Brother - Tea and Symphony - Jo Sago (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Brother John is an album from jazz drummer Elvin Jones, recorded in October and released on Palo Alto Records in Track listing. All songs written by Pat LaBarbera, except where noted Side one "Necessary Evil" – "October's Child" – "Harmonique" (John Coltrane.
  2. Feb 20,  · Jo Sago, an Album by Tea and Symphony. Released in on Harvest (catalog no. SHVL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Psychedelic Folk. Featured peformers: Jeff Daw (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, aka_text {12 string guitar} role_id aka_text, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, percussion, flute, backing vocals), James Langston (lead vocals, acoustic /5(3).
  3. The band released two more albums in Searching -Brother. The third album is not found --po reviews there is still more rampant Hammond, and the first two albums are very good. Album: LP Away From It All (UK Decca LK) Genre: Instrumental Pop Year: Tea and Symphony - Jo Sago (Rare 2nd Album UK ) 2 days.
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  5. History. Harvest Records was created by EMI in to market progressive rock music, and to compete with Philips' Vertigo and Decca's Deram labels, and the independent Island label. Harvest was initially under the direction of Malcolm Jones, and was distributed in North America by EMI's US affiliate, Capitol gukswordcasternador.xyzinfo were the European licensee for the American label Blue Thumb Records.
  6. ESOTERIC RECORDINGS are pleased to announce the release of a newly remastered edition of the underground classic album by Tea & Symphony. “Jo Sago” was the band’s second (and final) album and originally appeared in November on the now legendary HARVEST label.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jo Sago on Discogs. Label: Harvest - SHVL ,EMI - 1E • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Folk/5(16).
  8. Tight later work from Jo Jones – a set that's got all the swinging energy of the early years, but also a relaxed vibe that's mighty nice too! There's a good quality to the recording – as it's one of those killer 70s sessions done for Denon in Japan – and Jones is clearly in respectful company, working with Jimmy Oliver on tenor, Hank Jones on piano, and Major Holley on bass – the last.

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