar
Roy Babbington:Bass Guitar & Acoustic Bass
Jeff Clyne:Acoustic Bass
Mick Pyne:Piano & Keyboards
John Taylor:Piano & Keyboards
Gordon Beck:Piano & Keyboards
Hugh Bean:Violin
Bill Armon:Violin
Tony Gilbert:Violin
George French:Violin
Michael Rennie:Violin
Raynond Moseley:Violin
Geoff Wakefield:Violin
Frank Alexander:Cello
Allen Ford:Cello

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

so great to see you're on this stuff. would love to see some of the more esoteric UK jazz offerings available, as they've been hellish to find for past 2 decades.

10:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

never heard of michael gibbs, but the presence of surman, wheeler and several softs make it work exploring.... many thanks!

2:11 AM  
Blogger spaceshipcackalacka said...

heres some more info about this recording
It is definitely worth checking out. Thanks for posting this!
If you have any Keith Tippet to post I would be eternally grateful.

1:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please repost this somewhere.
Thanks - got deleted.

5:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello dear friend! it was a great plesure to find this great recording and, at the same time, a bitter disappointment to find out rapidshare deleted it. so please, can you repost this great work somewhere? thanks a lot sir "pound for a brown"

12:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderful stuff man, precious my dear, precious..


12:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Many thanks for reposting this gem.

6:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks a lot, sir "pound for a brown"! this mike gibbs work is a milestone in the uk jazz scene of the seventies. thank you for reposting it.

12:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A fine and fascinating slice of 1960s progressive jazz - merci beaucoup!

6:04 PM  
Blogger winton tostello said...

thanks very much for sharing!!!thanks to people like you, good music reaches all eager ears!!

6:21 PM  
Anonymous Paul Hurley said...

I'm loving this stuff, would like to say it sounds like David Axelrod's mid-seventies stuff, but it seems that sounds like this.

Just found a new record to dig out in the dig spots.

10:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you - Great British (GB) jazz

7:55 AM  
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10:23 AM  
Anonymous Britinvdon said...

I've just recently gotten into the Sixties British Jazz Scene (Ardley/Carr/Gibbs/Garrick/Rendell/Skidmore/Surman, and of course, Jack Bruce), Thanks for this touchstone of the that Jazz Scene.

12:56 AM  

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