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G.T. Moore And The Reggae Guitars - Reggae Blue download mp3
Title:
Reggae Blue
Performer:
G.T. Moore And The Reggae Guitars
Style:
Reggae
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MP3 album size:
1982 mb
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Moore And The Reggae Guitars, released 04 October 1975 1. A Girls Best Friend 2. I Wouldn't Mind 3. C'est La Vie 4. Vagabond King 5. Running Down The Road 6. People (Who Kill People) 7. Otis Blue 8. Bad Johnny 9. Let's Breathe 10. Reggae Reggae ‘Reggae Blue’ was the second album recorded with The Reggae Guitars. Some of the Reggae Guitars wanted to move on and do their own thing, which meant exit Tony Hannaford, Tom Robinson, Malcolm Mortimer. It was a smaller band attempting to do a studio album.

Moore and the Reggae Guitars. 5 Selected discography. Their first album is most notable for the fact that all the music was actually recorded outdoors in a field by the River Thames. In 1971 they got in to Pye Studios for their first studio recording, a maxi single with a version of Bob Dylan's 'Hobo'. The second album was released as a double album at the price of one.

Side B: Published by: Carmel Music Ltd. Note: Same sleeve and picture inner as other release except this version has a raised edge label, no "MCPS" and pressed ring around centre. Matrix, Runout (Stamped, side 1): CAS 1105 A//2 C 1 1 1. Matrix, Runout (Etched, side 1): ARUN.

Issued in a replica paper sleeve with obi strip, inner sleeve and insert mostly in Japanese. Rights Society: JASRAC.

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Moore And The Reggae Guitars. The lineup included Tom Whyte, Martin Hayward, Malcolm Mortimer, Tony Hannaford, Tom Robinson and Tim Jones. But there were several variations of their band with guest musicians like John 'Rabbit' Bundrick (The Who), Steve Holly (Paul Mcartney & The Wings) and Tony Braunagle. At some point they had two drummers, congas and a three-piece brass section. They started of on the Pub Rock circuit but grew fastly to eventially play gigs all over the country and in Europe

Moore & The Reggae Guitars were a reggae band formed in the spring of 1973. The lineup included . Moore, Tom Whyte, Martin Hayward, Malcolm Mortimer, Tony Hannaford, Tom Robinson and Tim Jones. But there were several variations of their band with guest musicians like John 'Rabbit' Bundrick, Steve Holly and Tony Braunagle. Signing the 'Charisma' label to bring out 2 albums: . Moore & The Reggae Guitars(1974) and Reggae Blue(1975).

Tracklist

1 A Girl's Best Friend 3:54
2 I Wouldn't Mind 3:11
3 C'est La Vie 3:05
4 Vagabond King 4:07
5 Running Down The Road 3:56
6 People (Who Kill People) 3:13
7 Otis Blue 5:42
8 Let's Breathe 2:50
9 Foreign Women 3:42
10 Reggae Reggae 2:48
Bonus Tracks
11 Move It On Up (Live Version) 5:43
12 Knocking On Heaven's Door (Live Version) 6:27
13 C' Est La Vie (Live Version) 6:39

Credits

  • Mastered By – Arun Chakraverty
  • Producer – Gerald Moore*, Tony Braunagle*
  • Written-By – Moore*

Notes

Issued in a replica paper sleeve with obi strip, inner sleeve and insert mostly in Japanese.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6369 967 G.T. Moore & The Reggae Guitars* Reggae Blue ‎(LP, Album) Charisma 6369 967 Netherlands 1975
AIRAC-1035 G.T. Moore And The Reggae Guitars Reggae Blue ‎(CD, Album, RM, Pap) Air Mail Archive AIRAC-1035 Japan 2003
SRM 1-1065 G.T. Moore G.T. Moore ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Mercury SRM 1-1065 US 1975
CAS 1105 G.T. Moore And The Reggae Guitars Reggae Blue ‎(LP, Album) Charisma CAS 1105 UK 1975
CAS 1105 G.T. Moore And The Reggae Guitars Reggae Blue ‎(LP, Album) Charisma CAS 1105 UK 1975