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Gordon Haskell - It Is mp3 download

Performer: Gordon Haskell
Title: It Is
Style: Folk-Rock,Prog-Rock,Psychedelic/Garage
Released: September 23, 1993
Size MP3 version: 1828 mb
Size FLAC version: 1786 mb
Size WMA version: 1465 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 265
Genre: Pop Rock

Gordon Haskell - It Is mp3 download

Biography by Bruce Eder. A respected bassist who worked backing some top bands and artists and has steadily released solo records.

Gordon Haskell Album: The Lady Wants To Know (Hypertension, 2004) This album contains 11 Michael Franks songs: 01. The Lady Wants To Know 02.

More albums from Gordon Haskell: Hambledon Hill by Gordon Haskell. Sail In My Boat by Gordon Haskell. Its Just A Plot To Drive You Crazy. Serve at room temperature by Gordon Haskell. The Lady Wants To Know by Gordon Haskell. Shadows On The Wall by Gordon Haskell. Harry’s Bar by Gordon Haskell. All In The Scheme Of Things by Gordon Haskell. View all albums . It Is And It Isn’t. By: Gordon Haskell (1971, Rock).

I intend putting out the single ‘I’m still mad about you’ as a taster as soon as it’s ready. I am often asked to describe my music and it’s never been easy in an environment that has divided us all into categories  .

Album by Gordon Haskell. Could Be. Upside Down. Just A Lovely Day. Sitting By The Fire. Learning Not To Feel. Musicians: Gordon Haskell: lead vocals and acoustic guitar. John Wetton: bass, organ and harmony vocals. Dave Kaffinetti: piano and electric piano. Bill Atkinson: drums. Alan Barry: electric and acoustic guitar solos and lead guitar. On No Need and Worms, Arif Mardin is added on electric piano.

Artist: Gordon Haskell. Album: It Is And It Isn't. Genre: Pop Rock, Folk. Format: MP3 CBR 320. Tracks: All songs written by Gordon Haskell. 01. No Meaning - 3:26. 12. When I Laugh - 0:24. Personnel: - Gordon Haskell - lead vocals, acoustic guitar. John Wetton - bass, organ, harmony vocals. Alan Barry - lead electric & acoustic guitar. Dave Kaffinetti - piano, electric piano. Bill Atkinson - drums. David Spinoza - rhythm guitar (02,05). Neal Rosengarden - piano (02,05).

Gordon Haskell has been a musician and singer/songwriter for 50 years. He was born in a nursing home near Bournemouth, Dorset UK on 27 April 1946 her had been widowed in 1943 when her husband Wing Commander Walter Ralph Haskell was shot down, leaving her with two small children. His father Harry Hionides was an American/Greek pilot in the US Air force, who swept her off her feet at a local dance – where, very aptly, a jazz trio were playing. It was 1971 and the album was ‘It Is and It Isn’t’ - an inspired title, given that Gordon’s signing to Atlantic coincided with the corporate takeover of the entire music industry. The album reached N. in the Luxembourg Top 20 and Gordon completed a solo promotional tour for the album, including two gigs at the Rainbow in London. He also opened for Mountain, Stackridge (who had covered ‘Worms’) and Wishbone Ash.

Gordon Haskell - The Lady Wants To Know cover. Background information. Haskell subsequently auditioned for Atlantic Records head Ahmet Ertegün, which led to Arif Mardin producing Haskell’s 1971 solo album It Is and It Isn’t. The album has guest appearances from top session musicians, notably John Wetton, who would join King Crimson in late 1972. Again, the album was not a commercial success. As the 1970s progressed, Haskell found himself playing supporting stints with Cliff Richard and Tim Hardin. For a short time in 1974 he rehearsed with the group Stackridge. Though Haskell decided not to join the group, Stackridge did record a song from It Is and It Isn’t

Gordon Haskell (born 27 April 1946, in Verwood, Dorset, England) is an English musician and songwriter. A pop, rock and blues vocalist, guitarist, and bassist, he was a school friend of King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp, the two first working together in Fripp's mid-1960s teenage group the League of Gentlemen (not to be confused with Fripp's later new wave band).


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