Some very low pH Dead--Live at Shrine Auritorium, August 23-24,1968:
Edited by Andolink - 11/22/13 at 4:45am
My axis has recently tilted toward groups headed by female vocalists from folk to electronic. I'm blaming my recent acquisition of a pair of Heir 4.Ai IEMs...such pretty mids and highs.
Purity Ring - Shrines:
Daughter - If You Leave:
Heartsrevolution - Hearts Japan:
Lykke Li - Wounded Rhymes:
...among others (Goldfrapp, Bats for Lashes, Oh Land, Kap Bambino)...please fill in the blanks if you have any similar suggestions.
Note: I tend to phase through things pretty quickly...but this is my music as of last night...filtering will follow.
Tori Amos - Night of Hunters
For some reason Cactus Practice kept playing in my head the other day, so I decided to listen to this delightful album today.
Arvo Pärt - Tabula rasa, Fratres & Symphony no. 3
Time for some Arvo Pärt. I mainly have this CD for the third symphony; for the other two pieces included, I much prefer the highly-acclaimed ECM release.
Burial - Untrue
Givin' Burial a chance to bring a glimmer of light into this cold, dark winter night.
Edit: I might actually have to add this to my favorite albums list. Not sure why I left it out honestly.
Calla Soiled - Begin to Move
I felt some Calla Soiled would fit my evening quite nicely. This album, along two other releases, can be downloaded for free here: http://www.altemarecords.jp/callasoiled/sp.html
Charles Mingus - Mingus at Antibes
This is one of those must-have live albums for any Mingus fan.
Edit: Currently listening to What Love? and the solos on that are... just stellar. It's been too long since I last heard this magnificent disc.
Boston Symphony Orchestra & Charles Munch - Ravel / Debussy: Boléro / Images
I love Boléro.
Burzum - Umskiptar
Burzum shall have the honor of closing the evening for me. I used to dismiss this record initially, but at some point it just clicked with me and now I really love it. I'm really happy to own the limited edition colored vinyl, but it's too late at night for me to be blasting out Burzum at full blast, so a lossless CD rip through Grados will have to suffice this time around.