Marianne Segal - November album download
Marianne Faithfull is the debut studio album by English singer Marianne Faithfull. It was released simultaneously with her album Come My Way on 15 April 1965 by Decca Records. The double release was a result of different creative directions. While the record label pressed Faithfull to record a pop album, she wanted to record an album of folk songs.
About Marianne Segal. In a transatlantic twist that has confused discographers keeping track of rare folk-rock records, Marian Segal With Silver Jade was in fact the same band that had formed in Britain under the name Jade, and released their sole album under the name Jade in the . It turned out there was another band named Jade in the . so the album, Fly on Strangewings, was billed to Marian Segal With Silver Jade when it was released on Bell in America in 1971, Segal being the group's lead singer.
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. notes and CD tray inserts; 2 video files of Marianne performing live with Circulus in East Grinstead, 2008 - Root People & Kicking Up The Sands Of Time (from the 'Acoustic Harvest' DVD); Embedded album art; Embedded lyrics (viewable on some devices such as the iPhone and in some music player software. Purchasable with gift card.
Producer, Mixed By – Marianne Segal, Michael Tyack. Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Marianne Segal (tracks: 1,3,5,6,8,9,10,12). Tracks 1-11 recorded and mixed at Catt Studio Coulsden, Surrey, UK Drums recorded at RMS Studios, Upper Norwood, London, UK and later mixed at Catt Studio (except"Sussex Downs": drums recorded at Froo Sound Studios). Dreamers": acoustic guitar and bass recorded at Froo Sound Studios, Worthing, West Sussex, UK. Mellotron and electric guitar recorded at Catt Studio, track mixed at RMS Studios. Album mastered at RMS Studios.
In the United States the group was known as Marianne Segal and Silver Jade. Jade consisted of Segal (songwriter, vocals, guitar, percussion), Waite (guitar, banjo, bass and vocals) and Rod Edwards (keyboards, bass and vocals). Their album Fly On Strangewings (DJLPS 407) was recorded in March 1970, at Trident Studios, Soho, London. The album was produced by John Miller and engineered by Robin Cable for DJM Records