Hugh Colin Hopper (29 April 1945 – 7 June 2009) was a British progressive rock and jazz fusion bass guitarist. He was a prominent member of the Canterbury scene, as a member of Soft Machine and various other related bands. Starting in 1963 as bassist with The Daevid Allen Trio, alongside drummer Robert Wyatt, he alternated between free jazz and rhythm and blues.
HUGH HOPPER is a Canterbury Scene, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom
1. Long Lingers Autumn Time.
Parabolic Versions is a fusion music boxset, compilation recording by HUGH HOPPER released in 2000 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. HUGH HOPPER - Parabolic Versions.
Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Parabolic Versions reflects the work Hugh has achieved with various creative singers and lyricists, from 1983 through to 1999. Featured musicians include Lisa S Klossner, Richard Sinclair, Rick Biddulph and Robert Wyatt. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
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Parabolic Versions is a English album released on Oct 2011. Parabolic Versions Album has 12 songs sung by hugh hopper. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Parabolic Versions songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
12 tracks · 1 June 2000. Hugh Hopper And Odd Friends.
Liner Note Author: Hugh Hopper. Released in late 2000, Parabolic Versions collects previously released songs by Hugh Hopper plus four tracks never heard before. With the critical praise surrounding recent Hopper albums like Hughscore's Delta Flora and the Hopper/Lisa S. Klossner duo's Different and Cryptids, one can understand why Voiceprint gathered more songs from the same source. The album's best moments include "Long Lingers Autumn Time," "The Moon in a Bottle," and "The Painter's Birthday," but by no means should Parabolic Versions be considered an essential Hopper CD. Driven by a cheap drum machine, tracks like "Indeterminacy" and "Iron Lady" (yes, on Margaret Thatcher's regime) have aged poorly.