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A Riff Too Far - Ray Russell - Live At The I.C.A. / Retrospective (CD, Album)

A Riff Too Far - Ray Russell - Live At The I.C.A. / Retrospective (CD, Album)

  • Taukasa says:
    Following the release of Rites and Rituals in , Ray Russell's sextet was offered the chance to be recorded live during a concert at the ICA. That show, on June 11, , was issued as an album. The whole of that recording is used here, along with a retrospective of other live recordings and studio outtakes of some of his better-known mavenapebovesencaupanetjeucoun.xyzinfo: Moikai Records.
  • Bram says:
    Riffs is the twenty-sixth studio album by the English rock band Status Quo, released in December Ten tracks were cover versions of pop and rock standards, the other five were re-recordings of songs they had previously issued during the s.
  • Dutaxe says:
    Guitarist Ray Russell may be the most successful member of the final lineup of the John Barry Seven, having gone on to a serious and highly regarded career in jazz and rock in England over the ensuing Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  • Tura says:
    Ray then got the opportunity to record his solo album "Ready Or Not" whic is now re-released on CD for the first time with bonus tracks. Musicians: RAY RUSSELL, SIMON PHILLIPS, PETER VAN HOOKE, MO FOSTER, TONY HYMAS, CHRIS PARREN, JOHN PUNTER and KAPLAN KAYE This is and RAY RUSSELL having started his musical career playing with GEORGIE FAME & BLUE FLAMES .
  • JoJocage says:
    May 14,  · I do not own any content used on this video, all credit goes to the "Hurray For The Riff Raff" band. Enjoy the music.
  • Akilmaran says:
    Moikai brings legend Ray Russell back to life. This reissue comes with previously unreleased music, making it liver than ever. "Live at the I.C.A." LP released in on RCA (UK) "Retrospective" previously unreleased.
  • Zulutaxe says:
    Double CD re-issue on JIM O'ROURKE's Moikai label for "lost" free jazz album from British guitarist who in the English free jazz improvisation scene of the late 60's & early 70's was reputed to be the first guitarist to have a pedal set up & was responsible for the guitar freak out on the James Bond "Dr/5(4).
  • Yora says:
    Dec 21,  · Hurray For The Riff Raff: Tiny Desk Concert. February 5, • The music of Hurray For The Riff Raff builds bridges, unites people and forms communities. It's a .

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