Party Of The Year (Smooth Jazz Mix) - Members Of The House - Party Of The Year (Vinyl)

Earth Records continues their invaluable efforts to keep the music of Bert Jansch in circulation with the RSD release Party Of The Year (Smooth Jazz Mix) - Members Of The House - Party Of The Year (Vinyl) this live recording from the Teatro Corso in Venice. An additional treat Party Of The Year (Smooth Jazz Mix) - Members Of The House - Party Of The Year (Vinyl) tucked away at the end, with Jansch and Jenkins joined by fellow guitarists Leo Wijnkamp Jr.

Though the latter is taken from a much rougher recording than the rest of the LP, hearing these master musicians trade licks and push one another to greater heights feels like being let in on a particularly juicy secret.

As it often goes with comps like these, not everything works perfectly, but the batting average is high enough to make this a worthy addition to your RSD shopping list. Raymond Pettibon is best known for his distinctive artwork that often sets blank verse poetry or jagged maxims against hand-drawn cartoons. Being so close to the music world, Pettibon has also maintained a sporadic, yet steady recording career, which is getting a new boost with the release of this collection of art-punk tunes recorded with longtime pal Mike Watt Minutemen, the Stooges.

Their combined efforts are decent enough, if inessential, even with the contributions of legends like Steve Mackay and Dirk Vandenberg.

Black Jazz Records was founded in by pianist Gene Russell with the simple, but vital remit to only release music by young, Black artists—applying the forward-thinking, genre-bending principles of their spiritual cousins in the AACM to the few dozen records the label released during its short lifespan.

Real Gone Music is carrying that torch with this new series, reissuing gems from the Black Jazz catalog. The second album by Doug Carn is far less interested in accessibility. Singer-songwriter Amelia Baker is steeped in the history of folk music. She currently resides in County Clare, where she has gone to study traditional Irish music and has spent much of her life learning Appalachian classics and keeping tabs on her fellow modern American artists.

Recorded under the name Cinder Well, this self-produced collection feels as spacious and haunted as the converted church in which it was recorded. The second album by Doug Carn is far less interested in accessibility. Singer-songwriter Amelia Baker is steeped in the history of folk music. She currently resides in County Clare, where she has gone to study traditional Irish music and has spent much of her life learning Appalachian classics and keeping tabs on her fellow modern American artists.

Recorded under the name Cinder Well, this self-produced collection feels as spacious and haunted as the converted church in which it was recorded. This one will rattle your bones and shake your soul but good. The recently announced partnership between the Verve Label Group and audiophile company Acoustic Sounds was rightfully celebrated by fans of both jazz and vinyl.

The first fruits of their labors have just been released and the mastering engineers at AS have achieved some astonishing results. The spell that this album of cool bossa nova casts feels as heady and intoxicating as ever, with guest vocalist Astrud Gilberto popping up throughout to curl around every note like a rich green vine. These are, without question, the definitive pressings of these albums and have me hungry to hear the Coltrane and Nina Simone reissues planned for later in Apparently bassist Dave Alexander had gotten his nostrils around some particularly potent ketamine, and it sent him spiraling.

But when the stars align and all five men are in sync, they sound unstoppable—oozing lava and sexual ferocity all over the attendees of this outdoor event. Welsh rock quartet Man was part of a new wave of bands making a relatively smooth transition from psychedelia to prog. Their debut was a perfect pivot point with the band attempting an ambitious and very loose acid rock concept album about the evolution of humanity. Using restored audio, the pair, with help from engineer Sean Hoffman, stitched Party Of The Year (Smooth Jazz Mix) - Members Of The House - Party Of The Year (Vinyl) on camera musical performances from some of the aforementioned artists together with scenes and dialogue from the movie.

Heard on this yellow Party Of The Year (Smooth Jazz Mix) - Members Of The House - Party Of The Year (Vinyl) pressing being released for Record Store Day, it gets as close to an audio approximation of the psychedelic experience as any acid rock concept album. Not only because several of the musicians that accompany the singer-songwriter, such as Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and Joshua Abrams, have become well-known in recent years for their own albums, but also because the calm, measured psych-folk of GEA is a much-needed balm for our feverish present.

Both men help cushion hazy vocal turns and melodies by Doi Todd that flicker like a gas lamp and evoke the feel of a crisp autumn afternoon. Earth Records continues their invaluable efforts to keep the music of Bert Jansch in circulation with the RSD release of this live recording from the Teatro Corso in Venice.

An additional treat is tucked away at the end, with Jansch and Jenkins joined by fellow Party Of The Year (Smooth Jazz Mix) - Members Of The House - Party Of The Year (Vinyl) Leo Wijnkamp Jr. Though the latter is taken from a much rougher recording than the rest of the LP, hearing these master musicians trade licks and push one another to greater heights feels like being let in on a particularly juicy secret. As it often goes with comps like these, not everything works perfectly, but the batting average is high enough to make this a worthy addition to your RSD shopping list.

Raymond Pettibon is best known for his distinctive artwork that often sets blank verse poetry or jagged maxims against hand-drawn cartoons. Being so close to the music world, Pettibon has also maintained a sporadic, yet steady recording career, which is getting a new boost with the release of this collection of art-punk tunes recorded with longtime pal Mike Watt Minutemen, the Stooges.

Their combined efforts are decent enough, if inessential, even with the contributions of legends like Steve Mackay and Dirk Vandenberg. Black Jazz Records was founded in by pianist Gene Russell with the simple, but vital remit to only release music by young, Black artists—applying the forward-thinking, genre-bending principles of their spiritual cousins in the AACM to the few dozen records the label released during its short lifespan.

Real Gone Music is carrying that torch with this new series, reissuing gems from the Black Jazz catalog.

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