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Runswick Hymas Big Bands 1974-78

Runswick Hymas Big Bands 1974-78 by Daryl Runswick / Tony Hymas buy album

Daryl Runswick / Tony Hymas

Label: ASC Records
Released: 2019
Views: 271

Track Listing

When the Bough Breaks; Lainey’s Tune; The Generals Of Islamabad; In Three; Love Song; Irene; Canto; Strains For Laine’s Brains; Dee Dee; One for Denis.


Additional Personnel / Information

Tracks 1 - 4: Martin Drover, Kenny Wheeler, Henry Lowther: trumpets; Ray Warleigh, Stan Sulzman, Don Rendell: reeds; Chris Pyne: trombone; Dave Horler: valve trombone; Terry Johns: french horn; Cliff Bevan: tuba; Frank Ricotti: vibraphone, percussion; Tony Hymas: Rhodes electric piano; Daryl Runswick: double bass, bass guitar; Spike Wells: drums. Tracks 5 - 10: Norma Winstone: vocals; Mike McKenzie: vocals, piano; Tony Coe: reeds; Henry Lowther, trumpet, flugelhorn; Phil Lee, Dick Abel: guitar; Don Harper: violin, viola; Alan Branscombe: keyboards, percussion; Daryl Runswick: keyboards, synthesizer, double bass, bass guitar, vocals; Harold Fisher, Chris Karan, Tony Carr: drums, percussion.



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