Hagood hardy and the montage st cbc front


Hardy, Hagood & the Montage - ST

Format: LP
Label: CBC Radio Canada LM 81
Year: 1970
Origin: Toronto, Ontario
Genre: jazz, latin, soft rock
Value of Original Title: $350.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Ontario, 1970's, Jazz, CBC Radio Canada LM Series, MOCM Top 1000 Canadian Albums


Side 1

Track Name
Eli's Coming (Laura Nyro)
Come Saturday Morning (Previn/Karlin)
Travelling Down to Make it Town (Doug Riley)
Aquarius (Galt McDermot/Ragni/Rado)
Scarboro Fair (Simon/Garfunkel)
If I Could

Side 2

Track Name
Hideaway (Barbara Moore)
Nica's Dream (Horace Silver)
Bridge Over Troubled Waters (Simon/Garfunkel)
Once I Loved (Gilbert/Jobim/DeMoraes)
You (Doug Riley)



Hagood Hardy & the Montage - ST


Hagood Hardy & the Montage - ST


Hagood Hardy & the Montage - ST

Hagood hardy and the montage st cbc front



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Fusion...a congenial mingling of rock, jazz, Latin rhythms and romantic ballads --- is the style that hundreds of pop bands are chasing after these days. But Hagood Hardy arrived there ahead of them all. He draws on his astonishingly varied back-ground, years with George Shearing, Herbie Mann and Martin Denny, jingles sessions and rock record dates. And he mixes in the diverse talents of his little band: Stephanie Taylor and Lynne McNeil, vocals Gary White on bass and Dave Lewis on drums. And he chooses a repertoire from among the most happily contemporary composers, from Horace Silver to Laura Nero. Anf he comes away with a record that offers, at it's most inventive and exciting, Fusion.

Cover photo by Herb Nott Photography: band members (from left standing: Lynne McNeil, Stephanie Taylor, Gary White, Dave Lewis, and Hagood Hardy is sitting.

Produced by Dave Bird & Jack Budgell
Engineered by Ian Jacobson
Technical assistant: Harold Lane
Recorded at Studio G at CBC Toronto on August 10 and 11, 1970

Museum of Canadian Music Musée de la Musique Canadienne Calgary Vinyl Music Museum Canada Museum of Recorded Sound Canada Music Museum Calgary Music Museum


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