This heavy drone rock feels like a journey through some haunted terrains and forests in ancient Europe. Monolithic fogs of synths and electronic soundscapes drone on for minutes at a time, occasionally being infiltrated by psychedelic guitars and pummeling marches of drums and bass. Given the cohesive ark, determined focus, and fluidity of the album (without as much as a pause between tracks until track 7), it was surprising to find that most of the songs are studio-enchanced improvisations pulled from 2014 tour recordings.
Recommended for fans of motorik drums, the thick drone of early Earth or Sunn O))), psychedelic guitar noises and fuzzy stoner rock riffs.
Released in 2019 Recorded in the Netherlands on November 11, 2018 Format: LP, DVD
Released in 1965 on Jazz Workshop (Mingus’ own label) Numbered 1966 pressing Recorded in 1964 at the Monterey Jazz Festival … More
Released in 1967 on Impulse! Records Format: LP
Released in 2009 on Southern Lord Records Recorded live in 2007 and 2008 Format: LP
Released in 1969 on BYG Records Japanese Pressing Format: LP Artwork by Moki Cherry Recorded August 22, 1969 in Paris, … More
Originally released in 2013 on Erased Tapes 2015 VinylMePlease Pressing Format: LPx2
Released in 1966 on Impulse! Records Recorded February 19, 1966 Format: LP
This hypnotic, noisy, and improvisatory live album from Australian experimenter, collaborator, and improviser Oren Ambarchi features two separate performances of his epic composition “Knots”. (Click for full review)
Released in 1970 on Flying Dutchman Records Recorded February 14, 1970 on Prince Street, New York City
Released in 1990 on Mantra Recorded live in 1973 2019 RSD Pressing
Released in 2017 on Black Truffle Records Recorded live on October 28, 2014 at SuperDeluxe Tokyo by Masahide Ando Format: … More
Released in 1977 on RCA Recorded live on a European tour in 1963 Format: LPx2
Recorded Dec 3-4, 1965 in Stockholm, Sweden Released in 1966 on Blue Note Records Ornette Coleman – Alto Sax, Violin, … More
Information: Released in 1974 on Milestone Recorded on July 7, 1973
Shakti means “Creative Intelligence, Beauty & Power” and trust me, these are all in abundance on these devotional jazz ragas. Featuring John McLaughlin joined by a quartet of Indian master musicians, this album is a blissfully uplifting and meditative release.
Album Information: Released in 1999 by Columbia Records Recorded at Royal Albert Hall in 1966 Format: 2xLP Box Set, 200g, … More