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I am an aging music fan(57) who loves all types of musical styles,over tthe passt few years i have had very bad health which has resulted in the toes on my right foot being amputated and my left leg taken away as well,i am also partially sighted having lost the sight in my left eye. My favourite gigs that i attended are Jan garbarek at Brighton Jan Garbarek at Canterbury Jan Garbarek at Saint Pau… Read more
I am an aging music fan(57) who loves all types of musical styles,over tthe passt few years i have had very bad health which has resulted in the toes on my right foot being amputated and my left leg taken away as well,i am also partially sighted having lost the sight in my left eye. My favourite gigs that i attended are Jan garbarek at Brighton Jan Garbarek at Canterbury Jan Garbarek at Saint Pauls(Twice) Inclassicificable at Blackheath Michael Rother at QEH Amon Duul2 at SHepherds bush Rush at Wembley Andy Shepperd at Reading Jethro Tull at Maddison sq Live Aid Since i have been in a wheelchair i have not been to any gigs.
I have been an admirer of Schulze for decades,he encapsulates the spirit of electronic music,his epic compositions encapsulate true exploration of the genre like no other musician does.
CD ONE.....75.23 1.....Shadowlands......41.18.....A slow start in similarity to tracks on Schulzes previous studio recording"Farscape" full of beautifull melodies,there is also the muted sound of a flute,or is it Lisa Gerrard,who knows,one thing we do know though,this is a great start to the enigma of Schulzes music and creativity. 2.......In between......17.10......More avant garde then what has gone before,more gloomy,and lo and beyond tin drums! again a majestic performance,which… Read more
This is proof that life is full of surprises,that can creep up on you when your radar is down,expect the unexpected as they say,and that is what you get here,for this is the collision of rock god Lloyd cole and ambient maestro Hans Joachim Roedelius,and this is marvelous stuff. The two musicians never actually met to record this,and the results are both fascinating and beguiling,there is no sign of Coles' usually good sounding guiar work,or HJRs distingtive grand piano,this does not affect the quality in any way. 1......Pastoral.....4.23.....is like ambience personified,with a metronomic glockenspiel sound,an impressive start to the procedings. 2......Sebsportrait… Read more
The return of Davis Bowie is excellent news,musically he has maintained his mystique,and artistically,he is on top form 1.....The next day.....A great stomping rock,a good start to the album,the vocals sound a bit like John Lydon. 2......Dirty boys......a shorter song ,this time sounding like Jim Morrison. 3......The stars are out tonight/.....Another fine upbeat song,this is an excellent start to the album,three quality Bowie sons all together. 4......Love is lost.....Once again a fine and intelligently produced piece of Music. 5.....Where are we now......One of Bowies best ever tracks,magnificent in the extreme!!! slow but never morose ,Bowie cannot be beaten with… Read more