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Emerald City - Lord Sitar - Lord Sitar (CD, Album)

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  1. 15 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lord Sitar - Lord Sitar at Discogs. Complete your Lord Sitar collection/5(87).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Lord Sitar on Discogs. Label: Zonophone - 4 2 1 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Lounge, Psychedelic Rock/5(17).
  3. This album was created to cash in on the popularity of the sitar as an instrument in pop music, as instigated by George Harrison. Harrison was rumored to be the Lord Sitar of this album (as if he would cover a Monkees song). Lord Sitar was actually Big Jim Sullivan, an in demand session musician. The album itself is pure kitsch/5(15).
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  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Lord Sitar - Lord Sitar on AllMusic - - The rating of this album is a bit of a problem -- 6/
  6. Aug 12,  · The Lord Sitar album, however, managed to get reviewed even in the pages of Rolling Stone (then the Bible of rock music), thanks to the mystery surrounding "Lord Sitar" and the fact that the album.
  7. In on Lord Sitar’s initial release on EMI’s Columbia label, there were rumors that the Lord was in fact George Harrison! A1 If I Were A Rich Man A2 Emerald City A3 Tomorrow's People A4 Daydreams Believer A5 Like Nobody Else B1 I Am The Walrus B2 In A Dream B3 Eleanor Rigby B4 I Can See For Miles B5 Blue Jay Way B6 Black Is Black
  8. This album was created to cash in on the popularity of the sitar as an instrument in pop music, as instigated by George Harrison. Harrison was rumored to be the Lord Sitar of this album (as if he would cover a Monkees song). Lord Sitar was actually Big Jim Sullivan, an in demand session musician/5(5).
  9. Lord Sitar was the alias for renowned session musician and guitar virtuoso Big Jim Sullivan who, in and , found himself in the enviable position of being the only established session guitarist in England to own a sitar. By , that attribute had turned him into a valuable commodity, mostly because of the instrument's being popularized by George Harrison of the Beatles, and Brian.

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