sábado, 23 de junho de 2018

Edson Frederico - Soul Groove Bossa (Brazil)


Edson Frederico Barbosa Cavalcante on May 7, 1948 in Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil. Edson Frederico started his career in 1965, playing piano on live performances by Elis Regina and Vinicius de Moraes. Later he became the keyboardist on Erlon Chaves' Banda Veneno, backed guitarist Rosinha de Valença, songstress Marilia Medalha and the pop-samba duo Antonio Carlos & Jocafi, besides working as house-pianist in many Rio nightclubs throughout the 70s. As an arranger, he scored Djavan's debut album, "A Voz, O Violão, A Música de Djavan" (produced by Aloysio de Oliveira for the Som Livre label in 1976, including the big hit "Flor de Lis"), as well as projects by Jorge Ben ("A Banda do Zé Pretinho"), Lucio Alves, Bibi Ferreira, Sonia Santos, Maria Creuza and many others. As a conductor, Frederico worked with Oscar Peterson and Sylvie Vartan.

People who live the Rio nightlife know this Carioca, who caused a sensation as one of the best new pianists of his generation. And because he is so good, it was time to show the whole country this sound, the swing that has so characterized him since the days when he played piano in Maestro Erlon Chaves' Banda Veneno, or accompanying international singers like Spanky Wilson and Romauld. Hence the idea of recording Edson Frederico. Songs were chosen to show the range of his versatility. Because Edson Frederico really feels the lyricism of "Ligia" or "Tema De Heloisa" (he is the author), the joy of "Tava Mais Nao Tava", the bright swing of "Sambane" and regional roots of "Gas" . In all songs, Edson Frederico has the right feeling and the proper interpretation. The result is an album of great joy and a lot of balance.

sexta-feira, 22 de junho de 2018

Peggy Lee & Benny Goodman - Jazz Soul


Norma Deloris Egstrom (May 26, 1920 – January 21, 2002) known professionally as Peggy Lee, was an American jazz and popular music singer, songwriter, composer, and actress, in a career spanning six decades. From her beginning as a vocalist on local radio to singing with Benny Goodman's big band, she forged a sophisticated persona, evolving into a multi-faceted artist and performer. During her career, she wrote music for films, acted, and recorded conceptual record albums that combined poetry and music.

In 1941, Peggy Lee had just come down from her home state of North Dakota to join Benny Goodman's band in Chicago as a replacement for Helen Forrest. Lee was young, frightened, and forced to sing the band's songs in Forrest's keys. No surprise, then, that the earliest records in this anthology seem a bit stiff and without commitment. She had not yet narrowed her range nor begun to phrase behind the beat (both á la Billie Holiday), but the confidence and speed with which she began to form her style are documented here, and it's amazing to hear how quickly she advanced--keep in mind that all but three of these recordings were made in a one year period between 1941 and 1942. And even when her singing lacks interest, there are some stunning arrangements here by Eddie Sauter and Mel Powell. After six months with the band, Lee was flying: the second CD contains gems such as "Where or When" and "The Way You Look Tonight" with the Goodman trio; her hit cover of Lil Green's "Why Don't You Do Right"; a couple of duos with Johnny Mercer; and three songs from a little-known reunion with Goodman in 1947. By then she was on her own, the Holiday influence was fully assimilated, and her smoky, vibrato-less voice was assured and distinct. --John F. Szwed


Ibrahim Electric - Jazz & Funk (Denmark)


Ibrahim Electric is a Danish band situated primarily in Copenhagen, Denmark. Ibrahim Electric are widely famous in Denmark for their experimental music, many genres, including jazz, funk, afro-beat, surf and many more. The band members are Niclas Knudsen (guitar), Stefan Pasborg (drums) and Jeppe Tuxen (Hammond B-3) In 2005 they recorded a live CD with trombonist Ray Anderson at Copenhagen Jazzhouse, called Ibrahim Electric Meets Ray Anderson. They repeated this in 2007 with the CD Ibrahim Electric Meets Ray Anderson - Again!.

In 2006 they released the album Absinthe: Ian Patterson for All About Jazz found that this record avoided the tendency of groove-based music to sound repetitive. Gaffa gave this album 4/6, calling Ibrahim Electric "one of the most interesting and elusive bands" in Denmark.



