The King Of Sudanese Jazz.
Haqiba, a predominantly vocal art in which the musicians accompanying the lead singer use few instruments, spread like wildfire in the urban centres of Sudan in the 30s and 40s. It was the music of weddings, family gatherings and wild impromptu parties.
Referring to its sonic apperance, Sudanese Jazz hasn’t too much in common with the western idea of Jazz. Sharhabil’s sound feels more like a unique combination of surf, rock n roll, funk, Congolese music and East African harmonies.
Out on Habibi Funk.
Three, the 21st album from legendary Australian instrumental trio The Necks, is a winding, textural, and visceral musical exploration through three individual, contrasting tracks that each delve into separate tenets of their sound. Three’s variety of tones and structures offer a glimpse into the boundless, immersive sonic universe The Necks have been constructing, through recorded and live performance, for over 30 years: three musicians, three variable songs, highlighting three decades of groundbreaking experimental excellence.
Excellent Jazz tracks by Leedian, Japan. Might need support for cover artwork design.
Früher war alles besser, teilweise. Die Entstehung einer shakey Duke Ellington 78RPM Schallplatte anno 1937. Von der Aufnahme über die Entstehung der ‘Master-Record’ bis zur Pressung. Echte Handarbeit. Interessant wird es ab Minute 1:00. Da wird recorded.