Shades Of Blue is a unique project in which Blue Note turns over the legacy of this esteemed jazz label to one of hip-hop's most inventive visionaries, Madlib. Some nice interpretations and remixes of Blue Note classics to be found on this coloured & numbered limited edition.
Naked & Warm is the fifth studio album by Bill Withers and its even funkier than his debut. On this one Withers returns to the simple ways of his past. It features the hit-singles "If I Didn't Mean You Well" and "Close To Me".
Up next is Jody Grind's second and final record Far Canal. This is a much sought after proto-prog album. On this record you can hear chops of heavy, somber organ-guitar interplay, while some of the tracks sound more as Zappaesque, progressive hard rock pieces.
Multiple award winner Hans Zimmer composed the score for Angels & Demons. The score is considered one of his best and features "160 BPM", a true classic and favorite Zimmer tune. On the score there's a prominent role for violinist Joshua Bell. First pressing of 750 numbered copies on "Black Smoke" vinyl.
Last but not least another edition to our Ennio Morricone soundtrack series. He composed and arranged the soundtrack for In the Line of Fire, an action thriller starring Clint Eastwood, John Malkovich and Rene Russo. A first time on vinyl, and just as the rest of the Morricone soundtrack releases, limited to 1.000 numbered copies on transparent vinyl.
Naked & Warm is the fifth studio album by Bill Withers and is even funkier than his debut. "Here Withers returns to the simple ways of his past, working five or six musicians for the kind of hard groove that doesn't have many parallels in black music these days", says music journalist Robert Christgau.
Multiple awards winner Hans Zimmer composed the score for Angels & Demons. He chose to develop the "Chevaliers de Sangreal" track from the end of The Da Vinci Code as Langdon's main theme in the film, featuring prominently in the tracks "God Particle" and "503".
The score is considered one of his best, with "160 BPM" becoming a true classic and favourite Zimmer tune. The soundtrack features violinist Joshua Bell on most tracks.