- Live At the BBC & Other Stories

Live At the BBC & Other Stories

Live At the BBC & Other Stories

  • 4 CD set
  • 46 Remastered tracks
  • Over 4½ hours of music
  • BBC tracks sourced from the archives
  • Bonus material with previously unreleased and very rare recordings
  • Authoritative liner notes by Pete Brown

Assembled by the same successful team that worked on the critically acclaimed ‘Wade in the Water’ box set.

The ultimate Graham Bond collectors’ item, with all the unreleased BBC recordings, plus numerous bonus tracks that include ultra rare and private recordings made available for the first time ever, and a hard to find EP.   The set contains Graham Bond's entire BBC output - under his own name and featured with other acts.   More of Graham's award-winning saxophone playing than previously available on any set in the market.   Features an amazing 1962 hour-long jam session from Manchester's Club 43.

Compiled and produced by Pete Brown (Cream’s lyricist and long-time Graham Bond associate and co-performer).

Remastered by Jon Astley (George Harrison, Led Zeppelin, The Who & many others).

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Tracklist

CD 1

Graham Bond Quartet with Bobby Breen. BBC ‘Jazz Club’, recorded at Paris Cinema, broadcast 25th April, 1963.

1. Bluesology
2. I’m Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town
3. Hello Little Girl
4. Spanish Blues
5. Wade In The Water
6. Hallelujah I Love Her So
7. Every Day I Have The Blues

Graham Bond: vocals and Hammond organ. John McLaughlin: guitar. Jack Bruce: double bass. Ginger Baker: drums. Bobby Breen: vocals. George Melly: presenter

Duffy Power with the Graham Bond Quartet. BBC 1963 

8. I Saw Her Standing There
9. I Got A Woman
10. Summertime
11. Hallelujah I Love Her So
 
Graham Bond: Hammond organ. John McLaughlin: guitar. Jack Bruce: double bass. Ginger Baker: drums. Duffy Power: vocals.

Don Rendell Quintet with guest Dick Heckstall-Smith . BBC ‘Jazz Session’, recorded at Paris Cinema, broadcast 9th September, 1962 

12. Things Are Getting Better
13. Elsie And Ena aka ‘Bring Back The Burch’
14. Richmond Festival
15. Kelly Blue
16. Troika
17. Kazeef
18. Persian Party
 
Don Rendell: tenor and soprano saxophones. Graham Bond: alto saxophone. Dick Heckstall-Smith: tenor saxophone. Johnny Burch: piano. Tony Archer: double bass. Ted Pope: drums. Steve Race: presenter.

CD 2

Graham Bond Organization BBC ‘Jazz Beat’, recorded at Playhouse Theatre, London, broadcast 22nd January, 1966

1. Wade In The Water
2. Only Sixteen
3. When Johnny Comes Marching Home

Graham Bond: Hammond organ, vocals. Dick Heckstall-Smith: tenor sax. Mike Falana: trumpet. Ginger Baker: drums. George Melly: presenter.
 
Bond and Brown BBC ‘Sounds Of The 70s’, recorded at Maida Vale, London, broadccast 23rd March, 1972 

4. Macumbe
5. Milk Is Turning Sour In My Shoes
6. Beak Suite

Graham Bond: vocals, Hammond organ and electric piano. Pete Brown: vocals and percussion. Diane Stewart: vocals and percussion. Delisle Harper: bass. Ed Spevock: drums. Pete Drummond: Presenter.
 
Graham Bond & Dick Heckstall-Smith Home tape 1962

7. Improvisation

Graham Bond: alto saxophone. Dick Heckstall-Smith: tenor saxophone
 
Dick Heckstall-Smith Band. Demo 1972 

8. Moses In The Bullrushourses

Graham Bond: Hammond organ and vocals. Dick Heckstall-Smith: tenor sax (The other musicians for this performance are unknown).
 
Graham Bond Organization. Live 1966/7

9. What’d I Say? Graham Bond: Hammond Organ & Vocals. Dick Heckstall-Smith: Tenor Sax. Jon Hiseman: Drums.
 
Graham Bond Initiation Live 1969/70 

10. Wade In The Water

Graham Bond: Hammond organ, alto saxophone and vocals. Keith Bailey: drums.

Graham Bond Quartet. BBC ‘Pop Goes The Beatles’, recorded at Aeolian Hall, London, broadcast 16th July, 1963.

11. I Got A Woman
12 Cabbage Greens
13. I Saw her Standing There
14. Spanish Blues

Graham Bond: Hammond organ. John McLaughlin: guitar. Jack Bruce: double bass. Ginger Baker: drums. Duffy Power: vocals.

CD 3

Graham Bond Initiation. BBC ‘Top Gear’, recorded at Maida Vale, London, broadcast 31st January, 1970.
 
1. Walkin’ In The Park/ I Want You (Segue)
2. Wade In The Water
3. Love Is The Law
 
Graham Bond: Hammond organ and vocals. Diane Stewart: congas and vocals. Dave Usher: flute, tenor saxophone, guitar. Nigel Taylor: bass. Keith Bailey: drums. John Peel: announcer.
 

Graham Bond Initiation. BBC John Peel Sunday show, recorded at Paris Theatre, London, broadcast 22nd March, 1970. (Paris Theatre, London).
 
4. Love Is The Law
5. Magic Mojo Blues
6. The World Will Soon Be Free
7. Wade In The Water
 
Graham Bond: Hammond organ and vocals. Dave Usher: flute. Nigel Taylor: bass. Keith Bailey: drums. Kevin Stacey: guitar. John Peel: presenter

CD 4

The Graham Bond Quartet. From the EP ‘Jazz And Twist’, Vaux VA6, ℗1962
 
1. Things Are Getting Better
 
Graham Bond: alto saxophone. Brian Dee: piano. Malcolm Cecil: double bass (possibly)Tony Mann: drums.
 
Graham Bond. Taken from Philamore Lincoln’s album ‘The North Wind Blew South’, Epic BN 26497, ℗1970
 
2. Blew Through
 
Graham Bond: Hammond organ. Pete Wingfield: piano. Philamore Linclon: drums. Horns: (unknown)
 
Graham Bond with Ken Wray and the Joe Palin Trio. Rehearsal/jam session, Manchester Club 43, 1962.
 
3. Sack O’ Woe
4. Mack The Knife
5. Work Song
6. Oleo
7. Things Are Getting Better
 
Graham Bond: alto sax. Ken Wray: valve trombone. Joe Palin: piano. Bill Brown: Double bass. Dave Edwards: drums.

Release Information

  • Catalogue Number: REPUK 1279
  • Format: 4CD (Two x 2CD Brilliant boxes in Slipcase)

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