Title: Where The Action Is
Year Of Release: 2019
Label: Cooking Vinyl Limited
Genre: Rock
Quality: 24bit-44.1kHz FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 43:30
Total Size: 504 MB


1. Where The Action Is
2. London Mick
3. Out Of All This Blue
4. Right Side Of Heartbreak (Wrong Side Of Love)
5. In My Time On Earth
6. Ladbroke Grove Symphony
7. Take Me There I Will Follow You
8. And There’s Love
9. Then She Made The Lasses O
10. Piper At The Gates Of Dawn

Following the acclaim of 2017’s Out Of All This Blue (awarded four-stars in Q Magazine and The Independent), The Waterboys with their new album, Where The Action Is.

Its title inspired by Robert Parker’s 1960s mod / northern soul classic, Where The Action Is is a 10-song, genre-defying album, testament to the enduring talents of the band’s founder and front man Mike Scott. One of the finest British songwriters of the past four decades, his songs have been covered and recorded by artists including Prince, Rod Stewart, Tom Jones, Steve Earle, and Ellie Goulding (who had a number three hit with a How Long Will I Love You).

The Tokens – It's A Happening World (Remastered) (1967/2012)

Title: It’s A Happening World
Year Of Release: 1967/2012
Label: Real Gone Music, WB
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Psychedelic Pop, Sunshine Pop
Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (tracks)
Total Time: 56:01
Total Size: 139/338 Mb

The Tokens - It's A Happening World (Remastered) (1967/2012)


01. Wimoweh 5 1/2 Years Later
02. Sunset See My Sadness
03. Grey City Day
04. Grandfather
05. She Comes & Goes
06. Perhaps, the Joy of Giving
07. Poor Man
08. It’s a Happening World
09. How Nice? (Single Version)
10. For All That I Am
11. Bye, Bye, Bye
12. The Purpose of a Circus
13. Portrait of My Love

Bonus Tracks:
14. Ain’t That Peculiar
15. Till
16. Bathroom Wall
17. Animal
18. The Banana Boat Song
19. The World Is Full of Wonderful Things
20. Some People Sleep
21. Go Away Little Girl / Young Girl
22. I Want to Make Love to You
23. I Could Be
24. The End of the World

The Tokens had a big hit in 1962 with “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” a remake of the Weavers’ “Wimoweh,” itself a version of a ’30s South African pop-folk song, and that’s usually it for the the Tokens in most rock and pop history books. But there’s more to the story, as there usually is. The Tokens formed their own record label in 1964, B.T. Puppy, and they got to be pretty good record producers, and by the time the band signed with Warner Bros Records in 1967, they knew their way around a studio. Their first album for the label, It’s a Happening World, was a minor and woefully unsung gem, full of interesting psychedelic and Baroque touches that make it sound like the Beach Boys circa Pet Sounds, or the Beatles just as they stepped off into “I Am the Walrus” territory, all complete with those trademark vocal harmonies and inventive arrangements the Tokens were known for. The best tracks, like “Portrait of My Love,” the Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil-penned title tune, “It’s a Happening World,” and the delightful “Grey City Day” are all solid examples of intelligent late-’60s sunshine pop, and the album deserved to fare better than it did with both the critics and the market place. [Some reissues package the It’s a Happening World LP with 11 singles the band released for Warner Bros between 1967 and 1969, including delightful re-imaginings of Marvin Gaye’s “Ain’t That Peculiar,” Harry Belafonte’s “The Banana Boat Song (Day-O),” and Skeeter Davis’ “The End of the World.” Oh, and the lead track is a Baroque re-rendering of “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” here called “Wimoweh 5 1/2 Years Later,” that should have been a big hit all over again in the heady summer of 1967.]

