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Monthly Archives: March 2004
Again a low-key Zappa related release…Greggery Peccary & Other Persuasions came out last week. About these ads
Summarized here, the study concludes that file sharing has a negligible negative impact on big selling CDs, and may even spur more sales. It does have a small negative impact on niche market CDs however. Keep in mind that other … Continue reading
One Final Note has posted a set a reviews for recent jazz related releases: 29 March 2004 Gratkowski/Van Hove/Oxley GRATHOVOX (Nuscope) by Scott Hreha 26 March 2004 William Gagliardi Nhlahla (CIMP) by Jay Collins 25 March 2004 Lotz Of Music … Continue reading
Oliver Lake has released a new CD from his Steel Quartet called ‘Dat Love’. This is definitely the best recorded cd of the Oliver Lake Steel Quartet featuring, Oliver Lake – Alto & Soprano Sax Lynden Achee- Steel Pan Reggie … Continue reading
Not sure how reliable the source is, but the long awaited Ligeti Project V CD is being listed. The tracklist is given as Ballad and Dance, Cello Sonata, Artikulation for tape, Aventures, Nouvelles Aventures, Musica Ricercata, Big Turtle Fanfare
Though not announced on zappa.com, the DVD for Does Humor Belong in Music? is now out.
Leo Records has announced the release of a few new albums: Christy Doran, John Wolf Brennan, Patrick Heral – Triangulation Peter A. Schmid, Vinny Golia – Birdology Dietrich Eichmann, Jeff Arnal – Temperature Dropped Again Who Trio ( Michel Wintsch, … Continue reading
Cryptogramophone is now offering their catalog as downloads, for only $5.99 each. Inexpensive digital copies of CDs are something that we expect to see much more of in the near future.
Edgetone is a fiercely independent label for offbeat mostly-jazz-related artists. Best of all, lots of MP3 samples on line. Take a look…