MASEGO – You Never Visit Me (live from Brazil / 2022)

Micah Davis (born June 8, 1993), known professionally as Masego, is a Jamaican-American musician and singer known for incorporating the saxophone into his music. Masego released two EPs in 2016, The Pink Polo EP with Medasin, and Loose Thoughts. He gained widespread attention with his collaborative record with FKJ called "Tadow" in 2017. In 2018,… Continue lendo MASEGO – You Never Visit Me (live from Brazil / 2022)


Gong Bath with Paiste gongs – MARTYN CAWTHORNE | GONG SPA

A full length Gong Bath with a selection of Paiste Gong played by Martyn Cawthorne of Gong Spa (headphones recommended). The gongs include all the Paiste Bronze Gongs (no.s 0,1,2,4,6,8 & 9), two Paiste Symphonic Gongs (36" and 38") and Paiste's Mercury, Saturn and Neptune Planet Gongs.

CHICK COREA ELEKTRIC BAND – Live at Lugano Estival Jazz (2003)

Chick Corea Elektric Band was a jazz fusion band, led by keyboardist and pianist Chick Corea and founded in 1986 in New York City. The band was nominated twice at the Grammy Awards. The sixth band album, a tribute one named Chick Corea Elektric Band II - Paint the World and released in 1993, received… Continue lendo CHICK COREA ELEKTRIC BAND – Live at Lugano Estival Jazz (2003)

JOHN ZORN – The Dreamers (live @ Moers Festival, 2006)

The Dreamers is an album by John Zorn released in 2008 featuring performances by a band which would later become known as The Dreamers. It is viewed as continuation of the Music Romance tradition expressed on his 2001 album The Gift. The Moers Festival is an annual international music festival in Moers, Germany. The festival… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN – The Dreamers (live @ Moers Festival, 2006)

JOHN ZORN – Kristallnacht (live @ the Knitting Factory, 1992)

John Zorn's live performance of his visceral suite "Kristallnacht", depicting a timeline surrounding the Nazi pogrom against Jewish sites and businesses on 9-10 November 1938, had a shocking effect on audiences in Munich and New York. The New York Times offered this review of the 1992 performance at the Knitting Factory: "Kristallnacht," John Zorn's… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN – Kristallnacht (live @ the Knitting Factory, 1992)


"Reza Forte" (Powerful Prayer) anticipates the new album, presented in 3 acts. Three words that merge, giving a new meaning and unifying the parts: OXEAXEEXU. The Three as a numeral symbolism, besides representing the sacred, opens the perception of reality as a different path from dualism, which has been the keynote of recent times. The… Continue lendo BAIANASYSTEM & BNEGÃO – Reza Forte

VINICIUS DE MORAES – Canto de Ossanha

Vinícius Moraes (1913-1980), nicknamed "O Poetinha" ("The little poet"), was a Brazilian poet, diplomat, lyricist, essayist, musician, singer, and playwright. With his frequent and diverse musical partners, including Antônio Carlos Jobim, his lyrics and compositions were instrumental in the birth and introduction to the world of bossa nova music. He recorded numerous albums, many in… Continue lendo VINICIUS DE MORAES – Canto de Ossanha

SLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSEUM – FC Freedom Club / Gunday’s Child (live)

Sleepytime Gorilla Museum (often abbreviated to SGM) was an American experimental rock band, formed in 1999 in Oakland, California. The band fused classical, industrial, and art-rock themes throughout their music. They were known to perform elaborate routines on stage and discuss possibly fictitious stories of dada artists and mathematicians. The Freedom Club, or “FC”, was… Continue lendo SLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSEUM – FC Freedom Club / Gunday’s Child (live)

CARRAPICHO – Tic Tic Tac (Bate Forte o Tambor)

Carrapicho Band (pt-br: Starburrs) is a Brazilian music group. Members are natives of the state of Amazonas. Its lead singer was Zezinho Corrêa. The group has sold a total of more than 15 million records around the world. Carrapicho was created in 1980 in Manaus. Earlier works were in the traditional Forró music style, and… Continue lendo CARRAPICHO – Tic Tic Tac (Bate Forte o Tambor)

JOHN ZORN’S BAR KOKHBA SEXTET – Live @ Warsaw Summer Jazz Days (1999)

John Zorn's Bar Kokhba Sextet live @ Warsaw Summer Jazz Days, Sala Kongresowa, Warsaw, Poland June 25 1999 SET LIST: Intro Lilin Khebar Karet Eitan Teli Kisofim Jachin Kol Nidre Gevurah Bar Kokhba Sextet: Mark Feldman: violinErik Friedlander: celloMarc Ribot: guitarGreg Cohen: bassJoey Baron: drumsCyro Baptista: percussionJohn Zorn: conductor