Hi I'm gonna post some albums again
Here are the threads from the previous times I posted some albums:
Marc Ribot Y Los Cubanos Postizos - The Prosthetic Cubans
>jazz, latin jazz, cuban, if you don't know marc ribot he plays with tom waits and john zorn a lot
Kazutoki Umezu - Eclecticism
>jazz, jazz rock, some avantgarde tracks, also with marc ribot on guitar
SJQ (Samura Jazz Quintet) - Animacy
>jazz, glitch, improv
Stian Westerhus - Pitch Black Star Spangled
>guitar centric EAI
Charlie Parker & Chet Baker - Inglewood Jam
Does anyone have a vinyl or cassette rip (preferably the latter) in FLAC of this thing? The track Stone In Focus is so hard to find in it's original form, not taken from that ambient compilation CD.
Surgery - Trim, 9th Ward High Roller
Mainliner - Mellow Out
>psychedelic rock, different band from kawabata makoto from acid mothers temple
In Puribus - 1999 - Casco [320kbps]
>Argentina, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock, Metal Rap, Post-Hardcore
>These guys are hardly known anywhere, even the artwork is impossible to find.
>An okay rock/metal band, from which I only complain for the production. The album sounds terrible at certain moments.
Craig Taborn Trio- Chants (2013)
>modern creative, improvisation, third stream
>Pianist Craig Taborn’s trio looks like a traditional piano trio (piano/bass/drums) but the final product doesn’t sound like any other trio out there. The music blends intricate, creative compositions, with tight, subtle group improvisation, making it difficult at times to tell where the compositions end and the improvisations begin. The unique sense of harmony and rhythm within the group almost gives it a sound that is closer to European modern classical music than jazz.
Dizzy Gillespie- World Statesman (1956)
>big band, bebop
>Gillespie was one of the first to organize a big band to play in the bebop style. The tunes are fast paced, spirited and exciting and the soloists are especially good on this recording of the big band.
Scientist Meets the Space Invaders (1981)
>A classic dub record produced by Mikey "Roots" Scott & Linval Thompson and mixed at King Tubby's studio. An offshoot of reggae, this dub record takes its inspiration from classic arcade games.
Gene Bertoncini- Concerti (2008)
>Bertoncini plays a nylon-string acoustic guitar, which has been used much more in classical playing, but Bertoncini makes the sound work well for jazz. Bertoncini is accompanied on this album by bass and string quartet with some amazing arrangements.
Satomi Saeki And Alcvin Takegawa Ramos - Japanese Traditional Koto And Shakuhachi Music
>Japanese Traditional Koto And Shakuhachi Music
University of North Texas One O’Clock Lab Band- 2011 Release
>big band, fusion, post-bop
>This is the top student band at UNT and every year they release a recording of their incredible big band music. Mixing swing, fusion, free jazz, and world influences in their extremely well-written charts and stellar soloists, this is some of the best contemporary big band music you’ll hear.
Moacir Santos- Maestro (1972)
>Brazilian, jazz, fusion
>Rather than focusing on the more worn-out Brazilian styles like bossa and samba, Santos fuses more obscure styles like baião and frevo with the jazz fusion sound popular in the States, and creates a very unique sound.
Liu Fang - Emerging Lotus
>Chinese Traditional Guzheng Music
Ravel plays Ravel (date unknown)
>classical, impressionism, vinyl rip
>Before his death, Ravel “recorded” a number of his piano compositions in piano rolls, which captured his timing and inflection on his pieces. Using “DUO-ART” technology, these rolls were performed and recorded using a Steinway player piano.
Dave Scott- Nonchalant (2009)
>post-bop, free jazz
>This quintet, led by trumpeter Dave Scott, plays very loose, very free music, but they do it with a rare sense of subtlety and restraint. If you’re only looking for loud chaotic music, this isn’t for you, but the group’s more reserved approach leads to plenty of exciting interplay that reveals itself with close listening.
Chine: Musique Classique
>chinese traditional folk music performed by several masters
go through the previous threads
Andres Segovia- The Baroque Guitar (1990)
>Often cited as one of the greatest guitar interpreters of classical music, Segovia interprets some well-known and some lesser-known pieces by Baroque masters such as Bach, Frescobaldi, Purcell, and Handel.
