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The Keith Tippett GroupDedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening

Label:Vertigo – 6360 024
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Jazz-Rock, Fusion, Avant-garde Jazz, Free Jazz

Tracklist

A1This Is What Happens
Composed ByN. Evans*
Composed By [Link]Keith Tippett, Nick Evans
A2Thoughts To Geoff
Composed ByK. Tippett*
A3Green And Orange Night Park
Composed ByK. Tippett*
B1Gridal Suite
Composed ByElton Dean
B2Five After Dawn
Composed ByK. Tippett*
B3Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening
Composed ByElton Dean, H. Hopper*, Marc Charig
B4Black Horse
Composed ByN. Evans*
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Released in a gatefold cover.

On the label the main artist appears as just ''Keith Tippett Group''.

Produced for Ronnie Scott Directions.

Different B-side label as Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening (LP, Album)Vertigo, Vertigo6360024, 6360 024France1971
Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening (LP, Album, Stereo)Vertigo6360 024Germany1971
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Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening (LP, Album)Vertigo6360 024Australia1971
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Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening (LP, Album, Test Pressing, White Label)Vertigo6360 024UK1971
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Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening (LP, Album, Promo)VertigoSFX-7316Japan1971

Reviews

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viima
What a brilliant take on fusion jazz: wild, energetic, atmospheric, bordering on chaotic at points. Beautiful, in a word.
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marcelrecords
Edited 14 years ago
So many great musicians and so little inspiration, such a disappointment! Apart from the almost incredible sounds that leave the bells of the brass in ''Five after dawn'' and the tiny replay of the Soft Machine on the title-track, there is very little to please the ear. Maybe the Mingus Workshop-clone ''Green and orange night'' park is fine too.