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Camden '70

Camden '70 by New Jazz Orchestra buy album

New Jazz Orchestra

Label: Dusk Fire
Released: 2015
Views: 645

Track Listing

Tracks: Stratusfunk*; Tanglewood; Shades of Blue; Rope Ladder To The Moon; Dusk Fire; Naïma; Nardis; Study; Rebirth; Ballad; Le Déjeuner Sur L’herbe; National Anthem & Tango. Rec. 26th May 1970. *misspelt on sleeve.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Personnel: Neil Ardley conductor, director; Nigel Carter, Mike Davis, Henry Lowther, Harry Beckett trumpets; Derek Wadsworth, Robin Gardner, Mike Gibbs trombones; Dick Hart tuba; Dick Heckstall-Smith, Dave Gelly, Jim Philip, Barbara Thompson woodwinds, saxophones; Frank Jellett vibes, percussion; Dave Greenslade organ, electric piano; Dave ‘Clem’ Clempson guitar, vocal; Tony Reeves electric bass; Jon Hiseman drums.


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