Friday, 13 July 2018

Columbus Circle "On St. John’s Eve” 1976 US Private Prog Jazz Rock,Avant Garde


Columbus Circle "On St. John’s Eve” 1976 US ultra rare Private Prog Jazz Rock,Avant Garde
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Columbus Circle are a very interesting group from Connecticut. Side 1 is a bombastic serious symphony with rock elements thrown in. Almost like a proto-Art Zoyd if you can imagine that. Side 2, on the other hand, is almost the complete opposite and features a more simplistic horn rock sound with female vocals, organ and guitar. The second side of the album is about half a dozen years too late on the pop scene, but I found it the more enjoyable portion. Really strange, almost anachronistic album. Worth seeking out!…~

Paul R. Coyle - Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Flute 
Richard Sweehey - Trumpet, Flugelhorn 
Jeffery Haigh - Trombone 
John Hayek - Guitar 
Lee Callahar - Piano - Lad From Lombard; I’m Your Salvation; Oh Henry; Quincy Nights 
Buck Biber - Piano - Saint John’s Eve and The Morning After 
Michael Fishman - Bass 
Donald Eccleston - Drums, Timpany and Conga 
Richard Catalano - Conga and Percussion on Lad From Lombard 
Barbara Coyle - Vocal - I’m Your Salvation


Tracklist: 
1. Saint John’s Eve (19:39) 
2. The Morning After (03:28) 
3. I’m Your Salvation (02:36) 
4. Oh Henry (02:44) 
5. Lad From Lombard (02:08) 
6. Hustlin’ (02:23) 
7. Quincy Nights (03:23)

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