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Jade Warrior
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Jade Warrior are a British group that were formed in 1970, originally evolving out of a band named July. The founding members were Tony Duhig (guitar – born Anthony Christopher Duhig, 18 September 1941, Acton, west London; died 11 November 1990, Somerset, England), Jon Field (flute, percussion, keyboards – born John Frederick Field, 5 July 1940, Harrow, Middlesex), and Glyn Havard (vocals, bass – born 15 February 1947, Nantyglo, South Wales). Tony Duhig's brother David (guitar) joined in 1972, and later, Dave Sturt (bass) as well. The band has continued activity in various configurations off and on since the 70s.
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Releases on file (18)
Jade Warrior — Now Jade Warrior — Now
(Repertoire REPUK1129, 2010, CD)
Dogstar Poets — Off-Planet Dogstar Poets — Off-Planet
(Aftermath AFT1011, 2002, CD)
Jade Warrior — Eclipse Jade Warrior — Eclipse
(ADCD1021, 1998, CD)
Jade Warrior — Fifth Element Jade Warrior — Fifth Element
(HGB 123/10, 1998, CD)
Jade Warrior — Elements: The Island Anthology Jade Warrior — Elements: The Island Anthology
(Island Records 314-524139-2, 1995, CD)
Jade Warrior — Distant Echoes Jade Warrior — Distant Echoes
(CDR 106, 1993, CD)
Jade Warrior — Breathing the Storm Jade Warrior — Breathing the Storm
(CDR 105, 1992, CD)
Jade Warrior — At Peace Jade Warrior — At Peace
(CDEASM 001, 1989, CD)
Jade Warrior — Horizen Jade Warrior — Horizen
(PULSE 005, 1984, CD)
Jade Warrior — Way of the Sun Jade Warrior — Way of the Sun
(Island Records ILPS 9552, 1978, LP)
Jade Warrior — Kites Jade Warrior — Kites
(Island Records ILPS 9393, 1976, LP)
Jade Warrior — Waves Jade Warrior — Waves
(Island Records ILPS 9318, 1975, LP)
Jade Warrior — Floating World Jade Warrior — Floating World
(Island Records ILPS 9290, 1974, LP)
Jade Warrior — Last Autumn's Dream Jade Warrior — Last Autumn's Dream
(Vertigo 6360 079, 1972, CD)
Assagai — Assagai Assagai — Assagai
(Repertoire 4448-WF, 1971/1994, CD)
Jade Warrior — Jade Warrior Jade Warrior — Jade Warrior
(Vertigo 6360 033, 1971, LP)
Jade Warrior — Released Jade Warrior — Released
(Vertigo 6360 062, 1971, LP)
Assagai — Zimbabwe Assagai — Zimbabwe
(Keyhole KHCD9012, 1971/2014, CD)

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