Lee Ann Womack – There's More Where That Came From (2005)

Title: There’s More Where That Came From
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: MCA Nashville
Genre: Country
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 55:39
Total Size: 392 Mb / 132 Mb


01. There’s More Where that Came From
02. One’s A Couple
03. I May Hate Myself in the Morning
04. The Last Time
05. He Oughta Know that by Now
06. Twenty Years and Two Husbands Ago
07. Happiness
08. When You Get to Me
09. Painless
10. What I Miss About Heaven
11. Waiting for the Sun to Shine
12. Stubborn (Psalm 151)

Lee Ann Womack has always been more comfortable with country-pop than hardcore country, sounding relaxed and assured in smoother surroundings. That friendliness helped Womack become one of the most popular country singers of the late ’90s, and it’s what made her albums enjoyable even when they were a little bit too slick or relied on material that was just this side of generic. There’s More Where That Came From, her fifth proper studio album and first after her 2004 Greatest Hits compilation, is still firmly within the country-pop confines, but there’s a notable difference — as the rather brilliant cover art suggests, this hearkens back to the sound and style of early-’70s country-pop albums from the likes of Barbara Mandrell, Loretta Lynn, and Dolly Parton. Not that this is a retro effort, or anything like a stab at neo-traditionalist country. Instead, Womack takes her inspiration from these records, crafting a record that’s laid-back but never lazy, smooth but never too slick, tuneful without being cloying. While it’s not far removed from her earlier albums, There’s More Where That Came From has a warmer feel, a textured, colorful production, and, best of all, a strong set of songs that may be highlighted by the cheater’s anthem of the title track, but has 11 songs of equally high quality. All this adds up to an album that’s not only the best album that Lee Ann Womack has yet made, but one that does suggest that there is indeed more where this came from.


Suzy Bogguss – 20 Greatest Hits (2002) lossless

Title: 20 Greatest Hits
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: Liberty / Capitol
Genre: Country
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 01:10:48
Total Size: 508 Mb


01. Drive South – [03:09]
02. Aces – [03:50]
03. I Want To Be A Cowboy’s Sweetheart – [02:55]
04. Letting Go – [04:33]
05. Outbound Plane – [02:55]
06. Just Like The Weather – [03:21]
07. Somebody To Love – [03:29]
08. In The Jailhouse Now – [03:11]
09. Crose My Broken Heart – [03:50]
10. Someday Soon – [03:57]
11. Hey Cinderella – [04:08]
12. Forget About It – [04:21]
13. Cold Day In July – [03:34]
14. One More For The Road – [04:25]
15. Far And Away – [03:41]
16. Diamonds And Tears – [03:23]
17. Under The Gun – [03:08]
18. From Where I Stand – [03:04]
19. Eat At Joe’s – [03:39]
20. Give Me Some Wheels – [02:38]

Arguably, Suzy Bogguss did more than anybody to change the role of the female vocalist during the 1990s. Certainly she racked up her share of hits — which are chronicled without fault on this collection. But more than that, she was a singer who weathered the Nash Vegas storms with grace, took control of her own career, and became producer of her own recordings. She selected material rather than having Jimmy Bowen — the cohort in the producer’s chair — select it for her. She broke all the rules regarding genres from Western Swing yodels (Patsy Montana’s “I Wanna Be A Cowboy’s Sweetheart”) to cowboy songs (Ian Tyson’s “Someday Soon”), modern Americana (John Hiatt’s “Drive South” and Nanci Griffith’s “Outbound Plane”), to recording the work of cutting-edge Nashville songwriters such as Matraca Berg and Gary Harrison (“Diamonds And Tears” and “Eat At Joe’s”), as well as Kim Richey’s “From Where I Stand,” to songwriting “One More For The Road” and “Far And Way” with Doug Crider, to interpreting the classics (Jimmie Rodgers’ “In The Jailhouse Now”). It’s one thing to record songs of a different stripe and to break down the barriers between genres; it’s quite another to make hit records while doing so, which is exactly what Bogguss did at Capitol in the 1990s. She and Pam Tillis made it possible for singers like Martina McBride, Shania Twain, Bobbie Cryner, and Deana Carter to arrive — and even eventually eclipse them — due to the fickle nature by which Nashville’s radio geeks (yes, geeks) dictate what the populace wants to hear rather than something that might actually be considered incredible and groundbreaking country music. These 20 cuts offer a vivid and extremely pleasurable look at a run that has succeeded n making Suzy Bogguss one of the rare ones — an artist in full control of her destiny. When she walked away to concentrate on her family, she did so from the top. Now that she’s back, 20 Greatest Hits serves as a guidepost to wherever she’s moved to now musically. This is ’90s country at its very best, and the only thing that might be finer than this collection is to possess the actual albums these songs came from so that one can search for more of Bogguss’ hidden gems.


