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8 thoughts on “ Belladonna - Ian Carr - Belladonna (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The album "We'll Talk About It Later" ('71, recorded in '70) is a subtle refinement from the first album. Carr and Smith are the principal soloists (which is just fine) with Karl Jenkins (later of Soft Machine) adding some keyboard fills, along with drummer John Marshall (also later of Soft Machine) doing a fine job under-pinnning everything/5(25).
  2. Mild scratches. Cover and contents suffer from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits, discolouration etc. It's impossible to get that many mint old copies! I grade .
  3. Belladonna, an album by Ian Carr on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  4. Album Review. Torrid Zone - The Vertigo Recordings by Roger Farbey Rediscovery. Ian Carr: Belladonna; Album Review. UK Tour '76 by John Kelman Hemispheres by John Kelman Profile. Ian Carr: The Maestro and His Music; Ian Carr and Nucleus: '70s .
  5. Original Pasted U.S. Hardboard Sleeve - Gatefold 'Belladonna' was originally issued on the UK VERTIGO label in and features Brian Smith, Dave Macrae, Alan Holdsworth and Roy Babbington among others, and was produced by John Hiseman Trumpeter, composer, author, educator and broadcaster Ian Carr is a major force in British jazz and since has been one of Europe's leading .
  6. Ian Carr Belladonna - 1st UK vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: The condition of the gatefold picture sleeve is incredible for a non-laminated sleeve of this era. It is crease free with a clean print and just the lightest of shelfwear to its edges.
  7. Jul 07,  · Although the album's artwork did not mention this, the LP's vinyl labels actually had printed on them "The Ian Carr/Jeff Clyne Quartet." However, the album cover was more egalitarian and displayed the names of the other two musicians, Trevor Watts and John Stevens, in letters of equal prominence to those of Carr's and Clyne's.

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