sexta-feira, 17 de março de 2017

Gordon Haskell - Hambledon Hill


















Gordon Haskell - Hambledon Hill - 1990

Gordon Haskell is an English musician and songwriter. A pop, rock and blues vocalist, guitarist, and bassist, he was a school friend of King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp, the two first working together in Fripp's mid-1960s teenage group The League of Gentlemen (not to be confused with Fripp's later new wave beat band). Haskell first gained recognition as bass player for the British band Les Fleur de Lys, and subsequently spent a short period in King Crimson, singing one of the songs on their second album and both singing and playing bass on their third album. After departing from King Crimson, he continued his musical career as a solo musician, finally gaining international recognition in 2001 with his hit song How Wonderful You Are.

01. Hambledon Hill
02. Walkin' In A Wilderness
03. Almost Certainly
04. The Right Time
05. The Other Side
06. Mumbo Jumbo
07. Pelican Pie
08. Mystical Allusion
09. What Do Broken Hearted People Do
10. Breathing In
11. Soul Mates

Gordon Haskell - Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Keyboars
Alan Bariffi - Electric Guitar (on 4 & 6)
Steve Cowen - Electric Guitar (on 2 & 5)
Tommy Banister - Pedal Steel Guitar
Tony Arnold - Slide Guitar
Paul Beavis - Drums, Percussion
Steve Darrel-Smith - Keyboards
Chris Winter - Keyboards, Brass, Woodwind, Mandolin
Mickey Fudge - Backing Vocals




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5 comentários :

Boris disse...

Hello. I wonder if you can share some other albums of Haskell: Serve At Room Temperature, Look Out and In The Scheme Of Things?

Only Good Song disse...

@Boris,

I have
1. All In The Scheme of Things
2. Serve at Room Temperature

I can prepare two links for you and I'll leave it here. :)

Boris disse...

I'll be waiting! Thanks in advance!

Only Good Song disse...

Here

https://mega.nz/#!q8oXCR4Z!6BhqjSnPJ27l3nGxChfo-DPB1J2yYrY64LsSYIN0hQg

and Here


https://mega.nz/#!qwhhUaZI!kMIkmjuvxg9CN0aQlWTux9L7diWWWI5lBT_9-v0hxF0


Enjoy

Boris disse...

Thanks a lot, man... I've tried to find them for years!