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Kaleidoscope Of Rainbows Live '75

Kaleidoscope Of Rainbows Live '75 by Neil Ardley
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Neil Ardley

Label: Jazz In Britain
Released: 2021
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Track Listing

CD1: Intro; Prologue/Rainbow 1; Interlude 1; Rainbow 2; Interlude 2; Rainbow 3 (incomplete). CD2: Rainbow 4; Rainbow 5/Rainbow 6; Interlude 3; Interlude 4; Rainbow 7; Rainbow 8; Interlude 5; Rainbow 9; Epilogue; Outro.


Personnel

Neil Ardley
composer/conductor
Ian Carr
trumpet
Bob Bertles
saxophone, tenor
Tony Coe
saxophone, tenor
Brian Smith
saxophone, tenor
Barbara Thompson
saxophone, tenor
Kenny Shaw
guitar, electric
Geoff Castle
keyboards
Dave MacRae
keyboards
Roger Sutton
bass, electric
Trevor Tomkins
percussion

Additional Personnel / Information

Ian Carr: trumpet, electric trumpet, flugelhorn; Bob Bertles: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone; Tony Coe: tenor saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet; Brian Smith: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute; Barbara Thompson: tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute; Paul Buckmaster: cello; Ken Shaw: electric guitar; Geoff Castle: electric piano, synthesizer; Dave MacRae: electric piano, synthesizer; Roger Sutton: bass guitar; Roger Sellers: drums, percussion; Trevor Tomkins: percussion; Neil Ardley: director.


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