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Jools Hollands and Rythm and Blues Orchestra – Sex and Jazz & Rock & Roll (1996) FLAC

17-10-2015, 20:00
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Jools Hollands and Rythm and Blues Orchestra – Sex and Jazz & Rock & Roll (1996) FLAC


Artist: Jools Hollands & Rythm and Blues Orchestra
Album: Sex & Jazz & Rock & Roll
Year: 1996
Label: Warner ESP
Genre: Jazz, Blues
Quality: Lossless
Format: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracks: 18
Time Release: 00:50:04
Size Release: 324 mb
WebSite: amazon.com

Tracklist:

1. Jubals Discovery – 0:16
2. Hamsters Wheel – 2:49
3. Waiting Game – 4:12
4. Able Mabel – 3:34
5. uj – 0:50
6. I, is All I Ever Hear – 3:47
7. Instrumental Love – 2:49
8. Atom Bomb – 5:50
9. Rab Elpmet – 0:22
10. Scorpio Rising – 4:10
11. Well Alright – 3:10
12. Count To Ten – 4:09
13. Escaped Stripe – 0:53
14. I Love a Train – 3:35
15. Wang Dang Doodle – 4:05
16. Martians Playing Boogie Woogie – 0:16
17. Lonesome Joe – 4:51
18. Absit Invidia – 0:27




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oldhippierick   User offline   17 October 2015 20:45


Personnel: 1994 - 2014
Sam Brown, Ruby Turner - Singer, Vocals
Winston Rollins, Roger Goslyn, Fayyaz Virji, Rico Rodriguez - Trombone
Nick Lunt - Baritone Saxophone
Phil Veacock, Michael Bammi Rose - Tenor Saxophone
Lisa Graham, Derek Nash - Alto Saxophone
Jon Scott - Trumpet / Flugelhorn (B♭)
Jason McDermid, Chris Storr - Trumpet
Jools Holland - Piano / Vocals
Christopher Holland - Organ
Mark Flanagan - Lead Guitar
Dave Swift - Bass Guitar
Gilson Lavis - Drums, Percussion

Label: Coliseum Recordings [CA851] CD, UK 1996
Genre: Jazz, Blues

Note: Jon Scott used a clip-on AT943 mic with a windscreen on it for Flugelhorn (B♭). as Jon put it "You attack the trumpet but make love to a Flugelhorn". The tone is "fatter" and usually regarded as more "mellow" and "dark" than the trumpet or cornet...

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