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Charles Hayward

Charles Hayward
Country
England
Profile
Charles Hayward is an English drummer, member of Gong (though he never recorded with them), Quiet Sun, This Heat, and others.
Website
http://charleshayward.org
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (15)
Monkey Puzzle Trio — The Pattern Familiar Monkey Puzzle Trio — The Pattern Familiar
(Slowfoot SLOCD025, 2014, CD)
Monkey Puzzle Trio — White World Monkey Puzzle Trio — White World
(Slowfoot SLOCD012, 2010, CD)
Phil Manzanera — Firebird V11 Phil Manzanera — Firebird V11
(Expression EXPCD29, 2008, CD)
Hopper Picard Franklin Hayward — Numero d'vol Hopper Picard Franklin Hayward — Numero d'vol
(Moonjune MJR014, 2007, CD)
Percy Howard / Charles Hayward / Fred Frith / Bill Laswell — Meridiem Percy Howard / Charles Hayward / Fred Frith / Bill Laswell — Meridiem
(Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90098, 1998, CD)
La 1919 — Jouer. Spielen. To Play La 1919 — Jouer. Spielen. To Play
(Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90063, 1994, CD)
This Heat — Deceit This Heat — Deceit
(this is 2, 1981/2006, CD)
This Heat — Live 80/81 This Heat — Live 80/81
(this is 6, 1981/2006, CD)
This Heat — Out of Cold Storage This Heat — Out of Cold Storage
(this heat box, 1981/2006, 6CD)
Fred Frith — Speechless Fred Frith — Speechless
(ReR Megacorp ReR/FRO 04, 1981/1991, CD)
This Heat — This Heat This Heat — This Heat
(this is 1, 1979/2006, CD)
This Heat — Made Available: John Peel Sessions This Heat — Made Available: John Peel Sessions
(this is 4, 1977/2006, CD)
Phil Manzanera — Diamond Head Phil Manzanera — Diamond Head
(E.G. Records EGCD 19, 1975/1990, CD)
Quiet Sun — Mainstream Quiet Sun — Mainstream
(Island Records HELP 19, 1975, LP)
Quiet Sun — Mainstream (Deluxe Edition) Quiet Sun — Mainstream (Deluxe Edition)
(Expression Records 2335 242, 1975/2012, CD+Book)

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