Ardleys, Neil New Jazz Orchestra: On The Radio: BBC Session 1971

Neil New Jazz Orchestra Ardleys: On The Radio: BBC Session 1971

Ardleys, Neil New Jazz Orchestra: On The Radio: BBC Session 1971

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Title: On The Radio: BBC Session 1971
Artist: Ardleys, Neil New Jazz Orchestra
Label: Market Square
UPC: 5065001032516
Genre: Jazz

Archive release. This debut release of Neil Ardley and his New Jazz Orchestra BBC broadcasts from 1971 measure a year of change for the band's musical director. The first session captures the full majesty of the NJO at the height of it's powers in a Jazz Club session from February with a 20-performer line-up pre-recorded at London's Camden Theatre. Humphrey Lyttelton helms proceedings; musicians include Ardley, Harry Beckett, Ian Carr, Henry Lowther, Derek Wadsworth, Mike Gibbs, Don Rendell, Barbara Thompson, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Dave Greenslade, Dave Clempson Jeff Clyne, Jon Hiseman and Frank Ricotti. Fast forward to September of that year, and we have Ardley's epic 'The Time Flowers' on Jazz in Britain. Inspired by JG Ballard's sci-fi short story, 'The Garden of Time', he plays alongside Carr, Rendell, Ricotti, Barry Guy, the London Studio Strings with Keith Winter on electronics in a 30-minute set that declares Ardley's growing intentions toward the electronic media that were to become increasingly integral to his later recorded work. Bearing faultless performances from the cream of modern British jazz, this latest Dusk Fire release is another essential purchase for connoisseurs of the genre.

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1.2 Tanglewood ?63
1.3 Half Blue
1.4 Pendulum
1.5 Terre de Miel
1.6 The Immortal Ninth
1.7 The Time Flowers
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