The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO), founded in 1904, is the oldest of London's symphony orchestras. It was set up by a group of players who left Henry Wood's Queen's Hall Orchestra because of a new rule requiring players to give the orchestra their exclusive services. The LSO itself later introduced a similar rule for its members. From the outset, the LSO was organised on co-operative lines, with all players sharing the profits at the end of each season. This practice continued for the orchestra's first four decades.
DJ Jondal, who was popular with his daily show "Klassik Lounge" at Klassik Radio, presented for the two CDs together 26 laid-flowing and rhythmic throbbing tracks, which can be regarded as an ideal complement to the "Space Night" images. Besides well-known names like Blank & Jones or Vargo here find various Acts that to know is always worth. For Wolfgang Johannßen DJ Jondal is "the guarantee that the sound does what the image quality promises", and this finding would not contradict you. In any case, images and sounds of the "Space Night" the best sleep aids for insomnia plagued by sleepwalker.
During the 70s, the Japanese jazz scene was in an incredibly intense phase - one that had players breaking out of older modes that were often strict copies of American jazz, and working in newer styles that often blended soul, modal, and spiritual jazz with freer-thinking ideas and more Eastern-inspired modes. The result was an incredible batch of music that was probably more strongly recorded by the Three Blind Mice label than any other Japanese imprint - because unlike some of their contemporaries, TBM didn't fill their catalog with work by American players, and often focused exclusively on Japanese artists.
Starting with its 20th anniversary in 1991, every five years brings another double Alligator collection, and 2011 was no exception. While the 35th edition –released in 2006 – logically featured 35 songs, the compilers couldn't quite squeeze 40 onto this 40th anniversary disc, even though owner Bruce Iglauer does admit to fading a few endings off prematurely in order to maximize the list, which hits 38 selections. The trick with these albums is to both pay tribute to the label's storied past while including enough recent acts to connect the dots between the house-rocking music Iglauer built his company on, and the more modern yet still roots-based sounds he's released during the last five years. He does an excellent job here, mixing not just old and new, but male and female musicians who have recorded for Alligator over the decades.
Ton Liebt Klang Presents Best Of Electro Swing Elite Compilation album 22 original hits and the original artists. Includes tracks by Phos Toni, Wolfgang Lohr & Alice Francis, Jamie Berry,Sound Nomaden feat. MSP, Jazzotron & Manivi and more.