Mermort Sound Film - 2nd Demo
>mathy post-rock nu jazz from japan
Fred Hersch- Alone at the Vanguard (2011)
>solo piano, jazz
>Fred Hersch is the only pianist in history to have been asked to play a solo engagement at New York’s most famous jazz club. He interprets standards and original tunes with a delicate touch and an absolutely beautiful sense of melody and harmony.
Chico Hamilton Quintet in HiFi (1956)
>cool jazz, hard bop, avant-garde
>This was one of the first studio recordings by Chico’s group which was released on the Pacific Jazz label. Fred Katz’s cello playing always gives this group a unique sound, but it is their contrapuntal style of improvisation that really makes them interesting. This record features some of the group’s original compositions, as well as a some interesting takes on standards.
Keith Jarrett- Hymns Spheres (1976)
>improvisation, solo organ
>Usually known as a jazz pianist, Keith Jarrett recorded these extended improvisations on the Baroque pipe organ at Benedictine Abbey in Ottobeuren, Germany.
Masayoshi Fujita - Stories
>relaxing neo classical ambient vibraphone stuff
David Binney- Bastion of Sanity (2005)
>acoustic fusion, free jazz, composition
>Binney’s music blends elements of rock and metal music with the improvisational leanings and instrumentation of jazz. Binney has incredible skill on the alto sax, but it is his distinctive approach to improvising and his creative compositions that set his music apart.
Aldemaro Romeo- Dinner in Caracas (1955)
>Venezuelan folk, traditional, classical
>These are orchestral arrangements of traditional Venezuelan folk tunes from various genres like joropo, waltz, bambuco, and merengue (very different than Dominican merengue). The merengue might be the most interesting of Venezuela's folk dances because it is in a mutated version of 5/8, that doesn't have a correct way to be notated.
Spunk - Adventura Botanica
(not yt sample)
Grachan Moncur III- New Africa (1969)
>post-bop, free jazz
>Trombonist Moncur leads an all-star group of musicians through a set that stays mostly in the realm of modal post-bop, but with a lot of free improvising. The group includes Roscoe Mitchell, Archie Shepp, Dave Burrell, Alan Silva, and Andrew Cyrille.
Thank you so much! Well the track list of the compilation CD it also appeared on was arranged in such a way that all the tracks would be gapless. It when put into the context of all the other tracks it's kinda weird sounding.
Oeil - Myrtle
>japanese shoegaze, dream pop
Yosvany Terry- Today’s Opinion (2012)
>Latin jazz, free improv, composition
>This is an interesting mixture of Afro-Cuban rhythms and melodies, with very free and adventurous improvisation. It’s a good blend of traditional Latin sounds with the exploratory nature of modern jazz.
The Kingston Trio (1958)
>This is the self-titled debut from one of the defining and iconic folk bands.
Delia Derbyshire & Barry Bermange - Inventions for Radio - Dreams (1964)
>people talking about their dreams with synths under it; dark ambient-ish
Dave Holland Quintet- Not For Nothin’ (2001)
>Possibly the best studio recording from the final lineup of Dave Holland’s working quintet. The group combines strong, groove-oriented compositions (often with changing or asymmetrical time signatures) with free leaning, and highly interactive improvisations. High energy, yet smart and entertaining playing all around.
Machinefabriek - Stillness Soundtracks
>drone, ambient, soundtrack
Cecil Taylor Quartet- Looking Ahead! (1959)
>hard bop, free jazz
>Before Taylor truly embraced the free jazz that he would become famous for, he played in a more traditional style that sounds heavily influenced by Monk. This recording heavily features vibraphonist Earl Griffith for a set of jazz that isn’t completely free, but has some very adventurous improv for 1959.
Satomimagae - Koko
>dreamy japanese folk
i'm happy you're finding stuff you like
Dissociative Children - Doll Fucker
>breakcore, dark ambient, light noise
/r/ Amy Whinehouse- Back to Black
And it's not in the archives
I really don't want to get the whole vinyl in flac. I got the one song from what.cd and downloading the whole album in flac is 700mb. I just joined and am trying to build up my ratio.