|4||Arena (Continued From Side One)|
|6360 091||Ian Carr with Nucleus||Ian Carr with Nucleus - Labyrinth (LP, Album, Spa)||Vertigo||6360 091||UK||1973|
|UICY-93265||Ian Carr With Nucleus||Ian Carr With Nucleus - Labyrinth (CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)||Vertigo||UICY-93265||Japan||2007|
|6360 091||Ian Carr with Nucleus||Ian Carr with Nucleus - Labyrinth (LP, Album)||Vertigo||6360 091||Canada||1973|
|KTCM-1159||Ian Carr With Nucleus||Ian Carr With Nucleus - Labyrinth (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Kitty Records||KTCM-1159||Japan||2000|
|NUCLCD - 100302/01||Ian Carr With Nucleus||Ian Carr With Nucleus - Labyrinth (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Ian Carr With Nucleus )||NUCLCD - 100302/01||Russia||2000|
- Composed By, Arranged By – Ian Carr
- Design – Keith Davis
- Drums – Clive Thacker, Tony Levin
- Electric Bass – Roy Babbington
- Electric Piano [Fender] – Dave MacRae
- Electric Piano [Hohner] – Gordon Beck
- Engineer – Roger Wake
- Percussion – Trevor Tomkins
- Producer – Ian Carr, Roger Wake
- Synthesizer [Vcs3] – Paddy Kingsland
- Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet – Tony Coe
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Brian Smith
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Ian Carr, Kenny Wheeler
- Vocals – Norma Winstone
Probably the only existing official release with Vertigo 'Swirl' labels.
Nevertheless they made that typo on A3 "Arjadne" which was copied from here on all subsequent counterfeits with 'Swirl' labels.
Printed and made in Italy
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Stamped Side A): 63 60091 1 1 520 2206 7303 A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Stamped Side B): 63 60 091 2 1 520 22 06 7 303 B
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 6360 091 L / 6360 091.2
- Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
- Rights Society: D. R.
- Distributed By – Phonogram S.P.A.
- Lacquer Cut At – Phonoster
Ian Carr 21 April 1933 25 February 2009 was a Scottish jazz musician, composer, writer, and educator. Carr performed and recorded with the Rendell-Carr quintet and jazz-rock band Nucleus, and was an associate professor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. He also wrote biographies of musicians Keith Jarrett and Miles Davis. Carr was born in Dumfries, Scotland, the elder brother of Mike Carr. From 1952 to 1956, he attended King's College, now Newcastle University, where he read. Last track from Labyrinth. Ian Carr, trumpet, flugelhorn, composer & arranger, co-producer - Tony Coe, tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, clarinet - Brian Smith, tenor & soprano saxophones, flute - Kenny Wheeler, trumpet, flugelhorn - Gordon Beck. Ian Carr with Nucleus - Naxos 1973 12:24. Ian Carr with Nucleus - Exultation 6:02. Ian Carr with Nucleus - Bull Dance 8:23. Bull-Dance - Ian Carr's Nucleus 8:15. Aggiungi alla Lista. Nucleus & Ian Carr - The Torrid Zone The Vertigo Recordings 1970 - 1975 , Nucleus - Elastic Rock, Nucleus - We'll Talk About It Later, Ian Carr with Nucleus Plus - Solar Plexus, Ian Carr - Belladonna, Ian Carr with Nucleus Plus - Labyrinth, Ian Carr's Nucleus - Roots, Nucleus - Under. I interviewed Jeff at his London home in June 1999. This excerpt is mostly about his time with Nucleus, with mention of the Keith Tippett Group in passing, a. Album 1973 6 Songs. Don Rendell Reunion: Featuring Ian Carr & Michael Garrick. 60 million songs. Three months on us. Learn more. New subscribers only. Labyrinth is a music album by Ian Carr With Nucleus released in 1973. Here's the man with teeth like God's shoeshine he sparkles shimmers shines - Modest Mouse. Toggle navigation Menu. Ian Carr Ian Carr With Nucleus Plus Format: Vinyl. Labyrinth is a fusion music album recording by NUCLEUS released in 1973 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. NUCLEUS - Labyrinth. Jazz music community with review and forums. Album 1973. Filed under Fusion By NUCLEUS