Monthly Archives: November 2007
10 months from now the Magic Band is scheduled to play Beefheart in London. That’s all we know right now. About these ads
From DMG: New! Other Dimensions: Carter/Campbell/Parker/Drake 2 CD set! Herb Robertson NY Downtown AllStars! Anthony Braxton 2007 Trio! Dennis Gonzalez NY Qt! Brotzmann/Wilkinson Qt! Harry Beckett/George Haslam Sextet plus 6 More New Discs from Slam! Steve Jansen w/ David Sylvian! … Continue reading
This review covers the improvising rock collective covering the sounds of free-jazz pioneer Marion Brown.
This, of course, is good news, as many out of print recordings can now be downloaded. Their prices are a bit high, but it is a step in the right direction. Quite a number of modern classical releases are included.
From Bagatellen: Stephen Riley – Once Upon a Dream – 28 Nov 07 Ted Brown – Shades of Brown – 27 Nov 07 Chip Shop Music – s/t – 27 Nov 07 Anthony Braxton – Solo Willisau – 27 Nov … Continue reading
From Musique Machine: The English Heretic – Wyrd Tales(cd & book) The English Heretic are a mysterious musically, literary & dark historic collective who investigate ocultic matters blurring the lines between fact and fiction, their music is a layered and … Continue reading
From AAJ: 29-Nov-07 One Shot Ewaz Vader (Le Triton) Reviewed by John Kelman 29-Nov-07 Bismillah Khan The Shenai’s Humble Master (Saregama India) Reviewed by Chris May 28-Nov-07 Miles Davis Miles Davis: The Complete On The Corner Sessions (Sony-Legacy Music) Reviewed … Continue reading
Sex Mob’s Bernstein is interviewed about playing all over the world. When the nine-year-old NYC club Tonic closed its doors in April, many saw it as the last gasp of the Downtown Scene. With the Knitting Factory long ago having … Continue reading
From Ground and Sky: 28 November 2007 New review: Miasma & the Carousel of Headless Horses – Manfauna New review: Zs – Arms
From the Bohemian National Home UPCOMING AT BOHEMIAN NATIONAL HOME Thurs. Nov. 29: Capillary Action, Wildcatting The first time at Bohemian National Home, Capillary Action backed-up Fugazi’s Joe Lally with understated accompaniment. Now they return to do a full set … Continue reading