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    Posted: 12 Sep 2012 at 6:19pm
I added an album but I made some mistakes and I need to change it. Help?
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Only a collaborator has the right of the editing about the information of the album. Please put it in this thread if you had right information. A musician and an album. And it is information. The collaborator will help you.

And like the future. If the information that you must edit occurred, you can inform it in it in errors & omissions thread.

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Okay. The album is "Enemies of C. Frias" by Charts and Maps, in the EP section. I listed it under Jazz Related Blues instead of Jazz Related Rock. I forgot to leave out the release information, which is simply "Self released" (can't find any more info on it). And I didn't put the total time in the track listing, which is 28:45
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Thank you. I check it.
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If my editing still included an error, please inform it.
 
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cool. 
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While this thread is open...
Two John Dankworth album without details
 

Full Circle

A1

 

Eleven Plus (6:00)

 

 

A2

 

Academy One (5:31)

 

 

A3

 

The Italian Girl (4:22)

 

 

A4

 

Grow Your Own (3:48)

 

 

B1

 

Earthman (5:04)

 

 

B2

 

Schmaltz Waltz (5:00)

 

 

B3

 

Triple Portrait (3:50)

 

 

B4

 

You Are Too Beautiful

(5:01)

 

B5

 

A Family Joy (5:19)

 

 

Recorded at At Phillips Studio on Sept 29/71

Vinyl released on the Phillips label  

CD reissue Vocalion 2CDSML 8484

Credits

Bass Daryl Runswick, Tony Campo

Drums Harold Fisher, John Spooner

Guitar Joe Moretti, Martin Kershaw

Horns Antonio Cooke

Percussion Ray Cooper

Piano Bruce Graham, John Taylor (2)

Producer John Franz

Trombone Chris Pyne, David Horler, Malcolm Griffiths, Mike Gibbs*

Trumpet Butch Hudson, Eddie Blair, Henry Shaw*, Henry Lowther, Ken Wheeler*, Martin Drover, Trevor Barber

Tuba Dick Hart

Vibraphone Alan Branscombe

 
and....
 

LIFELINE

SIDE A

A1 Fighting The Flab (5:09)

A2 Darlington (5:22)

A3 Tomorrow's World (3:30)

A4 W R V R (5:00)

SIDE B

Lifeline suite

B1 I. Orinoco (3:41)

B2 - II. Studio Five (3:40)

B3 III. Kite Flight (3:33)

B4 IV. Defrantisity (3:37)

B5 V. Brass Roots (6:20)

 

Recorded at CBS London studios on Sept 19 to 21/73

Vinyl released on the Phillips label

 CD reissue Vocalion 2CDSML 8484

 

Bass Daryl Runswick

Drums Harold Fisher

Guitars John Girvan

Horns Antonio Cooke

Percussion Ray Cooper

Piano Tony Hymas

Producer John Franz

Trombone Ken Gibson, Malcolm Griffiths

Trumpet Henry Shaw*, Henry Lowther (also violin), Ken Wheeler*, Martin Drover, Trevor Barber

Tuba Dick Hart

Vibraphone Alan Branscombe

Woodwind Don Rendell , Duncan Lamont, Roger Cawkwell, Stan Sulzmann, Mike Page, John Dankworth

my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicted musicians to crazy ones....

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All done, thanks Sean
We are men of action. Lies do not become us.
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