Sonm1451 - Ruis
This is good...
The album is indeed excellent. Thanks for reminding me to perhaps finally purchase it one of these days instead of just letting it sit in my wish list on Bandcamp.
This album is one of the reasonably few, and definitely the best-known, recorded performances of the American pianist Walter Norris. He is most certainly quite an interesting person. I would recommend doing some reading on him and perhaps checking out some of his other recordings. The posthumously released live album The Last Set: Live at the A-Trane with the shining Polish jazz pianist Leszek Możdżer is probably as good a place as any to get started. Two tracks from that below to give you an idea.
Currently listening to:
ゆに (Yuni) - Umbrella
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
The new 2014 vinyl reissue. I got this last Friday and decided to give it a spin today. Despite really trying and owning the majority of Led Zeppelin's output, I've never managed to really enjoy their music. I like Achilles Last Stand and Ten Years Gone, but that's about it. I decided to get their debut on vinyl in the hopes that one day LZ might find their way into my life.
For those wondering about the reissue, this is a very high quality pressing made available for a very affordable price. The sounds is very clear and I can't think of a reason for an LZ fan to pass on this very well produced re-release.
Edited by TJ Elite - 6/4/14 at 7:24am