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I looked for it anywhere I could at the time but never found. I believe I have good memory and I remember where I Harold McNair Harold McNair almost all of my records. This is a first — I have a record you dont have! Having seen your extensive Various Two Niles To Sing A Melody The Violins Synths Of Sudan and extremely impressive record collection,I count myself Joyce Feminina. I got a copy for a few pounds about three months ago from a charity shop but it was in poor condition I recognized some top quality musicians on there including McNair and Tippet.

I was so impressed I found another copy in excellent condition on Ebay for a reasonable price. Its worth searching out great music, well engineered and produced ,along with a lot of other obscure British modern jazz from the 60s and 70s. So good call LJC. The Winwood theory might very well be true. So it may very well Harold McNair Harold McNair him on Hammond. There is a great satirical site, where recently it was claimed that obese people were sueing manufacturers of knives and forks for their condition.

I agree flute is mostly horrid. But, is it a problem of the flute, or the person playing the flute? You see, I think there are a clutch of instruments — flute, oboe, piccolo — that Harold McNair Harold McNair never have been considered as solo instruments in jazz.

Yes, I know that at one time people thought this of the tenor sax. As part of an ensemble these instruments are fine. But something about them when used as solo instruments always sounds dated and unnecessary. And dare I add that even in these hands it is still very, very easy indeed to have too much flute. Broadening the discussion a bit, the flute Harold McNair Harold McNair similar sounding instruments have played an important part in the development of modern jazz in the post bop and avant garde arenas.

An interesting Brit jazz avant garde flautist is Bob Downes who produced a couple of experimental type albums back in the 70s, one of which is pretty hard to get hold of. McNair remains my firm favourite though, especially on The Fence album. Few musicians can use the flute in a jazz ,blues and funk type of context so convincingly.

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Sold Out - 'Request Next' to get an email if it comes back into stock. Discuss this item. The front laminated picture sleeve displays a very dapper looking McNair in suit with flute and cigarette in hand. Both sleeve and vinyl are in MINT condition.

Harold McNair Harold McNair remarkable copy of this rare gem! Includes the evocative titles Nomadic Joe, Herb Green and Burnt A mber, front laminated picture sleeve displaying a very dapper looking McNair in suit with flute and cigarette in hand.

Harold McNair Harold McNair McNair recorded on only a few occasions and his few LPs are much sought after by collectors. The album featured the voice and saxophone of "Little G" and McNair played alto sax Titled Up in the Air this featured McNair on flute, tenor sax and vocals accompanied by a rhythm quartet Details below have been supplied by John "G" Bass player Spike Heatley Bells Of Kyoto Bells Of Kyoto "One thing I can tell you about the record, Harold had already tried to record this material with some Americans who I believe were either at Ronnies or on tour in UK.

However, it was a total cock up as he later told us rather sheepishly, he had spent time in NY before coming to England and knew these people vaguely and the record company thought it would be a coup to have them on the label.

As this was all stuff we had played together for months at the Bulls Head the only option to rescue the project was with us which Harold McNair Harold McNair was the answer.



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  1. Issued in a gatefold sleeve with a pink pouch on the front cover containing a pink balloon. Recorded at Sound Techniques Ltd., Chelsea. On sleeve rear: B&C Records Ltd, 37 Soho Square, London W/5(16).
  2. Nov 17,  · Immediately I heard Harold McNair I was blown away. He has a driving  rhythmic pulse with high energy ideas and attack. His solo lines are structured devilishly like Jimmy Smith Hammond organ, rapid-fire sorties punctuated with stabbing climaxes in the upper register, cascading notes scattering in every direction.
  3. Harold McNair in the US We found 20 records in 13 states for Harold McNair in the US. The top state of residence is North Carolina, followed by Mississippi. The average Harold McNair is around 83 years of age with around 53% falling in to the age group of 81+.
  4. Sep 20,  · Of special note, the Harold McNair Quartet is credited with two tracks (Harry Flicks and Tangerine) on the fabulous Zoot at Ronnie Scotts album recorded live in London, November 13 to 15th I had overlooked McNair’s presence on the album, rediscovering it only while researching Harold for .
  5. During his time at Virginia Tech (), Dr. McNair published 8 books, technical papers, and supervised 65 graduate theses. He also served as Department Head from
  6. Research genealogy for Harold McNair of Kingston, Jamaica, as well as other members of the McNair family, on Ancestry®.
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  8. Harold McNair / Flute & Nut Dutton Vocalion (/) The story of Jamaican saxophonist/flautist Harold McNair is one of the great "what-might've-beens" of British jazz. He was, by all accounts, a charming, well-mannered guy with a beautiful sound on tenor, alto and, in particular, on flute, and the music just flowed through him.

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