Maybe...but I might just try to find all my favorite ZZ albums on vinyl first.
"Fran-dance" - Miles Davis
Listening to the whole second disc of Kind of blue's Legacy edition release. So many great songs. Some have killer solos wonderfully performed by John Coltrane. I am always impressed when I hear him play. A wonderful musician he indeed was.
I'm currently listening to Evan Parker and Keith Rowe's "Dark Rags" (Potlatch, 2000). Not for the first time, although I've just bought the record, having happily been in attendance, "way back when" (Pannonica, Nantes, december 31st 1999).
From Paul Haines' liner notes :
"Parker and Rowe undertake instantaneous conversions of self-inflicted impedients encountered en route, from first shared note to last, freeing their instruments and themselves from the huffishly sere mannerisms of free in an undertaking wherein a vast compendious inventory of undiscovered sounds is knowlingly rummaged through. Even those sounds potentially recalcitrant are brought forth, while bypassing lesser, mouldering sounds-in-waiting (for the arrival, ledger and score in hand, of the next faux improviser). These sounds move between Parker and Rowe from nightposts to barrel rungs to flat rocks to the surface of harbour, and to those long folds of uncut toweling strategically dispersed amid the bogus silences of seminaries"
That's nice to hear.
Currently listening to some chill out:
I'm really hoping to see(/hear) some more music from this artist in the future.
After I'm finished, I'm going to re-listen to this wonderful find:
I'm not usually the biggest fan of Mango (here he uses his Tokyo Bay Cruise alias), but this one is really well crafter and the mastering is better than typically in Silk Music's releases.