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The Dankworth Big Band - Lifeline album mp3

  • Performer: The Dankworth Big Band
  • Genre: Jazz / Stage music
  • Title: Lifeline
  • Released: 1973
  • Style: Big Band, Jazz-Rock, Theme
  • MP3 version size: 1550 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1220 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
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John Dankworth Big Band FULL CIRCLE & LIFELINE. Dankworth leads a powerhouse band consisting of such fine players as Tony Hymas/Alan Branscombe/John Taylor (keyboards), Daryl Runswick (bass guitar) and Harold Fisher/John Spooner (drums), while in the brass and reeds sections are luminaries including Mike Gibbs, Kenny Wheeler, Stan Sulzmann, Don Rendell and Dankworth himself

The Dankworth Big Band. Short-info: Label: Philips ‎– 6308 169 Type: Vinyl, LP Country: UK Date of released: 1973 Category: Jazz, Stage & Screen Style: Big Band, Jazz-Rock, Theme. The Dankworth Big Band - Lifeline RAR archive MP3 format. 1906 downloads at 53 mb/s.

The Band is the second studio album by the Band, released on September 22, 1969. It is also known as The Brown Album. According to Rob Bowman's liner notes for the 2000 reissue, The Band has been viewed as a concept album, with the songs focusing on people, places and traditions associated with an older version of Americana.

Full Circle/Lifeline. Full Circle/Lifeline. Dutton Vocalion 8484.

This page includes JOHN DANKWORTH The Big Band Sound O. .

Dankworth formed his big band in 1953. The band was soon earning plaudits from the critics and was invited to the 1959 Newport Jazz Festival, the first British group to receive an invite. The New York Times critic said of this appearance "Mr. Dankworth's group. showed the underlying merit that made big bands successful many years ago – the swinging drive, the harmonic colour and the support in depth.

Alec Dankworth has assembled a new band to perform the suite in its entirety, along with some charts from his own Generation Band pad. The Band are:- Noel Langley, Trumpet/Freddie Gavita, Trumpet/Henry Lowther Trumpet & Violin/Robbie Robson, Trumpet/Mataius.

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A1 Fighting The Flab
Written-By – Ken Gibson
A2 Darlington
Written-By – Daryl Ranswick*
A3 Tomorrow's World
Written-By – John Dankworth
A4 W R V R
Written-By – John Dankworth
B1.a Orinoco
Written-By – John Dankworth
B1.b Studio Five
Written-By – John Dankworth
B1.c Kite Flight
Written-By – John Dankworth
B1.d Defrantisity
Written-By – John Dankworth
B1.e Brass Roots
Written-By – John Dankworth


  • Bass – Daryl Runswick
  • Design [Sleeve] – Moore, Morris*
  • Drums – Harold Fisher
  • Engineer – Mike Ross*
  • Guitar – John Girvan
  • Liner Notes – Stan Britt
  • Photography By – Doug Mckenzie
  • Piano – Tony Hymas
  • Producer – John Franz
  • Reeds – Don Rendell, Duncan Lamont, John Dankworth, Mike Page, Stan Sulzmann
  • Strings – Harold Fisher
  • Trombone – Ken Gibson, Malcolm Griffiths
  • Trumpet – Henry Lowther, Henry Shaw, Martin Drover, Trevor Barber
  • Violin – Henry Lowther
  • Voice – Harold Fisher


Recorded at CBS Studios, February, 19 / 20 / 21, 1973
Manufactured and printed in England