Doris Day – Move Over Darling (Remastered) (1960-67/1997)

Title: Move Over Darling
Year Of Release: 1960-67/1997
Label: Bear Family Records
Genre: Vocal Jazz, Pop, Easy Listening, Oldies
Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (tracks, .cue, log)
Total Time: 09:40:02
Total Size: 1,4/3,4 Gb (scans)

Doris Day - Move Over Darling (Remastered) (1960-67/1997)


CD 1:
01. What Does A Woman Do
02. Please Don’t Eat The Daisies
03. Falling
04. The Blue Train
05. Daffa Down Dilly (Fast Version)
06. Here We Go Again
07. Show Time, Part 1
08. On The Street Where You Live
09. When I’m Not Near The Boy I Love
10. I Love Paris
11. The Surrey With The Fringe On Top
12. Ohio
13. I’ve Grown Accustomed To His Face
14. They Say It’s Wonderful
15. A Wonderful Guy
16. People Will Say We’re In Love
17. I Got The Sun In The Morning
18. Show Time, Part 2
19. Happy Talk
20. Ridin’ High
21. Stay With The Happy People
22. Clap Yo’ Hands
23. Singin’ In The Rain
24. I Want To Be Happy
25. Make Someone Happy
26. On The Sunny Side Of The Street
27. Twinkle And Shine
28. Bright And Shiny
29. Gotta Feelin’

CD 2:
01. Kepp Smilin’, Keep Laughin’, Be Happy
02. Oh What A Beautiful Dream
03. I’ll Buy That Dream
04. Time To Say Goodnight
05. All I Do Is Dream Of You
06. My Ship
07. We’ll Love Again
08. I Believe In Dreams
09. Periwinkle Blue
10. Let No Walls Divide
11. Look All Around
12. In The Secret Place
13. As A Child
14. Someday I’ll Find You
15. You Stepped Out Of A Dream
16. I Have Dreamed
17. Let No Walls Divide
18. When I Grow Too Old To Dream
19. Who Knows What Might Have Been
20. Should I Surrender
21. Lover Come Back
22. Close Your Eyes
23. Fools Rush In
24. Remind Me
25. Yes

CD 3:
01. Control Yourself
02. You’re Good For Me
03. Nobody’s Heart
04. Wait Till You See Him
05. Fools Rush In
06. Give Me Time
07. Who Are We To Say
08. Nobody’s Heart
09. Day Dreaming
10. Close Your Eyes
12. In Love In Vain
13. Falling In Love Again
14. Nearer My God To Thee
15. I Need Thee Every Hour
16. Abide With Me
17. The Lord’s Prayer
18. Walk With Him
19. In The Garden
20. The Prodigal Son
21. If I Can Help Somebody
22. Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)
23. Bless This House
24. You’ll Never Walk Alone

CD 4:
01. Let The Little Girl Limbo
02. Move Over Darling
03. Twinkle Lullaby
04. More
05. Lollipops And Roses
06. Can’t Help Falling In Love
07. Softly As I Leave You
08. As Long As He Needs Me
09. Losing You
10. Since I Fell For You
11. Love Him
12. Night Life
13. (Now And Then There’s) A Fool Such As I
14. Funny
15. Moonlight Lover
16. Rainbow’s End
17. Oo-Wee Baby
18. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
19. Toyland
20. The Christmas Song
21. Winter Wonderland
22. Silver Bells
23. White Christmas
24. Be A Child At Christmas Time
25. Snowfall
26. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
27. The Christmas Waltz

CD 5:
01. I’ll Be Home For Christmas
02. Christmas Present
03. Getting To Know You
04. Sleepy Baby
05. With A Smile And A Song
06. Whatever Will Be, Will Be
07. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
08. Give A Little Whistle
09. The Inch Worm
10. Swinging On A Star
11. The Lilac Tree
12. The Children’s Marching Song
13. Do Re Mi
14. High Hopes
15. Send Me No Flowers
16. I Remember You
17. Sentimental Journey
18. It Could Happen To You
19. At Last
20. I’ll Never Smile Again
21. Serenade In Blue
22. It’s Been A Long, Long Time
23. The More I See You
24. I’m Beginning To See The Light
25. I Had The Craziest Dream – I Don’t Want To Walk Without You
26. Come To Baby Do
27. Slightly Out Of Tune
28. Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars

