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9 thoughts on “ Dust-Storm - Jack Lancaster And Robin Lumley - Marscape (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Marscape, an Album by Jack Lancaster & Robin Lumley. Released in on RSO (catalog no. RSO SUPER; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Rock, Progressive Rock, Jazz Fusion.
  2. Overall the songs on this album (Marscape) were the best of the writing team of Lancaster/Lumley. Beautiful layered guitars over acoustic piano and synths and Lancaster's haunting sax. The wonderful percussive style of Phil Collins before he sold out and one of the finest underrated bass players of all time Percy Jones.
  3. Dec 30,  · Don't know about best version, since I haven't looked too hard at any of the single-artist discs. I haven't found it on any of Steve's compilations. The closest I got was on one of Dennis Drake's compilations - Time-Life's Sounds Of The Eighties: The Mid-'80s: Take Two (Vol. 17 of the series, released ). It's a differently-EQ'd digital clone of Warner Special Products' 2-CD Night Beat.
  4. ©℗ Robin Lumley & Jack Lancaster Under exclusive worldwide license to Zok Records Ltd. Recorded, mixed and mastered at Trident Studios, London, Summer /5(1).
  5. The original, classical version of Peter And The Wolf was composed by Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev in , and premiered on the 2nd May of that year. In , a rock version of Peter And The Wolf was released with the majority of arrangements done by Jack Lancaster and Robin whole album was built around the original classical compositions by Prokofiev, though rock .
  6. Listen to Jack Lancaster Radio featuring songs from Marscape free online. Listen to free internet radio, sports, music, news, talk and podcasts. Stream live events, live play-by-play NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, college football, NCAA basketball, and Premier League matches.
  7. Marscape - Jack Lancaster & Robin Lumley with Brand X part This album was recorded in between Brand X albums, Unorthodox Behaviour and Moroccan Roll, and essentially, Marscape is another Brand X album, as the album featured Lancaster on wind instruments, Lumley on keyboards, with Phil Collins, John Goodsall, Percy Jones, and Morris Pert.
  8. This album is good jazz-rock fusion. It has all the original Brand X members (Lumley, Jones, Goodsall, Collins), plus Jack Lancaster on assorted wind instruments. From my understanding, this album was how the four founding Brand X members first all played together, before they set off to /5(5).

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