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All Music Guide - Adam Greenberg
Desperadoes Steel Orchestra is one of the leaders of the steel band style, and it is led at least at the time of this album by the mildly jazzy Clive Bradley one of the Big 5 steel band arrangers. This album, recorded live at a musical festival prior to their 1993 U.S. tour, contains works by many of the major composers for steel band, including the great Lord Kitchener. The way in which a band numbering 45 musicians is capable of performing a tightly arranged piece with such little overlap is incredible. The Desperadoes have been some of the best for some time, and this album shows why.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Adam Greenberg
Desperadoes Steel Orchestra is one of the leaders of the steel band style, and it is led at least at the time of this album by the mildly jazzy Clive Bradley one of the Big 5 steel band arrangers. This album, recorded live at a musical festival prior to their 1993 U.S. tour, contains works by many of the major composers for steel band, including the great Lord Kitchener. The way in which a band numbering 45 musicians is capable of performing a tightly arranged piece with such little overlap is incredible. The Desperadoes have been some of the best for some time, and this album shows why.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/3/1994
  • Label: Delos Records
  • UPC: 013491402321
  • Catalog Number: 4023
  • Sales rank: 222,163

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Desperadoes Steel Orchestra Primary Artist
David Davis Double Second
Steve James Tenor (Vocal)
Wayne Duncan Bass
Kevin Francis Double Second
Michael Simmons Double Second
Mark Roberts Double Tenor Pan
Sleazy Christopherson Guitar
Cain Martin Tenor (Vocal)
Patrick Thompson scratching
Sean Richards Tenor (Vocal)
Brian Charles Tenor Bass
David Stewart Conga
Junior Charles Bass
Sylvester Jones Tambourine
Wayne Mitchell Tenor Bass
Technical Credits
Amelia S. Haygood Executive Producer
Simeon L. Sandiford Engineer
Steven Dudeck Graphic Design
Ramiro Belgardt Mastering
Bradley C. Arranger
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