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The Roundtable - Spinning Wheel (1969) [Reissue 2015]

Rock, Progressive Rock, Jazz | Author: artmuss | 6-03-2017, 16:02
The Roundtable - Spinning Wheel (1969) [Reissue 2015]Artist: The Roundtable
Title Of Album: Spinning Wheel
Year Of Release: 2015 [1969]
Label: President Records
Country: UK
Genre: Jazz-Rock, Fusion, Instrumental
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 32:03
Full Size: 180 mb
WebSite: Album Preview

If you like a combination of jazz, folk, baroque, gospel and blues - kind of medieval music with pop influences - injected into eight well-known numbers and performed by a group of superb musicians playing such ancient instruments as shawms, crumhorns and regals, then you MUST buy this album.

The stars are David Munrow (also on descant recorder) and Chris Hogwood (harpsichord), two highly-respected interpreters of medieval sounds, but the effect achieved when they mix with three flugelhorns, two woodwinds, piano, organ and a driving rhythm section powered by two drummers is quite amazing.

You will hardly recognise Laura Nyro's 'Eli's Coming', Lennon & McCartney's 'Michelle', or Blood Sweat And Tears 'Spinning Wheel'. 'Scarborough Fair' and 'This guy's in love with you' are also gems and the arrangements are so complex that it will take you a dozen plays to pick out everything that is going on. It is impossible to describe the beauty or fascinating rhythms on paper.


1. Eli's Coming
2. Fantasia on a Theme by Lennon & Mccartney (Michelle)
3. Saturday Gigue
4. A Girl I Used To Know
5. Scarborough Fair
6. This Guy's in Love with You
7. Where Do You Go
8. Spinning Wheel

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