Latest #vinylrecords Posts
- 2nd day of "10 Days of Jazz" for #jazzappreciationmonth :
Night Train starts off with the title track and instantly you'll get into that swinging feeling. A great opener. Different than most since it starts off at a moderate tempo. Ray Brown is slaying the bass and keeping it tight with Ed Thigpen, who plays the drums on this whole album.
Great fast tunes that tickles your bones on this one but my favorites have got to be the blues—Georgia On My Mind, Bags' Groove, Things Ain't What They Used To Be and I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good. It just hits me right.
I currently have two Oscar Peterson albums (I'll add more for sure) and I think this is my favorite. Bought this at a record fair earlier this year. This was my intro to Peterson's music. What an album!
70s Japanese reissue of the 1963 Night Train by the Oscar Peterson Trio #nowspinning
- Kasper Spez - Logi (2015) (DK) - Spoken word / Hip Hop
Oprydnings musik den sidste dag i påsken.. godt de andre skal igang igen imorgen 😅
- - A3 🎶 DMK - -
Jeg burde brænde dine broer og alt muligt kvinde
Men jeg pudser brillerne i et fællessprog, der ikke begår sig i en freestyle
Og nej jeg er ikke høj på gamle minder
Jeg er rumskæv af en side af, dig jeg ikke kender
Den er opdrættet i blinde vinkler
Og selvom bartenderen dulmer sceneskrækken
Sprænger du pærer i bagklogskabens lys, når du logrer med eneretten
Hashtags : #pladereolen #pladereolen_dadk
#vinyl #vinyldk #vinylrecords #vinylgram #vinyllove #nowspinning #spinningvinyl
- Head, Heart & Hands
, German based international band with a very Latino and brassy jazz cum funky fusion blend.
Head, Heart + Hands - Flor Di Anglo
Label: Mood Records - 23800
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Style: Jazz-Rock, Jazz-Funk, Latin Jazz, Fusion, Soul-Jazz
A1 Caribbean Shuffle
A2 Stone Fruit
A3 Sweet Secrets
A4 El Diablo Suelto
B1 Native Tongue
B3 Echoes Of The Light
B4 Flor Di Anglo
Bass [Gibson RD Artist Bass, Alembic Bass] - Wolfgang Schmid
Congas, Bongos, Other [Quatro], Shekere, Kalimba, Bells, Flute [Flutes], Triangle [Triangel], Other [Casishi], Vocals [Laugh], Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] - Elmer Louis
Drums, Timbales, Steel Drums [Steeldrum], Cuica [Quica], Vocals - Guillermo Marchena
Guitar [Musicman, Gibson], Guitar Synthesizer, Mandolin [Mandoline], Timbales, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] - Roy Louis
Harp - Gudrun Haag
Marimba, Timpani - Wolfgang Lackerschmidt
Piano [Acoustic], Electric Piano [Fender], Synthesizer [Prophet 5, Mini-Moog, ARP 2600], Mellotron, Marimba - Geoff Stradling
Recorded By, Mixed By - Jochen Scheffter
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute - Bobby Stern
Vocals - Joyce Faber, Patricia Shockley
#HeadHeartHands #JazzRock #JazzFunk #LatinJazz #JazzFusion #SoulJazz #vinylrecordcollection #vinylrecords #FlorDiAnglo #1980 #recordoftheday
- Now Playing: TADD DAMERON & JOHN COLTRANE, 1955 "MATING CALL" ~ PRESTIGE RECORDS / Japanese pressing, 1977 ~ Tadd Dameron, John Coltrane, John Simmons, Philly Joe Jones
- Finally been able to flesh out my 1000mods vinyl collection. Repeated exposure is hands down my favourite 1000mods record so when I saw they had repressed it on 180gram I could barely contain my excitement. I've been dying for a repress of this album for ages. To boot I picked up Vultures again on 180gram so luckily I've been able to grab all my 1000mods albums on black 180gram vinyl. I love 1000mods they are hands down one of the best stoner rock bands going. Havent had a chance to see them live yet but have got these gems to keep me going till then. Awesome albums, awesome band 👌👌🤘🤘 #1000mods #vinyl #33rpm #stonerrock #vinylcollection #vinylcommunity #vinylcollector #vinyljunkie #vinylrecords #vinylrules #vinyladdict
- 🇨🇦 Rush - Rush in Rio (2003)
Luckily, Rush is one of those bands with a huge backlog of live albums. So, is there really a need for yet another one? Definitely, yes! Rush in Rio is somewhat special to me, because the atmosphere generated by the 40,000 fans in the audience gives me goosebumps. They are basically shouting, singing, and screaming for the whole duration of the concert. Which is by the way by no means short, considering that we have a 4x vinyl box set with a total playtime of 170 minutes!
The songs sound so fresh and lively on this recording. Geddy Lee is more focusing on his bass guitar than the keyboards, which makes the songs sound way more powerful than what I am used to. But that works especially fine with the songs from Vapor Trails.
From the moment I drop the needle on the vinyl, I'm captivated by probably one of the best versions of Tom Sawyer that has ever been created.
Oh, and what a heavenly drum solo by Neil Peart! Superb work that always make me drop my jaws.
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- Day 112 of my #365DaysOfMusic is “Blues From Laurel Canyon“ by John Mayall, released on London Records in the US in 1968.
Multi-instrumentalist Mayall formed the original Bluesbreakers in London in 1963. Mayall, known as the Godfather of British Blues, mentored young talent throughout his career. Eric Clapton joined the Bluesbreakers in 1965 after leaving the Yardbirds. The 1966 release, "The Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton", was a commercial and critical success for that iteration of the group. When Clapton left to form Cream with fellow Bluesbreakers alum Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker, Peter Green replaced him as lead guitarist. Green later left to form Fleetwood Mac.
Mayall hired 18-year-old Mick Taylor to replace Green. The Bluesbreakers disbanded in early 1968 when Mayall decided to work as a solo artist with a backing band trio which included Taylor. “Blues From Laurel Canyon“ is a musical chronicle of Mayall's three week holiday in Los Angeles in the summer of 1968. The album liner notes described it as "an outsider's musical impression of Los Angeles". The opening track, "Vacation", starts with a plane taking off and a rolling beat by drummer Colin Allen as Taylor makes his presence felt right away with a great solo to propel the song. The remaining tracks recount the characters he met on the Sunset Strip and in Laurel Canyon, including Frank Zappa and the members of Canned Heat. "Fly Tomorrow", completes the song cycle as he flies back to London. The track is highlighted by another outstanding Taylor solo. This was Taylor's last appearance with Mayall before replacing Brian Jones in the Rolling Stones.
Favorite track: “Fly Tomorrow”
Album cover credits: Design-John Mayall
Bonus book recommendation: "John Mayall: The Blues Crusader" by Dinu Logoz, published in 2015.
Go to the link in my bio to listen to my “Mark’s 365 Days of Music” playlist on Spotify.
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