Pianist Jun Fukamachi did this LP for the "Pro-Use Direct Cutting Series" on Toshiba Records in 1976, he plays solo on a Steinway grand piano.
For those who have yet to delve into Yuri Gagarin's work, this is a Swedish instrumental space rock group that quickly managed to assemble a loyal underground following from the moment their self-titled debut was released in 2013. The band's formula isn't very intricate, relying instead on the huge atmosphere the instruments create. Also, repetition is essential in this type of music, as it manages to induce you in a lovely trance, while they work wonders.
Two years later, Yuri Gagarin are back with a sophomore effort, entitled At The Center Of All Infinity. The sweeping echoes give way to 'The New Order', taking off in a characteristic fashion: the bass and drums get locked in a circular pattern, whereas the guitars start floating around…
One of the oldest chess openings, the Italian game (also known as the Giuoco Piano) still has relevance today. The Italian has seen a resurgence in the last couple of years due to the influence of defences to the Spanish (Ruy Lopez) such as the Berlin and the Marshall and GM Saric believes every serious 1.e4 player should have both 3.Bb5 and 3.Bc4 in their repertoire. With many 1…e5 players expecting 3.Bb5, the Italian can be a great surprise weapon, especially when you are well prepared.