Hot Line (subtitled The Tenor of Bill Barron) is an album by saxophonist Bill Barron which was recorded in 1962 and first released on the Savoy label. The album was also rereleased as The Hot Line under Booker Ervin's co-leadership.
Engineer and mastering engineer, formerly at A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA now at this own studio Dave Collins Mastering. Variations: Viewing All Dave Collins. Digital" Dave Collins, David Collins.
Real/full name: Dave Collins. Age: 46 (born Aug 26th, 1972) At A Loss". When Buzzov en folded in 1999, Dixie started focusing more on the side project he created in 1998, Weedeater where he was vocalist/bassist and being it was his own band he had far more creative control. Hot Rock Action Vo. ! (Split).
dave & ansel collins - double barrel version 2 (techniques 1970).
Features Song Lyrics for Dave Collins feat. Ansel Collins's Jackie - Long Hot Summer album. Ansel Collins Lyrics. Jackie - Long Hot Summer Album. Ansel Collins - Jackie - Long Hot Summer Album. Artist: Dave Collins feat. Send "Dave Collins Feat. Ansel Collins" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Jackie - Long Hot Summer.
Above The Karaman Line. 4 years ago 4 years ago. Dave. ABOVE THE KARAMAN LINE is a work that utilities performance space with performers stood around the hall. The work is for Brass band and fixed media electronics. This is a rehearsal recording,made by Blackburn and Darwen Band made with a Blumline Pair with the aid of Jamie Alsop form Voltalab Sound Studios.
All in all, this is a generous and well-selected overview of one of the more important duos in reggae history.
Listen to music from Dave Collins like Double Barrel, Monkey Spanner & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dave Collins. Dave and Ansell Collins were a Jamaican vocal/instrumental duo (sometimes billed as Dave and Ansil Collins or Dave and Ansel Collins). Dave Barker (born David John Crooks, 10 October 1947 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a session vocalist, and Ansell Collins (born 1949, also in Kingston) is a keyboard player. They were working for producer Lee "Scratch" Perry in Kingston in the late 1960s, and joined forces in 1971, for the reggae single "Double Barrel".
|RNO 111||Dave Collins||Hot Line (7", Single)||Rhino Records||RNO 111||UK||1973|
|2050 243||Dave Collins||Hot Line (7", Single)||Polydor||2050 243||Netherlands||1973|
|RNO 111||Dave Collins||Hot Line (7", Single, Promo)||Rhino Records||RNO 111||UK||1973|