Frente Cumbiero Meets Mad Professor


One of the leading acts of new international cumbia scene, Colombia's Frente Cumbiero, takes this exciting genre forward on this record, teaming up with the legendary dub producer Mad Professor. Mad Professor has been one of the leading dub producers of the last three decades and his work includes collaborations with Lee "Scratch" Perry, Sly & Robbie, Horace Andy, Massive Attack and The Orb. 

Bogota, Colombia's Frente Cumbiero travel incessantly through the cumbia land. Exploring both the roots and the newer trends, they offer their own distinctive take on one of the most popular musical styles in Latin America: cumbia! Led by Mario Galeano, for years a prominent figure in Latin music as DJ, musicologist, record label owner and musician, the band also comprises Pedro Ojeda, Elbis Álvarez and Marco Fajardo. 

In 2009 they met legendary dub producer Mad Professor for a collaborative three-day recording session (as part of British Council's Incubator project) in which Mad Professor's son, Joe Ariwa, and key participants of Bogota's music scene also took part. The goal was to achieve a music encounter between cumbia and dub. 

The recordings took place in the Javeriana University and out of those improvisational sessions came three collective compositions. Together with another four tracks by Frente Cumbiero, these seven recordings were then remixed by Mad Professor in his London studio Ariwa. The result is this record, a fantastic addition to the thriving international cumbia movement.

Frente Cumbiero Meets Mad Professor

Chico Mann - Electronic Jazz Funk


A synth-heavy affair from beginning to end, Analog Drift recalls a great deal the world of 1980s electro-dance music. While early press releases spoke of Chico Mann's involvement with modern-day Afro-beat conglomerate Antibalas, the album owes as much to early Prince as it does to Fela Kuti. Nowhere is that more apparent than the album opener, "Harmonía," whose main riff is reminiscent of Sheila E.'s "The Glamorous Life," penned by none other than Prince Rogers Nelson. When it does get into Afro-beat mode, it is a highly electronic version of it. On "Guárdalo," a bouncy rhythm leads the way for an equally bouncy bassline before a West African guitar riff finally sounds like the Afro-beat connection the album was advertised as. In a similar fashion, Mann provides a New York club scene-like backdrop to Talking Heads' "Once in a Lifetime." With a drum intro that sounds like it could have come from a lost Strafe beat, the vocals, which are either processed through echo effects or multi-tracked, give way to a party atmosphere that complements the peppy track. It's an album that may not appeal to all fans of pop music, but in trying to marry the worlds of pop with electro while being conscious to employ African music ideas along the way, the album mostly succeeds. However, for an album that tries to cover so much territory, it mostly seems to be stuck in the same gear.



quinta-feira, 21 de junho de 2018

Analogik - Electronic Jazz (Denmark)


Analogik is a Danish band from Aarhus. The group members are: Asger Strandby on turntables with a laptop; Jesper Kobberøs on guitar, flute and air organ; Theis Bror on saxophone; and Magnus Damgaard on bass guitar and the double bass. Sometimes they are accompanied on stage by Jonathan Feigh on the violin or Max Buthke on percussion. The band formed in 2002. Their first album Søens Folk came out in 2006. Their latest album New Seeland received positive reviews.










The Whiskey Barons - Electronic Funk


The Whiskey Barons, Bosq and The Bogart, are a dj and production duo based on Earth. They work to tastefully update classic funky music from around the world to work with modern dance floors. This has resulted in a wide variety of well received originals, reworks, and edits that span the styles of latin, african, funk, soul, disco, house, reggae, and rock. And they really like whiskey (and mezcal).










Dr. John - Psychedelic Blues (USA)


Malcolm John Rebennack (born November 21, 1940), better known by his stage name Dr. John, is an American singer and songwriter. His music combines blues, pop, jazz, boogie woogie and rock and roll. Active as a session musician since the late 1950s, he gained a cult following in the late 1960s following the release of his album Gris-Gris and his appearance at the Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music. He performed a wildly theatrical stage show inspired by medicine shows, Mardi Gras costumes and voodoo ceremonies. Rebennack has recorded more than 20 albums and in 1973 scored a top-10 hit with "Right Place, Wrong Time". The winner of six Grammy Awards, Rebennack was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by singer John Legend on March 14, 2011. In May 2013, Rebennack was the recipient of an honorary doctorate of fine arts from Tulane University.

