Recorded and mixed September till December 2007. The LP version of Birds Of A Feather’s album "The Past The Present" also includes the book "The Past The Present - a history of European Straight Edge 1982-2007". 108 pages and over 250 photos documenting the straight edge scene in Europe.
Birds of a Feather is a 1958 album by Carmen McRae. The album was arranged by Ralph Burns, and features the saxophonist Ben Webster. Bush praised Ben Webster's solo on "Bob White (Watcha Gonna Swing Tonight?)".
Presenting the nom de plumage of Birds Of A Feather, namely sisters Doreen and Irene Chanter, with their sole album, recorded in April and released in October 1970, the result of an audition with publisher Dick James Music. This subsequently led to an association with a production team, led by Gus Dudgeon, which included arrangers, musicians and writers then concurrently involved in the developing world of Elton John. Country Comfort’ (Elton’s version released on the Tumbleweed Connection LP in October 1970). The album is also noteworthy for the inclusion of five original songs penned by Doreen Chanter. The sisters Chanter gained a reputation for their soulful and gospel-like performances which, aside from a string of their own singles, made them much in demand for backing vocals, performing with Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music, Pink Floyd, John Miles, Meatloaf and Joe Cocker amongst others.
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birds of a feather definition: people who are similar in character:. Translations of birds of a feather. in Chinese (Traditional). in Chinese (Simplified).
In old poetic English, "birds of a feather" means birds which have the same kind of feathers, so the proverb refers to the fact that birds congregate with birds of their own species. This proverb has been in use since the 16th century. Birds of a feather: people of the same sort (they are similar in a particular way) Birds of a feather flock together: people of the same sort are found together.