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    Main » 2015 » December » 5 » Aubrey Small ~ 1971 ~ Aubrey Small
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    Aubrey Small ~ 1971 ~ Aubrey Small
    Aubrey Small ~ 1971 ~ Aubrey Smallgenre: prog
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers, size: 231 mb)
    time: 41'36"

    aubreysmall.com:
    Aubrey Small formed in 1969 with a line-up that featured 5 part harmonies, twin guitars & flute which was quite pioneering for those times! Very soon they were attracting considerable interest in heady musical circles. Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club took the band under their management followed by numerous regular sessions on BBC Radio 1’s “Sounds of the Seventies” for Bob Harris & John Peel. The band were soon performing at landmark venues such as London’s Marquee, Flamingo, Samantha’s, Thatched Barn at Chalk Farm & the Roundhouse with Ronnie Scott’s becoming their “second home”.
    Record companies were fast becoming aware of the band’s growing reputation and within a short time a recording contract was signed as well as a publishing contract with Radio Luxembourg MD Alan Keen of Louvigny Marquee, for their songs. An album was released in 1971 followed by a single some months later.
    Although the band were together only four short years, they created a legacy of interest with the people their music reached, which has lasted until the present day. Recently unearthed long lost recorded material was returned to the band, prompting them to tell their short but colourful story.

    01. "The Loser" 3:22
    02. "Country Road" 4:21
    03. "Gardenia" 2:50
    04. "Trying To Find My Way" 2:12
    05. "For My Lady" 3:25
    06. "It's Morning" 4:02
    07. "Why?" 2:29

    08. "Love On" 4:20
    09. "Born To Be" 3:24
    10. "If I Were You" 3:19
    11. "Oh! What A Day It's Been" 3:04
    12. "Smoker Will Blow" 3:08
    13. "Wonderful" 1:40


    Written-By – Christmas (tracks: 2, 13), Hunt (tracks: 4, 6, 10 to 12), Pinckney (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 8, 9), Taylor (tracks: 3, 9)

    Bass Guitar – David Yearley
    Drums, Guitar, Vocals – Graham Hunt
    Guitar – Alan Christmas
    Keyboards, Vocals – Rod Taylor
    Lead Guitar, Vocals – Peter Pinckney
    Arranged By [Strings And Brass] – Richard Hewson

     
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    1 dentone   (12.12.2015 09:57)
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