Issued in a gatefold sleeve with a pink pouch on the front cover containing a pink balloon.
Harold McNair (5 November 1931 – 7 March 1971) was a Jamaican-born saxophonist and flautist. McNair was born in Kingston, Jamaica. He started out at the Alpha Boys School under the tutelage of Vincent Tulloch, while playing with Joe Harriott (a lifelong friend who considered McNair his de facto younger brother), Wilton "Bogey" Gaynair, and Baba Motta's band. He spent the first decade of his musical career in The Bahamas, where he used the name "Little G" for recordings and live performances.
Artist: Harold McNair Album: The Fence Genre: Fusion Label: Hux Records Released: 1970/2007 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: The Fence (McNair) - 6:28. True Love Adventure (Grech) - 5:56. Early in the Morning (Trad. Scarborough Fair (Trad. Here, There and Everywhere (Lennon-McCartney) - 12:42. Personnel: Harold McNair - saxophone, flute, electric saxophone. Rick Grech - bass guitar. Keith Tippett, Alan Branscombe - piano.
However, he did come from the world of jazz, and it's not a surprise to find this that this 1970 album (released shortly before his death) is very much an instrumental jazz recording, not a pop or rock one. At the same time, it's not wholly devoid of influence from pop, folk, and blues, particularly as some of the players will be recognizable to many rock fans. Those include not only McNair, but also pianist Keith Tippett, Pentangle rhythm section Terry Cox and Danny Thompson, and in the biggest surprise, Family/Blind Faith bassist Rick Grech.
Album by Harold McNair.
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he Fence . rue Love Adventure . arly In The Morning . carborough Fair . ere, There And Everywhere. Harold McNair - Saxophone, Flute Alan Branscombe - Organ Alan Branscombe, Keith Tippett – Piano Danny Thompson, Rick Grech - Bass Terry Cox - Drums Tony Carr - Percussion Colin Green - Guitar.
Harold McNair - The Fence. Master McNair - Here There & Everywhere. A FLG Maurepas upload - Harold McNair - The Fence - Jazz Fusion. Harold McNair - Early in The Morning. Harold McNair - Flute and Nut. Harold McNair - The Hipster (1968).
Tracks count: 17. Views: 0. Harold McNair - Mento (Harold McNair) 04:48. Harold McNair - Indecision (Harold McNair) 05:42. Harold McNair - Lord of the Reedy River (Harold McNair) 04:08. Harold McNair - The Night has a Thousand Eyes (Harold McNair) 05:23. Harold McNair - You are too Beautiful (Harold McNair) 06:07. Harold McNair - Barnes Bridge (Harold McNair) 04:15. Harold McNair - Nomadic Joe (Harold McNair) 03:21. Harold McNair - Herb Green (Harold McNair) 04:52. Harold McNair - My Romance (Harold McNair) 04:50. Harold McNair - Burnt Amber (Harold McNair) 03:09.
Harold McNair (5 November 1931 in Kingston, Jamaica – 7 March 1971 in Maida Vale, North London) was a renowned saxophonist and flautist.