This 1995 album is the first of four from Terry Talbot and Barry McGuire. They collected together favourite ‘prehistoric’ acoustic folk songs after being called dinosaurs of the music business. McGuire is known widely for his gravelly voiced ’60s rendition of the protest song “Eve of Destruction”. Before going solo in 1963, he performed with […]
Nao Kakimoto is a Japanese musician, composer, and arranger born in Tokushima Prefecture and now based in Tokyo. His music has acoustic, rock, and pop elements. He uses acoustic guitar tones, electronics, electronica, ambient, and folktronica techniques. His instrumental music is Western in style and very melodic and varied. http://que-music.net/
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Active since 1973, this Brazilian band is close to instrumental jazz fusion and a listen to their latest album confirms to me that they are well worth investigating further. They have an extensive discography and I wonder if all their albums are as enjoyable as Fenix. Very well recorded – dynamic and inventive, and not […]
This piece discusses the likely opportunities ahead with various alternatives to centralised music ownership and holding. https://medium.com/@michielmulders/decentralized-music-what-opportunities-lie-ahead-e405981070f https://goo.gl/images/9e9aro
I cannot take this seriously. Expensive supports for expensive cables. Also known as ‘wallet lighteners’. Anyone who needs to spend this amount of money, please give it to someone living in poverty. https://www.monoandstereo.com/2018/08/furutech-ncf-booster-review.html I took a look at other Furutech products offered by our local distributor (in Australia). A pair of RCA connectors only AU$220. […]
Every time I hear a Larry Coryell album for the first time, I’m reminded what an eclectic talent he had. This time it’s the early Barefoot Boy. https://uniqueguitar.blogspot.com/2017/02/larry-coryell-godfather-of-fusion.html