Band Name Jade Warrior. Album Name Now. Type Album. Labels WindWeaver Music. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. Fool and His Bride.
Jade Warrior is the debut self-titled and self-produced album by Jade Warrior, released in 1971 as part of the progressive rock movement. The album sets the scene for what the majority of the band's albums were to sound like, mixing various ethnic sounds with a progressive and unearthly sound, as well as sudden changes between slow acoustic guitar melody, to distorted and heavy electric guitar with a faster tempo.
Jade Warrior – Now. Label: WindWeaver Music (2) – WWMCD001. Format: CD, Album, Unofficial Release. Design Concept – Jade Warrior. Guest, Drums – Jeff Davenport. Guest, Guitar – Tim Stone. Guest, Piano – Chris Ingham. Guest, Saxophone – Theo Travis. Guest, Backing Vocals – Carol Bellingham. Guest, Performer – Brian Imig.
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We simply could not have hoped for a better album in the way of a Jade Warrior Of The New Millennium. God bless Jon & Glyn and their flawless coterie of supporting musicians for doing an impeccable job of carrying on with the true spirit of the Warrior.
Songs in album Jade Warrior - Kites (1976). Songs Of The Forest. Arrival Of The Emporer:"What Does The Venerable Sir Do?" Jade Warrior. 01:07 320 Кб/с 91. 9. Teh Ch'eng:"Do You Understand This?" Jade Warrior. 02:33 320 Кб/с 87. Arrival Of Chia Shan:Disclosure And Liberation. 04:11 320 Кб/с 84. 11.
Jade Warrior are a British musical group that were formed in 1970, originally evolving out of a band named July. The founder members were Tony Duhig (guitar) (born Anthony Christopher Duhig, 18 September 1941, Acton, west London; died 11 November 1990, Somerset, England), Jon Field (flute, percussion, keyboards) (born John Frederick Field, 5 July 1940, Harrow, Middlesex) and Glyn Havard (vocals, bass) (born 15 February 1947, Nantyglo, South Wales).
Now is the fourteenth studio album by British band Jade Warrior. Released on 30 June 2008 on the WindWeaver label, it comes after a 15-year gap since their previous album, Distant Echoes. All tracks written by Jade Warrior, except where noted. Fool and His Bride" - 7:36. Journey" - 5:52 (Jade Warrior, Colin Henson). Floating Moon" - 2:18. 3am Meltdown" - 4:21. True Love" - 5:47 (Jade Warrior, Tim Stone). Screaming Dreams" - 4:54.