The King of Elfland's Daughter is a concept album by former Steeleye Span members Bob Johnson and Peter Knight. It was based on the 1924 fantasy novel of the same name by Lord Dunsany and recorded and released in 1977. The cover illustration is by Jimmy Cauty. Side 1. "The Request" (. 3) vocals - Chris Farlowe. Lirazel" (. 1) vocals - Mary Hopkin. Witch" (. 5) vocals - . Alveric's Journey Through Elfland" (. 7) vocals - Frankie Miller.
Peter King Adeyoyin Osubu (born 1938), known as Peter King, is a Nigerian musician who played several instruments, but was best known as an alto saxophonist playing a combination of Afrobeat and Jazz.
Hi Fly is a live jazz album by British saxophonist Peter King with the Philippe Briand Trio, recorded live at Le Plateau des Quatre Vent, Lorient, Brittany, France, by Daniel Duigou on 4 March 1984. It was King's fourth album on the Spotlite label. Hi Fly" (Randy Weston) – 12:18. Star Eyes" (Gene de Paul, Don Raye) – 8:10. Old Folks" (Dedett Lee Hill, Willard Robison) – 8:08. Seven Steps to Heaven" (Miles Davis, Victor Feldman) – 4:40. Peter King – alto saxophone.
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Grading Mike Mayock's first draft with Raiders. Grading Mike Mayock's first draft with RaidersPlaying Now. 2:59. King convinced Jones would've been there at 17Playing Now. 6:29. How DEN's confidence in Flacco impacted its draftPlaying Now. 11:38. Did Cardinals trade Rosen too late?Playing Now. 5:30. Confidence level in Cardinals picking MurrayPlaying Now.
Peter King Photography. Photography and video from Peter King. 19 November 2018 ·. Hawaiian Pro Finals Day. By Peter King Photography.
- Recorded At – Studio Togosaga
- Printed By – Carto Print
- Co-producer, Sleeve Notes – G. Etienne "Constantin"
- Music By, Lyrics By, Arranged By, Art Direction – Peter King
NotesMade in France
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- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): Peter KING 251182 A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): Peter KING 251182 B
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