They released the single, "Song For The Man", composed by Paul Clayton, backed with "Epistolary", composed by Anderson and Wise. It was released on the Ode label. The following year it was released in Australia on Warner Brothers. Tony Kaye produced both sides of the release
The Quincy Conserve was a New Zealand group that started out in 1967. They were one of the biggest bands in the lower North Island. They released the single, "Song For The Man", composed by Paul Clayton, backed with "Epistolary", composed by Anderson and Wise. Tony Kaye produced both sides of the release
Quincy Conserve - My Michelle Charm 03:46. Quincy Conserve - Aire Of Good Feeling 04:16. Quincy Conserve - Going Back To The Garden 04:15. Quincy Conserve - All Right In The City 02:38. Quincy Conserve - Peeling Paint 04:15. Quincy Conserve - Mystery Lady 04:02. Quincy Conserve - Common Man 03:51. Quincy Conserve - That Same Feeling 03:15. Quincy Conserve - Someone To Find 02:49. Quincy Conserve - Here I Am Baby 03:29. Tasteful - Quincy Conserve. Very Best Of Quincy Conserve - Quincy Conserve. Listen To The Band - Quincy Conserve. The Singles Collection - Quincy Conserve
Quincy Conserve was a Jazz-Rock Band of the 70s with a touch of 60s. Founded in Wellington, New Zealand in 1968 by lead guitarist and vocalist Malcolm Hayman, Quincy Conserve were one of the more popular local bands of their era. Their sound progressed more in the direction of jazz-rock, and they had success with audiences at jazz festivals. I'm not here to reinvent the wheel on this blog.
The final Quincy Conserve album, released in 1975 for Ode Records, is regarded now as a classic but has long been out of print on CD or vinyl. EmbeddableItem EmbeddableItem! type Person. Quincy Conserve north of Wellington, 1971. The sleeve for the group's second album recorded between August and December 1971 at HMV Studios in Wellington. Peter Dawkins with Quincy Conserve at HMV studio in early 1971. From left: Dennis Mason, John McCormick, Rufus Rehu, Barry Brown-Sharpe, Dave Orams, Richard James Burgess, and Malcolm Hayman. Seated are Peter Dawkins and engineer Peter Hitchcock. The Brothers Johnson in New Zealand circa 1973, backed by The Quincy Conserve at Wellington's Downtown Club.
Artist: Quincy Conserve Title: Aire Of Good Feeling: Best Of Year Of Release: 2008 Label: EMI Genre: Brass Rock, Funk/Soul, Jazz Rock Quality: Flac (image,. Tracklist: 01. Aire of Good Feeling 02. Ride the Rain 03. All Right in the City 04. Roundhouse 05. Does Anybody Really Know What Time it is 06.
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Written-By – Taptiklis*, Kaye*
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Producer – Tony Kaye Songwriter – Paul Clayton
NotesAn Original Ode Record
Recorded in New Zealand
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