Effects – Nigel Mazlyn Jones (tracks: 8). Engineer – Jake Commander, Kim Holmes. Guitar – NMJ (tracks: 9 to 14). Guitar – NMJ (tracks: 15). Guitar – Nigel Mazlyn Jones (tracks: 5, 7). Guitar – Nigel Mazlyn Jones (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 8). Photography – Julian Russell. Vocals – Nigel Mazlyn Jones. All songs written arranged and produced by Nigel Mazlyn Jones
Ship to Shore is the first album by Nigel Mazlyn Jones, guitarist, singer and songwriter. The guitar style and sound, involving use of harmonics and extensive electronic treatments, is already fully formed. The album was recorded in March 1976 in Birmingham at Nest Studios, produced by Nigel Mazlyn Jones and engineered by Jake Commander and Kim Holmes. It features contributions by then-members of Decameron, Madrigal and Steve Ashley's band.
Nigel Mazlyn Jones plays the acoustic guitar and sings with great emotion. The fact that the guitar quite often is effect-laden in a John Martyn-ish way (only slitghtly more and in a personal way) gives the album a certain character which only helps to build the towers of emotion, brought forth by way of gentle, surreal and evocative sounds and even vision. I would define the album as a symphony of progressive folk. Such is the case for the obscure debut by the equally obscure NIGEL MAZLYN JONES. Ship to Shore" is an engaging progressive folk album from 1976 that boasts two unique attributes - the man's inimitable emotive vocals, and his even more striking acoustic guitar style, at once strummed and picked. EAC extraction logfile from 20. November 2016, 10:27. Nigel Mazlyn Jones, Ship to Shore. Used drive : HL-DT-STBD-RE BH10LS30 Adapter: 1 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
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Top Songs Nigel Mazlyn Jones. Sentinel & The Fools Of The Finest Degree. A Singularly Fine Day. Ship to Shore.
Stunning debut album from 1976 by legendary/cult UK folk musician Nigel Mazlyn Jones. Originally issued as a private pressing, Ship to Shore combines 6 and 12-string acoustic guitars with electric textures, effects and unusual soundscapes, culminating in the haunting progressive-folk 11-minute title-track. A folk-rock/acid-folk masterpiece highly recommended to anyone into John Martyn, Nick Drake, Michael Chapman, Bob Theil, or Pink Floyd. Mastertape sound, including an insert with photos and extensive liner-notes by Richard Allen A pure, simple, thought-provoking, frightening and . .