Harrison Blue - Harrison Blue mp3 album
Deep Blue" is a song by English rock musician George Harrison that was released as the B-side to his 1971 charity single "Bangla Desh". Harrison wrote the song in 1970, midway through the recording sessions for All Things Must Pass, and recorded it in Los Angeles the following year while organising the Concert for Bangladesh
The Blue Album brought together 28 Beatles hits, from their 1967 single Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever to Let It B. An outtake from the Please Please Me shoot was used on the rear of the Blue Album, and on the front of the Red Album. The gatefold covers of both albums featured a photograph of The Beatles and fans taken during the 'Mad Day' in London on 28 July 1968. International variations. Unlike the 1962-1966 collection, the Blue Album was largely the same in the US and UK, although there were some variations.
Album: George Harrison. Release Date: February 14, 1979. Musicians: Guitars, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Bass: George Harrison Drums: Andy Newmark Bass: Willie Weeks Keyboards, Mini Moog: Neil Larsen Percussion: Ray Cooper Polymoog, Harmonium, Mini Moog & Backing Vocals: Steve Winwood Marimba: Emil Richards Harp: Gayle Levant Guitar Intro Love Comes To Everyone : Eric Clapton Oberheim If You Believe : Gary Wright String & Horn Arrangements: Del Newman. Produced by: George Harrison & Russ Titelman. Studio: FPSHOT and AIR Studios – London. Recording dates: March-October 1978.
Harrison Bankhead's time has come. The Advancement of Creative Music (AACM) is on a roll with the release of Velvet Blue. For decades, the bassist has been the bedrock upon which great Chicago jazz has been built. He was the foundation for legendary players like Fred Anderson, Von Freeman, Roscoe Mitchell, Muhal Richard Abrams, and Malachi Thompson and a collaborator with Nicole Mitchell in the Indigo Trio and Hamid Drake and Ernest Dawkins with the Chicago Trio. In 2011, he released Morning Sun Harvest Moon (Engine Studios) his first recording as a leader. With Velvet Blue he returns again with drummer Avreeayl Ra and two saxophonists, 8 Bold Souls collaborator Ed Wilkerson and Mars Williams.
|A1||When I Turn Out The Light|
|A4||I'm In Love|
|B1||When I Turn Out The Light|
|B4||I'm In Love|
- Bass – Dave Woodhead
- Drums – Al Cross
- Guitar – Norm Barrett
- Organ – Dan Katrone
- Saxophone – Geoff Bournes
- Trumpet – Charlie Gray
- Vocals – Scott Dibble
- Vocals, Guitar, Music By, Lyrics By – Tory Cassis
Notes4 track demonstration cassette.
Drummer Al Cross went on to form Big Sugar.
Same program on both sides.