Galcher Lustwerk Tape 22

Live From Here to Eternity Sony, 1999 I d like to hear Wooly Bully, by Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs--yes, not Sham 69, but Sam the Sham Capital Radio, Know Your Rights. Live at Shea Stadium October 13, 1982 Columbia Legacy, 2008 Arena-rock focused them punker than hit-making did Rock the Casbah, Clampdown.

Fan of the Misfits Playing the cymbals. I have those idiots completely fooled.

Miles Davis The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions. While Miles did warn us with the electronic dabblings of his mid-sixties quintet and In A Silent Waythere is really no way to be prepared for the complete realignment of one s musical schematic that is Bitches Brew. To even begin to understand what was created in these sessions, we need to get a little perspective on what led up to them a phenomenally talented composer and trumpet player; a true musical seeker who squeezed every last morsel of musical information out of Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, Gil Evans, Mingus, Coltrane; a jazz cat for hire who barely clawed his way out of heroin s grip; a man who influenced the evolution of an art form with his astonishing collaborations on recordings like Round About MidnightMilestonesMiles AheadSketches of SpainKind of Blue and In A Silent Way among many others arrives at the vortex of Jimi Hendrix and James Brown surrounded, as he d always been, by the visionary musicians of the times Herbie Hancock, Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea, Bennie Maupin, Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland, John McLaughlin just a few of who would participate in Bitches Brew.

Clearly, Miles Davis was at the precipice of something massive, something almost unsettling in its hugeness. Sure enough, this sprawling team of talent would create with Miles the most impenetrable, incendiary, and finally revelatory musical experiment of his lifetime.