Graham Collier

Deep Dark Blue Centre + Portraits + Alternate (BGOCD822)

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Deep Dark Blue Centre + Portraits + Alternate

Graham Collier

BGO

5017261208224

BGO 128150

BGOCD822

JAZZ

2

Deep Dark Blue Centre + Portraits + Alternate

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CD 12,39 €

3 LPs on 2 CDs

INCLUDES THE ALBUMS:

- DEEP DARK BLUE CENTRAL - 3 1/2 STARS PENGUIN GUIDE TOJAZZ
- PORTRAITS - 3 STARS PENGUIN GUIDE TO JAZZ
- THE ALTERNATE MOSAICS

PERSONNEL:

GRAHAM COLLIER, bass on all tracks, with:

CD 1 [1-6]: DEEP DARK BLUE CENTRAL (Originally Deram)
ike Gibbs (tb) Dave Aaron (as,fl)
Karl Jenkins (bs, oboe), Phil Lee (g), John Marshall (d).
London, January 15 & 18, 1967.

CD 1 [7] PORTRAITS  (originally Saydisc):
Dick Pearce (flhn), Pete Hurt (as), Geoff Castle (p)
Ed Speight (g), John Webb (d)
London, November 16 & 17, 1972.

CD 2 [1-2] PORTRAITS; Same personnel, date & location as above

CD 2 [3-6] THE ALTERNATE MOSAICS (PREVIOUSLY UNISSUED):
Harry Beckett (tp,flhn), Alan Wakeman (ts, ss)
Bob Sydor (as,ts) Geoff Castle (p), John Webb (d)
Live “Torrington”, North Finchley, London, December 8, 1970.

CD 1:

01. Blue Walls;
02. El Miklos;
03. Hirayoshi Suite;
04. Crumblin’ Cookie;
05. Conversations;
06. Deep Dark Blue Centre;
07. And Now For Something Completely Different Part One

CD 2:

01. And Now For Something Completely Different Part Two;
02. Portraits One
03. Part 1, Theme 1
04. Part 2, Theme 2
05. Part 3, Theme 6
06. Part 4, Theme 8

GRAHAM COLLIER: James Graham Collier (1937 – 2011) was an English jazz bassist, bandleader and composer. Collier won a Down Beat Magazine magazine scholarship to the Berklee School of Music Boston, studying with Herb Pomeroy and was its first British graduate in 1963. He was awarded an Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in 1987 for his services to jazz.