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  1. Maukus

    Apr 18,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Taranaki · Nucleus Elastic Rock ℗ Mercury Records Limited Released on: Producer: Pete King Associated Performer, Music Director.
  2. Zulkihn

    Disc one contains the band's debut Elastic Rock () and the first half of We'll Talk About It Later (). The former is one of the most celebrated fusion records of all time. The lineup remains the same for both albums: drummer John Marshall (who replaced Robert Wyatt in Soft Machine), his future bandmate, keyboardist Karl Jenkins, guitarist Chris Spedding, .
  3. Akinogis

    Listen to your favorite songs from Elastic Rock by Nucleus Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  4. Fell

    Elastic Rock / We'll Talk About It Later, a Compilation of songs by Nucleus. Released 3 March on BGO (catalog no. BGOCD47; CD). Genres: Jazz-Rock.
  5. Feshicage

    In , BGO released Elastic Rock/We'll Talk About It Later, which contained two albums -- Elastic Rock (, originally released on Vertigo) and We'll Talk About It Later (, also originally on Vertigo) -- by U.K. group Nucleus on one compact disc.
  6. Kigabei

    Elastic Rock, an Album by Nucleus. Released in June on Vertigo (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz Fusion, Jazz-Rock. Featured peformers: Ian Carr (trumpet, flugelhorn), Karl Jenkins (baritone saxophone, oboe, piano, electric piano), Brian Smith (tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute), Chris Spedding (guitar), Jeff Clyne (bass, electric bass), John .
  7. Kazibar

    Jan 12,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Elastic Rock - Nucleus on AllMusic -
  8. Gum

    Elastic Rock, an Album by Nucleus. Released in September on Repertoire (catalog no. REPUK ; CD). Genres: Jazz Fusion, Jazz-Rock.
  9. Batilar

    NUCLEUS Elastic Rock music review by Zac M. This album is IMO a milestone in British jazz fusion. I was highly impressed after first listening to this album, after finding out that some of the members of NUCLEUS went off to form the new lineup(s) of SOFT MACHINE as the years went on. "Taranaki" also features great trumpet and tenor.

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