Tubby Hayes Quartet - Vinyl LP
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The Syndicate: Live At the Hopbine 1968 Vol.1
12” 180gram 33rpm LP includes free download code sticker
Curated, analogue mastered and cut at Gearbox Studio
This major new release is a previously unavailable live performance from a great Tubby Hayes lineup that never made a commercially available album.
Recorded on 5th December 1968 by Ted Lyons at the legendary Hopbine in North Wembley, ‘The Syndicate’ reveals Hayes’ new quartet that featured the spectacular Dublin born guitarist Louis Stewart and 22 year old drummer Spike Wells, with Kenny Baldock standing in for regular double bassist Ron Mathewson.
With detailed sleeve notes by tenor saxophonist and Hayes biographer Simon Spillett, The Syndicate now fills an aching gap in Hayes’ discography and our understanding of his remarkable musical journey.
Side One: 1. The Syndicate, 2.The Gentle Rain
Side Two: 1. Gingerbread Boy, 2. The Inner Splurge
Tubby Hayes - tenor saxophone: Louis Stewart - guitar; Kenny Baldock - double bass; Spike Wells - drums