Tubby Hayes remembered by Peter King. Total playing time: 73:14. Track 1: is wrongly titled "Dear John B", instead of the correct "Dear Johnny B". Track 3: is wrongly titled "Dedicated To Joy", instead of the correct "A Dedication To Joy". Track 7: titled just "Interview" is a brief interview by Humphrey Lyttleton of Tubby Hayes.
For Members Only - '67 Live (Album). Live At The Dancing Slipper (2xCD, Album). Lament (Tubby Hayes Archive Volume 01) (CD, Album).
From the album FOR MEMBERS ONLY - '67 LIVE (Miles Music 1990). IDOL Distribution (от лица компании "Miles Music").
For Members Only is a hard bop music live album recording by TUBBY HAYES released in 1990 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Miles Music – MM 079 (UK). Recorded live in London, 23 January 1967: B1, B3 Recorded live in London, 7 August 1967: A4, B2 Recorded live in London, 11 October 1967: A2, A2, A3. Thanks to kazuhiro for the addition and snobb for the updates. For Members Only Miles Music 2008. The Tubby Hayes Quartet - For Members Only - CD Album - 12 Great Tracks.
01. Dear John B 02. Dolphin Dance 03. Dedicated To Joy 04. Finky Minky 05. This Is All I Ask 06.
Tubby Hayes Quartet, For Members Only: Live ‘67 (Miles Music) 1990 Tubby and his group live in London recorded for broadcast shortly before the Mexican Green sessions. This band is firing on all cylinders no matter whether they’re playing storming hard bop originals like Dear Johnny B., killer ballads like Gordon Jenkins’ This Is All I Ask, or exploring more open material like Hayes’ Mexican Green. Tubbs’ tone on tenor is all peaty malt on the slow material and pure fire on the uptempo numbers. I’ve always loved this Tubby Hayes recording from 1968, ‘Mexico Green’. Hayes was an immensely significant British saxophonist who died way too young (in 1973 age 38). He is best known for his hard bop tenor saxophone style, of which he was a master, and there’s plenty of that on this album, which is comprised entirely of Hayes’ originals.
Edward Brian "Tubby" Hayes (30 January 1935 – 8 June 1973) was an English jazz t, best known for his tenor saxophone playing in groups with fellow sax player Ronnie Scott and with trumpeter Jimmy Deuchar. 1967: For Members Only: '67 Live – Tubby Hayes Quartet. Volume 01' (Savage Solweig SS-001CD). 1968: The Syndicate: Live At The Hopbine 1968, Vol. 1. 1969: Live 1969 – Tubby Hayes Quartet. 1969: 200% Proof (BBC broadcast) – The Tubby Hayes Orchestra [rel.
|1||Dear Johnny B||5:09|
|3||A Dedication To Joy||7:17|
|5||This Is All I Ask||8:21|
|6||Change Of Setting||2:59|
|8||Conversations At Dawn||5:21|
|9||Nobody Else But Me||3:21|
|10||You Know I Care||6:57|
|12||For Members Only||3:39|
|13||Second City Steamer||3:56|
|MM 079||Tubby Hayes Quartet||For Members Only - '67 Live (LP, Album)||Miles Music||MM 079||UK||1990|
|CDCHE10||Tubby Hayes Quartet||For Members Only (CD, Album)||Master Mix||CDCHE10||UK||Unknown|