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Dance Floor Divas: the 70s

// July 21st, 2017 // 2 Comments » // Dance

The first collection of original hits from the queens of the dance floor! Nearly all were Top 10 smashes, in most instances the biggest records of each artist’s career. Guaranteed to turn the beat around!

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// July 21st, 2017 // 2 Comments » // EDM

OFRA HAZA – KIRYA – CDAfter having essentially kick-started the idea of ethno-techno with Fifty Gates of Wisdom, Israeli diva Ofra Haza stalled creatively at the start of the 1990s. In 1992, however, she pushed herself ahead with the album Kirya while still keeping intact her Yemenite Jewish roots. The production was high-tech but underneath the machinery lay plenty of thought for the music. She added hip-hop as well as other musical genres to her sound. This hybrid style became a kind of forerunner to the work of Natacha Atlas and Transglobal Underground. Bringing Lou Reed into the picture for a duet on “Daw Da Hiya” was something of a masterstroke, even if it didn’t pay dividends in terms of sales. In essence, this adventurous disc is a landmark in world fusion music with the title track and “Trains of No Return” clear standouts. Once again, Haza pushed the envelope. –Chris Nickson


Roots Rock Remixed

// July 21st, 2017 // 2 Comments » // Pop

Reggae legend Bob Marley is being reintroduced to sound systems worldwide. A crop of today’s hottest producers including Jimpster (Jamie Odell), Yes King (Rhys Adams & Mark Rae), Trio El‚trico (Boozoo Bajou), Fort Knox Five and DJ Spooky have remixed a dozen of the cherished songs of the celebrated and beloved master. Roots, Rock ,Remixed balances that fine line of being respectful to the inimitable artist Nesta was, and using the bass-heavy, digital technologies available to us today. Nothing of the gorgeous, crackly analog originals (including classics like One Love, Trenchtown Rock, and Lively Up Yourself is lost in translation.

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Wachuma’s Wave

// July 20th, 2017 // 2 Comments » // New Age

WACHUMAS WAVE is sacred music in the truest sense. It is a portal of travel, a soul retrieval, a ritual of deep time dreaming. Veteran trance percussionist Byron Metcalf teams up with German-based musician and shamanic practitioner Mark Seelig to bring forth a multi-textural blend of Bonsuri flutes, sacred chants and overtone singing, simmering percussion and other hybrid grooves, augmented by rich offerings of deep drift ambient synthesizer and didgeridoo from special guest, soundscape maestro Steve Roach. Fans of THE SERPENTS LAIR will be thrilled by this innovative and heart-stirring alchemy. Frank MacEowen TRACK LISTING: 1 Wachuma’s Wave 2 Gone…Beyond 3 Deep Time Dreaming 4 Last Remnants of Reality 5 Dance of the Heart Voyagers 6 Across the Waters

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Live in Nashville, November 9 & 10, 2001

// July 20th, 2017 // 1 Comment » // Prog Rock

The 19th Collectors’ Club release (February, 2002). King Crimson, Live in Nashville, TN, November 9 & 10 2001.
“We sounded fantastically powerful, that much I know. But, we did have some spectacularly sour moments. We wouldn’t want to let Nashville down by leaving out the ‘brown moments’, now would we? Nashville has always seen the beginning shows of our tours, so they are especially privy to our first meanderings within these pieces. We have a new stage set-up. Pat on the left up front. Robert on the right up front. Me, next to Pat slightly back center. Adrian, next to Robert slightly back center. This has radically changed our interactions as a band.” – Trey Gunn

1. Dangerous Curves
2. Level Five
3. The ConstruKction Of Light
4. ProzaKc Blues
5. eleKtriK
6. Thela Hun Ginjeet
7. Virtuous Circle
8. Elephant Talk
9. Larks’ Tongues In Aspic: Part IV
10. The Deception Of The Thrush
11. Red

Adrian Belew – Guitar and Vocals
Robert Fripp – Guitar
Trey Gunn – Warr Guitar
Pat Mastelotto – Drumming

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