CD 6:
01. Meditation
02. Summer Has Gone
03. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)
04. Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps
05. Our Day Will Come
06. Be True To Me
07. Dansero
08. Por Favor
09. How Insensitive
10. Be Mine Tonight
11. Catch The Bouquet
12. Another Go Around
13. A Whisper Away
14. Do Not Disturb
15. Au Revoir Is Goodbye With A Smile
16. There They Are
17. Every Now And Then (You Come Around)
18. The Glass Bottom Boat
19. Sorry
20. Caprice
21. Snuggled On Your Shoulder
22. Street Of Dreams
23. Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries
24. If I Had My Life To Live Over – Let Me Call You Sweetheart
25. Are You Lonesome Tonight
26. All Alone
27. Sleepy Lagoon
28. Faded Summer Love

CD 7:
01. Oh, How I Miss You Tonight
02. For All We Know
03. Wonderful One
04. The Blue Train (Without Chorus)
05. Daffa Down Dilly
06. Let The Little Girl Limbo (Single Vocal)
07. Let The Little Girl Limbo (Double Vocal)
08. Catch The Bouquet (Alt.)
09. Another Go Around (Alt.)
10. Do Not Disturb (Different Rhythm)
11. The Glass Bottom Boat (Alt.)
12. The Circus In On Parade (& Martha Raye & Jimmy Durante)
13. Over And Over Again
14. Why Can’t I (& Martha Raye)
15. This Can’t Be Love
16. The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (Stephen Boyd)
17. My Romance
18. The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (Jimmy Durante)
19. Little Girl Blue
20. Sawdust Spangles And Dreams (& Stephen Boyd, Martha Raye & Jimmy Durante)

CD 8:
01. Overture
02. Colonel Buffalo Bill (Leonard Stokes)
03. I’m A Bad, Bad Man (Robert Goulet)
04. Doin’ What Comes Naturally (Doris Day)
05. The Girl That I Marry (Robert Goulet)
06. You Can’t Get A Man With A Gun (Doris Day)
07. They Say It’s Wonderful (Doris Day & Robert Goulet)
08. My Defenses Are Down (Robert Goulet)
09. Moonshine Lullaby (Doris Day)
10. I’m An Indian, Too (Doris Day)
11. I Got Lost In His Arms (Doris Day)
12. Who Do You Love I Hope (Kelly Brown & Renée Winters)
13. I Got The Sun In The Mornin’ (Doris Day)
14. Anything You Can Do (Doris Day & Robert Goulet)
15. There’s No Business Like Show Business (Ensemble)

American singer, actress and dancer, born April 3, 1922 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA; died May 13, 2019 in Carmel Valley, California aged 97.

She had hits with Les Brown in the 1940’s as a vocalist, started acting in 1948, after which she balanced her movie career with her singing quite evenly, until the 1960’s. She mostly recorded for the Columbia label. Always an animal lover, after retiring from show business she dedicated her life to them, founding the Doris Day Animal Foundation.

Linda Jo Rizzo – Greatest Hits & Remixes [2CD] (2019)

Title: Greatest Hits & Remixes
Year Of Release: 2019
Label: ZYX
Genre: Italo Disco
Quality: mp3 / Flac (tracks)
Total Time: 02:05:41
Total Size: 296,8 / 943,7 Mb


01 – You’re My First, You’re My Last (7′ Version) (00:03:37)
02 – Fly Me High (Radio Version) (00:04:22)
03 – Heartflash (Tonight) (7′ Version) (00:04:02)
04 – Perfect Love (7′ Version) (00:03:35)
05 – Keep Trying (Single Version) (00:03:30)
06 – Just One Word (7′ Version) (00:03:37)
07 – No Lies (7′ Version) (00:03:51)
08 – Listen To The D.J. (00:03:59)
09 – I’ve Got The Night (7′ Version) (00:03:38)
10 – Passion (Remix) (00:03:20)
11 – Life Is A Story (00:04:08)
12 – Welcome To Cairo (00:04:42)
13 – Out Of The Shadows (00:04:47)

