Album Details

Various artists
Advanced Warning: Nothing to be afraid of

1991
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Advanced Warning was founded in 1987 round Hammond organ player Herbert Noord and tenor player Rinus Groeneveld. In 1989 Pierre van der Linden joined the band. Advanced Warning is playing modern jazz, based on the tenor-organ tradition of the late fifties and the early sixties, but going into a more improvised direction.
The group has made a respectable amount of cd’s, toured in Europe and played on well-known festival as the North Sea Jazz Festival.

On 'Nothing to be afraid of' the trio is accompanied by percussionist Jeroen de Rijk, guitarist Walther de Graaff and singer/guitarist John Marshall.

Year
1991
Label
Affinity / Charly Records
Manufactured
Other
Media
CD album
Release No.
CD Charly 300
Musicians
Rinus Groeneveld (tenor sax)
Herbert Noord (Hammond organ)
Pierre van der Linden (drums)
Walther de Graaff (guitar)
John Marshall (guitar)
Jeroen de Rijk (percussion)
Producer
Herbert Noord
Engineer
Max Bolleman
Studio
Studio 44, Monster
Tracks
Give me another break
A la Piazza
Le Rève
Une Berceuse pour Yvonne et Sonny
Nothing to be afraid of
Wingclapping seagulls
Busy Izzy
This tricky lord
Dying elephants
Slowly slowly
A trois temps pour joke
Holy cow
Sunir riemus