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Eddie HarrisE.H. In The U.K.

Label:Atlantic – SD 1647
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, MO
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Jazz, Blues
Style:Jazz-Rock, Jazz-Funk

Tracklist

A1Baby
DrumsAlan White
Electric PianoZoot Money
Saxophone [Electric], Trumpet [Electric], Vocals [Singing Through His Horn]Eddie Harris
6:45
A2Wait A Little Longer
DrumsAlan White
Electric PianoZoot Money
Saxophone [Electric]Eddie Harris
4:12
A3He's Island Man
CongasLofty Amao*
DrumsIan Paice
Electric PianoStevie Winwood*
GuitarAlbert Lee, Jeff Beck
Saxophone [Electric]Eddie Harris
2:25
A4I've Tried Everything
BassRick Grech
CongasLofty Amao*
DrumsIan Paice
Electric PianoStevie Winwood*
GuitarAlbert Lee, Jeff Beck
Saxophone [Electric]Eddie Harris
8:13
B1I Waited For You
BassChris Squire
DrumsAlan White
Electric PianoStevie Winwood*
GuitarAlbert Lee
Saxophone [Electric]Eddie Harris
Synthesizer [Moog]Tony Kaye
Written-ByCharles Stepney
5:48
B2Conversations Of Everything And Nothing
BassChris Squire
DrumsAlan White
Electric PianoStevie Winwood*
GuitarAlbert Lee
Saxophone [Electric], Trumpet [Electric], Piano [Acoustic]Eddie Harris
Synthesizer [Moog]Tony Kaye
15:54
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Credits

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The Eddie Harris London Sessions. Recorded at Morgan Studios, London.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): ST-A-733027-MO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): ST-A-733028-MO

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E.H. In The U.K. (LP, Album)AtlanticK50029UK1974
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E.H. In The U.K. (LP, Album)AtlanticATL 50 029Germany1974
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E.H. In The U.K. (LP, Album, PR)AtlanticSD 1647US1974
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E.H. In The U.K. (LP, Album)AtlanticSD-1647Australia1974
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E.H. In The U.K. (LP, Album)AtlanticK50029Italy1974

Reviews

haveacigar1985's avatar
I'm not going to URGE anyone to seek this album out. That said, the 15+ minute "Conversations of Everything and Nothing" is pretty stellar. I picked this up on the cheap after noticing Jeff Beck and Steve Winwood play on the record, however, their performances don't really stand out in a noticeable fashion (at least to me). But if your'e a sucker for long jams (such as myself), you should pick this up for a couple bucks....