2003. Marianne Segal & JADE “Fly On Strange Wings”. CD.

 

 

 

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2003. Mar­i­anne Segal & JADE “Fly On Strange Wings”. CD.

Album orig­i­nal­ly released on vinyl in 1970.
I played bass on this album…a Gib­son EB0…one of my favorite ses­sions. Micky Waller played on the album. Ter­ry Cox from “Pen­tan­gle” also played on these ses­sions, and Elton John’s man­ag­er Jon Miller pro­duced the album.
Quote:
“One of the great albums of the British folk rock boom of the late 60’s is this sole 1970 album by Jade. Com­pa­ra­ble to Sandy Denny’s solo albums and record­ings by folk rock con­tem­po­raries, such as The Trees and Mel­low Can­dle, this lost mas­ter­piece has been restored and re-mas­tered from the orig­i­nal tapes with the addi­tion of bonus mate­r­i­al and detailed his­tor­i­cal notes.

http://www.mariannesegal-jade.com/index

This is a reis­sue CD from the orig­i­nal LP record­ed in 1969 and released in 1970. I was hired as a ses­sion musi­cian just before mov­ing to the USA.
This CD includes two cool bonus tracks from an unre­leased sin­gle that the band “Jade” record­ed in 1971…John Wet­ton (King Crim­son, Fam­i­ly) plays bass.

 

 

 

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