Gris-Gris is the debut album by Dr. John (Mac Rebennack). Produced by Harold Battiste, it was released on Atco Records in 1968. The musical style of Gris-Gris is a hybrid of New Orleans rhythm and blues and psychedelic rock. Despite the New Orleans style, it was recorded in California, albeit with several native New Orleans musicians. Gris-Gris failed to chart in the United Kingdom and the United States. It was re-issued on compact disc decades later and received much greater praise from modern critics, including being listed at #143 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.


Ondatropica - Cumbia Fusion, Latin Rhythm



Colombian musician, Mario Galeano, the force behind the band Frente Cumbiero, and English producer Will Holland aka Quantic, have joined forces to create the Ondatr¢pica project. Ondatr¢pica, supported by the British Council, exists to explore and expand the tropical sound of Colombia in its rawest form and to marry it with contemporary influences from around the world. Ondatr¢pica brings together an iconic group of top Colombian musicians representing both the classic and more modern styles of la musica Colombiana. Artists such as Fruko, Anibal Velasquez, Michi Sarmiento, Alfredito Linares, Pedro Ramaya Beltran, Markitos Mikolta and Wilson Viveros joined a group of younger Colombian musicians, members of both Mario's band Frente Cumbeiro and Quantic's Combo Barbaro, to (re)generate the excitement that positioned Colombian music as one of the most influential in South America. Soundway's exploration into Colombian music began in 2007 with its much-acclaimed compilation Colombia! The Golden Age of Discos Fuentes: The Powerhouse Of Columbian Music 1960-76 (SNDW 008CD/LP) which features many original works from the above-mentioned artists. Fitting then, that Ondatr¢pica came together over 3 weeks in January 2012 in the legendary Discos Fuentes studios in Medellin with one of Colombia's most celebrated engineers and producers, Mario Rincon, who is responsible for some of Discos Fuentes best recordings of the 1970s. As a result of the British Council support for the project, a 10 piece Ondatr¢pica touring band has been invited to perform at the London Cultural Olympiad on July 21, 2012 as part of the BT River of Music event on the Tower of London Americas stage, following which, the band will also perform at New York's Lincoln Center on July 27, 2012. Ondatr¢pica's eponymously-titled album fuses traditional Colombian styles such as cumbia, gaita and champeta with boogaloo, ska, beat-box, hip-hop, ska, dub and funk, creating a progressive collection of tracks that re-interpret the tropical musical heritage of Colombia with new approaches in composition, arrangement and production. Standard CD version comes with a 20-page booklet and download code featuring bonus tracks.


