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Thursday, May 13, 2010

Part 56693

Live in Paris October 5th 1969 (2 CD)

Reese & The Smooth Ones (1969)

The Spiritual (1969)

Les Stances a Sophie (1970)

Phase One (1971)

Live at Mandel Hall 1972

Chi-Congo (1973) (.)

Nice Guys (1979)

Live in Milan August 1980

Full Force (1980) (.)

Urban Bushmen (1980) (2 CD)

Live @ The Fabrik, Hamburg, July 14th, 1987 (2 CD) (.)

Thelonious Sphere Monk (1990)

Fundamental Destiny - Live @ Frankfurt Jazz Festival 1991 (.)

Zero Sun No Point (1996) (2 CD) (Part I) (Part II)

Urban Magic - Live Laroche Sur Yon, June 4th 1997

Non-Cognitive Aspects of The City (2004) (2 CD) (Part I) (Part II)

Live at Gorizia Jazz Festival, March 26th 2006 (.)

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Monday, April 13, 2009


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The Pipe The Roar The Grid (Archive Recordings 1970-1973)

100 Miles Below (Live 1988)

Gulp! (Studio Session 04.01.1991)
Formed in the west country of England in 1969, Magic Muscle mixed classical nuances with Blue Cheer noise levels, thus creating a musical paradox enhanced by the band's peculiar abilities. With so many musicians passing through over the years, Magic Muscle were more of a community than a band, but at the centre of all activities was guitarist and vocalist Rod Goodway (ex-Artwoods, White Rabbit, J.P. Sunshine, Rustic Hinge), Adrian Shaw (later Hawkwind) on bass and drummer Kenny Wheeler. Working with Drachen Theaker (Crazy World Of Arthur Brown) and members of High Tide they began to gig and record, coming to the attention of disc jockey John Peel, who nearly signed them to his Dandelion label. By 1972 they had built a strong cult following and earned themselves the nickname "Bastard Sons Of Hawkwind" when they joined the latter on their Space Ritual tour (tracks from which are present on Laughs & Thrills). They also started a partnership with Keith Christmas. This brought them to the attention of Island Records - though proprietor Chris Blackwell eventually chose to promote Jamaican music at this stage instead, signing Bob Marley. In 1973 Magic Muscle gigged with the Pink Fairies and for a while were joined by John Perry (Only Ones) and violinist Simon House (High Tide/Third Ear Band/Hawkwind/David Bowie). By the end of the year Goodway was ill in hospital and ended the band. It was 1987 before the name returned, thanks to the surge in interest in the recording activities of many ex-members connected with Hawkwind. After the relative success of Laughs & Thrills Goodway undertook the compilation of an album released in 1988 which featured 1970-1973 recordings. A year later he reformed the band with Gower/Shaw/House and drummer Twink (Pink Fairies/Pretty Things/Tomorrow). Their debut concert was held in Bath on 1 August and was recorded and released as One Hundred Miles Below. Dave Brock of Hawkwind played keyboards at the gig but his contribution did not appear on the finished album. Riding high on their new found fame Goodway released a second compilation set, Living Weeds From Ancient Seeds, some of the tracks therein featuring members of Elias Hulk and Dr. John's band. In 1991 he returned with a new line-up which featured Steve Broughton on drums (Edgar Broughton Band) and guitarist Nick Saloman (aka Bevis Frond). By 1994 Goodway had returned to other pursuits while the rest of the band effectively became the new line-up for the Bevis Frond.
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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Human Garbage
Live @ Dingwall's Dancehall, Camden Lock, London, February 1984
The Deviants Have Left The Planet
New Studio Recordings + Rare + Live + Unreleased (1977-1999)
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Sunday, February 08, 2009


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This 5-CD set reissues the important free jazz albums ''Old/Quartet'' (Roscoe Mitchell) , ''Numbers 1&2'' (Bowie/Mitchell/Jarman/Favors), and ''Congliptious'' (Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble) plus unreleased recordings taken from rehearsals by the members of the group that would by 1969 become known as The Art Ensemble of Chicago.
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Thursday, February 05, 2009

Given Time or The Several Roads (1973)
No Mirrored Time (1974)
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Fläsket Brinner Live
Hi folks, I hope you'll enjoy this load of burning flesh for dinner.
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Friday, September 21, 2007

HARRY MILLER (1941-1983)

Harry Miller : Children at Play (1974)

Harry Miller : Double Bass, Flute, Percussion, Effects

Harry Miller's Isipingo : Family Affair (1977)

Harry Miller : Bass

Marc Charig : Trumpet

Mike Osborne : Alto Saxophone

Malcolm Griffiths : Trombone

Keith Tippett : Piano

Louis Moholo : Drums

Harry Miller & Radu Malfatti : Bracknell Breakdown (1977)

Harry Miller : Double Bass

Radu Malfatti : Trombone

Harry Miller Sextet : In Conference (1978)

Harry Miller : Bass

Willem Breuker : Soprano & Tenor Saxes, Bass Clarinet

Trevor Watts : Alto & Soprano Saxes

Julie Tippetts : Voice

Keith Tippett : Piano

Louis Moholo : Drums

Harry Miller Quintet : Down South (1983)

Harry Miller : Bass

Marc Charig : Cornet, Alphorn

Wolter Wierbos : Trombone

Sean Bergin : Tenor, Alto and Soprano Saxes

Han Bennink : Drums

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