01 – You’re My First, You’re My Last (Maxi Version) (00:05:40)
02 – Perfect Love (Maxi Version) (00:06:10)
03 – Heartflash (Tonight) (Maxi Version) (00:06:02)
04 – Passion (00:06:47)
05 – Fly Me High (Extra Long Dance Mix) (00:07:21)
06 – Just One Word (Maxi Version) (00:05:16)
07 – I’ve Got The Night (Maxi Version) (00:05:42)
08 – Perfect Love (The Exorbitant Mix) (00:10:10)
09 – Heartflash (Tonight) (Extended Swedish Remix) (00:07:27)
10 – Out Of The Shadows (Extended Version) (00:08:02)
11 – Keep Trying (Flemming Dalum Remix) (00:05:59)




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Jackie Cain and Roy Kral – Storyville Presents Jackie and Roy (1974) LP

Title: Storyville Presents Jackie and Roy
Year Of Release: 1955
Label: TRIO Records
Genre: Jazz, Bop, Jazz Vocal
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,log) 24/96 Mono
Total Time: 36:59
Total Size: 348 MB


Side A
1 Say My Heart
2 Let’s Take a Walk Around the Block
3 Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most
4 Mine
5 Bill’s Bit
6 Lover

Side B
1 Tiny Told Me
2 You Smell So Good
3 Lazy Afternoon
4 Dahuud
5 Listen Little Girl
6 I Wish I Were in Love Again

Jackie Cain and Roy Kral - Storyville Presents Jackie and Roy (1974) LP



Mark Dresser Seven – Ain't Nothing but a Cyber Coup & You (2019)

Title: Ain’t Nothing but a Cyber Coup & You
Year Of Release: 2019
Label: Clean Feed
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 62:35
Total Size: 273 MB


1. Black Arthur’s Bounce (in memory of Arthur Blythe) (12:22)
2. Pre-Gloam (00:44)
3. Gloaming (09:27)
4. Pre-Maria (00:36)
5. Let Them Eat Paper Towels (12:06)
6. Far (01:03)
7. Embodied in Seoul (08:07)
8. Pre-Coup (00:37)
9. Ain’t Nothing But a Cyber Coup & You (09:02)
10. Song Tine (00:54)
11. Butch’s Balm (in memory of Butch Lacy) (07:37)

Ain’t Nothing But a Cyber Coup & You is the second album by the Mark Dresser Seven, following the critically acclaimed 2016 Clean Feed release Sedimental You. Both records showcase playing by flutist Nicole Mitchell, multi-reed player Marty Ehrlich, trombonist Michael Dessen, pianist Joshua White and drummer Jim Black; new addition violinist Keir GoGwilt joins on this album. The musicians explore multiple jazz traditions in six new compositions that include pieces for fallen friends, irreverent political commentary and some with purely musical agendas. Between the composed works are brief solo bass interludes improvised on the McLagan Tines, a set of seven graduated steel rods invented by luthier Kent McLagan.
“Black Arthur’s Bounce,” dedicated to the alto saxophone giant Arthur Blythe, features Marty Ehrlich who (along with Dresser) played with Blythe. In the tradition of Charles Mingus, both the title tune, “Ain’t Nothing But A Cyber Coup & You” and “Let Them Eat Paper Towels,” engage with our current “reality-horror-show of corruption, malice, xenophobia and class warfare.” In contrast, the parametric waltz “Gloaming” uses multiple levels of polyrhythm which expand and contract within shifting meters of lyricism. Mark Dresser continues to explore new ideas in jazz through these vibrant compositions and to celebrate the solo power of this ensemble of virtuoso improvisers. The final result is magnificent, as you would expect from this pathfinder.

Nicole Mitchell flute, alto flute & piccolo | Marty Ehrlich clarinet, bass clarinet & alto saxophone | Keir GoGwilt violin | Michael Dessen trombone | Joshua White piano | Jim Black drums & percussion | Mark Dresser double bass & McLagan tines

Aksel Rykkvin, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Nigel Short – Aksel! Arias by Bach, Handel & Mozart (2016)

Title: Aksel! Arias by Bach, Handel & Mozart
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Signum Classics
Genre: Classical, Vocal
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,log,scans)
Total Time: 58:19
Total Size: 291 Mb


