Album Name Origins 1965-67. Лейблы Angel Air Records.
Album Name Origins 1965-67. Labels Angel Air Records.
Vocalist Linda Hoyle's solo album, and the band's attempts to continue on without her, have both seen release, and now the clock turns back to the years before Affinity was even dreamed of, in the form of drummer Mo Foster and pianist Lynton Naiff's earliest collaboration. EAC extraction logfile from 6. July 2009, 18:34 for CD Affinity, Origins: 1965-67. exe (User Defined Encoder) 320 kBit/s Additional command line options : REACT %o %s %d "%a" "%g" "%t" "%n" "%x" "%y" "%m" "%e" "%f" "%b" %r.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This release was recorded in 1965-67 at various venues at Sussex University (where they attended), and for the BBC. One bonus track comes from 1980, recorded at a party. The band consisted of-Lynton Naif-piano, Nick Nicholas-double bass, and Mo Foster-drums.
Album: Origins 1965-67. Origins 1965-67: Best 2 songs. Affinity - Jordu 00:58. Affinity - Someday My Prince Will Come 02:28. Album: Origins 1965-67. Affinity: best 2 tracks. Affinity - I Am The Walrus Eli's Coming, 2009 04:08.
Affinity were an English jazz-rock fusion band, active from mid-1968 to January 1972. The origin of Affinity was circa 1965 in the science department of the University of Sussex in Brighton, England. Three science students Lynton Naiff (keyboards), Grant Serpell (drums), and Nick Nicholas (double bass) had formed the US Jazz Trio, they played at University events and local gigs.
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