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Up – Morrissey–Mullen (1976). The Atlantic Family Live at Montreux (1977). php?title The Atlantic Family Live at Montreux&oldid 691282386". 1. Album – Album, is a collection of audio recordings issued as a single item on CD, record, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century, first as books of individual 78rpm records, vinyl LPs are still issued, though in the 21st century album sales have mostly focused on compact disc and MP3 formats. His career took off after joining Atlantic Records in 1969 where he became a world-renowned engineer and producer.
It featured the Don Ellis Orchestra together with the Average White Band and guest musicians. It was originally released as a double album on vinyl. LP1 side A. "Bahia (Na Baixa Do Sapateiro)" (16:32). LP1 side B. "Jadoo" (10:34). Everything Must Change" (6:21). Up – Morrissey–Mullen (1976).
Live at Montreux is the name of live concert releases, on CD and/or DVD, by various musicians, usually referring to recordings at the Montreux Jazz Festival: Tori Amos: Live at Montreux 1991/1992. The Atlantic Family Live at Montreux (1978). Dennis Brown (1957–1999): Live at Montreux. Johnny Cash (1932–2003): Live at Montreux 1994 (DVD). Ray Charles (1930–2004): Live at Montreux 1997. Phil Collins (born 1951): Live at Montreux. Alice Cooper: Live at Montreux (CD/DVD).
The Atlantic Family Live at Montreux. The Atlantic Family Live at Montreux. This double LP was recorded at a series of concerts sponsored by Atlantic Records at the 1976 Montreux Jazz Festival. The mixture of jazz and R&B musicians is quite odd and sometimes stimualting. In addition to members of The Average White Band and soul singers Ben E. King and Luther Vandross, such players as tenor-saxophonist Michael Brecker, trumpeter Randy Brecker, altoist Sonny Fortune, flutist Herbie Mann, tenor-saxophonist David "Fathead" Newman and even trumpeter Don Ellis have their solos.
The Atlantic Family Live at Montreux is a live recording made at the 1977 Montreux Jazz Festival. It featured the Don Ellis Orchestra together with the Average White Band and guest musicians. LP2 side A. "McEwan's Export" (8:58). LP2 side B. "Pick Up the Pieces" (21:40). Ben E. King - lead vocals.
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Atlantic (Warner Music imprint). Release group information. Artist: Various Artists.
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|A||Bahia (Na Baixa Do Sapateiro)
Arranged By – Banda Black RioKeyboards – Richard Tee
Keyboards – Roger Ball
|B2||Everything Must Change
Lead Vocals – Alan Gorrie, Hamish StuartSaxophone [Baritone] – Jaroslav Jakubovic
Bass – Hamish StuartGuitar – Alan GorrieKeyboards – Roger Ball
|C2||One To One
Bass – Hamish StuartGuitar – Alan GorriePiano [Electric], Synthesizer – Roger BallSaxophone [Tenor] – David Newman*
|D||Pick Up The Pieces
Saxophone [Baritone] – Jaroslav JakubovicSynthesizer – Roger Ball
NotesRecorded at the Montreux International Festival, Switzerland, 1977.
|SD 2-3000||The Atlantic Family||Live At Montreux (2xLP, Album, RI)||Atlantic||SD 2-3000||US||1978|
|SD 2-3000||The Atlantic Family||Live At Montreux (Promo) (2xLP, Album, Promo)||Atlantic||SD 2-3000||US||1978|
|GM-200.2452, Lps. 200.2452-2||The Atlantic Family||Live At Montreux (2xLP, Album)||Atlantic, Atlantic||GM-200.2452, Lps. 200.2452-2||Venezuela||1978|
|TP 2-3000||The Atlantic Family||Live At Montreux (8-Trk, Album)||Atlantic||TP 2-3000||US||1978|
|SD 2-3000||The Atlantic Family||Live At Montreux (2xLP, Album, PR)||Atlantic||SD 2-3000||US||1978|