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Zzebra - Hungry Horse (Live In Bremen 1975) xtraordinary live recording of a supergroup combining jazz, rock and African rhythms, recorded by Radio Bremen on Oct. 20, 1975 in Bremen (Germany) - Zzebra were an English ethno-jazz/funk/fusion band that released two albums on Polydor in 1974 and 1975. - The band featured the talents of English saxophonist and composer Dave Quincy (founder-member of IF), bass guitarist John McCoy (later GILLAN and MAMMOTH), keyboardist Tommy Eyre (ALEX HARVEY, ILLUSION, MSG only to name a few), vocalist Alan Marshall, original OSIBISA member Lasisi Amao, guitarist Steve Byrd (later GILLAN) and Irish drummer Liam Genockey (AMALGAM, STEELEYE SPAN, GILLAN) when they played at Bremen's (Germany) Postaula in 1975. - Dave Quincy: "This Radio Bremen live session in 1975 is probably the last recording made by Zzebra before the band split, and it exemplifies how bands can be before their time, with the Prog. Rock Afro Jazz still standing up nearly 50 years on." - John McCoy: "This is one such night with it's typical high and low moments, still improvising, taking musical risks but overall having a great time with a totally unique band. Enjoy!"
Zzebra - Hungry Horse (Live In Bremen 1975) xtraordinary live recording of a supergroup combining jazz, rock and African rhythms, recorded by Radio Bremen on Oct. 20, 1975 in Bremen (Germany) - Zzebra were an English ethno-jazz/funk/fusion band that released two albums on Polydor in 1974 and 1975. - The band featured the talents of English saxophonist and composer Dave Quincy (founder-member of IF), bass guitarist John McCoy (later GILLAN and MAMMOTH), keyboardist Tommy Eyre (ALEX HARVEY, ILLUSION, MSG only to name a few), vocalist Alan Marshall, original OSIBISA member Lasisi Amao, guitarist Steve Byrd (later GILLAN) and Irish drummer Liam Genockey (AMALGAM, STEELEYE SPAN, GILLAN) when they played at Bremen's (Germany) Postaula in 1975. - Dave Quincy: "This Radio Bremen live session in 1975 is probably the last recording made by Zzebra before the band split, and it exemplifies how bands can be before their time, with the Prog. Rock Afro Jazz still standing up nearly 50 years on." - John McCoy: "This is one such night with it's typical high and low moments, still improvising, taking musical risks but overall having a great time with a totally unique band. Enjoy!"
885513008329
Zzebra - Hungry Horse (Live In Bremen 1975) (Uk)

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 01/12/2024
UPC: 885513008329

Hungry Horse (Live In Bremen 1975) (Uk)
Artist: Zzebra
Format: CD
New: Available $18.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Panic (live @ Post Aula, Bremen, October 20, 1975)
2. Mr. J (live @ Post Aula, Bremen, October 20, 1975)
3. No Point (live @ Post Aula, Bremen, October 20, 1975)
4. You've Lost That Loving Feeling (live @ Post Aula, Bremen, October 20, 1975)
5. Poverty Song (live @ Post Aula, Bremen, October 20, 1975)
6. Liamo (live @ Post Aula, Bremen, October 20, 1975)
7. Society (live @ Post Aula, Bremen, October 20, 1975)
8. Hungry Horse (live @ Post Aula, Bremen, October 20, 1975)

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Zzebra - Hungry Horse (Live In Bremen 1975) xtraordinary live recording of a supergroup combining jazz, rock and African rhythms, recorded by Radio Bremen on Oct. 20, 1975 in Bremen (Germany) - Zzebra were an English ethno-jazz/funk/fusion band that released two albums on Polydor in 1974 and 1975. - The band featured the talents of English saxophonist and composer Dave Quincy (founder-member of IF), bass guitarist John McCoy (later GILLAN and MAMMOTH), keyboardist Tommy Eyre (ALEX HARVEY, ILLUSION, MSG only to name a few), vocalist Alan Marshall, original OSIBISA member Lasisi Amao, guitarist Steve Byrd (later GILLAN) and Irish drummer Liam Genockey (AMALGAM, STEELEYE SPAN, GILLAN) when they played at Bremen's (Germany) Postaula in 1975. - Dave Quincy: "This Radio Bremen live session in 1975 is probably the last recording made by Zzebra before the band split, and it exemplifies how bands can be before their time, with the Prog. Rock Afro Jazz still standing up nearly 50 years on." - John McCoy: "This is one such night with it's typical high and low moments, still improvising, taking musical risks but overall having a great time with a totally unique band. Enjoy!"
        
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