[1] Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen, BWV 51
[2] Mein gläubiges Herze, BWV 68
[3] Joshua, HWV 64 – Happy, oh thrice happy we
[4] Alcina, HWV 34 – Chi m’insegna il caro padre?
[5] Alcina, HWV 34 – Barbara! io ben lo so
[6] Rinaldo, HWV 7 – Lascia ch’io pianga
[7] St. John Passion, BWV 245 – Ich folge dir gleichfalls
[8]Eternal Source of Light Divine, HWV 74
[9] Bist du bei mir, BWV 508
[10] Messiah, HWV 56 – How beautiful are the feet of Them
[11] Messiah, HWV 56 – Thou art gone up on high
[12] Samson, HWV 57 – Let the bright Seraphim in burning row
[13] Magnificat in D major, BWV 243 – Quia respexit
[14] Zerreißet, zersprenget, zertrümmert die Gruft, BWV 205 – Angenehmer Zephyrus
[15] Joshua, HWV 64 – Oh! Had I Jubal’s lyre
[16]Le nozze di Figaro, K.492 – Voi, che sapete che cosa e amor
[17] Le nozze di Figaro, K.492 – Non so più cosa son, cosa faccio
[18] Exsultate jubilate, K.165 – Alleluia

Aksel Rykkvin, treble
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Nigel Short, conductor

The solo boy soprano album has a kind of intensity, born of knowing that the sound will soon end, that attracts some and puts others off, but Norwegian treble Aksel Rykkvin, with flawless schoolboy good looks, has become something of a sensation with this album of Baroque and Classical arias. His voice has a rather metallic quality, and you might think that forcing it into these big arias would be an unnatural thing. Yet in fact some of these pieces, including the tough arias from Handel’s Alcina, were originally written for a boy soprano, and Bach’s church music made use of them as well. Rykkvin handles the acrobatics quite well. The cutting, brilliant quality of his voice in the 16th notes is what has attracted listeners to this; you’ve never quite heard anything like it. But he also can smooth things out to good effect, as in the “Quia respexit” from Bach’s Magnificat in D major, BWV 243, or in the music from Handel’s Messiah, HWV 56. Only in the final Exsultate jubilate, K. 165, of Mozart, does he seem forced into something that doesn’t come naturally, but even that seems appropriate for this program that will surely be a one-off thing: who knows what Rykkvin will sound like in a year? The program benefits from sensitive accompaniment from the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment under Nigel Short. The real display album from a boy soprano is a rather rare thing, and if that



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Evan Parker & Kinetics – Chiasm (2019)

Title: Chiasm
Year Of Release: 2019
Label: Clean Feed
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 38:13
Total Size: 213 MB


1. London, Pt. 1 (18:16)
2. Copenhagen, Pt. 1 (04:35)
3. Copenhagen, Pt. 2 (07:53)
4. London, Pt. 2 (07:29)

It’s difficult to say if it was Evan Parker who invited Jacob Anderskov’s trio Kinetics to start this new collaborative project or if the initiative came from the Danish pianist. The doubt results from the permanent equilibrium of forces detected in “Chiasm”: the British saxophonist can be the protagonist, the frontline voice, but the music reflects in every step the most important motivation for Anderskov and his Kinetic partners, Adam Pultz Melbye and Anders Vestergaard: to celebrate the entire evolution of jazz by means of using some particularities of that patrimony through a compositional concept turned to the invention of the future. Either way, we can understand, just by hearing the music, why this connection with Parker is happening. The London-based musician is an illustrious representative in present days of the long line of innovators in both the tenor and the soprano saxophones: nobody else could symbolize better the double focus of this record in History and in the creation of the New. This task to detect and distill the old soul of jazz, at the same time refreshing it, comes from a radical point of view – radical because it goes to the roots in order to finally reach the flowers and make them bloom. Are you fascinated by the way Coltrane resounds in Evan Parker’s playing these last few years? Well, there’s plenty of that here for your delight…

Recorded at London’s Vortex club and live in the studio in Copenhagen, Chiasm is a documentation of what interplay may sound like when an established piano trio meets a master of improvisation. On the four improvised tracks, the group explores melodic, timbral and rhythmical structures on both micro and macro levels, creating a matrix of nonlinear dynamics from which emerges an oscillating and shimmering sonic image, propelled by a shared approach to the real-time generation of structure and form.

Evan Parker tenor saxophone
Jacob Anderskov piano
Adam Pultz Melbye bass
Anders Vestergaard drums

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