Rattlemouth is Richmond, Virginia's band. Featuring the saxophones of Danny Finney, the angular rhythm section of Robbie Kinter (drums) and Wayne O'Bryan (bass), and the guitar of Stephen Williams. The sax and bass are dominating here, going berserk at times, and more subtle in other instances. Sometimes going more towards jazz-rock, and in other tracks towards a more disjointed and adventurous path. Comparisons have been made to French RIO band Etron Fou. The music has a kind of groovy feel to it; maybe not music to dance to, but definitely music to move to and enjoy.
Fourth album four years after previous album was released. From very first moments you hear very solid sax and supporting jazz-rock band…
Les Discrets is the musical project of french illustrator Fursy Teyssier and Audrey Hadorn. Their cinematographic music combines elements from post rock to dark indie rock, trip hop with doom and folk influences.
With their debut "Septembre Et Ses Dernières Pensées" ("The Final Thoughts of September"), Fursy Teyssier and Les Discrets have created an ambitious concept album on the trinity of nature, love, and death right at the beginning of their career. This record somewhere between shoegaze, metal, and post rock is a captivating achievement far beyond a purely musical framework - a fusion of music, film, and painting resulting in an oft-attempted, but seldom-achieved total work of art.
This is a Beethoven Symphonies Cycle of the 21st century! Christian Thielemann and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra perform Beethoven Symphonies Nos. 1 – 9 incl. and each DVD includes a one-hour-long documentary for each symphony.
Includes an hour-long documentary for each symphony where Maestro Thielemann and Joachim Kaiser (the most famous German music critic) discuss and analyze in an entertaining conversational exchange Thielemann’s interpretation, complemented by excerpts from rehearsals as well as by comparisons of Beethoven cycles with Karajan, Bernstein etc. – no aspect of Beethoven’s symphonic œuvre will remain unaffected!
Copies of the Smoke's self-titled album are highly valued by collectors of West Coast soft rock and psychedelic music. The album certainly deserves its reputation as one of the masterpieces of 1968. It opens with the organ-driven "Cowboys and Indians," which was producer/songwriter Michael Lloyd's personal homage to Brian Wilson's "Heroes and Villains" and lyrically makes mention of war (obviously the Vietnam War was very much on everyone's minds at the time). Lloyd had met Wilson after Beach Boy Bruce Johnston invited him to the recording sessions for "Good Vibrations." In addition to Beach Boys-style production values, there are also references to the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band throughout…
The Jeff Lorber Fusion is the debut album by keyboardist Jeff Lorber as leader of his band "The Jeff Lorber Fusion". Instrumental light jazz set that introduced Lorber as a leader and also featured contributions from a then unknown vocalist who went on to achieve Urban Contemporary success in her own right–Karyn White.
"The Beach Side of Life" is the third full-length album from German electronic composer and producer Roger-Pierre Shah - released under his Sunlounger alias. The tracks with the ultimate summer feel, taking you in with the unrivalled Sunlounger sound.