september 03, 2017

The Alan Caddy Orchestra & Singers - Million Copy Hits Made Famous by Simon & Garfunkel (1972) - Lp

Alan Caddy (2 February 1940 – 16 August 2000) was a guitarist, arranger, record producer and session musician.
He was born in Chelsea, London, and educated at Emanuel School, and the Royal Academy of Music where he learned the violin. He was lead guitarist in the first, seven-man line-up of Johnny Kidd & the Pirates, and was the only member to remain with Kidd when the singer re-invented the "stage look" of the act, alongside bassist Brian Gregg and drummer Clem Cattini. While searching for a suitable rhythm guitarist, Caddy's playing evolved into a style that played rhythm and lead in a chunkier style.
The band felt this worked and Kidd liked the way he and his Pirates looked onstage, with him in front of Cattini, flanked by Gregg and Caddy, all in full pirate regalia.

Alan Caddy Orchestra and Singers Pay Tribute To SIMON and GARFUNKEL".
Simon and Garfunkel. Namest o conjure with indeed.
Here, o none album, a collection of some of their greatest hits, every one a masterpiece of contemporary music.
Their writing talent challanges the greatest around, and they have consistently topped the charts, both singles and albums, all over the world.
On this album, their songs are brilliantly re-created and we know you will really enjoy this tribute to this great duo.

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Credits
Side A
A1. Mrs. Robinson 
A2. I Am A Rock
A3. 59th St. Bridge Song
A4. The Boxer
A5. Keep The Customer Satisfied
A6. Homeward Bound

Side B
B1. Bridge Over Troubled Water
B2. Sound Of Silence
B3. Cecilia
B4. El Condor Pasa
B5. Scarborough Fair

Notes
Release: 1972
Genre: Jazz, Easy Listening
Format: LP
Label: Boulevard Records
Catalog# 4086
Prijs: € 7,00

Album: Goed
Cover:  Goed

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