Pacific Salt ‎– Live - 1976 Canadian Jazz - Original LP

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Pacific Salt ‎– Live

Litte Mountain Sound ‎– LMR105
Vinyl, LP

Record is VG+ VG++ has some wear (listen to our copy)

Cover is VG+ VG++ has some light wear on the open edge and minor cornerwear in the bottom corners (see our pic)

"Recorded Live At The Playhouse Theatre, Vancouver".
Jazz, Funk / Soul
Fusion, Modal


A1 Search 2:14
A2 Canned Tomatoes 8:32
A3 Poco-A-Poco 8:58
A4 Through The Nedula 1:34


B1 Dumb Boogie 6:25
B2 Somaliland 8:48
B3 Sancho 10:34




Drums – George Ursan
Electric Bass – Tony Clitheroe
Guitar – Oliver Gannon
Keyboards – Ron Johnston
Tenor Saxophone – P.J. Perry
Trumpet – Don Clark

Barcode and Other Identifiers

Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Etched): FO-2569-A
Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Etched): FO-2569-B

( Canadian Encyclopedia) ' Pacific Salt. Vancouver jazz band in the fusion style. It was formed in 1970 by the trombonist Ian McDougall, with Don Clark (trumpet), Ron Johnston (piano), Oliver Gannon (guitar), Tony Clitheroe (bass, bass guitar), and George Ursan (drums). All were among the city's first-call studio musicians of the day. McDougall remained with the band until 1973. P.J. Perry (saxophones) was a member 1972-5, his place taken by Jack Stafford. Tony Clitheroe was succeeded in turn by Torben Oxbol and Tom Haslett.

Salt, as it was popularly known, performed extensively in western Canada, often at CBC-sponsored events, and was heard frequently on the network's 'Jazz Radio-Canada'. It also gave many school concerts and toured in 1970 and 1971 for JMC. McDougall, Clark, Gannon, Johnston, Perry, and Ursan contributed to the repertoire on its three LPs: Pacific Salt (1973, CBC LM-302), Pacific Salt (1973, Ramophone G-1002) and Pacific Salt Live (1975, Little Mountain LMR-105, recorded at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre's Playhouse). Among the band's most popular tunes were Country Detour and Somaliland (Gannon), Canned Tomatoes (Clark), and Dumb Boogie (Johnston)."

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Condition Used
Format LP
Label Little Mountain Recordings
Color Black