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Saturday, 12 February 2011

LIVE...FROM THE INVERCARSE - 1973

In May 2010 I posted a feature on the East Coast Jazz Band which included a recording of them playing at the Invercarse Hotel in 1973.
That one back then was a funky little number by Stevie Wonder - so this time out I thought I'd have the band doing a song in a slightly different style, a rock-pop crossover which was a chart hit in 1971 for Ashton, Gardner & Dyke - a track called "Resurrection Shuffle". A tune that was sure to get everybody tapping their toes underneath the dining tables!
Same line-up as before, except it's Brian Rose doing the vocals on this occasion. So... Les Cameron, keyboards - Dave Fimster, trumpet - Jim Wallace, trombone - Doug Gow, clarinet/sax - Harry Morrison, drums - Ron Elder, bass and Brian Rose, guitar & vocal.
A nice sound coming out of the Farfisa Compact Deluxe too!


video

4 comments:

  1. thisis brullyin, eh luv the smooth smooth sounds

    fanta

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  2. Great track. I go as far as to say it rocks. Mind you I prefer a bit of Hammond a go-go myself.

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  3. desmond carrington, the organist entertains, thurs 10pm, radio 2 is ace. fanta

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  4. Mr Fimister - my old head teacher at Hillside Primary.

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