Half of this LP contains the famous session on which Sonny Rollins teamed up with his idol, the great tenor Coleman Hawkins. Actually, the competitive Rollins did everything he could during these performances to throw Hawk off with plenty of sound explorations and free playing, but Hawkins keeps from getting lost and battles Rollins for a tie; pianist Paul Bley plays well too. The remainder of this LP (three selections apiece from the former LPs Now's the Time and The Standard Sonny Rollins) is more conventional but has its moments of interest. The young Herbie Hancock is on piano for all of these tracks and guitarist Jim Hall helps on "Trav'lin Light." Rollins's RCA recordings of the '60s are all worth picking up.
"I'll be There" is the essence of everything that is CJ Catalizer. All those things that defined the excellence of “Across the Universe” are here. The percussion driven deep groovy bass-lines intertwined with beautiful panoramic soundscapes and carefully layered with studio and live-recorded vocals. This evolution of CJ Catalizer's sound reflects new levels of refinement and skill that reward the listener with absolutely stunning detailed production and a clarity that will submerge you fully in the experience of this album. “I'll Be There” will delight those seekers who desire cosmic inspired compositions specially crafted to elevate the listener to an almost spiritual state of consciousness as each song unfolds in a story-like fashion…
Documentarian Josh Fox ("Gasland") travels the globe to meet with global climate change "warriors" who are committed to reversing the tide of global warming. Funny and tragic, inspiring and enlightening, the film examines the intricately woven forces that threaten the stability of the planet and the lives of its inhabitants.
The Worm Ouroboros is a Belarusian progressive rock band formed in Minsk in 2006. Their eclectic music style combines elements from the Canterbury scene, Folk, Symphonic Prog and Zehul, everything that's in between Caravan, Camel and Magma. Their efforts led to their debut album "Of Thing That Never Were" is one of the best and most mature albums to come out recently. Combining intricate arrangements and a beautiful interplay between all musicians.