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Alan Stivell Stok Ouzh An Enez (En Vue De L’ile)
International Tour / Tro Ar Bed Dreyfus 1979
Alan Stivell Cochevelou is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, of Breton descent (the "Brittany' area of France).
Set Break: over “Set Me as a Seal Upon Thine Heart” by Bill Nelson
Daevid Allen, Harry Williamson & Gilli Smyth Moonpeople Gliss
Stroking the Tail of the Bird Voiceprint 1999
David Sylvian & Robert Fripp Bringing Down the Light
The First Day Discipline Global Mobile 2019
This "group" was formed when Robert Fripp approached David Sylvian in 1991 with a view to have him join a renewed King Crimson. Sylvian eventually declined but the pair decided to collaborate on a new project instead. They released two albums (one studio, one live) and two singles before parting ways.
originally issued by Virgin in 1993.
Set Break: over “Willow Silk” by Bill Nelson
Klaus Schulze Titanische Tage
La vie électronique, Vol. 5 M. i. G. - music 2010
Klaus Schulze (4 August 1947, Berlin – 26 April 2022) was a German electronic music pioneer, composer and musician. Recorded live at a concert in Brussels Belgium in November 1976.
This is one of his more interesting performances. It has been previously released on the 10-disc "Silver Edition", and the 50-disc "Ultimate Edition". Finally available in this 3-disc "La vie électronique, Vol. 5". The "La vie électronique" series is up to Volume 16 now, and is more or less chronological, so you can select the Klaus Schulze period that appeals to you most, rather that accumulating massive box sets.
But also the CD reissues of his main studio catalog usually include some of his better works as bonus tracks.
Set Break: over “Right At The Time” by David Hykes & Djamchid Chemirani
Kadef Abgi Abbès Saladi N
Diva of Deva Loka Akuphone 2022
Collaboration of Moroccan and New York artists. Jazzy Arabic blend.
John Surman Mevagissey
Road to Saint Ives ECM Records 1990
English jazz baritone and soprano saxophone, alto, contra-bass, bass clarinet, recorders, piano and synthesizer player and composer, born 30th August 1944.
Codona ECM Records 1979
Codona was active from 1978 until Walcott passed away in 1984. They released three albums on ECM. The project's name is composed by the first two letters of the name of each one of them.
Collin Walcott, Don Cherry, Nana Vasconcelos.
Marc Anderson Kelele
Time Fish East Side Digital 1993
Marc Anderson is an American drummer, percussionist, composer, record producer and music educator from Austin, Minnesota. He is best known for his extensive collaborations with guitarist Steve Tibbetts, with whom he has worked since 1977.
Set Break: over “Yangchen (Santoor) Fast” from “Bhutan Temple & Traditional Music”
Univers Zéro Présage
Uzed Sub rosa 1984
Univers Zéro are founding members of the Rock-In-Opposition movement, and are the undisputed creators of the genre known as 'chamber rock'. Founded in Belgium in 1974, disbanded in 1987, reformed in 1999. Getting their inspiration from such diverse sources as rock, jazz, European folk and classical music (both ancient and modern), they have forged a distinctive sound as well as influencing a vast number of contemporary avant-garde bands and ensembles.
Samla Mammas Manna Musmjölkningsmaskinen / the Mousemilkingmachine
Klossa Knapitatet Silence Records 1974
Swedish music group formed in 1971, they are also founding members of the Rock-In-Opposition (RIO) movement.
Zevious Glass Tables
After the Air Raid Cuneiform Records 2009
New York based power trio, blending heavy prog, jazz and metal.
Set Break: over “Song in the Jiao Mode” be Dehai Liu
Volume 3 Kezako 1997
French prog fusion band, known as Eclat De Vers on their second release.
Serge Bringolf Vision
Vision Omega Studio 1981
Serge Bringolf is a French drummer and composer. Bringolf's music is often characterized as jazz-rock, similar to early Zao, but is also comfortably placed within the Zeuhl genre.
Weather Report Nubian Sundance
Mysterious Traveller Columbia/Legacy 1974
The group at this time included Wayne Shorter (saxophone), Josef Zawinul (keyboards), Dom Um Romao (percussion), Alphonso Johnson (bass), Ishmael Wilburn & Skip Hadden (drums), and several others on various tracks.
Set Break: over “I’m Still Gonna Leave” by Cliff Martinez, from “Narc”
Deus Ex Machina Il Pensiero Che Porta Alle Cose Importanti
Cinque Cuneiform Records 2002
Jazz-rock from Italy, with vocals often in Latin.
Djam Karet Topanga Safari
Burning the Hard City Cuneiform Records 2000
Djam Karet are an instrumental prog band from California, founded in 1984, and still active. Most of their material was self-released, but Cuneiform had reissued most of it over the years.
This is their 5th release, originally issued in 1991.
Anekdoten In Freedom
Nucleus Virta 1995
Progressive heavy rock band founded in Borlänge, Sweden in 1991. Their music is associated with the tradition of 1970s progressive rock music, especially King Crimson.
Set Break: over “Tubular Bells (excerpt)” by California Guitar Trio
(Yes, I also heard "Tubular Bells" within the Djam Karet track.)
Caballero Reynaldo Lumpy Gravy Theme (Duodenum)
The Grand Kazoo (feat. Manoel Macia, Luis Prado, Oscar Cuenca & Maria Tamarit) Hall of Fame Records 2009
Caballero Reynaldo is Luis Miguel González Martinez, founder of Hall Of Fame Records in Spain, and the force behind the "Unmatched" series of Spanish Zappa covers.