US 1981 Headfirst Digital Master Audiophile Press.
Brian Albert Gordon Auger (born 18 July 1939) is an English jazz rock and rock music keyboardist who specializes in the Hammond organ. Auger has worked with Rod Stewart, Tony Williams, Jimi Hendrix, John McLaughlin, Sonny Boy Williamson, Led Zeppelin, Eric Burdon. He incorporated jazz, early British pop, R&B, soul music, and rock into his sound. Oblivion Express was revived in 2005 with recording and touring. The group featured Brian Auger, his son Karma Auger on drums, his daughter Savannah Auger on vocals, and Derek Frank on bass. 1978 – Encore – Brian Auger & Julie Tippetts. 1982 – Here and Now. 1987 – Keys to the Heart.
On the one hand, his embrace of new keyboard technology made many things possible. Auger was capable of sounding like the keyboardist and a large horn section all by himself.
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Back to the Beginning. Again: The Brian Auger Anthology, Vol. 2. Brian Auger. Back to the Beginning: The Brian Auger Anthology. S & Brian Auger). S, Brian Auger, Play Date.
Brian Auger (born 18 July 1939, London, England) is a jazz and rock keyboardist, who has specialized in playing the Hammond organ. A jazz pianist, bandleader, session musician and Hammond B3 player, Auger has played or toured with artists such as Rod Stewart, Tony Williams, Jimi Hendrix, Sonny Boy Williamson, Led Zeppelin, Eric Burdon and others. 1978 - Encore - Brian Auger & Julie Tippetts (Reunion album). 1982 - Here and Now. 1987 - Keys to the Heart. 1993 - Tony Williams: Live in Tokyo 1978. 1998 - Blue Groove - Karma Auger. 1999 - Voices of Other Times (Oblivion Express). 2001 - Soft & Furry - Ali Auger. 2004 - Auger Rhythms: Brian Augers Musical History (The Trinity, Julie Driscoll, Oblivion Express).
US 1981 Digital Master Audiophile Press. This is a very eclectic album from Brian Auger, unfortunetly most of it is not very good. The album starts off nicely with two 60s instrumental hipster soul jazz numbers that feature Brian's great Hammond playing. This is a good style for Brian and shows his playing progressing nicely from his first album. Both of these songs also have much better production than his first album and feature a warm analog sound with a big natural reverb background that you would expect from a classic 60s RnB-jazz record
|1||Planet Earth Calling||4:11|
|3||Sea Of Tranquility||7:34|
|HF-9702||Brian Auger||Search Party (LP, Album)||Headfirst||HF-9702||US||1981|
|HF9702, HF-9702||Brian Auger||Search Party (LP, Album)||Headfirst, Headfirst||HF9702, HF-9702||US||1981|
|GRZ010||Brian Auger||Planet Earth Calling (CD, Album, RE)||Garland||GRZ010||US||1987|
|DRZ 912||Brian Auger||Planet Earth Calling (CD, Album, RE)||Del Rack||DRZ 912||US||1987|
|DISC 1018 CD||Brian Auger||Search Party (CD, Album, RE)||Disconforme SL||DISC 1018 CD||Andorra||1998|