quarta-feira, 20 de junho de 2018

Tommy Castro & The Painkillers - Blues Rock


Swaggering, razor-wire gospel-tinged soul, simmering deep blues and hard-grooving house rockers --AllMusic. com Gritty, funky, rocking and original --Boston Globe Blazing soul-blues rocker Tommy Castro’s musical roots run deep. As he unleashes his high-energy music to fans all over the world, Castro is inspired by the sounds he absorbed while coming of age on the rough and tumble side of San Jose, California. During the late 1960s and early 1970s, this was Castro’s home turf – his stomping ground. It was a place where the street-tough Mexican Americans and the counter-culture hippies came together to drink, smoke, laugh, party and listen to tunes – the hippies with their blues and rock, the Mexicans with their soul music. Mixing the blues-rock he loved and the soul music he heard blasting out from the lowriders cruising the streets, along with the socially conscious message songs of the day, Tommy’s own sound was born. He honed his guitar playing to a razor’s edge on the city’s competitive bar scene, where he learned how to capture an audience with his intensely passionate vocals, stellar musicianship and dynamic performances. Almost every major rock and soul act, from Ike & Tina Turner to Janis Joplin to Elvin Bishop and Taj Mahal toured through the area, and Castro was at almost every show. He saw John Lee Hooker, Albert King and Buddy Guy & Junior Wells at the same local blues bar, JJ’s, where he often jammed, dreaming of one day busting out. Over the course of his career, Tommy Castro’s San Jose DNA has always inspired his music, whether he’s squeezing out the deepest blues or the funkiest soul grooves. He and The Painkillers – bassist Randy McDonald, keyboardist Michael Emerson and drummer Bowen Brown – have played hundreds of shows to thousands of music lovers, always leaving his audiences screaming for more. All of his albums are filled with original blues, soul and West Coast rock, each song showing a slightly different side of Castro’s multifaceted musical personality. Billboard says the band plays “irresistible contemporary blues-rock” with “street-level grit and soul.” On his new album, Stompin’ Ground, Tommy Castro opens windows both into his past and his always-evolving musical future. Produced by Castro and guitar wunderkind Kid Andersen and recorded at Andersen’s soon-to-be legendary Greaseland Studio in San Jose, Stompin’ Ground finds Castro letting loose on a set of 12 tracks featuring six originals and new versions of songs he learned and played as a young up-and-comer. He is simultaneously looking back with autobiographical originals and cover songs that inspired him, while forging a forward trail with modern lyrics atop blistering blues-rock. With The Painkillers firing on all cylinders behind him, Castro lays it all on the line from the opening notes of Nonchalant to the final, introspective Live Every Day. From the autobiographical My Old Neighborhood to the socially aware Enough Is Enough and Fear is The Enemy to versions of Elvin Bishop’s Rock Bottom and Taj Majal’s Further On Down The Road (two of his favorite songs from his earliest heroes), Stompin’ Ground is pure musical pleasure. “As soon as we started cutting,” Castro says, “we knew we were onto something.” In addition to the The Painkillers, Castro’s friends Charlie Musselwhite (harp and vocals on Live Every Day), Mike Zito (guitar and vocals on Rock Bottom), Danielle Nicole (vocals on Soul Shake) and Los Lobos’ David Hidalgo (guitar and vocals on Them Changes) add their talents to Stompin’ Ground. “I heard each one of my friends’ contributions on these songs in my head as I was working on them. Happily, when I reached out and actually asked, everyone said yes.”


Gloria Gaynor - Soul Pop Disco (USA)


Gloria Gaynor (born September 7, 1949) is an American singer, best known for the disco era hits "I Will Survive" (Hot 100 number 1, 1979), "Never Can Say Goodbye" (Hot 100 number 9, 1974), "Let Me Know (I Have a Right)" (Hot 100 number 42, 1980) and "I Am What I Am" (R&B number 82, 1983).

Never Can Say Goodbye is the debut album by Gloria Gaynor, released on MGM Records in January 1975. It is most notable for including several early Disco recordings. The album charted in the US Billboard at number 25 in the US Pop chart, and at number 21 in the US R&B chart. In the UK the album peaked at number 32, "Never Can Say Goodbye" was released in the UK as a single and reached number 2 in early 1975.

The album features three hit singles – "Honey Bee", "Never Can Say Goodbye", and "Reach Out, I'll Be There" – which are featured full-length on the album's first side in a 19-minute disco suite, then a famous first devised by Tom Moulton. This album version of "Never Can Say Goodbye" features double drum beats during the verse links, which is not heard in the single version. The second side of the album mostly consists of slower soul music songs. Notably, vocalist Gloria Gaynor also was involved in the songwriting of a number of the tracks, including "Real Good People".






Quiver - Folk Psych Rock


Quiver was a British music group from the early 70s. The group was under contract with Warner Music Group and delivered two studio albums. Quiver was the rock section of Sutherland Brothers and Quiver; the Sutherland Brothers, Iain and Gavin, brought in the folk part. Merging was necessary because of a tour that Sutherland Brothers could hold with Elton John (the Yellow Brick Road tour). After the fusion of the bands more and more Quiver members left, but they ended up pretty well.

Quiver was formed round 1970 in Ladbroke Grove, London by Tim Renwick and Honk (bass) who'd formerly been with Junior's Eyes, together with Cal Batchelor. Honk soon departed and the line-up was completed by Pete Thomas (ex-Village) and John Wilson (formerly with Cochise) They were the first group to play at Rainbow Theatre in London (supporting The Who). 

