Jade was an English folk-rock trio that released the album Fly On Strangewings on DJM in 1970.
Members: Marian Segal [Marianne Segal] (vocals, guitar, percussion), Dave Waite (guitar, bass, vocals), Rod Edwards (keyboards, bass, vocals)
Jade formed in Westminster in 1970 when singing guitarists Marianne Segal and Dave Waite, a folk duo since the mid-1960s, teamed with bassist and keyboardist Rod Edwards, one-half of the pop duo Edwards Hand (formerly Picadilly Line).
Fly On Strangewings
Segal and Waite are among a host of names on Songfall, the 1972 third solo album by Phillip Goodhand-Tait. In 1980, Segal resurfaced as Marianne Chase with the dance single “Love Amnesia” (b/w “Ghosts of Love“) on Double D Records. Both sides were written and produced by Eugene Moule, who also worked with Rikki Sylvan, Jon Anderson (Animation, 1982), and Zed.
In 1990, Segal issued the cassette album November with backing by journeyman folk drummer Dave Mattacks (Fairport Convention, Dr. Strangely Strange, Incredible String Band, Nick Drake, Spirogyra, Shelagh McDonald). She returned in 2007 with The Gathering, a collaboration with 21st century acid-folksters Circulus, having guested on their 2005 disc The Lick On the Tip of an Envelope Yet to Be Sent.
- Fly On Strangewings (1970)
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