La primera. East LOS
hanatarash performing and destroying the venue with a bulldozer.
Youssou N’Dour & Le Super Etoile - New Africa
Every Time We Say Goodbye
Keith Jarrett - piano
Charlie Haden - bass
Last Dance / ECM / 2014
from Charlie Haden’s Rambling Boy
“I wanted to do ‘Oh Shenandoah’ because that’s the town I was born in — as a tribute to my mom and dad for giving me all this music,” Haden says. “I don’t really sing this as a singer, because I’m not a singer. But I wanted to do it for them.”
Charlie Haden, a Grammy-winning bassist who came to the attention of the jazz world in the 1950s with the revolutionary Ornette Coleman Quartet and pushed against the genre’s boundaries for more than five decades, died Friday in Los Angeles after a long illness. He was 76.
Leo Brouwer (1939): Sonata
I - Fandangos y boleros
II - Sarabanda de Scriabin
III - La toccata de Pasquini
(C) 2003 Filippo Michelangeli Editore “I Maestri della Chitarra”
More and live version: http://www.cristianoporqueddu.com
One of my favorite KCRW DJ’s stumbled onto the most amazing Bollywood Disco finds. Read Mario Cotto’s full post here.
I’d picked up the limited edition Asha Bhosle 12″ that was released just before the full length. The A-side is a lovely Brother Cleve edit of Bollywood superstar Bhosle’s hit “Udi Baba” but it was the weird chuggy groover B-side, “Koi Lutera” that basically melted my face off…
With a soppy, melty pool off face all over my hands and keyboard I went looking for video on YouTube I came across…this….and then what was left of my face and head just…exploded.
Yup. My head also kind of exploded too. This Curry Western video is pure brilliance. Add this to my Discostan playlist.