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The Tubby Hayes Quartet Someday My Prince Will Come: Live At The Hopbine 1972
The Tubby Hayes Quartet Someday My Prince Will Come: Live At The Hopbine 1972

Gearbox Records

The Tubby Hayes Quartet Someday My Prince Will Come: Live At The Hopbine 1972

The first ever commercial release of an important late period Tubby Hayes performance that fully captures the more restrained and subtler side of his robust talent.

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The first ever commercial release of an important late period Tubby Hayes performance that fully captures the more restrained and subtler side of his robust talent.

12” 180gram 33rpm LP includes free download code sticker
GB1523
Curated, analogue mastered and cut at Gearbox Studio

The first ever commercial release of an important late period Tubby Hayes performance that fully captures the more restrained and subtler side of his robust talent. Recorded by Bill Hugkulstone at The Hopbine, London on Tuesday 2nd May 1972.

Personnel:
Tubby Hayes - tenor saxophone, flute, Mike Pyne - piano
Daryl Runswick - bass, Tony Oxley - drums

Tracklisting:
Someday My Prince Will Come (12:32)
Seven Steps To Heaven (5:40)
Alone Together (14:23)

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