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Harold McNair Harold McNair - CAS 1045

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Product description

This is the second self-titled album by Jamaican-born saxophonist and flautist Harold McNair, released posthumously in 1972. The album, which includes mixes taken from the earlier self-titled LP released on RCA in 1968, featured probably his most famous composition, "The Hipster", which has become a perennial fixture on the playlists at jazz clubs and was included on Gilles Peterson's recent Impressed Vol. 2 compilation of 1960s British jazz.

Tracklist
A1 Mento
A2 Indecision
A3 Lord Of The Reedy River
A4 The Hipster
A5 Mini Blues
B1 Spacecraft
B2 The Cottage

Matrix / runout
Side 1 (stamped): CAS 1045 A-1U
Side 2 (stamped): CAS 1045 B-1U

There is light ring wear visible on the sleeve covers, as well as a small crease in the bottom right of the front cover. There is one faint scratch running across tracks B1 and B2, approx. 5cm in length, otherwise the vinyl is free of damage and playback quality remains unaffected. The condition of this product is generally excellent.

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Harold McNair
Catalogue number:
CAS 1045
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Jazz
Label:
B & C Records
Sleeve condition:
Excellent
Tracks:
7

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This is the second self-titled album by Jamaican-born saxophonist and flautist Harold McNair, released posthumously in 1972. The album, which includes mixes taken from the earlier self-titled LP released on RCA in 1968, featured probably his most famous composition, "The Hipster", which has become a perennial fixture on the playlists at jazz clubs and was included on Gilles Peterson's recent Impressed Vol. 2 compilation of 1960s British jazz.

Tracklist
A1 Mento
A2 Indecision
A3 Lord Of The Reedy River
A4 The Hipster
A5 Mini Blues
B1 Spacecraft
B2 The Cottage

Matrix / runout
Side 1 (stamped): CAS 1045 A-1U
Side 2 (stamped): CAS 1045 B-1U

There is light ring wear visible on the sleeve covers, as well as a small crease in the bottom right of the front cover. There is one faint scratch running across tracks B1 and B2, approx. 5cm in length, otherwise the vinyl is free of damage and playback quality remains unaffected. The condition of this product is generally excellent.

Band/artist(s):
Harold McNair
Catalogue number:
CAS 1045
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Jazz
Label:
B & C Records
Sleeve condition:
Excellent
Tracks:
7

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