A Highly Ragged Guide to My Kind of Blue(s). Ebi Combi (Listen: ) . Drive to Heaven, Welcome to Chaos. Bellerin' Plain (Listen: ) Lick My Decals Off, Baby. Neon Meate Dream of a Octafish (Listen: ) . Neon Meate Dream of a Octafish: A Tribute to Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band.
A Highly Ragged Guide to My Kind of Blues. Karisma Ha. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER.
On her first solo album, the singer and t from African-American folk archaeologists the Carolina Chocolate Drops addresses struggle and empowerment in a rainbow set of covers, finding the common ground and emotional bonds in Geeshie Wiley's Depression-era blues "Last Kind Words," Patsy Cline's country surrender "She's Got You" and Nina Simone's signature conquest of th. She also throws down with rappers from the new school (Chance The Rapper), the old school (Nas), and the non-school (Mike Tyson). "Perfume, switchblade, absinthe, Novocaine, Chopsticks, underwear, bar of soap, dental chair") and "Holy Water," where she chants, "Yeezus loves my pussy best. Bitch, get off her pole.
Juke Joint Blues 1950's-1960's. Why some of these sides weren't issued back in the day is a mystery, since everything here is solid early R&B, done with fervor and a loose, ragged elegance. Almost half the disc is given over to ten tracks from Long Gone Miles, with the great George Smith on harmonica, including a wonderful and spirited version of Fats Domino 's "Hello Josephine. Long Gone Miles, George "Harmonica" Smith.
Beautifully designed and well-thought out, this is a great volume on a particular piece of art and it's appreciation of that work.
Kind Of Blue is a music studio album recording by MILES DAVIS (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1959 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. DualDisc featuring the entire album in . Surround Sound and enhanced LPCM stere, a 25-minute making-of documentary, interviews and more in 2005.
Blue Note Records: complete guide to the Blue Note labels. Blue Note labels: 1500 series, all titles. To create the stereo master for this album-which had already been mastered and released in mono several months prior-Van Gelder would have retrieved the two-track session tape from the then-untouched and unheard vault of two-track tapes he had stored away. If we listen carefully to the stereo releases of Blue Note albums recorded between May 1957 and May 1959, it’s possible to gain a sense of Rudy Van Gelder’s progress in developing and eventually settling on a particular stereo positioning scheme for the majority of his two-track recordings.
|1||–Dull Schicksal||Man This Is Zen||3:18|
|2||–Love Camp 7||My Kind Of Blues||4:03|
|3||–The Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet||All Manic||4:13|
|5||–Daniel Malempré||Homme Aux Portes||7:03|
|7||–People In Sorrow||Without Any Call||3:36|
|8||–Bene Gesserit||Rather Bizarre Blues||6:25|
|9||–Guigou Chenevier||I'm A Pig||3:01|
|10||–Katie O'Looney||Data Blues||4:54|
|11||–Human Flesh||Bulgarian Movie||3:55|
|13||–Plump To Bust||Peace And Joy||6:20|
|14||–Anna Homler, Viola Kramer||Oo - Ee||3:28|
|15||–Yves Ranchon, Christiane Cohade||Primo, Deuzio||4:47|
|16||–Non Credo||Tempitude Risin'||4:43|
|17||–Bruno Meillier||Phléoles Des Prés||4:20|
|18||–Ankle To Nose, Gitta Schäfer, Nick Didkovsky, Kevin Norton||Buddha Blue||1:04|
- Compiled By [Compiled And Released For AMF-Music By] – Reinhold Knieps
NotesThe reference on the CD is wrong : 'amf 1045' instead of 'amf 1047'
Daniel Malempré has been, by mistake, mentionned as Daniel Malherbe
Valérie Malempré has been, by mistake, mentionned as Valérie Malherbe
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3473351100472
- Other: AF 1047 OCD/L