Caucasoid blues done expertly by the supergroup of Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper and Steve Stills, all legends in their respective fields.
More of a curio here, with the legendary Russian poetess, Anna Akmatova, reading one of her own works.
Rudi Protrudi and The Fuzztones pull out a tune which fits the Halloween spirit (as well as reminds one of a few bad exes!).
Franco-American experimental composer Christian Wolff was among the elite of the American avant-garde which included John Cage, Morton Feldman and David Tudor. He’s become somewhat forgotten today, but this composition shows him near the quiet peak of his powers. You can find this interpretation courtesy of Edition Wandelweiser Records.
Music from the ex-Yugoslavia is a region well worth exploring. Everything from Industrial and goth to power-pop was well-represented, and a lot of this material holds up quite well. Take, for example, Opera Lu, a band from Sarajevo, whose New-Wave sound compares favorably to bands like The Buzzcocks and The Real Kids.
Chilean progressive rock band Crisalida perform a song in honor of folk singer and visual artist Violeta Parra.
https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/album=1493984546/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/transparent=true/ Washington D.C.-based Cuneiform Records has been publishing influential avant-prog rock music for three decades now. Steve Feigenbaum, the label’s owner, should be commended for bringing such groups like Univers Zero, Daniel Denis, Richard Pinhas and Happy Family to American consumers. This compilation covers 30 years of great releases, and is available as a ‘name-your-price’ […]