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Find Me And Ill Find You - Ray Russell - Live At The I.C.A. / Retrospective (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Live At The I.C.A. on Discogs/5(10).
  2. Finding You, Finding You So blessed are the shoeshine boys, For they’ll inherit the Earth Blessed are those who sleep alone; May the find what love is worth And blessed are the troubadours Who handed me the feather Who taught me how to write the songs That brought us both together And I found you .
  3. Ray then got the opportunity to record his solo album "Ready Or Not" whic is now re-released on CD for the first time with bonus tracks. Musicians: RAY RUSSELL, SIMON PHILLIPS, PETER VAN HOOKE, MO FOSTER, TONY HYMAS, CHRIS PARREN, JOHN PUNTER and KAPLAN KAYE This is and RAY RUSSELL having started his musical career playing with GEORGIE FAME & BLUE FLAMES .
  4. Ray Russell Now, More Than Ever, released 1. The Island 2. Shards of Providence 3. Way Back Now 4. Slow Day 5. Suddenly, they are gone 6. Rubber Chicken Diner 7. Odd Way Out 8. Cab in the Rain A bona fide guitar hero in his native England, Ray Russell bridges musical worlds on Now, More Than Ever, his potent debut on the Abstract Logix label.
  5. Following the release of Rites and Rituals in , Ray Russell's sextet was offered the chance to be recorded live during a concert at the ICA. That show, on June 11, , was issued as an album. The whole of that recording is used here, along with a retrospective of other live recordings and studio outtakes of some of his better-known abhinlowilsocourrubinnutingmanso.xyzinfo: $
  6. The BBC artist page for Ray Russell. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Ray Russell interviews.
  7. Live At The I.C.A./Retrospective Ray Russell. out of 5 Double CD re-issue on JIM O'ROURKE's Moikai label for "lost" free jazz album from British guitarist who in the English free jazz improvisation scene of the late 60's & early 70's was reputed to be the first guitarist to have a pedal set up & was responsible for the guitar freak out /5(2).

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