Graham Collier

Down Another Road @ Stockholm Jazz Days '69

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Record Label
My Only Desire

About this item

Since its release in 1969 on Fontana, 'Down Another Road' has become a cornerstone of British jazz, with the LP now a much sought-after rarity that regularly exchanges hands for over £200. It's considered the revered composer Collier's greatest album by many of its fans, thanks to its highly melodic, almost pop-like themes and irresistible '60s groove, spurred on by the on-point drumming of Soft Machine/Nucleus drummer John Marshall.

To make 'Down Another Road @ Stockholm Jazz Days '69' even more special, the abstract track "Danish Blue" has been replaced by the similarly epic free jazz composition "Burblings for Bob", which is released here for the first time. All the other tracks that everyone loves are present and correct - "Lullaby for a Lonely Child", "Aberdeen Angus", "Molewrench" etc. but with a rawer live feel to them, longer arrangements and more soloing - with the band in scintillating form.

Remastered from the original tapes by Caspar Sutton-Jones @ Gearbox Records.


1. Burblings For Bob
2. Molewrench - Intro
3. Molewrench
4. Lullaby For A Lonely Child - Intro
5. Lullaby For A Lonely Child
6. Down Another Road - Intro
7. Down Another Road
8. The Barley Mow - Intro
9. The Barley Mow
10. Aberdeen Angus - Intro
11. Aberdeen Angus

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