Another new thing from Caterina Barbieri.
Really loving this one…
Such a classic. I have to dig out that album now, too. Thanks for posting!
yeah & while you’re at it, checkout:
Thanks, love that as well. I have most (if not all) of Jan Jelinek‘s releases. But I haven‘t listened to Loop Finding in a while. Will do now.
Schaum is an album I have listened to a lot in the past year. So good.
Oh god yes. everything on Unseen Worlds is so essential.
Soundtracking “Message to Our Folks” with lots of Art Ensemble of Chicago. I think I’ve always looked at 1975 as a cutoff for jazz that I find interesting and I’m discovering just how unfair that was. I guess I knew it was unfair and an arbitrary/artificial restriction, but I’m glad I’m letting it go. So the later Art Ensemble is fantastic and I stumbled on this band The Revolutionary Ensemble too from the early to late 70s - Sirone on bass, Leroy Jenkins on violin, and a percussionist named Jerome Cooper. It is SUPER.
along those lines (and post-75), check out Horace Tapscott and the Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra. really kicking myself now for selling those.
Enjoying new Papa M release today
Yeah man, I got into the Tapscott stuff about 8 years back and haven’t revisited. Good web to re-explore while I’m in this zone.
New trio stuff featuring @analogue01, from a label I’m totally unfamiliar with (who also seem to have a connection to Chicago, which makes me even more intrigued):
I’m judging these books by their covers! Great art all round!
Now to actually listen to some.
one of my favorite final songs on one of my favorite albums. this has the feel of old wizards meeting in a sacred place before moving on. if I started a record label it would be entirely centered around getting this on vinyl for the first time.
The latest episode of @darwingrosse’s podcast, with Curtis Roads.
Learning Modular Synthesis
I am so mad at the person in the audience who keeps coughing