Studio album by Rollercoaster. Wonderin' is a tribute album featuring jazz-funk cover versions of Stevie Wonder songs. It was recorded by the ad hoc band Rollercoaster made up of leading UK session and jazz musicians from British jazz-rock bands of the 1960s and 1970s such as Soft Machine, Blue Mink and Nucleus. It was released on Ronnie Scott's record label. Many of the Rollercoaster musicians later recorded the last Soft Machine album, Land of Cockayne, and make up Soft Machine's final live line-up which played a six-night residency at Ronnie Scott's in 1984.
Wonderin' is a English album released on Jan 2015. Wonderin' Album has 6 songs sung by Rollercoaster. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Wonderin' songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
Rollercoaster - Persepciones EP. Play album. 3 tracks · 20 February 2012. 2 tracks · 23 April 2001. Wonderin' (Featuring Songs of Stevie Wonder). 6 tracks · 13 January 2015. Rollercoaster - Single. 1 track · 22 May 2015. Don't want to see ads?
Rollercoaster was followed by Bridge in October of 1993; it featured songs from the same recording session as Rollercoaster, and on paper looks like an odds and sods-its eight songs include a cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "I Am a Rock", a feedbacking rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner", and a more electrified, revved-up take on Rollercoaster's "New Jersey". The final album on the box, and his last for 4AD, is 1995's Ocean Beach. It opens with a sunny, lilting instrumental called "Cabezon", three breezy minutes of pleasant music.