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The latest entry in the award-winning Miles Davis Bootleg Series focuses on the final chapter in the landmark collaboration between Davis and saxophonist John Coltrane: their last live performances together, in Europe in the spring of 1960. Miles and Coltrane first collaborated in 1955, when Davis recruited the tenor saxophonist alongside pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Philly Joe Jones. This "first great quintet" made their Columbia Records debut in 1957. Those early recordings showcased the stunning contrasts between Miles' spacious, melodic lines and Trane's cascading... [Read More]
From the earliest stages of its conception, Mass Effect was meant to be an original artwork about the future, inspired by the great science fiction experiences of the past. This synthesis of originaliy and familiarity called for a truly unique soundtrack, with ambitious goals and unprecedented challenges.
In 2008, nine-time GRAMMY Award winner Wynton Marsalis was commissioned to write a piece commemorating the 200th anniversary of Harlem s Abyssinian Baptist Church. The result was a sacred celebration: a sweeping composition for a big band and 70-piece gospel choir. In 2013, award-winning recording artist Damien Sneed and his choir, Chorale Le Chateau, joined the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis on a 16-city, 19-show tour across the American south and into deep dialogue with the African American history. Now, The Abyssinian Mass Marsalis s first original recorded compositio... [Read More]
From the Mass Effect video game series from BioWare, Garrus Vakarian has been given the Pop. Vinyl treatment with this Mass Effect Garrus Pop. Vinyl Figure. Garrus stands 3 3/4-Inch tall and makes a great gift for children and adult collectors alike.
Starting on February 4 with the albums Some Great Reward, Music For The Masses, Songs Of Faith And Devotion, and Black Celebration, the trail of releases continues on March 25 with A Broken Flame, Ultra, Construction Time Again,and Violator and ends on May 27 with Speak And Spell, Exciter, Playing The Angel, and Sounds Of The Universe. The albums will come in gatefold sleeves with thick slabs of 180 gram black audiophile vinyl, all containing inserts and liner notes.
Introducing a wireless sound system designed to be the core of your musical universe. Unlike traditional wireless and portable sound systems, the Core delivers a wide stereo presentation where every listener in the room is submerged in a multi-dimensional holographic stereo sound field. Utilizing "Wave Field Synthesis" and multi-room capabilities, the Core is astonishing in both size and sound quality resulting in an entirely new way of listening.
Sure, you could call it a supergroup, but AZIZA is much more than that. The quartet brings together four of the most insightful and influential voices in modern jazz to form a true band, one with a wholly distinct and intriguing sound of its own. Bassist DAVE HOLLAND, saxophonist CHRIS POTTER, guitarist LIONEL LOUEKE, and drummer ERIC HARLAND are all renowned bandleaders in their own right, and together offer a staggering breadth of experience and depth of inspiration.For the jazz aficionado, those four names alone will suffice to compel a listen to the band's self-titled debut, due out Octobe... [Read More]
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