Produced by Justin Vernon (Bon Iver, Kathleen Edwards), I'll Find A Way is a unique collaboration between one of popular music's longest-running acts and one of its fastest-rising stars.
In addition to 11 tracks from The Bryan Ferry Orchestra, this soundtrack also features music from Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong and Irving Aaronson & His Commanders - and features inspired takes on "Empire State Of Mind", "100$Bill", "Back To Black", "Love Is The Drug" and more.
Check out this Youtube video for some behind-the-scenes studio footage!
Hiatus Kaiyote has a style that can't be easily pinpointed. Stevie Wonder, Otis Redding, Tupac Shakur, Flying Lotus, traditional flamenco and music from Mali and Colombia have influenced the group. We could call it 'Future Soul'.
Stereogum singled out Hiatus Kaiyote as a "Band to Watch." Gilles Peterson named them the Breakthrough Artist of 2013. Even Prince has tweeted about the band, so you better not sleep on this one.
'Now, Then & Forever is really about the legacy of Earth, Wind & Fire', said co-founder Philip Bailey. 'The spirit of the band has always been about uplifting the consciousness of humanity.'
Working together with such greats as Paul McCartney, Byrds singer Roger McGuinn and The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Costello delivers an album that is chok full of variety. Soul, Broadway, Rockabilly, the list of styles goes on and combined result in a great Pop album.
The album cover says "The Beloved Entertainer" - we couldn't agree more with the nickname.
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The self titled debut album of Larry Graham's Graham Central Station set the bar for their subsequent output in the '70s. His signature elastic bass playing gets well deserved full attention here, locking tightly with a superb rhythm section.
Take note: more GCS albums coming up!
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Eli is a celebration of everything Folk, progressive Blues and Funk, weaved together with the virtuoso string play of globally acclaimed Focus guitarist Akkerman and Kaz Lux of the equally legendary Prog band Brainbox.
It's exactly 40 years ago since he was voted best guitar player in the world by Melody Maker, which makes this the perfect time to reissue this wonderful album, which was awarded the Dutch Edison Award for Best Album in 1976.
Somewhere Before is a live album by pianist Keith Jarrett recorded on August 30 & 31, 1968 at Shelly's Manne-Hole in Hollywood, California. It features Charlie Haden on double bass and Paul Motian on drums.
As an example of early, unfocused Jarrett, this is simply fascinating material.