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8 thoughts on “ Picadilly Circles - Bob Downes Open Music - Electric City (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. Sep 02,  · Released on the legendary Vertigo "swirl" label, Electric City was one of the wilder and more obscure issues of the famous series. But if I say wild and obscure, it is nothing compared to his later works in the mid's, as here the music is very accessible resembling some kind of brass rock, as the cast of guest on Bob's first album is an impressive who's who of Phillips-related.
  3. Electric City by celebrated Jazz saxophonist and flautist BOB DOWNES eas released in Vertigo s first full year of existence. It featured the leading lights of British Jazz Rock such as CHRIS SPEDDING, RAY RUSSELL, IAN CARR, ALAN RUSHTON and DARYL RUNSWICK. The resulting record, (a collaboration with lyricist Robert Cockburn), was an outstanding eccentric example of Jazz Rock with Progressive.
  4. Jul 31,  · Open Music was Bob Downes' debut album, recorded for the Philips label in and his impact on the UK scene was such that he was voted top place in the flute category of the Melody Maker jazz poll's British musician section for three consecutive years from
  5. Flutist / composer Bob Downes is one of the most creative and innovative figures on the British Jazz scene, with a wide scope of cross-genre contributions from contemporary Classical Music via Jazz and Jazz-Rock to Free Jazz and Improvised Music. Downes was an integral part of the late s / early s revolution, that emerged in British and.
  6. Electric City, an Album by Bob Downes Open Music. Released 1 July on Vertigo (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Rock, Progressive Rock.
  7. With Circles, the band sounds vital, seasoned and tight, the tunes decent, but this one really “feels” like more of the same – definitely a fan album as it plays to all of their past strengths but yet doesn’t really cut into new territory/5(72).
  8. STUNNING Original 1st UK pressing of BOB DOWNES OPEN MUSIC ELECTRIC CITY, on the VERTIGO labels with GREAT CLEAR AUDIO, Superb Ultra Rare Cover and ORIGINAL Inner. B1 Crush Hour B2 West II B3 In Your Eyes B4 Piccadilly Circles B5 Gonna Take A Journey. Electric City was the first album by Bob Downes and one of the more obscure issues of.

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