Graham Collier

Down Another Road/Songs for My Father/Mosaics (BGOCD767)

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Down Another Road/Songs for My Father/Mosaics

Graham Collier

BGO

5017261207678

BGO 128146

BGOCD767

JAZZ

2

Down Another Road/Songs for My Father

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CD 14,04 €

• Digitally remastered and slipcased

• 3 LPs ORIGINAL ALBUM ON 2-CD SET

- Three albums recorded between 1969 and ’70 by Graham Collier Sextet/Music, originally released on Fontana (a subsidiary of Philips Records)

- At times his band included Harry Beckett, Kenny Wheeler and John Surman

- British Modern Jazz is now being critically revalued and these albums are testament to some fine original music.

PERSONNEL ON CD 1 [1-6]: DOWN ANOTHER ROAD:

  • GRAHAM COLLIER, bass
  • HARRY BECKETT, flugelhorn
  • STAN SULZMANN, alto & tenor sax
  • NICK EVANS, trombone
  • KARL JENKINS, oboe, piano
  • JOHN MARSHALL, drums

Recorded in London, March 21-22, 1969

  • 01. Down Another Road
  • 02. Danish Blue
  • 03. The Barley Mow
  • 04. Aberdeen Angus
  • 05. Lullaby For A Lonely Child
  • 06. Molewrench

PERSONNEL CD 1 [7-9] : SONG FOR MY FATHER

  • HARRY BECKETT, trumpet, flugelhorn
  • ALAN WAKEMAN, tenor sax
  • BOB SYDOR, tenor & alto sax
  • JOHN TAYLOR, piano
  • CHICK WEBB, drums
  • Among others

London, January & February 1970

  • 07. Song One (Seven-Four)
  • 08. Song Two (Ballad)
  • 09. Song Three (Nine-Eight Blues)

PERSONNEL CD 2 [1-4] : SONG FOR MY FATHER

  • Same perssonel & date as CD 1 [7-9]
  • 01. Song Four (Waltz in Four-Four)
  • 02. Song Five (Rubato)
  • 03. Song Six (Dirge)
  • 04. Song Seven (Four-Four Figured)

PERSONNEL CD 2 [5-8] : MOSAIC

  • HARRY BECKETT, trumpet, flugelhorn
  • ALAN WAKEMAN, tenor sax
  • GEOFF CASTLE, piano
  • JOHN WEBB, drums
  • BOB SYDOR, tenor & alto sax

Live "Torrington", North Finchley, London, December 8, 1970.

  • 01. Mosaic Part One: Theme 1
  • 02. Mosaic Part Two: Themes 4, 2 and 3
  • 03. Mosaic Part Three: Themes 4 & 6
  • 04. Mosaic Part Four: Themes 2 & 8