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    Main » 2015 » November » 11 » Don Shinn ~ 1969 ~ ...Takes A Trip
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    Don Shinn ~ 1969 ~ ...Takes A Trip
    Don Shinn ~ 1969 ~ ...Takes A Tripgenre: prog, psych, classical
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, size: 271 mb)
    time: 37'06"
    misc: under above name Lp 
    Temples With Prophets released in France

    wiki:
    Don Shinn (born Donald Shinn, 15 December 1945, Southampton, Hampshire) is an English keyboard player, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and vocalist. He is known primarily as an organist and pianist, and also plays vibraphone. In the early-mid 1960’s he recorded and performed with British Beat groups The MeddyEVILS, The Echoes (backing Dusty Springfield), and The Soul Agents (featuring Rod Stewart). In 1967 he formed his own band The Shinn, which also featured future Uriah Heep bassist Paul Newton, future drummer for The Nice Brian "Blinky" Davison, and vocalist Eddie Lamb. In 1969 he released two instrumental albums, ‘Departures’, and ‘Temples With Prophets’ (aka 'Don Shinn Takes A Trip'). He was a member of the English band Dada (featuring Elkie Brooks) and appears on their eponymous album released in 1970. He has also worked with Kiki Dee, James Taylor, Engelbert Humperdinck, Stan Tracey, Persian vocalist Parvaneh Farid, Iguana, and Renaissance. He is cited as a pioneer within the progressive rock movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s, and has been acknowledged by British keyboardist/composer Keith Emerson as a major influence.[1][2][3] Uriah Heep bassist Paul Newton has also credited Shinn as a mentor and teacher. As of January 2012, unconfirmed reports indicate that Shinn is still musically active and based in the Southampton area of the UK.


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    02. Temples With Prophets 5:48
    03. A Minor Explosion 4:10
    04. Jolly Dance 3:38
    05. Hearts Of Gladness 10:22
    06. A-Minor Explosion (Bonus Track)  3:09


    Bass – Eric Ford
    Drums – Peter Wolf
    Electric Guitar – Paul Hodgson
    Organ, Piano – Don Shinn

     
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