Various - The Bruton Concert album FLAC
Explore releases from the Bruton Music label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Bruton Music releases. In 2002, BMG purchased the Zomba Group and amalgamated their production division to create the BMG Zomba Production Music, which Bruton is still a part of. BMG Zomba Production Music was eventually sold to Universal Publishing Production Music. The catalog is represented in North America by APM Music in Hollywood.
Currently trying to collect the whole Bruton Music Library Series . 21 March ·. Afternoon folks, I’ve started uploading the Bruton Music Concert (1980) to youtube, it’s a very elusive vinyl! This has to be one of my favourite tracks off the LP, gives me an MF DOOM vibe. Anyway hope you enjoy, will finish uploading the rest soon. John A. Coleman - The Foxy Lady (Bruton Music Concert) Library music (1980).
While Bruton was raised in Fort Worth, Texas, his experiences in his fledgling years weren’t ensconced in one musical genre, which paid off with his association with various other singers and players, as not only a guitarist, but also as a producer. Vintage Guitar: It’s been reported that your guitar epiphany wasn’t seeing the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show, but a similar experience at a concert. Stephen Bruton: Actually, I think there were two epiphanies. I went to a concert where my father was the drummer in one of the jazz groups. My mother asked if there was anything onstage that interested me, and I said, Yeah, and pointed to the guitar. It was something like a (Gibson) ES-175 being played by a guy named Charlie Pearson.
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Bruton Music Library. From the 1980 album Get up and Go - BRG 18. Bruton Music Library.
Concert for George is a live tribute soundtrack album in honour of George Harrison, issued in 2003 in conjunction with the simultaneous DVD release of the same name. Featuring performances of many of Harrison's best-known songs, played by his closest musician friends, Concert for George is considered a fitting and heartfelt celebration of Harrison's considerable career.
An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc (CD), vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolved after 1948 into single vinyl LP records played at 33 1⁄3 rpm. Vinyl LPs are still issued, though album sales in the 21st-century have mostly focused on CD and MP3 formats.
Why King's Bruton? News Timeline.
|A2||–Harold Fisher||Tequila Rocking Bird|
|A4||–Don Harper||Robin's Ruin|
|A5||–Ron Aspery||Bebop Rock|
|A6||–David Snell||Warm Glow|
|A7||–David Lindup||Steep Leap|
|A8||–Trevor Bastow||Something For Synths|
|A9||–Dave Richmond||Et Tu Bruton|
|A10||–John Coleman||The Foxy Lady|
|B2||–Duncan Lamont||The Balloonist|
|B4||–Andrew Jackman*||Hyperinflation (The Frogs And The Oxen)|
|B5||–Leslie Pearson||Spic And Span|
|B7||–Brian Whitehouse||Homage To Django|
- Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – Δ 4893
NotesDate: 29th March 1980.
Venue: The Music Centre, London.
Promotional album only.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): BRZ 1 A-1 Δ 4893 +ONE
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): BRZ 1 B-1 Δ 4893