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High Spirits is the fifth album by Jamaican saxophonist Joe Harriott featuring selections from the musical High Spirits written by Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray which was recorded in England in 1964 and released on the British Columbia label. All About Jazz writer, Duncan Heining, stated "Were it not for earlier achievements, High Spirits might come more highly recommended.
Melodique Rock Pushking. Album Name I Believe. Data de aparición 2008. Labels Pushking Records. Estilo MusicalMelodique Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 1. Rock'n'Roll - It's a Fire.
Is High Spirits a way of life? Chris Black: I don’t know, but it changed me. Creatively speaking, my whole world expanded. A new realm of possibility opened up. Exuberant is a good way to put it. High Spirits is highly influenced by 70s metal and NWOBHM, but is not retro. Where do you get it right, and where do they get it wrong? I don’t know what’s right or wrong for any other bands. I have always been interested in vocal harmonies, but I think the biggest lesson I got was during the recording of the ‘Headbanger’ album by Superchrist. I mostly sang high harmonies to that point, but the recording engineer on that album encouraged me to try singing below the melody line. It was hit-and-miss at the time, but in the years since then, I have become a lot more comfortable in that space. Now I sing most of my harmonies in a lower register than the melody.
23 October at 10:43 ·. Are we too quiet? Everyone in the band is very busy with life right now! Looking ahead to 2019 we are now booking a few gigs! Looking especially at places that we did not visit on the MotivaTour of 2016-17! Also there will be a new studio album recorded next year! Some songs are already hot! Release and world tours in 2020!