Their first album, Quiver, was completed with help from great sax player Dick Parry. An excellent album, it contains killer guitar duels (as in the great 'Killer man'), outstanding bass playing, and tight ryhthm on drums.  

After their second release, in late 1973,  the whole band decided merging  with Sutherland Brothers, forming Sutherland Brothers and Quiver, but Cal Batchelor decided to leave.



Formerly Fat Harry - Rock (UK)


FORMERLY FAT HARRY are one the forgotten greats of late '60s British rock. The band was formed in London in 1969 by ex-Country Joe & the Fish bassist Bruce Barthol and two old friends from the Berkeley California folk music scene, Gary Petersen and Phil Greenberg. Fat Harry was soon signed up by the original Pink Floyd management company. 

Playing a highly idiosyncratic brand of Americana that frequently experimented with jazz time signatures, the band played at two of the now legendary free concerts in Hyde Park, the 1970 Bath Festival, Phun City and many of the clubs of the era such as The Marquee in London.




terça-feira, 19 de junho de 2018

Trojka - Progressive Rock (Norway)


Scandinavian progressive rock bands usually extract the finer qualities of the classic prog days of yore, and morphing into nouveau platforms, brimming with refreshing attributes and harmonious components. Hence, this young Norwegian trio renews and revitalizes some of the routes previously traversed. And it's not all about endless soloing tirades and knotty time signatures that for many other bands, mask sub-par compositions and give the genre a poor scorecard. Thankfully, this group takes a bit of pride in their work, which is a positive attribute that surfaces rather expeditiously. 

Even though the memorably melodic vocals are sung in their native tongue, it only adds to some of the exotic characteristics of this album. While at times flashy, the artists use discretion amid pleasant digressions and wistful melodic content. And Simon Ulvenes Kverneng's corpulent bass lines serve as a formidable anchor throughout 

According to the personnel listing all musicians are credited with vocal duties. But keyboardist August Rise's attractive synth lines, crisp Fender Rhodes phrasings, layered approach and regal statements generate a few nods to vintage prog greats such as Genesis and National Health. As the trio's impact is balanced via congenial vocals, spiking rhythmic grooves and clustering motifs along with breezy unison lines and complex breakouts. 

On "Drommelos," they execute a melancholic hook abetted by Rise's melodious keys driven primary theme, adjoined with straight-four pulses and an endearing storyline that caresses your soul. Whereas, "Alltid en gate," includes gentle acoustic guitar—although no one is credited playing guitar in the album notes—and a soul-searching vibe, dappled with a regal motif that augments this up-tempo ballad. However, the trio's earmark of success is patterned by a sense of oneness as they accent the joyful aspects of prog, armed with a multifarious game-plan that works exceptionally well.
Track Listing: Tsarens tarer; I Speilvendthet; Et spill; Drommelos; Mat for tanke; Trojka; Litt glede; Alltid en gate; Til neste farvel.

Personnel: 
Simon Ulvenes Kverneng: bass guitar, vocals; 
Gjert Hermansen: drums, percussion, vocals; 
August Rise: keyboards, vocals.




Game - Psych Rock (USA)


Singers/guitarists Eddie Keating and Chuck Kirkpatrick, drummer Scott Kirkpatrick, keyboard player Les Luhring and singer/bassist George Terry had all been members of the Southern Florida based Proctor Amusement Company.  The band had become quite popular throughout the region, even recording a couple of singles and an unreleased LP for the New York based Faithful Virtue label before calling it quits. While Proctor Amusement Company had come to an end, by 1969 the five were playing Southern Florida clubs as Game.  

Personnel:
- Chuck Kirkpatrick (Hugh Houston Kirkpatrick III) - vocals, 12-string guitar, acoustic & electric guitar, bass, producer
- Eddie Keating - lead vocals, 12-string guitar, acoustic & electric guitar, bass
- George Terry - vocals, 12-string guitar, acoustic & electric guitar, bass
- Les Luhring - piano, organ, clavinet
- Scott Kirkpatrick (Scott Crane Kirkpatrick) - drums, vocals


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