Dick Morrissey Quartet: Storm Warning (Mercury 1965)


Comprising of Dm, Harry South, Phil Bates, and Phil Seamen the quartet are certainly tight having worked together for three years at the point of this release. This is quite possibly my favorite Morrissey LP. The track for inclusion here is the title cut penned by Harry South.

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4 Comments

  • I can never thank you enough for posting so much great and sincerely hard to find UK Jazz. Honestly, such a wonderful time for music and you seem to have it all. My most profound thanks for taking the time to share it with others. When’s the compilation coming? Cheers……

  • Great to hear this track i love Dick Morrissey playing straight ahead or jazz funk. A copy of this lp recently went on e bay for 518 quid.I saw Dick in concert once it was a stunning performance shot through with the blues.Jim Mullen is my favorite guitar player ive got loads of there recordings together but wish i could have seen them live. thanks for the great music
    Steve

  • If you have the whole album as mp3, could you email it to me.

    Cheers

  • Same request as Peter Herriman above please for ‘Storm Warning’.
    Would really appreciate a copy in any format you have. Rapidshare or other link ok.
    Thanks

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