A track from the days when Iran had some amazing crooners. Faramarz Aslani was pretty much king of the hill during the late 1970s and continues to have a wide influence today.
Thanks to ProJazz.net for posting this amazing set from the Mahavishnu Orchestra.
Rolling Stone Magazine gives a fitting obituary on behalf of Neil Peart, of rock’s most innovative drummers here. Words fail at this point from my end, as I’m grieving the loss of two friends at this point. Losing an icon only adds to what is turning out to be a very rough beginning to 2020. […]
https://www.mixcloud.com/widget/iframe/?feed=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.mixcloud.com%2FHamonRadio%2F89-dr-rob-looking-for-the-balearic-beat-december-2018%2F&hide_cover=1&light=1 Paraphrasing the Soul Sonic Force and sorting through today`s releases for tunes that could have graced Alfie & Leo`s Amnesia dance floor. JMS have reissued Henri Texier`s first two LPs. Amir from 1976, and Varech from 1977. The cover of the latter will be familiar to anyone who`s visited the Growing Bin, since Basso […]
Thanks very much to Debbie Wayne for posting one of the coolest Christmas podcasts I’ve heard in years! Here’s the track list: Things Fall Apart – Cristina Xmas With Simon – The Fall Motel Christmas (excerpt) – James Ferraro Ding Dong – X-Ray Pop La bataille de neige – Dominique Dumont Doux Christmas, Noël Soft […]
Aloha Got Soul’s latest release is a reissue of a rare psychedelic Christian folk record by a Hawaiian project called ʻĀina, which, according to their Bandcamp album site, “means land or earth in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi, the Hawaiian language.” It’s definitely a product of the 1970s, full of hippy vibes, a naïve sense of idealism, and […]
I’m a fan of Y.M.O. They were, to my ears, every bit the equal of Kraftwerk. Here are Ryuichi Sakamoto, Haruomi “Harry” Hosono and Yukihiro Takahashi in fine form.